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Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Dark Nights Metal #1 review

So, I’m starting to suspect that people think I don’t like Dark Nights: Death Metal. Honestly, I’m not sure what gave it away. Do you...

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Secret Origin #1 review

I’d like to apologize for the tardiness of this review. I’ve sat on this comic for a few days now, just thinking about the...

Dark Nights: Death Metal Robin King #1 review

It’s 12am, October 21st, and a man with more hair than dignity sits at his desk, typing away at his Justice League review. He’s...

Dark Nights: Death Metal Speed Metal #1 review

You know, those of you who follow me on Twitter (so like, two people), know that I’m pretty unhappy with my day job. While living...

Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen #4 review

It’s been a long journey to the point Hell Arisen #4 brings us to. With several miniseries, tie-in issues and crossovers galore, the main...

Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo Tease their Next Comic Event!

Justice League #39 concluded the Justice/Doom War with a surprising reveal about the fate of the DC Universe going forward - but anyone who's read...

Batman Who Laughs & Robin Minions Deluxe Statue review

Completing DC Collectibles’ DARK NIGHTS: METAL statue line, the final epic piece features the Batman Who Laughs and Robin minions! Standing tall and imposing,...

DC Collectibles Batman Black & White: The Batman Who Laughs 2nd Edition review

Ripped from the pages of DARK NIGHTS: METAL comes the Batman Who Laughs, a striking version of the Caped Crusader who makes nightmares shudder. The BATMAN BLACK...

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