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.
With all the movies and television at the San Diego Comic Con, we can often forget the actual comics. Well Major Spoilers doesn’t, and thats why we have the latest and greatest comic news about DC Entertainment’s events Trinity War and Forever Evil. Spoilers ahoy!
In an interview with MTV yesterday, Geoff Johns was asked to share his thoughts on the possibility of an Aquaman movie and how he would do it. His answer after the jump.
The panels are getting in the swing on the first day of San Diego Comic Con 2013 and the DC All Access Panel has just wrapped up. Many comics were discussed and we have a load of never before seen art work ready for you to view after the jump.
The Scribblenauts games give players the ability to create anything that their imagination can cook up to overcome obstacles inside the game. Well the creators have adapted that idea to allow players to create any hero they think-up in Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure. Geoff Johns and Jim Lee highlight portions of the Hero Creator in a video after the jump!
The Trinity War crossover is slowly coming together. It all started when Pandora appeared in issues of the new 52, and from there it branched into developing the storylines of Justice League, Justice League Dark, and Justice League of America. These all lead up to the Trinity War after the Justice League’s satellite headquarters is bought down by Despero. Meanwhile, Amanda Waller and Steve Trevor gather their own Justice League of America to counter an out-of-control Justice League. With these explosive elements assembled, it is only a matter of time before something triggers their confrontation.
Or – “The Aftermath Of Catwoman’s Demise…”
Last issue ended with a big shock as Selena Kyle, erstwhile superhero and Batman counterpart, was killed to death, shot down by the wicked Secret Society of Super-Villains. How will the fallout effect the League? And, hey… Doesn’t she have her own book? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Ollie returns to the island where he first became Green Arrow and learns some hard truths about his father and the mysterious Outsiders!
So, Catwoman has been caught by the Secret Society, robotic versions of the Justice League have run rampant, and it’s a good bet that Dr. Ivo is behind it all. What does the JLA do? Fly around in the invisible jet of course! Also, a surprise death! More after the jump!
It’s a rough comics week for me. Several of my favorite characters are losing their ongoing titles, including Hawkman. But the part that leaves me saddest is the final Geoff Johns story in Green Lantern #20.
They are the new Justice League of America: Martian Manhunter, Hawkman, Katana, Catwoman, Stargirl, Green Lantern Simon Baz, Green Arrow, and Vibe (yes, THAT Vibe). Brought together by Amanda Waller, they are led by former Justice League liaison, Steve Trevor. However, the Justice League of America serves a greater and sinister purpose: should the original Justice League go rogue, they have the power to stop them.
Serving as an epilogue to the “Throne of Atlantis” crossover with Justice League, this issue of Aquaman gives readers a new start and promises to move our hero into a new direction. What’s the verdict on this nautical adventure? Take the jump and check the Major Spoilers review of Aquaman #17…