SDCC 2017, Post Dark Nights Metal & DC Comics Rebirth Spoilers: All 7 Dark Matter Ongoing Series & Their Master Class Artists

SDCC 2017, Post Dark Nights Metal and DC Comics Rebirth Spoilers for Dark Matter follows.

After San Diego Comic Con 2017 (SDCC 2017) here are your now 7 Master Class artists and the 7 ongoing Dark Matter series, spinning out of Dark Nights Metal, over the Fall 2017.

DC Comics also issued a news release to highlight the growth, importance and impact of the Dark Matter line and its Master Class of artists pairing with top writers.

      SDCC: DC REVEALS MORE METAL AND MORE DARK MATTER AT THE HEART OF THE DCU

      The team behind 2017’s hottest event, DARK NIGHTS: METAL, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, were joined by DARK MATTER contributors Jim Lee, Phillip Tan, James Tynion IV and Robert Venditti in this revealing hour of comics!

      “What excites me most about our blockbuster event METAL is that it takes full advantage of the talent and vision of the creative teams working at DC right now,” said panel moderator and DC Publisher Dan DiDio. “DARK DAYS leads to DARK NIGHTS, and DARK NIGHTS leads to DARK MATTER. Everyone on stage here today, as well as the teams back at home working on their books, is bringing the power and energy expected from superhero storytelling to the pages of these new titles.”

      Characters and stories from each of the DARK MATTER books will be plotted throughout METAL, which Snyder described as “if Frazetta and Jack Kirby had a baby to a heavy metal soundtrack, METAL is that event. Battle armor, dinosaurs, robots. It’s really meant to be a celebration of comics and is a thank you to you the fans, honestly. We’re going all out.”

      During the panel DiDio revealed that, in addition to the titles announced earlier this year at C2E2, DC would be publishing additional titles under the upcoming DARK MATTER banner. New artwork for BRIMSTONE and THE TERRIFICS was shown, in addition to key artwork for THE SILENCER, SIDEWAYS, IMMORTAL MEN, DAMAGE, and NEW CHALLENGERS.

      While artwork for THE TERRIFICS was on screen, DiDio pulled a surprise guest, writer Jeff Lemire, on stage to join the panelists. Lemire will make his return to DC with the title in 2018.

Which ones do you think you’ll pick up or at least sample?

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