Dark Nights: Death Metal and DCeased: Dead Planet Set for Reprintings

 

Hot on the heels of the release of it’s second issue, Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 is set for a second printing. Marking the return of the best-selling team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo to the crazy Dark Multiverse world they first introduced in Dark Nights: Metal in 2017, this blockbuster summer event seems to be firing on all cylinders. The second printing of issue #1 will feature he artwork for Greg Capullo’s original cover re-colored on card stock but without the foil stamping that was on the first printing. The second printing is set to arrive in comic shops August 11th.

If there is any book that is hotter than Dark Nights:Death Metal right now, it is DCeased: Dead Planet. The first issue sold out so fast a second printing was already in the works, and now before that second printing has even hit shelves, a third printing is needed to meet demand. A huge success for writer Tom Taylor and artists Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Gaudiano &  Gigi Baldissini. The second printing, which features a black and white version of David Finch’s original cover, will be in comic shops on August 4th along with DCeased: Dead Planet #2. The third printing reaches shelves the following week, August 11th, with a recolored version of that same Finch cover.

 

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