This time, I’m not waiting the end of the event. DC Comics had announced the program and there’s no reason for them to change it. That said, I’ll update this page if there’s something new, but it’s not Marvel we are talking about here.
What is Dark Nights: Metal?
Dark Nights: Metal is a Batman Event written by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. The two collaborators are back with a new ambitious story about a mysterious metal and a lot of bat stuffs connected to the origin of the bat persona. No spoilers here !
It builds on elements introduced in Batman: Court of Owls and during the rest of the Snyder/Capullo run on the main bat New 52 series. It started in June and it will continue for a few months, the ending is announced for February. So, bookmark this article if you don’t want to miss anything.
Dark Nights Metal Reading Order:
For now, it’s too early for TPBs, but I’ll add them when they are out. Right now, let’s talk about the event one issue at a time.
- Dark Days: The Forge
- Dark Days: The Casting
- Dark Nights: Metal #1
- Dark Nights: Metal #2
- Teen Titans #12 (Gotham Resistance tie-in)
- Nightwing #29 (Gotham Resistance tie-in)
- Suicide Squad #26 (Gotham Resistance tie-in)
- Green Arrow #32 (Gotham Resistance tie-in)
- Batman The Red Death (tie-in connected to the Flash)
- Batman The Murder Machine (tie-in connected to Cyborg)
- Batman The Dawnbreaker (tie-in connected to Green Lantern)
- Dark Nights: Metal #3
- Batman The Drowned (tie-in connected to Aquaman)
- Batman The Merciless (tie-in connected to Wonder-Woman)
- Batman The Devastator (tie-in connected to Superman)
- The Flash #33 (Bats Out of Hell tie-in)
- Justice League #32 (Bats Out of Hell tie-in)
- Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps #32 (Bats Out of Hell tie-in)
- Batman Lost (tie-in)
- The Batman Who Laughs (tie-in)
- Justice League #33 (Bats Out of Hell tie-in)
- Dark Nights: Metal #4
- Hawkman Found
- Dark Nights: Metal #5
- Dark Nights: Metal #6 (coming 2/14/18)