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Wonder Woman #50 Review

Written by James Robinson Art by Stephen Sogovia, Jesus Merino, Andy Owens, Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr. and Chris Sotomayor James Robinson's Dark Gods...

Plastic Man #1

Written by Gail Simone Art by Adriana Melo Colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick Letters by Simon Bowland From his Mysterious Return in Metal to his grand entrance in The Terrifics, Plastic...

Hawkman #1

Written by Robert Venditti Art by Bryan Hitch & Andrew Currie Colors by Alex Sinclair Letters by Starkings & Comicraft Soaring his way from Dark Nights Metal &...

The Dark Knights Rising: Wild Hunt #1 Review

This issue is intense and complex, with plot twists and surprises you won't expect, married with art that stands out as some out best yet. The reader will be drawn into this issue very much and be clambering for more by the end.

Sideways #1 Review

While I am all for originallity and bringing new characters into the DC Universe and bringing something fresh, this first issue was a bit weak on writing.

Dark Nights Metal #4 Review

Dark Nights: Metal #4 Written by: Scott Snyder Art by: Greg Capullo Colored by: FCO Plascencia  Dark Nights: Metal #4 is here; ending the 2 month gap from...

Dark Nights: The Batman Who Laughs #1

This was the best out of all the one shots for DC Metal.  James Tynion IV knows how to write the Joker and this is further proof of that.

Batman: Lost #1 Review

This book may come at a $4.99 price tag, but I believe it is definitely worth it. Batman: Lost has been one the better tie-ins to Metal, so pick it up and enjoy the awesome story. 

Batman: The Devastator #1 Review

Batman: The Devastator #1 works on a lot of different levels, but the driving force behind this book is the emotionally charged story Tieri and Tynion crafted to shed light on the motives of this Batman/Doomsday hybrid.

Batman: The Merciless #1 Review

Tomasi and Manapul put together yet another great Dark Night Metal tie-in. While I would have like to have seen more of the aftermath of Batman's corruption, this issue carries the same message the other tie-ins have: these Batmen are twisted, corrupt, and legitimate threatening, but they're pretty dang cool too.

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