dark nights: metal
New DC Collectibles statue pairs up Batman and baby Darkseid from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Dark Nights: Metal.
Veteran Batman writer Scott Snyder revealed he originally thought the Dark Nights: Metal miniseries wouldn't fare as well as it did.
Justice League #22 reveals all the details of the DC Universe's very first crisis and how it is linked to the goddess Perpetua.
The DC Multiverse just got rocked by the revelation of the Superman from the Sixth Dimension's true identity.
Scott Snyder has indicated there is always a possibility he will pen a sequel to the DC event, Dark Knights: Metal.
Delve into the nightmare behind The Batman Who Laughs and the reasons why he is both the best and worst version of the Dark Knight.
Old Lady Harley #2 may have just introduced a new version of a deadly Batman.
Funko has unveiled a Pop! figure of the Batman Who Laughs, the frightening DC villain who made his debut in the Dark Nights: Metal event series.
DC Collectibles has announced that it will feature a new line of statues based on the evil Batmen of the Dark Nights: Metal event series.
Just over halfway through his 103-issue run on Batman, scribe Tom King teases how Dark Nights: Metal will impact the Caped Crusader's solo series.
Thanks to Metal and Doomsday Clock, the Sandman Universe connects to the DC Universe's biggest mysteries - here's how.
In the aftermath of Dark Nights: Metal, Aquaman's kingdom of Atlantis appears to be headed towards a very big change.
Take a listen to the first track from the Dark Nights: Metal soundtrack, “Red Death,” based on the evil Batman speedster by the same name.
Wonder Woman #46 plants the seeds for the introduction of the DCU's Dark Gods, who make their presence felt after the events of Metal.
Now that the Damage series is heating up, CBR lists 15 things fans need to know about DC's newest Hulk-like character.
The Batman Who Laughs survived the events of Dark Nights: Metal, and now he's got a whole new team of DC heroes to torment - but how, and why?
The events of Dark Nights: Metal have resulted in the creation of a better Multiverse than DC Comics has ever seen.
Dark Nights: Metal ended with a lot of set up towards the future of the DC Universe, so here's everything that happened.
The revelation that No Justice's villains are massive cosmic judges unleashed in Dark Nights: Metal shares a similarity with Marvel Legacy #1.