Dark Nights: Metal #6

Event\Storyline: Dark Knights: Metal Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 28, 2018 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 38 User Reviews: 54
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All roads lead...to darkness. In the devastating and epic conclusion to DC's cataclysmic event series, heroes from across the universe make their final charge into the unknown to battle the forces of the Dark Multiverse! Space and time, dreams and nightmares, all will collide - and what is left at the end will leave the DC Universe irrevocably changed!

  • 10
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Mar 28, 2018

    Too often these big events are a major let down. There's not enough changes, too many changes and it all gets rendered moot six months from now. Metal #6 builds on the momentum DC has enjoyed since Rebirth and promises the thrills and excitement aren't done with this book. For DC fans, Metal #6 offers the the hopeful and encouraging message that we haven't seen anything yet. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Garrett Hanneken Mar 28, 2018

    Writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo have taken us on quite an epic journey that explores the lore of the DC universe by referencing Grant Morrison's work and even brought into play Neil Gaiman's The Sandman. With that said, this blockbuster of a comic does not slow down the pace when it reaches the end. The final issue delivers on action, a unique story, and most importantly, heart. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Watch - Robert Struble Apr 5, 2018

    Snyder and Capullo deliver an outstanding finish to one of the biggest events in recent memory. Its an amazing story and (for once) filled with hope for our heroes. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Dark Knight News - Steve J Ray Mar 29, 2018

    All in all the ending of this series was extremely satisfying. What I love even more is that it isn't even really the end. The events of the relighting of the cosmic forge, and its restoration to full power, will have ongoing repercussions. The DC Universe has been opened to eyes that, until now, weren't aware of its existence. New eyes, new stories" and new threats. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Kabooooom - Matt Morrison Mar 29, 2018

    The cover for the issue says it all " if you can't take joy in an armor-clad Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman riding a Joker-faced dragon, this is not the book for you. For many of us, Dark Nights: Metal was the prog-rock epic turned comic we never knew we'd wanted and this final chapter proves the perfect rocking finale! Read Full Review

  • 10
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Manny Gomez Mar 28, 2018

    This is the kind of an end to an epic every superhero fan loves; action-packed, filled with iconic images and dotted with great character moments. Read Full Review

  • 10
    You Don't Read Comics - Rick Lopez Apr 4, 2018

    Greg and Scott have worked amazingly well since their beginning in 2011 on Batman, Dark Knights: Metal #6 is the perfect end cap to bring their run on Batman to its conclusion, while leaving room for what is still yet to come. As No Justice inches closer, Snyder leaves room, not only for what he has planned in the future, but for the whole DC Universe, even down to mentioning the upcoming Sandman Universe imprint. With more new books coming this June, Metal may be over but this is only the beginning. Read Full Review

  • 10
    GWW - Deron Generally Mar 27, 2018

    This is a great conclusion to a truly epic story. It concludes on a note that affirms everything you love about DC Comics. Read Full Review

  • 10
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Mar 28, 2018

    Dark Nights: Metal never fell short of epic; while all good things must eventually come to an end, the DC Universe is a better, bolder place now that this event has occurred. Dark Nights: Metal #6 offers a fitting conclusion to what has proven to be one of DC's best and most ambitious events and is an absolute must-read. Read Full Review

  • 9.7
    Shoot The Breeze Comics - Scott Shuken Mar 28, 2018

    All roads lead"to darkness. In the devastating and epic conclusion to DC's cataclysmic event series, heroes from across the universe make their final charge into the unknown to battle the forces of the Dark Multiverse! Space and time, dreams and nightmares, all will collide"and what is left at the end will leave the DC Universe irrevocably changed! Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Black Nerd Problems - Keith Reid-Cleveland Mar 28, 2018

    Issue #6 is double-sized and jam-packed with 45 pages of final confrontation with the powerful Barbatos, satisfying resolution and epilogue that encourages us to stick around to see what's coming next. Now it's just a matter of waiting for what the new Justice League is going to do about the huge problems headed their way. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Comicsverse - Aaron Berkowitz Mar 28, 2018

    DARK NIGHTS: METAL #6 doesn't disappoint. It more than lives up the hype. Scott Snyder's amazing plotting and dialogue, combined with the sheer lunacy of what happens on every page, make this an issue for the ages. Greg Capullo's character designs and splash pages stand out in his already beautifully drawn work. Highly recommended! Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Superbromovies - Marcos Melendez Mar 26, 2018

    It may have a few problems here and there, but this final chapter in the Metal saga was as exciting and entertaining as I wanted it to be. The art, story, and characters all bring life to the darkness within. Although convoluted at times, there's enough here to keep you invested and interested in what's happening, and also what's going to happen. It sets up a lot of great things for the DCU going forward, everything points to even bigger and exciting stories down the road. The question is if they'll remain consistent with quality and if the Dark Knights: Metal is any indication, I think fans are in a for treat. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Mar 28, 2018

    There are shades of other events in this comic, of course " when the heroes emerge with shiny new armor forged from the mysterious Tenth Metal, it definitely feels like the conclusion to Blackest Night or Forever Evil. But what sets this series apart is the way it's such a deep dive through the strangest levels of the DC continuity. And Capullo's art, of course " few artists are better at depicting the strange and spectacular. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Batmanaruto Mar 28, 2018

    With this review, I have tried to keep it spoiler-free so that readers can read Metal #6 and experience it for themselves. There are a lot of really cool moments and the conclusion finishes strong. As for the ramifications in the epilogue it really makes me excited for both No Justice and what Snyder, Tynion, Williamson and everyone else plans for the Justice League. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Brian Clements Mar 28, 2018

    Like all things, it is by no means perfect, but for the work it has done and the new change to an entire comics universe it has wrought, it has been worth the journey. It is rebellious and shocking and will be remembered for introducing some of the most vicious villains ever seen in comics. And, in the end, that's pretty metal. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Multiversity Comics - Reed Hinckley-Barnes Mar 29, 2018

    "Dark Nights: Metal" #6 is an insane finale to a crazy series, and an absolute blast to read. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Mar 31, 2018

    Scott Snyder does an excellent job delivering an exciting finish to his big event with Dark Nights: Metal #6. Outside of a few minor complaints, Scott Snyder paid off all of the storylines he built up throughout the course of Dark Nights: Metal in a satisfying way. The characters involved, both on the hero and villain side, came away from this event looking stronger than they did when Dark Nights: Metal started. Snyder's ending does an effective job in building excitement for the future of the entire DC Universe. If you are a fan of big events than Dark Nights: Metal is one comic you should pick up when it's hardcover collection is released. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Mar 31, 2018

    Dark Knights: Metal brings its insanely gigantic story to an exciting end with all the punching, surprise twists, vanquished villains and heroic moments one might expect from a comic book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comicosity - Michael Hale Mar 28, 2018

    Metal is a great series which delivers on folding Batman into the greater Crisis-based stories of the past, while also making his previous works worth a re-exploration in the process. While I stand by my earlier assessment that this story needed more space (no real conclusions to the Dark Knights of Barbatos? Pity!), what is present is great and this story deserves to be read by fans of DC Comics who have a vested interest in seeing how their star characters will evolve and grow under new, exciting conditions. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Bin - Deejay Dayton Apr 5, 2018

    While it would be very easy to dismiss the miniseries, the simple fact that I was so excited by the finale means that, despite itself, this was a success. The purpose of it was to spark interest in upcoming books and stories, and it sure did that. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - C.K. Stewart Mar 28, 2018

    Dark Nights: Metal #6 gets the job done, and it’s always fun when creators are so enthusiastic about leaning into what makes superhero comic books so fun to begin with - wild villains, big stakes, and a lot of heart. This finale throws a lot against the wall, and most of it turns out pretty well. There was an end in sight, or more specifically the beginning of the upcoming new Justice League titles, and Dark Nights: Metal #6 will get you there in a way that’s pretty enjoyable. It promises some exciting developments down the line, and ultimately, the consequences of this big finish may wind up being more exciting than the big finish itself. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Cameron Tevis Mar 29, 2018

    The mini-series started out strong, but unfortunately fizzled out along the way. But I think the bigger concern is that this book is meant for DC fans that know DC in and out. I understood all the references but the casual reader may be lost. So as a long time fan it's nice to have something like this, but it may not be the best jumping on point for new readers. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Mar 28, 2018

    On it's own, it's hard to judge this individual comic but as a conclusion for the event, it's very satisfying and then some. I found myself saying “hells yes” multiple times and smiling as the “epic” nature of it all crescendoed. There's a solid conclusion that makes sense and also feels like it sets up a lot to come which has me, and hopefully comic readers, excited. Dark Nights: Metal has been a crazy ride and delivered what was promised, a rocking “metal” comic event. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Batman Universe - Corbin Pool Mar 28, 2018

    An excellent miniseries that I will revisit again in the future. It also has me excited for No Justice. On a side note; I feel like I had some input for the roster, suggesting to Snyder on Twitter to go with the animated series lineup — primarily adding Hawkgirl and John Stewart (my favorite Lantern). Lesson: don't doubt the power of suggestion through social media! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Mar 29, 2018

    Dark Nights: Metal #6 is a messy, extravagant, and highly entertaining finale to this miniseries from Snyder, Capullo, and company. It is flawed, but its strengths far outweigh its weaknesses. I had a lot of fun reading it, and most with even a passing appreciation of DC Comics will too. This one gets a recommendation. Give it a read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Beat - Alexander Lu Mar 28, 2018

    If calculated and measured books like Mister Miracle and Doomsday Clock stand at one end of spectrum of comics that DC publishes, their antithesis would be Dark Nights: Metal #6, the pinnacle of MELODRAMATIC PUNK ROCK COMICS. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Mueller Mar 28, 2018

    The possibilities the story's ending opens up are worth the visit alone, but if you can look past the flaws you'll find plenty to enjoy in this crazy and gorgeous final issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    ComicBuzz - Tony Thornley Mar 28, 2018

    Overall, this has been a lot better event than weve seen in a long time. A little bit of it was rushed, it had moments of jumping around, but as an overall product, I really enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun and really just solid story. Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Mar 28, 2018

    In many ways, Dark Nights: Metal is more flawed than Snyder and Capullo's previous DC work. There are simply too many moving pieces in this final issue, and not enough room to do it all justice. But despite that, there are enough great character moments, dynamic images and emotionally resonant themes at play to make Metal a crossover worth experiencing. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Fortress of Solitude - Sergio Pereira Mar 28, 2018

    So, that's it. Dark Nights: Metal is done and dusted. Judging by the upcoming slate, it'll have many repercussions and the adventure will continue in different ways. While its conclusion is weaker than the previous issues, there's no doubt that it stands as a seminal event for DC Comics. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Mar 28, 2018

    Overall, I am left disappointed by the whole thing, a plot device fora series of books that don't appeal to me seems like a waste of my time, despite some of the great art and colors that have been on show. Maybe, after all this, I actually agree with Batman, “We never speak of this again”. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Mar 28, 2018

    After so much setup and time spent getting to this finale, I was torn with how to rate this ending. It was rushed, but well paced. It was fun as hell, but frustrating in its lack of answers. It felt huge, but also like it was just a setup for more books to come. In the end, however, it finally gave me what I thought was missing since the first issue and it looked great and can be enjoyed by anyone who wants an issue where their heroes come together to save the day against crazy odds. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Outright Geekery - Antonio Pedro Mar 28, 2018

    In the end, while Dark Nights: Metal issue 6 was an improvement, it still missed the awesome impact that this type of book should have. Unless you've been collecting it issue by issue, I can't really recommend you go out and get it. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Flickering Myth - Ricky Church Mar 30, 2018

    The concepts Snyder has explored in Metal mostly pay off in the finale, giving some provoking thoughts to the nature of stories and endings. The finale could have been a little less jammed and it would have also been nice to get a bit more of a pay off with those characters, but Snyder and Capullo still succeeded in giving fans an out there, balls-to-wall crazy adventure. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Mar 29, 2018

    So the series wraps up with strong art and an impenetrable story. Not a great combination. As a wise person once said, your mileage may vary. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Batman-News - Casper Rudolph Mar 28, 2018

    It's not a bad comic. It's actually very entertaining if you're looking for a straight-up fight comic and if you won't ask too many questions. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    We The Nerdy - Chad Waller Mar 28, 2018

    Dark Knights: Metal is six issues of very loud noise with no melody to it. There's a throughline here somewhere, but it diverges every other page so characters can say something stupid, and while it all ties together, it does so in a way that is also without melody. It really is what happens when someone has a cool idea and no editor. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Supes' soups Mar 29, 2018

    This event got a little too crazy for its own good and I feel like its overambitious reach didn't end up with a very coherent story. Still I admire Snyder's effort for a such a huge undertaking. Regardless of how I felt about this odd finale, it moves the DC universe forward and is forcing it to evolve for better or worse. I can tell Capullo grew tired as this event concluded as the artwork isn't up to his usual standard and some friends had to lend a helping hand, Mikel Janin's art was instantly recognizable. Also I'm thankful for all the new characters and elements Metal brought such as the evil Batmen and expanding the multiverse. However, I think Barbatos was a weak character overall and could've been skipped. At the end of the day however, I think Snyder works better in self-contained stories such as Court of Owl and End Game. The events are usually Geoff Johns' forte.

  • 6.5
    RaisingBlack Mar 28, 2018

    I don't think Scott Snyder is my cup of tea. I will start with the positive. Issue 6 continues the high level of art that this series in known for. The pages coming from Capullo and Glapion really look amazing. The scale is there in this book. The stakes feel high throughout the series and the high that is reached in this issue is consistent with the rest of the book. The heroes look like they are in for a fight for there lives. If you are a Snyder fan to begin with then you will likely love this book. I also enjoy the effort of opening up the DC universe to something more.

    Now on to my issues with this story. 1. There is a lot about this plot that makes no sense. How is a Batman who was pulled from the forge have enough time to plan with Joker and double team the Batman who laughs (A plot thread left dangling by the end of the issue). 2. How exactly are Batman and Superman even alive and coming out of the forge with full 10th metal Battle armor. 3. Did we remotely need all these evil Batmen if they were just going to fade into the background once the story needed to be wrapped up? 4. 10th metal is a Deus Ex Machina.

    For all the talk about launching new heroes and exploring new worlds none of that actually happened. Plastic man stepped up but most other heroes got no spotlight or minimal recognition. Snyder literally made Cyborg stay in the car for the entire book. We bring back Martian Manhunter for him to barely register in the final battle. In the end, we are left with same saviors (All-White) joining hands and being the trinity+ coming in to save the day. It felt like more of the same to me.

    If New Age of Heroes is supposed to be important than why are all of its characters a mention in an epilogue but not the actual hero? Yes. The Source Wall coming down is interesting but what is actually changing? We gave more nods to Marvel knock-off books and characters than anyone from Earth M (NO mention of that universe at all). I tend to not like DC stories

  • 5.0
    DarioV Mar 28, 2018

    Barely acceptable. Like most Snyder comics the ending is a let down and this is no different. The whole event was a messy mash-up of things that make no sense, classic deus ex machina scenarios, where for no reason Barbatos always has a plan and for no reason the heroes always have a way to counter it. This story doesn't have plot holes, because it has no plot: everything happens exactly at the convenience of the author, with no logic and, thus, no real entertainment or thrill.
    Yet another "event" that does NOTHING except what is deemed editorially necessary to keep the machine going.

    Huge disappointment, but I don't despair since Doomsday Clock is, on the contrary, a beautiful event.

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  • 10
    Troy Mar 29, 2018

    For as messy as the middle half of this main event was, I was expecting Snyder to miss the landing, and while this final issue didn't fix everything wrong with the middle half of the event, it did deliver an epic and satisfying conclusion. This really should have been a Crisis title, but I think the name they chose gives you the impression it is a smaller event. My main complaint would be that the New Age of Heroes weren't really tied into the event at all, I was expecting them to be.

  • 8.5
    Simon DelMonte Mar 28, 2018

    Swamp Thing has a bow tie made of red plants. Your argument is irrelevant.

  • 8.5
    mrDovydas Mar 31, 2018

    I thought that there's no way everything will be resolved in a single issue. I was wrong. This was all sorts of crazy, and I really loved it. Metal was probably the best event in quite a long time. Can't wait for No Justice.

  • 8.0
    Bleemak Mar 28, 2018

    -There are some moments where it's exposition heavy and too much mumbo jumbo.
    -It is a bit rushed and should've been more then 6 issues. 8 maybe?
    -Might not have so good ending and feel that it has lasting consequences.
    -Not all threads are closed in a good way

    +It sets ups future events pretty well.
    +Amazing artwork
    +Wonder Woman is amazing here.
    +We see Batman and Joker fighting against Batman Who Laughs. Enough. Freaking. Said.

  • 8.0
    Steve C Mar 29, 2018

    This was definitely one of the craziest (read: all-over-the place and convoluted) crossovers I've ever read, and if I focus on the content of the six issues of Metal, I'd say, overall, I loved it. With all of the tie-ins that I bought and read between issues #1 and 6, I'd give it a 7.5. There was a lot of ridiculous, confusing cockamamie stuff in this story, and while it was fun, I think all the tie-ins took away from the heart of the story. However, as far as last issues of crossovers go, I really enjoyed it, as it brought the story to a satisfying conclusion and set-up the New Age of DC Heroes and the new Justice League: No Justice storyline very well.

    SPOILER ALERT-based opinion: With the flash of light at the end (where the heroes breach the outer walls of the multiverse)... Did anyone else think of Black Hammer - that our heroes could could have easily been transported to a farm in Rockwood to live out their days?

  • 7.5
    egon244 Mar 28, 2018

    "Because in the end, we're all... a little metal"

    So the end is finally here. The most fun, epic and weird comic book event I have ever read has ended... and I feel a little disappointed by the conclusion. I was expecting/hopin for some kind of huge, epic battle between our brave heroes and the armies of the dark god. I got a little of that, but what I got more was talk about how love and friendship can overcome all evil and help us reach further. I get it. Heroes are supposed to inspire and all that, but when you have a villain who carries a gun that killed his parents with him all the time you expect a different solution than to stand in a circle and hope for the best.

    At the begging of the issue are heroes are beaten and with no hope of winning. Wonder Woman rallys the League (minus Batman and Superman) and with the help of Super-Simians (thats just awesome) and couple Batmen from the multiverse they try to fight back. Then Wonder Woman descends to the World Forge to get The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel. All three emerge back encased in "plot device" metal, I'm sorry, tenth metal and basically beat the dark energy out of Evil Batmen. After that Batman goes after The One who Laughs, but he can't defeat him alone so he teams up with... The Joker. I really don't know how to feel about this one. Seems odd and out of place for Bats to team up with the clown. End of the world and all, but still... this is The Joker.

    After the win we get an epilogue that reveals some interesting informations. That DC Universe was shielded by The Source Wall from some much bigger, possibly dangerous universe and now there is a big hole in it.
    The core League gets two new members, there is a big Batparty in the Wayne manor (bowtie Swamp Thing) and maybe there's going to be some hall dedicated to justice.
    Overall the epilogue opens some new doors and sets up some interesting things for the future.
    Looking forward to Justice League: No Justice.

  • 7.5
    Bill Blaze Apr 1, 2018

    Really? Entertaining sure, but weak AF ending. I am disappoint.

  • 9.0
    DDJamesB Mar 29, 2018

    I liked this way more than I thought I would. When Metal began I was so hyped for the idea, the concept and by time all the tie ins were finished and Metal: wild hunt came out I was kind of worried that they built up all this stuff and had all these great ideas only to have one issue to fix it all. I did not think this kind of job could have been pulled off. It was just awesome.From the art to the rise of the heroes, it was just a ton of fun and really what a comic should be. The ending too, with all the new possibilities that can become of this. The big thing that disappointed me is, that if this would have came out before all the new age hero books started, I probably actually would have bought a few, but I had no idea who they were and had no reason to really care. Also, I have been really contemplating dropping all DC comics off my pull list, but after seeing how this will lead into NO JUSTICE, I think I will stick around for that.

  • 8.5
    Melkor Apr 22, 2018

    It's not a masterpiece. It's good. The Dark Multiverse thing left a good material for future stories. The art is really good during event. I'm just a little wonder about No Justice.

  • 8.0
    bucswin611 Mar 29, 2018

    An instance of the sum not being greater than the parts. I bumped up my rating a little because there are unforgettable moments - visual, dialogue, plot, laugh out loud - that will stick with readers for decades. I've said it before, but there were just times where it was hard to even be oriented to the action/landscape. The scale is so large that what's happening gets lost - like an action movie with too much quick cutting and you don't get a full sense of the space. Metal was a worthwhile, fun adventure that brought in lots of casual fans. Bravo to Snyder and Capullo for the memorable moments.

  • 6.5
    Dispatchdcu Mar 28, 2018

    Welcome to the Oblivion Bar where the first round is on me and the pretzels are free! Be warned: like the pickled eggs at the bar, this issue is going to get SPOILED rotten.

    Well wasn’t this special?!? We left last issue being rescued by a new created earth 53 to find Wonder Woman and Lady Blackhawk fighting hordes of dark villains. Batman and Superman appeared to be lost in the dark forge with a hulked out Hawkman ready to destroy them as the new dragon of the forge. All seemed lost for our heroes like it did at the end of every issue thus far. Good thing we turn it around all in ONE FINAL ISSUE!

    We come back to this issue to find out that help is on the way because they happened to find extra “good” Batmen from across the other multiverses to help .... thanks to the good old Chimp-earth 53 and Cyborg flying the Thule... I guess.... but that’s not enough.

    You see; it turns out that the world forge that we thought Batman and Superman were lost in actually gave Batman 10th metal!!!! Not 8th... or 9th... but 10th!!! It felt like kids on the playground trying to one-up each other. “You think that’s cool.. well mine goes up to 10!” Seriously?!?!? This felt to me like a magic wishing machine fixing everything for us... but I guess we used that one already.

    This “10th metal” can just be thrown on anyone instantly and change them into basically anything they want AND we find out later that it’s basically the most conductive material known to man because it can literally raise an entire universe from the dark using humans as its conduit.....

    Batman fights the Batman who laughs, but not our Batman since he wasn’t wearing the 10th metal... a different “Good” Batman I guess. But anyway, Batman with help from the Joker take “he who laughs” down pretty easily showing me that this could have all ended if only Batman and Joker teamed up from the start instead of locking him in a double super secret inner bat cave. Personally, it seem

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  • 6.0
    daddyT Apr 1, 2018

    thank God it's over. for all the hype this whole thing was just one giant confusing story with no real plot and horrible art.

  • 5.0
    Bloodraven Apr 6, 2018

    I look at series and think of what it could have been. Snyder ended up writing an incoherent mess. This book came off really corny and cringe worthy at times. like most of Snyder’s work, great ideas but terrible execution. He needs to dial it back and focus on telling a coherent storyline. This story is like something Grant Morrison threw in the trash.

  • 3.0
    Sav Apr 8, 2018

    We're gonna start with Metal and end with Kenny G. Evidently, just like most DC endings, a circle jerk saves the day.

  • 1.0
    KFuqua Mar 29, 2018

    Truly a terrible ending to a terrible series. I'm glad it's over, but wish they would keep Snyder away from the DC Universe.

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