Geoff John’s latest DC comics brain child, Trinity War, comes to an end with the latest issue of Justice League. How does the first event of the New 52 end up in a world where even Valiant is doing company wide crossovers? Find out after the jump! Warning: spoilers below.
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Or – “I Think We Can Be Certain It’s Not Really Final…”
I started to try and write a big clever open, but y’know what?Â
RACCOON WITH A HEAVY MACHINE GUN!!!!!
How am I s’pose to top that?
More of the same isnâ€™t always a good thing
We are now officially month into DCâ€™s year long Trinity event.Â Issue 4 proves Superman is the saviour, Wonder Woman wants victims to save themselves, and Batman can still scare the crap out of people.
Introducing Tarot Girl!
Three weeks in, and readers have been subjected to strange dreams, mystical attacks, and an attack from outer space.Â When a space convict lands on the planet and starts wrecking havoc, who do you call?Â The Trinity?Â Youâ€™d be surprised how many times they appear in this installment.
Challenge of the super friends
Oh boy! Another weekly series from DC! While that exclamation may send shivers up and down the spines of those who struggled through Countdown (to Final Crisis), I have higher hopes for Trinity. Busiek has proven he can tell brilliant super hero stories, and Bagleyâ€™s art is always top notch, but does the second issue hold up to the first?
Are you ready for another weekly series?
DC’s new weekly series TRINITY explodes in an extra-sized debut issue featuring art by fan-favorite Mark Bagley (Ultimate Spider-Man) and Art Thibert with lead stories and dialogue by Kurt Busiek (SUPERMAN, ASTRO CITY)!
The lead feature explores the unusual bond â€” and importance â€” of DC’s top three characters, Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, as a mysterious dream links them together and may prophesy important changes in their trinity!
I’m hoping Trinity is a much different weekly than either Countdown or 52. 52 was great as it was a self contained story, but the “back bone of the DC Universe” that was supposed to be Countdown just didn’t work for me.
What are you more interested in; Trinity or Final Crisis with all its tie-ins?
Busiek, Bagley and inker Art Thibert write and illustrate the lead stories for this series, which begins by exploring the unusual bond â€” and importance â€” of DC’s top three characters, Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, as a mysterious dream links them together and may prophesy important changes in their trinity!
If you thought Final Crisis was the next weekly series from DC, guess again – Trinity will be spinning weekly tales of the big three, as well as backup stories featuring other prominent players in this year long storyline.
via DC Comics