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Preliminary artwork released from DC’s DARK DAYS: THE FORGE, coming this June

This June, DC will be gearing up for their eagerly-anticipated DARK NIGHTS: METAL event with the first of their two-part prelude, DARK DAYS: THE FORGE, and we have been given an early look at some of the preliminary artwork – including a fairly disturbing (to say the least) Clown Prince of Crime.

DARK DAYS: THE FORGE sees New York Times best-selling writers Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV collaborating with iconic artists Andy Kubert, Jim Lee, and John Romita Jr. on a tale which sees Aquaman, The Flash and more of DC’s pantheon of heroes suspecting Batman of hiding a dark secret that could threaten the very existence of the Multiverse!

Spearheaded by Snyder, DARK NIGHTS: METAL and it’s preludes will expand the DCU as we know it— revealing that the world of our favorite DC characters still has many areas left uncharted. Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman and the rest of the Justice League think they’ve been to every corner of the Multiverse—but a looming threat is coming from a place they never knew existed. Welcome to a crazy, melt-your-face, hard-rock space adventure like you’ve never seen before.

Welcome to the Dark Multiverse.

DARK DAYS: THE FORGE #1 hits shelves on June 14.


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1 Comment on Preliminary artwork released from DC’s DARK DAYS: THE FORGE, coming this June

  1. I’m excited in a way for Dark Knight Metal, but I must admit I’m getting a bit fatigued with all the big comic book that get thrown at us these day. Still, since Rebirth, DC have been riding high, and I’ll probably check it out as – I believe – its going to be a self contained story. I’ve been disappointed with Marvel events recently, especially Civil War II, so I’m not bothering with Secret Empire – not because of the controversies – simply just can’t get excited about that one like I can DC’s Dark Knight Metal.

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