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Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance Paperback – Illustrated, July 3, 2018
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Elsewhere, Dick Grayson issues an S.O.S., summoning Robin, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Black Canary and Green Arrow to prevent the transformation and terraforming of Gotham City into a twisted mosaic of monsters, magic and doom. When they are trapped in a Riddler-designed maze, all hope may be lost.
And where is Batman during all this? He's trapped in his own private nightmare, reliving portions of his life while confronting Barbatos, the leader of the evil Batmen and the demon that has haunted his dreams.
These direct tie-ins to the Dark Nights: Metal event are created by many of the architects of the modern DC Universe--including writers Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson, Robert Venditti, Jeff Lemire, Benjamin Percy, Tim Seeley and Rob Williams, and artists Howard Porter, Liam Sharp, Ethan Van Sciver, Tyler Kirkham, Mikel Janín, Bryan Hitch, Kevin Nowlan, Mirka Andolfo, Paul Pelletier, Juan Ferreyra, Stjepan Sejic, Doug Mahnke, Yanick Paquette and Jorge Jimenez.
Dark Nights: Metal: The Resistance Collects "Gotham Resistance" (Teen Titans #12, Nightwing #29, Suicide Squad #26, Green Arrow #32) and "Bats Out Of Hell" (The Flash #33, Justice League #32-33, Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps #32), plus Batman Lost #1 and Hawkman Found #1.
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“An exhilarating superhero epic… Metal embraces the grandiosity and playfulness of the past while tapping into deeper themes of family, hope, and redemption.” —A.V. Club
“A lot of greatness in one story.” —Comicosity
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- Publisher : DC Comics; Illustrated edition (July 3, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 128 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1401282989
- ISBN-13 : 978-1401282981
- Item Weight : 15.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.6 x 0.46 x 10.17 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #92,306 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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But, at the end of the day, it's enjoyable. Almost felt like watching the Justice League cartoon again. While Batman and Superman are off during the main events of Metal, the Teen Titans, Suicide Squad and other heroes are facing off with the psychotic Batmen of the dark multiverse in a warped Gotham. The story is contained, the setting is unique, and the creepy gothic vibe is almost more "metal" than the actual "Metal" story (which mostly gets cosmic in the back half). If you liked Metal, I think you'll really like the Resistance, which just shows more of what was happening with the world during the event, and has a fairly direct, easy-to-follow storyline.
Wow. What a work of art Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder have crafted. Take it from a Batman fan. You want to own these 4 books in the Dark Nights series.
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The first 4 issues (Teen Titans #12, Nightwing #29, Suicide Squad #26, and Green Arrow#32), take place right after Batman's disappearance/transformation. Damian, Nighwing, Green Arrow with a couple of unlikely Gotamites form the Resistance taking on powerful version of Batman's rouge gallery. However that is not even the real threat.
Batman: Lost #1. A good story of the mental manipulations out Bruce is going through. His mind is still fighting, but in the face of such powerful enemies and the physical drain it could be just a matter of time. This issues also ties a couple of loose threads left over from the Final Crisis story line.
Bats out of hell, (The Flash #33, Justice League #32 & 33, and Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #32). This is take place during Superman's rescue attempt. This is the actual clashes between the League and the Nightmares. Good issues, good art work, and a good story coming to a tipping point for the main Metal series.
Hawkman: Found #1. Similar to Batman: Lost this Carter Hall's experience of loss, manipulation, and corruption. Another very good story.
A very good companion that fill in the blanks of the main series allowing the other characters more of the spotlight. Easy issue starts with the main issue cover the cover gallery is a full page spread of the variant covers available. A very good series straight after reading it I wanted to read Metal again as the blanks were filled in.