It’s hard to imagine a comics event like DC’s Dark Nights: Metal, which features superhero mecha, bondage Joker Batman from an alternate dimension, and a weaponized infant god, without an absolutely ostentatious soundtrack in your head to go with it. Now it’s going to get one in real life, too.
DC’s next big event, Dark Nights: Metal, is promising to head to some strange places. How strange? “The Justice League clad in ‘90s action figure armor plating fighting in an alien combat arena” strange. And honestly, it sounds kind of great.
DC are planning a few changes to their ongoing series ahead of the Convergence event hitting their titles soon, but according to Batman writer Scott Snyder, the end of the Dark Knight's current arc could transform the character, as well as his ward Robin, in some pretty significant ways.
That was pretty fast. After debuting at New York Comic Con, Wytches has been picked up by Brad Pitt's production company Plan B.
On the opening day of New York Comic Con, Batman and Swamp Thing scribe Scott Snyder caught up with io9 to discuss Death of a Family, a new story about The Joker exacting revenge on the Dark Knight's pals. (Also, The Joker's face has been completely carved off and affixed to his head with a belt. He really must stop…
The character Swamp Thing has gone through many strange metamorphoses over the years. And in author Scott Snyder's current (and enjoyably creepy) story line, Dr. Alec Holland has only reluctantly taken on the mantle of the mossy champion to do battle with a malevolent primordial force known as The Rot.
When writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo took over DC Comics' Batman last autumn, they quickly went to work crafting one of the most phenomenally creepy Bat-tales in recent memory.
At Comic-Con, American Vampire helmsman Scott Snyder gave us the scoop on DC's brand new Batman and Swamp Thing series. According to Snyder, both the Dark Knight and the, ahem, Bayou Bachelor face fates fraught with fright.
At NYCC, we spoke with comic scribe Scott Snyder about his forensically inclined run on Detective Comics. Snyder told us his plans to put Dick Grayson through the psychological wringer and what's next for the bloodsuckers of American Vampire.