Dark Knights of the Soul


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When DC Comics titled their latest crossover event Dark Knights: Death Metal, readers knew to expect something extreme. And boy, did they deliver. Each issue of the seven-part main story comes in a foil-embossed cover, emblazoned with a hard-rocking image: Wonder Woman in a golden crown and wielding a shimmering chainsaw; Superman with flowing locks (no, not the Super-Mullet) and a sleeveless shirt showing off his new rocky right arm; and Batman sporting a spiked leather jacket and a chain-link utility belt. 

Despite its foreboding title, Dark Knights: Death Metal tells a hopeful tale, a super-heroic testament to accepting your failures.

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