A bloodied and battered Batman is ready to continue the fight as the DC Comics Designer Series Dark Nights Metal By Greg Capullo Statue. Based on the Dark Knight as he appears in Dark Nights: Metal, Batman stands a little over 11-inches tall. He’s bruised [...]
Join us this week as we take a moment and look back at what has came out so far from DC’s event Dark Nights: Metal. From the ending of the Gotham Resistance arc to the beginning of the Bats Out of Hell arc and all the one shots in between! What has been your favorite […]
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s wild comic book series Dark Nights: Metal is a merchandise machine. But even with its squad of evil Justice League Batmen, DC Collectibles is starting with the Dark Knight as his…
CBR pits the Armored Avenger up against the Dark Knight with these hilarious Iron Man vs Batman memes! The post Dank Nights Metal: 15 Savagely Epic Iron Man Vs. Batman Memes appeared first on CBR.
Sandman and zombified Supermen take the stage in variant covers by Jim Lee and Tony Daniel for DC's Dark Nights: Metal #4. The post Jim Lee & Tony Daniel Debut Dark Nights: Metal #4 Variants appeared first on CBR.
Nightmaster died in Dark Nights: Metal, but does anyone really care? The post Dark Nights: Metal Killed A DC Hero – And Nobody Cared appeared first on CBR.
Each of the evil Batmen in DC's Dark Nights. Metal event are manifestations of Bruce Wayne's deepest insecurities about himself, styled as different members of the Justice League. This week's Batman. The Drowned introduces the Dark Multiverse's answer to Aquaman, and she's the most fascinating of the Dark Knights. More »
I've been reading DC's Dark Nights. Metal with one eyebrow perpetually raised; something about the concept of the event and its aesthetics just weren't clicking into place for me. But then I talked to a friend, who told me that the key...Show More Summary
In Dark Nights: Metal #3, Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo have built their dark multiverse, and now they get to settle in and play with it. The post REVIEW: Dark Nights: Metal #3 Changes the Pace But Loses None of the Thrills appeared first on CBR.
For all of its sly references to rock music and DC Comics history, Dark Nights: Metal's best visual Easter egg may be found in Barbatos' dialogue. The post Dark Nights: Metal’s Most Metal Easter Egg Is Barbatos’ Font appeared first on CBR.
The Justice League discovers a weapon that could keep the Dark Multiverse forces at bay! DC's Dark Nights: Metal #3 by Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo. The post Dark Nights: Metal #3 appeared first on CBR.
Image. DC Comics. Dark Nights Metal art by Greg Capullo. It's hard to imagine a comics event like DC's Dark Nights. Metal, which features superhero mecha, bondage Joker Batman from an alternate dimension, and a weaponised infant god, without an absolutely ostentatious soundtrack in your head to go with it. Now it's going to get one in real life, too. More »
DC Comics' twisted event Dark Nights: Metal has inspired its own soundtrack, produced by Tyler Bates and Mike Elizondo. The post DC Announces Dark Nights: Metal Official Soundtrack appeared first on CBR.
Damage, Dark Nights: Metal, Cyborg, The Flash, Injustice 2, Superwoman, The Wild Storm & much more DC Comics' December 2017 Solicitations. The post DC Comics’ December 2017 Solicitations appeared first on CBR.
After the arrival of The Batman Who Laughs in the Dark Nights: Metal event, CBR lists 15 times a character bearing the Robin mantle terrified us. The post Boy Terror: 15 Times A Robin Horrified Us appeared first on CBR.
Scott Snyder reveals the Dark Nights: Metal origins for The Batman Who Laughs, The Murder Machine and The Red Death. The post The Batman Who Laughs’ Origin Story is Absolutely Bonkers appeared first on CBR.
In Dark Nights: Metal #2, Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo continue to triumphantly expand their Batman legacy into the overall fabric of the DC Universe. The post REVIEW: Dark Nights: Metal #2 Shows Batman’s Importance to the DCU appeared first on CBR.
Writer Tom King confirms that his and Mitch Gerads' Mister Miracle fits right into DC Comics' grand scheme. The post Yes, Mister Miracle is Part Of Rebirth (And Dark Nights: Metal) Continuity appeared first on CBR.
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Big things were brewing in the previous issue, but Dark Nights: Metal #2 is the jump off. The post Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.