Dark Nights Metal: The Resistance

Dark Nights Metal: The Resistance

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Dark Nights Metal: The Resistance

Softcover 236 pp

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Collects Teen Titans (2016 6th Series) #12, Nightwing (2016) #29, Suicide Squad (2016 5th Series) #26, Green Arrow (2016 5th Series) #32, Batman Lost (2017), Flash (2016 5th Series) #33, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps (2016) #32, Justice League (2016) #32-33 and Hawkman Found (2017 DC)

The alternate, twisted versions of Batman, the Seven Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse, are hunting the Justice League as the Leaguers attempt to locate artifacts that might protect Earth. One by one, Flash and Steel, Wonder Woman and Doctor Fate, Green Lantern and Mister Terrific, Aquaman and Deathstroke must face the Nightmare Batmen.

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.

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  • 978-1-401-28298-1
  • 9781401282981-52499

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has rated36/5/2019

En primer lugar he de decir que este tomo no lo he leído unitariamente, ni de cabo a rabo, sino mezclando los números con el resto de "Metal" según el orden de lectura del evento completo. El tomo incluye "The Resistance" que para mí es mejor que "Bats Out of Hell" por varios motivos. Primero porque funciona mejor como crossover y segundo porque a pesar de su argumento tipo arcade (cada número es un nivel con un malo de fase al final) es una historia muy entretenida. En cuanto a su importancia, en ella se hace un descubrimiento que condicionará todo lo que la JLA hará a continuación. En cuanto a "Bats Out of Hell" el problema que le pongo es que cada número va un poco a su aire, especialmente el de Green Lantern, y se pierde un poco la narrativa. Sin embargo, no está para nada mal. Finalmente, "Hawkman: Found" es un buen complemento a la historia general.

has rated512/11/2018

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