Dark Nights: Death Metal Omnibus

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Dark Nights: Death Metal Omnibus

Dark Nights: Death Metal Omnibus

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The question really becomes whether or not you need the full Grant Morrison Batman run to understand The Return of Bruce Wayne. While I’d recommend it, all you need for the purposes of Metal is the knowledge that Bruce Wayne gets shot through time in Final Crisis , and needs to find a way to return. Collects Dark Nights: Death Metal Infinite Hour Exxxtreme! #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Robin King #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Rise of the New God #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal The Multiverse Who Laughs #1, and Dark Nights: Death Metal The Secret Origin #1. Batman: The Red Death #1, Batman: The Devastator #1, Batman: The Merciless #1, Batman: The Murder Machine #1, Batman: The Drowned #1, Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1, The Batman Who Laughs (vol. 1) #1, Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1 Evil Dark Knights from the multiverse have risen! Only Batman and the world's greatest superheroes can save the multiverse! Get the entire Dark Nights Metal epic in one heart-pounding collection. Batman has uncovered one of the lost mysteries of the universe ... one that could destroy the very fabric of the DC Universe! He'll wage war against diabolical Dark Knights across the multiverse and come face-to-face with The Batman Who Laughs. These are the dark corners of reality that have never been seen till now! The Dark Multiverse is revealed in all its devastating danger-and the threats it contains are coming for the DC Universe! Can Batman and his allies save the Multiverse from total darkness? This epic omnibus contains the entire Dark Nights: Metal saga"--

There have been a number of odes to the DC work of Grant Morrison throughout Metal, but nothing more than Batman Lost. You need approximately 7 PHDs in DC-ology to appreciate Batman Lost, and while this will be off-putting to many, the furious pilgrimage through Batman history is an essential part of understanding Metal. Collects Dark Nights: Death Metal #1-7, Dark Nights: Death Metal Guidebook #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Infinite Hour Exxxtreme! #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Legends of the Dark Knights #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Multiverse’s End #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Rise of the New God #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Robin King #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last 52: War of the Multiverses #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal The Multiverse Who Laughs #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal The Secret Origin #1, Dark Nights: Death Metal Trinity Crisis #1, and Justice League #53-57. Dandeneau, Jim (February 12, 2022). "What Does Dark Crisis Mean for the DC Universe?". Den of Geek . Retrieved 2023-08-08.Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #32 by Robert Venditti, Ethan Van Sciver, Liam Sharp, Jason Wright

The Casting” continues the exciting stage setting of “The Forge,” and has me insanely pumped for DC Metal! DARK MULTIVERSE INVADES! I find the decision to release Batman & The Signal #1 prior to Metal #5 and Metal #6 extremely confusing. The issue clearly occurs in the aftermath of Metal. What was the rush to release this new series? The odd scheduling brings to mind Marvel releasing their All-New All-Different lineup prior to the conclusion of Secret Wars, semi-spoiling the outcome in the process. Peter Milligan, Kieron Dwyer, and Jim Aparo’s work on “Dark Knight, Dark City” has been directly referenced in the tie-in issue Batman Lost , and will help explain the early 90’s origins of Metal’s big bad. This story is included primarily for Batman obsessives and completists! The following month, DC announced Batman: Lost written by Scott Snyder with art by Olivier Coipel and Bengal. Snyder states, "the single issue story will strand Batman alone in the Dark Multiverse, where he will face his greatest fears." [7] This epic omnibus contains the entire Dark Nights: Metal saga, including Dark Nights: Metal #1-6, tie-in stories from Dark Days: The Forge #1, Dark Days: The Casting #1, Batman: The Red Death #1, Batman: The Devastator #1, Batman: The Merciless #1, Batman: The Murder Machine #1, Batman: The Drowned #1, Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1, Dark Nights: The Batman Who Laughs #1, Batman: Lost #1, Hawkman: Found #1, Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1, Nightwing #29, The Flash #33, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #32, Green Arrow #32, Suicide Squad #26, Teen Titans #12, and Justice League #32-33.Collects: Batman: The Red Death #1, Batman: The Devastator #1, Batman: The Merciless #1, Batman: The Murder Machine #1, Batman: The Drowned #1, Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1, The Batman Who Laughs #1, Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1

It’s not included in the collection details, but I would also argue that Detective Comics #959 is a good prelude to the “Dark Days” issues. Justice League: No Justice– A miniseries dealing with the consequences of the Dark Nights: Metal Event. Justice League #32–33 by Robert Venditti, Joshua Williamson, Liam Sharp, Tyler Kirkham, Mikel Janin, Adam Brown, Arif Prianto, Jeromy Cox In all honesty, Metal dives heavily into DC continuity, and as a fan of long and rich comic book universe histories, I’m head over heels in love.

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The story involves Batman discovering a Dark Multiverse that exists beneath the core DC multiverse. It is revealed that both multiverses are connected through mysterious metals that Batman has encountered over the years. His investigations eventually result in him releasing seven evil versions of himself from the Dark Multiverse, led by the dark god known as Barbatos, who plans to unleash darkness across every Earth. The Gotham resistance continue to fend off the invasion of the Batman Who Laughs and a Gotham turned inside out.



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