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Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #5

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #5

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #5 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO Plascencia, Steve Wands Edited by Rebecca Taylor and Dave Wielgosz Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 31, 2018 Dark Nights: Metal #5 puts the spotlight on the Batman Who Laughs, and the black light on the rest of the

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3 Written by Scott “Sledgehammer” Snyder Art by Greg “Chaos Bringer” Capullo, Jonathan “Grim Reaper” Glapion, FCO “Overkill” Plascencia, and Steve “Word Warlock” Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 11, 2017 ***SPOILER WARNING*** With a pace as intense and weird as the Dark Nights: Metal series has been, it was

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #2

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #2 Written by Scott “Sword Sovereign” Snyder Art by Greg “Lead Thrasher” Capullo, Jonathan “Jolt of Lightning” Glapion, FCO “The Fallen” Plascencia, and Steve “The Slayer” Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 13, 2017 WARNING: Mild spoilers are present for discussing this issue. It is too insane to review something

Interview: Scott Snyder Brings the METAL to the DC Universe

Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia need no introduction…this is the team that ushered in a new generation of readers to Gotham City and their run on Batman that changed the character and added wrinkles to his mythos that are still used today in the DC Rebirth landscape. The dream team has

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #1

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #1 Written by Scott “Doom Commander” Snyder Art by Greg “Pain Bringer” Capullo, Jonathan “Guillotine” Glapion, FCO “Killer” Plascencia, Steve “The Slayer” Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 14, 2017 Following on from Dark Days: The Forge and The Casting, Dark Nights: Metal #1 futher reveals the Dark Multiverse and

DC Launches Artist-Driven Imprint DARK MATTER with Diverse Leads

Who says artists don’t drive sales? Or that people don’t want more diversity on the pages of their comic books? Not us. And not DC Comics, it seems. New Characters, New Stories Debut When Legendary Artists Collaborate with Writers Retailers had a front-row seat at Chicago’s C2E2 today when DC Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee

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