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.
Everybody loves a good redemption story. There was “that guy who plays Iron Man”, Andy Dufresne, and Lando Calrissian. And we can now throw one more name in the mix, Sinestro.
A hero returns, pasts must be faced, and we learn a woman scorned is even worse when she is backed by an entire civilization.
There has been plenty of lead up to the much hyped Blackest Night series, as the Green Lantern titles have unveiled nearly all of the Corps involved in the event. Green Lantern #43 gets the Prologue banner treatment, and is a great lead in to the mega-event.
In case you don’t know about the Green Lantern Corps, The Source (DC’s blog) provides a breakdown of the green light weilding heroes as a lead in to Blackest Night.
I hope the company does the same thing for the rest of the colors.
Amazing Spider-Man wasn’t the only sold out title this week.Â DC Comics has announced Final Crisis #6 will go back to press for a second printing.
FINAL CRISIS #6 Second Printing (NOV088149) features a pencils-only version of Doug Mahnkeâ€™s art from the final page of this issue. The new printing is scheduled to arrive in stores on January 28, the same day as FINAL CRISIS #7.
Please note that this issue has a special Final Order Cutoff date of Sunday, January 18.
Oh, and if you haven’t read Final Crisis #6 yet, you probably don’t want to take the jump and see the variant cover.
The new year is going to kick off with a bang, as we discover what happened to the Dark Knight, follow more adventures in Trinity, and oh, yeah, there’s that whole Final Crisis thing still going on.Â DC Comics has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in January 2009.