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Afre reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #5 Nov 17, 2020
3.0

I don't get it.

I understand little to nothing what happened in this issue. It is so stupid and over-the-top I don't know should I take this seriously. The art is excellent as always but... what. I haven't read every one-shot there is because there is too many and most of them are bad.

How on earth the two guys who reintroduced me to Batman 7 years ago during their awesome ru more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #5

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Nov 18, 2020

The Darkest Knight has won. With absolute power at the villain’s fingertips, Wonder Woman and the rest of the DC heroes are nothing to him. As the Darkest Knight turns his sights to his true goal, remaking the Multiverse in his image, can Earth’s heroes rally together to make a last stand?

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Danny liked this:
3.0

I would have loved this back in 7th grade.

This is just too much. It feels like all of these past issues has been constant set up and exposition with little happening. The only cool stuff has been in the tie-ins (especially Speed Metal and Multiverse's End).

Snyder tries to fill the book with cool and deep metaphors to add some kind gravity and eloquence to the constant strea more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #5

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Nov 18, 2020

The Darkest Knight has won. With absolute power at the villain’s fingertips, Wonder Woman and the rest of the DC heroes are nothing to him. As the Darkest Knight turns his sights to his true goal, remaking the Multiverse in his image, can Earth’s heroes rally together to make a last stand?

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5.0

Both overwhelming and underwhelming at the same time. It’s hard to believe that it was written by the same Scott Snyder who wrote The Court of Owls.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #5

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Nov 18, 2020

The Darkest Knight has won. With absolute power at the villain’s fingertips, Wonder Woman and the rest of the DC heroes are nothing to him. As the Darkest Knight turns his sights to his true goal, remaking the Multiverse in his image, can Earth’s heroes rally together to make a last stand?

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Danny reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #5 Nov 17, 2020
3.5

Cons: Too much exposition (Scott should've opted to write a novel) and Lex feels rushed. The writing is just absurd, man. No way this series should've been 7 issues. This should've been 12 issues at least (with no tie-ins).

Pros: Last few pages are pretty awesome (but it all hinges on how the next issue will look like). But, overall, Capullo's pencils are OK--but that's only because Sny more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #5

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Nov 18, 2020

The Darkest Knight has won. With absolute power at the villain’s fingertips, Wonder Woman and the rest of the DC heroes are nothing to him. As the Darkest Knight turns his sights to his true goal, remaking the Multiverse in his image, can Earth’s heroes rally together to make a last stand?

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Danny rated Batman: Three Jokers #3 Oct 27, 2020
10

Batman: Three Jokers #3

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Oct 28, 2020

The final chapter of the most terrifying and personal Batman mystery is here!
Still reeling from their last encounter with the three Jokers, Batman, Batgirl, and Red Hood discover the terrible truth about the Three Jokers’ plot. Will the caped crusaders have the strength needed to put an end to the maniacal menaces’ master plan once and ...

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3.0

This is hot shit.

Tusk Darkseid makes me want to stop reading comics.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #4

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Oct 14, 2020

Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman are trapped in nightmare worlds within the Dark Multiverse! They’ll need to face down their fiercest foes once again if they hope to accomplish their mission and bring back a power capable of stopping the Darkest Knight. But what horrors has he unleased on Earth while they’ve been locked away?!

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Afre reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #4 Oct 13, 2020
4.0

It feels so messy. I really don't like the idea how DC makes more and more one-shots that are required to read so that you understand the main book. Why not make them part of the main series?

I don't know what happened to Snyder. I really liked Metal but I really dislike this "EXTREME EPIC METAL WITH WTF MOMENTS AND CRISIS AND WATCHMEN". This book clearly tries too hard and fails misera more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #4

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Oct 14, 2020

Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman are trapped in nightmare worlds within the Dark Multiverse! They’ll need to face down their fiercest foes once again if they hope to accomplish their mission and bring back a power capable of stopping the Darkest Knight. But what horrors has he unleased on Earth while they’ve been locked away?!

Danny reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #4 Oct 12, 2020
3.0

This just might be the most heinous event story out of DC lore.

Scott, what happened?

Dark Nights: Death Metal #4

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Oct 14, 2020

Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman are trapped in nightmare worlds within the Dark Multiverse! They’ll need to face down their fiercest foes once again if they hope to accomplish their mission and bring back a power capable of stopping the Darkest Knight. But what horrors has he unleased on Earth while they’ve been locked away?!

Danny reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #2 Sep 29, 2020
10

The best song to listen to while reading this is 'Harmonielehre: II. The Anfortas Wound' -- this entire issue is drenched with eeriness. Best to read on a rainy night, with the lights off, a lamplight on... Chilling.

Batman: Three Jokers #2

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Sep 30, 2020

As Batman and Batgirl follow an unexpected thread linking the three Jokers with someone from the Dark Knight’s past, Red Hood dives headfirst into trouble and finds himself struggling to stay afloat without the aid of his allies.
Batman: Three Jokers continues its trajectory as the ultimate examination of The Joker and his never-ending con...

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Danny reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #1 Aug 25, 2020
10

The ominous tone set by Geoff Johns and the cinematic work done by Fabok, paired with the nauseating color palette of Brad Anderon... This is a daunting comic to approach. It has an almost scholarly feel to it--like this is a culmination to Batman's long and bloody history with Joker, which includes Jason and Barbra, fittingly. At its core, it's an examination of trauma done right *cough* Tom King more

Batman: Three Jokers #1

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite...

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Danny commented on this:
5.0

Look, i get that the point of this event is to be crazy camp for the sake of it, but a lot of the writing and concepts are just so fucking bad. The whole New Apokolips scene triggered me immensely because Scott Snyder clearly didn't understand Final Crisis and blatantly messed up one of the climaxes of the book (Batman vs Darkseid). The Anti-Life Great Death Drive was stupid as hell, Darkfather is more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Aug 12, 2020

All aboard! When the Justice League launches its assault on New Apokolips, the team’s goal is to free Superman from his solar prison. But it’s all going off the rails when they learn that the Man of Steel is gone for good thanks to the Anti-Life Equation. Plus, the deep secret of the Darkest Knight is revealed-but how much darker could the Batm...

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Danny - Aug 11, 2020

*dialogue

myconius - Aug 15, 2020

i'm glad someone else picked up on Snyder's flub in his Final Crisis reference.

Danny reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #3 Aug 10, 2020
3.0

“Fool me once, strike one. But fool me twice...strike three.” - Michael Scott. Yeah, I should have stopped with the event back when I rolled my eyes upon seeing the last panel of Issue 1. I have this impression that this isn’t Snyder’s story at all–that someone from the top is pushing this down his throat. This just doesn’t feel like the Scott Snyder I grew up admiring back when he wro more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Aug 12, 2020

All aboard! When the Justice League launches its assault on New Apokolips, the team’s goal is to free Superman from his solar prison. But it’s all going off the rails when they learn that the Man of Steel is gone for good thanks to the Anti-Life Equation. Plus, the deep secret of the Darkest Knight is revealed-but how much darker could the Batm...

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Superheroes for Hire - Oct 4, 2020

Your answer to Scott Snyder lies in the fact that he's going mostly independent after this. Clearly he is not writing this series based on any ownership in the ongoing narrative after this series ends. He isn't going to be the Justice League ongoing writer like after Metal. He isn't going to be a character book writer like for Batman. This was supposed to be basically the whacky conclusion to his splintered version of the DC Universe.

Superheroes for Hire - Oct 4, 2020

DC editorial convinced him to make this "count" so they could try another patch on their broken continuity. I still don't think any of this will really matter going forward. That's always just the buzz word these companies tell you to get your buy-in to huge costly events. "Read this. It changes everything." I only bought issue 1 out of morbid curiosity, and I wasn't enticed to read further.

Danny reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #2 Jul 14, 2020
7.0

The series is seriously treading through some ground I'm not sure I'm comfortable with. On one hand, there's the JSA (who are there only for a few freakin' pages and then, once again, vanish without giving Wonder Woman any advice) but on the other hand, DC is (yet again) taking something of elegant design (Dr. Manhattan) and using it as a plot device to bolster the BWL's power. I mean, dude? Doesn more

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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10

If this is really the end of snyder and capullo on Batman, I must say bravo. I loved it, Snyder may have fallen off the wagon since metal with batman, but this series cemented at least for me, his love and great knowledge of the character. It's about Batman being human and not an automaton, cough cough Tom king. Batman is not a depressed maniac who fights an endless war on crime, he is happy, h more

Batman: Last Knight on Earth #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Dec 18, 2019

Gotham City has been remade. Omega reigns supreme. Can Batman finally accomplish what no other hero has and free the world from his dark reflection's shadow? Or is it too late for the recreated Caped Crusader?

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allenquanobi - Dec 19, 2019

the batman at the end of this story is not a depressed maniac. omega can say he's the real batman, but for me at least after reading this story, the batman that defeats him is the true batman that snyder is pushing for, I like to not take dialogue too directly or seriously, so when omega said no I'm the real bruce wayne, i just thought that was a clever twist. It's similar to what the movie Logan and Superman 3 did by literally having a clone of the character fight the main character.

Darkseid24 - Dec 22, 2019

The Batman in the end was just a clone & who knows Maybe this Batman will end up like the real one at some point as well. So nobody is mind controlled anymore right?

Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #12 Dec 14, 2019
10

What, you want to know why I gave it a 10? Read it yourself first :) This is a once-in-a-lifetime type deal that deserves your attention only. In other words, stay off of everything until you get your hands on this issue. After the biblical confrontation at the end of issue 11, this issue will... Nevermind.

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Doomsday Clock #12

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 18, 2019

This is it! The final showdown between Dr. Manhattan and Superman shakes up the DC Universe to its very core! But can even the Man of Steel walk out from the shadow of Manhattan?

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Danny - Dec 17, 2019

Yeah, sorry >.< I'm normally open about my opinion but when it comes to something that's been under the works for a long time I tend to suck at it, honestly. I don't want to ruin people's perception or expectations about it...

allenquanobi - Dec 18, 2019

No worries just was trying to gauge people's opinions before I got the book myself :D

Danny reviewed Batman: Last Knight on Earth #3 Dec 17, 2019
10

To give you a scope regarding the deeply intense intimacy found in this issue: Re-read issue 51 of Scott Snyder's run (if you can) and then read this monster. It's a fully-fledged swan song celebrating Snyder's run, Batman + Joker, DC, and superheroes in general. And that's the tip of the iceberg because I don't know where to even begin concerning Greg's insane pencil-work. Then you have the color more

Batman: Last Knight on Earth #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Dec 18, 2019

Gotham City has been remade. Omega reigns supreme. Can Batman finally accomplish what no other hero has and free the world from his dark reflection's shadow? Or is it too late for the recreated Caped Crusader?

Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #11 Sep 2, 2019
10

A detailed and SPOILER-FREE Review

The issue debates the forces of faith and disbelief. I haven't seen a world brimmed with so much darkness since Moore's Watchmen. This isn't what DC stands for BUT that's what Johns WANTS us to see. His thesis in this issue is that superheroes are there to breathe through that darkness, that is, to inspire; and it's up to us whether to have faith in th more

Doomsday Clock #11

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Sep 4, 2019

The critically acclaimed series by the renowned team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank marches toward its conclusion. In this penultimate issue, the truth behind "Rebirth" is revealed as Batman searches for the one person he believes can help him save the world...Rorschach!

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Arslan corner - Sep 7, 2019

Humm... Interesting. Its kinda funny though, due to this issue some are quite scared about the Final issue. I Hope Geoff johns delivers a proper conclusion.

Danny - Sep 7, 2019

Like I said in my review:" I have faith that Johns will deliver in issue 12 and if he doesn't, well, read the quote by Theodore Roosevelt, the one that appears at the end of issue 3 of Doomsday Clock. Whatever happens in issue 12 Johns can go to the grave being the one writer to have dared. That's his ace in the hole." Issue 12 is slated for this Nov. We'll just have to wait and see.

Danny reviewed Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1 May 28, 2019
10

This shit is bonkers.

Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: May 29, 2019

Bruce Wayne wakes up in Arkham Asylum. Young. Sane.
And...he was never Batman.
So begins this sprawling tale of the Dark Knight as he embarks on a quest through a devastated DC landscape featuring a massive cast of familiar faces from the DC Universe. As he tries to piece together the mystery of his past, he must unravel the cause of this t...

Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #10 May 28, 2019
10

Spoiler-Free Review

Wally West said--in the DC Rebirth one-shot special--that "there's going to be a war between hope and despair. Love and apathy. Faith and disbelief." The last three issues of Doomsday Clock, I think, are going touch on that war, that conversation (finally). After the epic battle that took place in Doomsday Clock #9, it seems fitting now to tackle the very essence of more

Doomsday Clock #10

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: May 29, 2019

This stunning issue of the critically acclaimed hit maxiseries reveals the secrets behind Dr. Manhattan and his connection to the DC Universe.

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Superheroes for Hire - May 30, 2019

I seriously was worried when Doomsday Clock was announced that we were going to get a Watchmen vs Justice League fight. But then Geoff Johns promised that we were instead going to get a philosophical war of words between Manhattan and Superman. This issue set the field for that confrontation.

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mrDovydas reviewed Doomsday Clock #9 Mar 6, 2019
9.5

After 14 years of waiting, we finally are able to read this issue, and damn it was worth the wait. Both Johns and Frank are at the top of their game, with so much happening. Things are still building, but it's happening, at last. And that one scene where all the heroes are attacking Dr Manhattan? Loved it. This is why I fell in love with comic books.

Doomsday Clock #9

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Mar 6, 2019

The critically acclaimed series by master storytellers Geoff Johns and Gary Frank reaches its most shocking chapter yet when the DC Universe collides with its greatest threat: Dr. Manhattan. But nothing is hidden from Manhattan, and the secrets of the past, present and future will rock the very foundation of the DC Universe.

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Danny - Mar 6, 2019

That is one creepy Captain America. Where is that from?

SONOFBATMANN - Mar 6, 2019

@Danny Secret Empire

Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #9 Mar 5, 2019
10

Non-spoiler review...

Issues 1 - 4 = Act 1
Issues 5 - 8 = Act 2

Welcome to Act 3, where Dr. Manhattan and every DCU hero imaginable (not exaggerating) head to Mars (not a spoiler since it's in the variant cover) to confront him. Some of you who are die-hard DC fans are going to get emotional, I think. I mean, these are heroes you love and have a deep attachment to. So w more

Doomsday Clock #9

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Mar 6, 2019

The critically acclaimed series by master storytellers Geoff Johns and Gary Frank reaches its most shocking chapter yet when the DC Universe collides with its greatest threat: Dr. Manhattan. But nothing is hidden from Manhattan, and the secrets of the past, present and future will rock the very foundation of the DC Universe.

Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #4 Dec 4, 2018
10

Beautiful character study.

Doomsday Clock #4

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Mar 28, 2018

The series you thought you'd never see reaches its fourth issue with a shocking revelation about the aftermath of Ozymandias' actions and how they reach into even the darkest corners of the DC Universe. Don't miss the latest chapter by the acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank!

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Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #6 Dec 4, 2018
10

A very deep character study.

Doomsday Clock #6

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Jul 25, 2018

The critically acclaimed super star team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank continue this groundbreaking event as the Mime and the Marionette take center stage in DOOMSDAY CLOCK #6.  

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Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #7 Dec 4, 2018
10

Straight fire this is.

Doomsday Clock #7

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Sep 26, 2018

The critically acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank continue the groundbreaking miniseries bringing the world of WATCHMEN to DC. In this chapter, the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's curiosity with the DC Universe is revealed as the planet teeters on the edge of the Super-War.

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Danny reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 4, 2018
10

This is a Superman issue through and through and by gosh does Geoff and Gary pull through. Take all the time guys. This is quality stuff. Inspiring.

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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