Trinity (comic)

Trinity #22 review

Its the final issue of Trinity and though it’s been clear for a while now that the series wouldn’t be going out on a…

Trinity #21 review

This issue, when Diana says, ‘What a song and dance. Will you get to the point?’ I couldn’t help but feel the same way….

Trinity #20 review

It’s more of the same from this week’s Trinity with plenty of mindless spectacle and no attention paid to story or character. The awful…

Trinity #19 review

This week in Trinity, we finally reach the end of the ‘No Home For You Here’ arc and that’s certainly a relief as the…

Trinity #18 review

At the heart of the current arc in Trinity is quite an exciting kernel of an idea; Earth’s three greatest heroes inserted into a…

Trinity #17 review

In Trinity #17, Batman and Superman decide to help Wonder Woman find her lost island home of Themyscira, which has been missing since the…

Trinity #16 review

Time. There are few moments in our life when time means more to us than New Year’s Eve. We watch the minutes tick by,…

Trinity #15 review

It’s here at last—the conclusion of “Dark Destiny.” Will Circe succeed in sucking the souls out of scads of slavish supers? Or will our…

Trinity #14 review

If fighting possessed Outlaws was hard, how on earth can Batman and Wonder Woman hope to take on Superman possessed by Deadman possessed by…Circe?…

Trinity #13 review

The Trinity continue to battle with Possessed Red Hood and the Possessed Outlaws, as Constantine finds himself in a colder clime. Can the Dark…