COMICS: New Story Information And Creative Team Details Revealed For DC's "Trinity War"
It has now been revealed that the "Trinity War" crossover will take place across Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark. We also have new story details, the creative teams involved and the triptych cover.
In a report over at USA Today, it has been confirmed that the "Trinity War" crossover will take place in the three core titles featuring the DC Universe's various superhero teams. Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis will continue working together on Justice League, while the writer will team with both Jeff Lemire and Doug Mahnke on Justice League of America. Lemire will remain on Justice League Dark with Mikel Janin. The event will be sparked by the death of a hero and will run through a total of six issues across July and August. "We really want to find and carve out the Justice League corner of the DC Universe," Johns says. "It is a universe all itself with these three teams, and it feels big enough to be worthy of a Justice League story. It's going to be really interesting when these characters do come together, because some of them haven't met, some of them have, and what happens and unfolds in this is going to force them to choose sides."
Described as an action mystery by the writer, a lot of "Trinity War" will focus on the Trinity of Sin (Pandora, Phantom Stranger and the Question) and a mysterious artefact which was first spotted in last year's Free Comic Book Day offering from DC. While the event will of course focus on a lot of the A-List characters like Batman and Green Arrow, Johns said to expect to see the likes of Atom and Element Woman also playing pivotal roles, not to mention Shazam. "He's got no allegiance to anybody and you'll see him come into conflict with Superman in a very big way." While this promises to be an epic event, "Trinity War" will simply act as a precursor for a much larger threat. ""It's not going to end wrapped up in a bow. Something really, really major happens that kicks off some pretty crazy stuff at the end of August."
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