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Batman: The Murder Machine #1

Batman The Murder Machine As the events of DARK NIGHTS METAL rock the DC Universe the creatures of the Dark Multiverse stand ready to invade our world How can even the World s Greatest Heroes stop a horde of deadly beings tha

  • Title: Batman: The Murder Machine #1
  • Author: Frank Tieri Riccardo Federici Rain Beredo James Tynion IV
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As the events of DARK NIGHTS METAL rock the DC Universe, the creatures of the Dark Multiverse stand ready to invade our world How can even the World s Greatest Heroes stop a horde of deadly beings that appear to be powerful, nightmare versions of familiar figures Find out in these special tie in issues

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    1. Tie-in comics in my experience have a reputation of far from being good compared with the main events. Snyder's main Court and City of Owls were overwhelmingly good while the Night of the Owls tie-in stories were just mediocre with some truly standing out (like Nightwing's Gray Son of Gotham). So aside from having a delicious collection of foil-covered evil Batmen origin stories, there's really none I expect these comics would be, but so far the issues are surprisingly great and super enjoyable. [...]




    2. Melhor arte de Metal até agora, e uma puta história dark pra cacete, ta no padrão de qualidade que o evento ta tendo até agora.


    3. Another great tie-in! At first I thought it would be kind of lame to have dark Batman-esque versions of all the league characters but I'm loving each backstory of the dark knights and how they fit into the event. Can't wait for the Supes one!!! I'm hoping its the massive Doomsday looking guy!! :D


    4. These tie-ins make more sense to me than the actual Metal miniseries right now. They're also dark as hell. I handed them over to my co-worker with a "Holy crap, do not blame me for this" look.


    5. Very off-beat, but one of the really good Dark Metal spin-off stories. This Dark Universe is taking us down a strange dark path. Fun to be along for the ride.


    6. Well, how can anyone defeat Batman, really? Cyborg sure as hell can’t. Who is he kidding? Especially with crazyass virtual Alfred going around? So easy to exploit the Victor within the cyborg. I liked the Red Death story a lot more, but this ain’t bad.


    7. That art was beautifully stunning. Just gorgeous. Again, as an Elseworld story, it was pretty darned good. I'd say that I called the "reveal" at the end. But I don't think it's done, yet. I think that's coming back in the series.


    8. I haven't read Cyborg before this so I'm not familiar with his story. But I liked Murder Machine. It wasn't as good as other parts of the story, but after rereading it I liked more than my first time through.


    9. Things are starting to make sense, and I really like the darkness of this arc. Too many people today are caught up on making hero arcs lighter, and I simply ask, “why?”.




    10. A twisted metal mish mash of Batman, Elseworlds & DC Crisis.The death of Alfred and the birth of the Alfred Protocol. Turns Bruce Wayne into BatBorg.


    11. I'm really digging the tie-ins to the Metal series thus far. They aren't a necessary, but they're super enjoyable. They weren't kidding when they said this was going to be an event, and it really is, dark and strange and twisted and so much fun.


    12. This one shot, unlike some of the others I have read isn't reallyan origin, but a comic to show the destruction the murder machine had caused. I actually enjoyed this one quite a bit more than the previous one shot. It was in a sense, more powerful and just moreentertaining. The whole plot with Alfred, Victor and Bruce Wayne is pretty well done and I actually liked the flash backs. I have twonitpicks with this comic. I do feel like the Red Death and the MurderMachine have no difference in charac [...]


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