Dark Knights: Metal: The Nightmare Batmen

Dark Knights: Metal: The Nightmare Batmen

From the pages of DARK NIGHTS: METAL, the seven Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse take center stage in these one-shots furthere exploring the Nightmare Batmen from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s epic graphic novel saga!

The Red Death. The Devastator. The Merciless. The Murder Machine. The Drowned. The Dawnbreaker. And the Man Who Laughs. These seven Batmen—seven twisted mirror images of the Dark Knight himself—have been unleashed upon Earth-0 and the Justice League with only one thing on their minds: total devastation. How can the World’s Greatest Heroes stop a horde of deadly beings that appear to be powerful nightmare versions of familiar figures?

Written and illustrated by some of the best creators in the industry, this tie-in graphic novel is a must-have for every fan of DARK NIGHTS: METAL and any BATMAN reader! Collects the following special one-shots: BATMAN: THE RED DEATH #1, BATMAN: THE DEVASTATOR #1, BATMAN: THE MERCILESS #1, BATMAN: THE MURDER MACHINE #1, BATMAN: THE DROWNED #1, BATMAN: THE DAWNBREAKER #1, THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS #1 and
DARK KNIGHTS RISING: THE WILD HUNT #1.

Title:Dark Knights: Metal: The Nightmare Batmen
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401277376
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About Peter J. Tomasi

Peter J. Tomasi is an American comic book writer, best known for his work for DC Comics.


    Dark Knights: Metal: The Nightmare Batmen Reviews

  • Khurram

    “All it takes is one bad day!”That line from the Joker has never been truer. Over the years Batman/Bruce has had a number of “bad days”. Being the hero he is he has always managed to to fight ...

  • Sam Quixote

    Oh thank criminey, it’s over! With this fourth and final book, the nightmarishly tedious event Dark Nights: Metal is complete. And speaking of nightmares, here are the origin stories of The Nightmar...

  • Bookwraiths

    Great omnibus. Loved every page of it. Well, most of it anyway....

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    This volume collects all the one shot origin stories for each of the nightmare Batmen who are part of the Dark Nights: Metal event (except Barbatos himself). It also ends with The Wild Hunt, the one s...

  • James DeSantis

    I read most of these when they came out but the Wild Hunt came out so much later I didn't get to it. Now to rate them all together? If want a bigger review on each chapter of the Dark Knights can read...

  • Wing Kee

    Wow this collection is fantastic.World: The art is great, there are a lot of different artists which normally irks me with the different Nightmare Batmen it allows for more creativity and different to...

  • Shadowdenizen

    Huh. Color me suprised. This was actually GOOD! Compelling and interesting, and way better than the ACTUAL "Metal" mini-series....

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]The breakout stars of Dark Nights: Metal, the Nightmare Batmen, get their own origin story one-shots, all collected here. Plus, the Justice League battles across the Multiverse ...

  • Jesse A

    I'm a big fan of one-shot elseworld/multiverse stuff so this was right up my alley and for the most part it really delivered....

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    3 1/2 Stars. If you’ve been following the hype behind Dark Nights then you’ve surely heard of this series by now. It gives the short version of the origin stories behind the seven most iconic Batm...