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Nihilist reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #2 Jul 14, 2020
8.5

Metal is the most diverse family of musical genres out there. There are acts that take themselves (too) seriously, like Mayhem, and ones that do the exact opposite, like Alestorm. If Dark Knights: Death Metal #2 was a band, it'd be somewhere in between, leaning towards self aware comedy rather than thick skulled (sic!) seriousness. So basically Mastodon.
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Dark Nights: Death Metal #2

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jul 15, 2020

Get ready to scream! Wonder Woman roars across the horrifying Dark Multiverse landscape in the world’s most demented monster truck, with Swamp Thing riding shotgun! The two arrive at the ghoulish cemetery base of Batman and his army of zombies, but can the former friends stand each other long enough to form a plan and take back the planet? Plus, ...

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TP reviewed Harley Quinn #74 Jul 7, 2020
1.0

This is what happens when a bad editor (Brian Cunningham aka the dude who kicked Gail Simone off Batgirl in hi first day at the office) teams up with a yes man writer. A badly written, horribly edited mess of a book with no redeeming qualities. We could talk about the elephant in the room that is the erasure of Harley and Ivy as a couple but the writer will blame it to the editor and the editor to more

Harley Quinn #74

By: Sam Humphries, Sami Basri
Released: Jul 8, 2020

Harley Quinn’s sojourn in L.A. has been full of tragedy and heartbreak, from the death of her friend to uncovering a deep web of moral compromise that’d make even the most sadistic Batman villain’s stomach churn. In the epic finale to our story, Harley will come face to face with the person pulling the strings and learn who’s out to see her...

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Liem Duong - Jul 7, 2020

Eh, never liked Palomotti's and Conner's version of HQ in the first place/ And tbh i don't see much of a distinction with Humphire's version either.

Nihilist - Jul 8, 2020

Same here, Liem. I really hate how Harley was turned into a one dimensional Mary Sue after Dini stepped down, and I certainly don't see much of a difference between Palmiotti/Conner take on the character and this one (or Tieri's for that matter). Same trash. Albeit I gotta say calling Humphries a "yes man" is pretty much spot on.

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Liem Duong reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
6.5

Well, that concludes Dark Designs. Overall, this story arc was quite refreshing after King's run with City of Bane, and is by no means a slouch of a run. On the contrary, it is probably some of my favorite Batman story-telling coming from DC as of late. But this final issue is kind of rough, but also enlightening at the same time? So most people would say this is a melo-dramatic filler, which I ca more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Gorr reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
7.0

This issue featured the conclusion to Tynion's "The Dark Designs" and while it was not a terrible issue, it was the weakest chapter of this storyline. The main purpose of this issue is to set up the joker war, which it does so effectively. However, there are sluggish moments which slow down the momentum that was being built in previous issues.

For starters, the conversation between Catw more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
7.0

Penguin said it best in this issue, "It's going to be a long, bloody summer."

Pretty much your by the book calm before the storm issue. Stage is set, pieces are in play, now just to sit back and watch the show!

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Quinn reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
4.0

Let's sum up the action - nothing happens. Selina was taken to a hospital and survived her gunshot wound and was later kidnapped by the Penguin, who has created a hide-out with all the free Gotham villains.

We flasback to when Bruce met the original detective who swore to teach Bruce how to lose.

We find out that Bruce is broke and wanted for embezzlement and is all alone - a more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #94 Jul 8, 2020
7.0

The purpose of this issue is to set up what's to come, and that's the very axis of the plot. There's not much of substance happening here, just loose ends getting resolved, characters put where they need to be when The Joker War starts, and the message of dark designs nicely making a full circle to close this arc and its themes. It's a competent transition, similar in a way to Scott Snyder's Batma more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Gay X-man reviewed Young Justice #16 Jul 7, 2020
5.0

I love Young Justice and Bart is my favorite but I'm getting tired of the blue ballin' slow story. It feels like this story that just keeps getting side tracked. I don't think trying to cram an entire year's worth of it into a single issue is really a solution.

Also Bendis missed out on something with Bart and the Flash family that I wish he hadn't. Both of Wally's kids, Bart's cousins( more

Young Justice #16

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Scott Godlewski
Released: Jul 8, 2020

Impulse unleashed! Bartholomew Henry Allen II has traveled to the edges of space and time-and along the way, he’s discovered truths that he’s kept from even his closest friends. Until now. The truth behind the legacy of Young Justice is revealed! What does tomorrow hold for Young Justice?

Nihilist reviewed Young Justice #16 Jul 7, 2020
5.0

There is some plot in this book, which is more than I can say about majority of the series so far. Is it any good, however? It's... a mixed bag, to be honest. I can see some potential here, but also typical for Bendis poor execution, leading to complex themes popping out from nowhere, not being foreshadowed properly, then getting sidelined for a moment dedicated to some irrelevant filler stuff, ju more

Young Justice #16

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Scott Godlewski
Released: Jul 8, 2020

Impulse unleashed! Bartholomew Henry Allen II has traveled to the edges of space and time-and along the way, he’s discovered truths that he’s kept from even his closest friends. Until now. The truth behind the legacy of Young Justice is revealed! What does tomorrow hold for Young Justice?

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5.0

Harley doesn't lack talented artists to illustrate her comics. Whether we're talking Bruce Timm, Inaki Miranda, Sean Murphy, Stjepan Sejic, Amanda Conner, Sami Basri or Steve Pugh, each has their own unique style that's instantly recognizable and one of a kind. Mirka Andolfo is another artist worth praising, bringing manga sensibilities to western comics. That is the comic's strength.

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Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red #2

By: Mirka Andolfo
Released: Jul 1, 2020

“Fashion Victim”
Harley is determined to steal back the spotlight by sabotaging Catwoman in style! When the two are challenged to model a new line of cutting-edge criminal couture, Harley accepts it as a contest of pride-but she’ll have to swallow a tough pill when she learns her arrogance is all part of Selina’s grand plan to pull ...

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Nihilist reviewed Supergirl #42 Jul 1, 2020
6.0

I see what Jody tried to accomplish in this issue, bringing back Kara's old fears and foes, but it feels more chaotic and disorganized that it probably should have been for its own good. It's a decent story, albeit not one I'd call well executed, which was a long running problem with Supergirl's series to begin with. Writer after writer, they didn't know what to do with her, how to deveop her furt more

Supergirl #42

By: Jody Houser, Rachael Stott
Released: Jun 24, 2020

Deemed a threat by the U.S. military, Supergirl is now a wanted villain! General Corvid has come for our hero-and she won’t give up until Kara’s gone for good. Meanwhile, the superstorm rages stronger than ever, while hundreds remain helpless against it. Can Supergirl prove that she’s the hero the people once believed her to be? Or will she l...

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Nihilist - Jul 1, 2020

Yeah, that sounds like something DC's editorial would do. Explains a lot.

DC Stuff - Jul 2, 2020

100%

5.0

Never been a fan of Sejic's exploration of the titular character, I found her to lack... personality, depth and internal conflict despite the series doing its best to tell me otherwise, convince me it's more than it may be. And maybe that's the problem. Maybe I don't like it telling me something, while it could have shown it instead? And that's precisely the complaint I have regarding this comic. more

Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red #1

By: Stjepan Sejic
Released: Jun 24, 2020

“Harleen: Red”
Resolutely defiant in the face of all of Arkham’s attempts to psychoanalyze her, Harley Quinn is suddenly compelled to reveal some of her most vulnerable thoughts - and hints of her future -- when confronted with the simplest of prompts: “What does the color red mean to you?” Another stunningly beautiful story from t...

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allenquanobi reviewed Suicide Squad #6 Jun 23, 2020
8.5

This currently is the best DC ongoing in my opinion, and will be the only one I read every month until the inevitable reboot coming after Death Metal. Tom Taylor needs to get on other books at DC, every ongoing right now is suffering in my opinion, while all the mini/maxi series and events are what is keeping DC afloat.

Suicide Squad #6

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jun 24, 2020

The hunters have become the hunted! Task Force X is the world's most wanted-on the run from heroes and villains alike and no closer to taking down the puppet master who's been pulling their strings. But even if they go to ground, there's no hiding from the World's Greatest Detective, and it'll take every deadly trick in their playbook for the Squad...

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Nihilist reviewed Suicide Squad #6 Jun 24, 2020
9.5

I don't have a habit giving comics 10/10 scores, simply because I reserve it for something so perfect I can't even comprehend the though of it. But this issue... this issue was as perfect to me as you can get in Suicide Squad comics, no joke. It was significantly more lighthearted than past issues, giving Chaos Kitten, Wink, Harley and Deadshot more than expected opportunities to really shine come more

Suicide Squad #6

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jun 24, 2020

The hunters have become the hunted! Task Force X is the world's most wanted-on the run from heroes and villains alike and no closer to taking down the puppet master who's been pulling their strings. But even if they go to ground, there's no hiding from the World's Greatest Detective, and it'll take every deadly trick in their playbook for the Squad...

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10

Wow, who would have thought that Green Lantern would get the best treatment out of all these dumb celebration issues that DC has been doing. I think I liked every story in this issue. Starts off with an great story by Tynion and Gary Frank and keeps on going. The art is great, all the stories are fun to read. Definitely recommend this one if you are a fan of Green Lantern

Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular: Green Lantern 80th Anniversary #1

By: Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis
Released: Jun 24, 2020

In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil could ever escape their sight! The Green Lanterns are celebrating 80 years of keeping the DC Universe safe. Join us to see tales of all of the universe's most legendary Green Lanterns: Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, and appearances from other cosm...

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Br'er Lapin AKA 20-Ish Ceiln - Jun 24, 2020

Yeah, I don't think these are dumb. Especially not Detective 1000 or Action 1000. Those were huge milestones. 80 years is also a nice milestone. At least they didn't call them DC #1000 *cough*

YourGreenMuse - Jun 24, 2020

Yeah, I agree that 80 years is a nice, profitable milestone. And you know, if semantics were profitable...

3.5

For someone who has Harley set as the avatar, I have very low tolerance for her post Paul Dini self. Aside from her reinvented regressed personality and sheer bloody stupidity, the overused accent is an important factor in making me want to punch a wall every time I read her dialogues.
After reading the first page of the comic I was mildly annoyed. After reading the second I was growing prog more

Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey #2

By: Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner
Released: Jun 24, 2020

DC BLACK LABEL AGES 17+
Over the course of her illustrious and very high-class career, Harley's met pretty much every super-villain who ever worked in Gotham City. Some hate her. Some love her. But none of that's gonna matter once they see how many zeroes there are on the bounty The Joker's offering for her head! Sorry, Harley-it's just busines...

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8.5

Hands down the best celebratory anthology we've seen from DC so far, beating even Action Comics #1000. There's not one bad story here, not even a mediocre one. Even the one written by Mariko Tamaki of all the people felt at least fine, albeit I won't lie, I'm pretty salty how much Jessica Cruz has been sidelined in this book.

The collection consists of 10 different, extremely diverse an more

Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular: Green Lantern 80th Anniversary #1

By: Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis
Released: Jun 24, 2020

In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil could ever escape their sight! The Green Lanterns are celebrating 80 years of keeping the DC Universe safe. Join us to see tales of all of the universe's most legendary Green Lanterns: Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, and appearances from other cosm...

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Svarietyy reviewed Batman #93 Jun 23, 2020
5.0

DC needs to stop double-shipping for the sake of quality and delivering a sense of commitment to readers.
This particular issue suffers from a recurring problem throughout Tynion's time on the title- A lot of hype with minimal substance and logic behind it.

Batman #93

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Jun 24, 2020

Batman faces off with the Designer as "Their Dark Designs" reaches its epic climax! In the last year, Batman has lost more than he could have imagined, and now he faces a cost so dear it will change the course of his life. And there is worse on the horizon. In the midst of all the horror, he can feel the drumbeat of battle. "Joker War" is coming, a...

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Liem Duong reviewed Batman #93 Jun 23, 2020
7.5

This was a good issue, and to be forewarned, this is an issue that will make people extremely excited or let down, depending on what you were expecting from Dark Designs.

First off, the art is awesome like always. I know some people don't like March's art, but it is perfect for a Batman story like this. Inks, colors, composition, layouts are were superb as well.

Now onto th more

Batman #93

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Jun 24, 2020

Batman faces off with the Designer as "Their Dark Designs" reaches its epic climax! In the last year, Batman has lost more than he could have imagined, and now he faces a cost so dear it will change the course of his life. And there is worse on the horizon. In the midst of all the horror, he can feel the drumbeat of battle. "Joker War" is coming, a...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #93 Jun 23, 2020
7.5

After King's disastrous Batman arc, leaving more loose ties and unresolved plot points I can possibly name, DC decided to play safe for once and give fans a more... conventional story, one that wouldn't try to reinvent and deconstruct avery aspect of what it means to be Batman, one that wouldn't feature more filler than actual plot, and one that certainly would not smell its own farts pretending t more

Batman #93

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Jun 24, 2020

Batman faces off with the Designer as "Their Dark Designs" reaches its epic climax! In the last year, Batman has lost more than he could have imagined, and now he faces a cost so dear it will change the course of his life. And there is worse on the horizon. In the midst of all the horror, he can feel the drumbeat of battle. "Joker War" is coming, a...

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FinanceGuy15 - Jun 25, 2020

I'll leave a reality-check for you buddy. There won't be any twists in Joker War that a 5-year old can't see.

Liem Duong - Jun 25, 2020

Well this one had a good chunk of twists that I was half-expecting, but not the way I expected it to happen. If this is the precedent we will be seeing from Tynion, then Joker War is something I will be looking forward too.

Nihilist reviewed Young Justice #15 Jun 17, 2020
3.5

Is it even surprising quality of the series has not improved a bit compared to previous ones? Afer 15 issues it'd be a miracle if Bendis got his shit together and wrote a complelling Young Justice story.
I'm going to say something totally not controversial now, something that definitely won't trigger a solid chunk of people: I don't like Avengers movies. And you know why is that? Because they more

Young Justice #15

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Young Justice versus S.T.A.R. Labs! What happens when a universe reboots right under you? Conner is about to find out! The entire Young Justice team confronts the evil genius behind S.T.A.R. Labs and the truth about Conner Kent. This will bring Conner to the doorstep of his namesake, Clark Kent, to find out more about himself and the DC Universe. G...

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Michaelbn - Jun 20, 2020

Dude. MCU is just a meh level popcorn flick and this book is exactly like that: good to look at with an ass ton of characters, but no story and narrative.

YourGreenMuse - Jun 20, 2020

The basis for the comparison is just inaccurate. If you think the comparison is apt, I can't convince you otherwise, but it does make me write off your opinion a bit.

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Nathan.Payson reviewed Young Justice #15 Jun 17, 2020
4.0

I try to enjoy this series a lot, but it's hard. ALOT was revealed, but most if it had already been hinted at very strongly. The cast is bizarre is so many ways, and the fight felt completely pointless. The solicit is inaccurate, and the big moment where they form the young justice felt bizarre. Honestly, I've given up on this series. If I didn't care about 80% of these characters as much as I do, more

Young Justice #15

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Young Justice versus S.T.A.R. Labs! What happens when a universe reboots right under you? Conner is about to find out! The entire Young Justice team confronts the evil genius behind S.T.A.R. Labs and the truth about Conner Kent. This will bring Conner to the doorstep of his namesake, Clark Kent, to find out more about himself and the DC Universe. G...

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4.5

I don't know why I continue to read this book. I mean, it has potential, but there's so many diversions and the dialogue can be a chore with certain characters. Katana and Shiva, especially. I'll be dropping this soon if it doesn't have an uptick in quality.

Batman and the Outsiders #13

By: Bryan Hill, Gleb Melnikov
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Ra's al Ghul has had everything taken away from him. His League of Assassins, his power...even his family. All he has left is his mission to bend the world to his will and save it from itself. He's more dangerous than ever, and it'll take the combined full might of the Outsiders team to take him down! Featuring art by Gleb Melnikov (Angel).

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Nihilist reviewed Strange Adventures #2 Jun 17, 2020
3.5

Yes, this issue most definitely is filler. And now think - it's merely #2, and it already is exactly that. What a Tom King thing to do, isn't it?
I gave the series a blank credit of trust when the debut issue came out - it did not make me interested, but nonetheless I refused to criticize it due to my lack of knowledge regarding the titular character and his lore. With this comic, in comparis more

Strange Adventures #2

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jun 17, 2020

What is the truth about Adam Strange? When an activist who publicly accused him of war crimes ends up dead, the public begins to doubt Strange’s stories about his adventures on the planet Rann-and he’s even starting to doubt himself. It’s going to take a special investigator to get the truth, and he’s going to have to tear apart Adam Strang...

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Nihilist added Dark Nights: Death Metal to their pull list Jun 16, 2020

Dark Nights: Death Metal

Get ready for the earth-shattering encore! The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour. When the Earth is enveloped by the Dark Multiverse, the Justice League is at the mercy of the Batman Who Laughs. Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond...

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Nihilist reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 Jun 16, 2020
8.5

You know what great books have in common? They make you not just surprised and shocked, but also thinking. Thinking about what the hell you've just read, where it came from and where it leads, what does all the symbolism mean and what it foreshadows. Dark Nights Metal surely was a story like that, and hence it's anything but suprising nor shocking it received a sequel. One that's twisted even more more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Get ready for the earth-shattering encore! The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour. When the Earth is enveloped by the Dark Multiverse, the Justice League is at the mercy of the Batman Who Laughs. Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 Jun 16, 2020
10

Prelude:
It is here. Death Metal, the finale (hopefully) to Scott Snyder's Cosmic Saga. Let's see how it goes.

The Good:
This is an extremely enjoyable read. Just lots of fun.

I love the new designs of the Trinity. Hell, everyone really.

It reminds me a lot of Hickman's Secret Wars with the new DCU. And I love it.

Capullo's art is amazingly gre more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Get ready for the earth-shattering encore! The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour. When the Earth is enveloped by the Dark Multiverse, the Justice League is at the mercy of the Batman Who Laughs. Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond...

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Wally West reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 Jun 16, 2020
10

Oh god ... where are my children now ?! Do they even exist this time ?! Well ... One the bright side ... Wonder Woman hugged me ... please don’t tell Linda.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Get ready for the earth-shattering encore! The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour. When the Earth is enveloped by the Dark Multiverse, the Justice League is at the mercy of the Batman Who Laughs. Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond...

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TheHyruleElf - Jun 16, 2020

Are you....are you role playing as Wally West on a comic review site?

Nihilist - Jun 16, 2020

That's a damn fine idea. We totally need more roleplaying reviewers here. It has so much potential for mockery of bad books!

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8.5

Good start. As always, Snyder knows how to rope you in and start an event very well. He sets up the main players, the conflicts, and the story all very well. My major gripe is that this feels like it has come out of left field. When the original Dark Nights Metal happened, that had setups to it in prelude issues and other Snyder Batman stories, but this kind of feels random. It feels like it more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Get ready for the earth-shattering encore! The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour. When the Earth is enveloped by the Dark Multiverse, the Justice League is at the mercy of the Batman Who Laughs. Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond...

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8.0

I was not a fan of the original Metal, nor Snyder's Justice League, so I was expecting a clusterfuck of a bad comic. I was half right. It is for all intents and purposes a clusterfuck, but Snyder pulled a Hickman and this is just Secret Wars (2015). I mean, BWL has taken over the DCU like Doctor Doom did. Remade it all in his image. The only difference is that Doom was God King, and BWL is a bitch more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jun 17, 2020

Get ready for the earth-shattering encore! The legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth take center stage and reunite for one last tour. When the Earth is enveloped by the Dark Multiverse, the Justice League is at the mercy of the Batman Who Laughs. Humanity struggles to survive in a hellish landscape twisted beyond...

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