Dark Nights: Death Metal

Dark Nights: Death Metal

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Get ready for the earth-shattering encore as writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo, the legendary team behind Dark Nights: Metal and Batman: Last Knight on Earth, reunite for one last tour of DC's Dark Multiverse.

When the DC Universe 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 recognition, while Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman have all been separated and must fight to survive. Along the way, Wonder Woman roars across the horrifying Dark Multiverse landscape in the world's most demented monster truck, with Swamp Thing riding shotgun! And when the Justice League launches its assault on New Apokolips, the team's goal is to free Superman from his solar prison--but it all goes off the rails when they learn that the Man of Steel is gone for good thanks to the Anti-Life Equation. Collects Dark Nights: Death Metal #1-6.

Title:Dark Nights: Death Metal
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781779507945
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    Dark Nights: Death Metal Reviews

  • Chad

    This story is insane and absurd, but as long as you're OK with that it's actually a lot of fun. A lot of the insanity works, I like the Mad Max version of our heroes. Some of it definitely doesn't wor...

  • Khurram

    A big epic story. I liked the artwork and the story but dispite being over 200 pages the book still felt a bit rushed. Maybe I missed something but I did not see the point of Sargent Rocks sermons, I ...

  • Anthony

    I liked this enough to stick with it until the end, but at times a lot of it went over my head. And it seems quite dense. I found the original Metal series to be similar, but with this being the seque...

  • Billy Jepma

    Do you like dense and incomprehensible plots? Do you like a story that can't stand alone without the help of an unknown number of tie-ins? Do you crave stakes that are ill-defined at best? Oh boy, the...

  • saidah

    dnf at issue #3i have lost too many braincells and although the finish line is only 3 issues away, i can't afford to lose more. ...

  • Jason Carpenter

    Ordinarily, if you told me you wanted me to read a book, even a comic book, that contained some of the elements and characters this one does, I would pile that recommendation right alongside one to wa...

  • Matt

    Collects Dark Nights: Death Metal issues #1-7This first issue jumps right into the action, and we are trying to figure out what's happening. I really like the Snyder/Capullo combination, and Snyder ha...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.It all started when Batman was driven by an insurmountable determination to solve one of the greatest mysteries of the DC Universe. Culminating into ...

  • Adam Fisher

    The latest huge, universe altering story from DC couldn't be in better hands than Snyder and Capullo. Everything here shapes the future and unites the past of DC into one giant story.Highlights:- Perp...

  • Dakota Morgan

    Clicking "I'm Finished" in Goodreads felt very cathartic just now. I'm done reading Scott Snyder's Justice League morass. From Dark Nights: Metal to The Batman Who Laughs to Justice League: No Justice...