The Nightmare Batmen have descended to Earth from the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL. Against an army of Dark Knights, can members of the Justice League, Teen Titans and Suicide Squad come together to form a resistance to stop them?The Justice League has scattered around the world to find the only artifacts that can fight back against the invasion of the Dark Multiverse. The League thinks they know how to take back their world, but they are not prepared for who is standing in their way: the Seven Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse. All the brilliance of Batman, but combinedwith the powers of the Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg and more... and none of the morals.The shocking events of METAL have transformed Gotham City into a mosaic of fantastical realms full of monsters, magic and doom An SOS from Dick Grayson sends Robin back to Gotham to find a number of hometown heroes (and anti-heroes) including Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Black Canary and Green Arrow all trapped in a labyrinth of ma...
|Title||:||Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance (Dark Nights: Metal — Collected Editions #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance (Dark Nights: Metal — Collected Editions #2) Reviews
The art was very good. The world building and characters were solid. And these issues actually mattered to the overall Dark Nights Metal story. I just didn't enjoy it as much as the previous volume of the series.
Unlike a lot of these types of tie-ins to comic book events, these actually expand the Metal story in a meaningful way. One should definitely read this volume to have a full understanding of the Metal event, but in the order they were published. "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Nightwing #29, Suicide Squad #26, Green Arrow #32) takes place between Metal #2 and #3, while "Bats Out of Hell" (The Flash #33, Justice League #32, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #32, Justice League #33) and ...more
The Dark Nights: Metal event isn't good enough to necessitate the number of pages it received. This volume collects two storyline tie-ins, neither of which is necessary to understanding the main story nor interesting enough on its own to make it required reading. Very skippable, even if you are checking out the main Metal book.
I received a preview copy of this book from NetGalley.
For tie-ins this is pretty fantastic.
World: The art is mostly very good, the artists from the respective series takes on the role and the design of the 'Dark Nights Metal' world is pretty fantastic so yeah it's good. The world building is pretty good, with the Dante's Inferno homage, the Bat villains in each ring, the stakes being high and bits and pieces of the greater 'Dark Nights Metal' world building being a part of this tie in, I'm surprised how much these issues mattered.
Story: There are 2 ...more
I received an ARC copy of this book. What follows is an honest review.
Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance. is like most graphic novels a collection of comics that were published then put into a book. It ties with with the Dark Night Series of graphic novels. In Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition we get the story of Batman bringing over Multiverse versions of himself. They represent various members of his companions (Justice League) and his enemies but each are a dark side of the Batman. With thi ...more
3 1/2 Stars.
I received a copy of Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance collects all of the tie-ins leftover from the Dark Metal plotline. Because they’re bouncing from series to series, the art style changes and things feel a bit less organized than if it was an enclosed event.
This volume contains the stories that appeared in The Flash, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, Justice League, Teen Titans ...more
Enjoyed this side story to Dark Nights: Metal—it fleshes out moments mentioned briefly in the main story, and adds a wicked cool villain-sidekick to boot. Read in single issues during the 2017 DC Comics “Dark Nights: Metal” run.
This really didn't work as a collection. There is no real narrative arc, just a bunch of stories set during the Metal event without context. I felt like some of the issues included should have been in the main Metal collection to provide a lot of critical information.