Monday, June 19, 2017

Looking Forward To Seeing What This Is All About

Announced this morning by DC Entertainment, each of the issues will feature “a different, corrupted version of Batman spawned from the Dark Multiverse to wreak havoc on Earth.” The news follows the release this week of Dark Days: The Forge, an oversize one-shot that teases a secret history of the DC Universe, and lays the foundation for July’s Dark Days: The Casting, and Dark Nights: Metal, the August-debuting miniseries by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo.

The series of Dark Knight one-shots debuts Sept. 20 with Batman: The Red Death #1, by writer Joshua Williamson and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico; followed Sept. 2y by Batman: The Murder Machine #1 by Frank Tieri and Ricardo Federici; Oct. 4 by Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1 by Sam Humphries and Ethan Van Sciver; Oct. 18 by Batman: The Drowned #1, by Dan Abnett and Philip Tan; Oct. 25 by Batman: The Merciless #1, by Peter J. Tomasi and Francis Manapul; Nov. 1 by Batman: The Devastator #1; and Nov. 15 by The Batman Who Laughs. The creative teams for the final two one-shots weren’t revealed.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Is there a Light Multiverse that can cough up some good guys for a change?

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

What fun would that be. I thought you like all the ennui. Tiny Titans might be for you. It's a cute all ages book.

nolan said...

None of these batmen would hesitate to put the joker down. Permanently.
No sending him back to arkham with a slapped wrist (for the bajillionth time).

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

I hear you. Batman v Joker is so played out.