Dark Nights: Metal #3 review

Rock’n Roll, seedy dim lit bars, jukeboxes, and more characters throwing up the sign of the horns than you can shake a stick at. With the first two issues of Metal, we…

Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1 review

What if the indomitable will of Bruce Wayne, rather than promising to avenge his murdered parents, instead received the most powerful weapon in the universe and possessed the ability to avenge them…

Batman: The Murder Machine #1 review

Let’s get this out of the way up front: “the Murder Machine” is a pretty silly name.  And it’s not like the other Dark Knights are being subtle either: Devastator?  Red Death?…

Batman: Red Death #1 review

We get our first spotlight on Metal’s Dark Batmen with Batman: Black Racer Red Death #1. Oh, sorry… Was that telling?   Batman: Red Death is ok. It’s not great, but it’s…

Dark Nights: Metal #2 review

One of the biggest negatives I had while reading the first issue of Dark Nights: Metal, was the sensation that I was missing out by not having previously read all the things…

First look at Dark Nights: Metal #3

Metal #2 hasn’t even come out yet and we already get a look at October’s third issue.  Check the gallery below for a few of Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion’s uncolored pages….