I admit it: I *HATE* the use of the term Trinity to identify the three most popular members of the Justice League of America, especially in anything not written by Kurt Busiek.  Still, there are things that irk me more, like the insistence on pitting Marvel characters against DC characters in every aspect of comics and movies.  So, I figure, why not steer into the skid and combine the two?  Given that Marvel has likewise leaned into a primary triple at the core of the Avengers, the Battle of the Trinities should be pretty even, leading to today’s triple-threat query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) thinks that, as with most of these battles, it’s going to come down to whether Captain America or Wonder Woman comes to their senses first, asking: In the Battle of the Trinities, do you choose Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman or Iron Man, Captain America and Thor?


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1 Comment

  1. Jarmo Seppänen on

    I depends on what versions of these characters are involved. I decided its going to be DC team. Their two strongest are are more consistently powerful.

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