COMICS: Doug Mahnke's Triptych Cover For Part Two Of TRINITY WAR Unveiled

COMICS: Doug Mahnke's Triptych Cover For Part Two Of TRINITY WAR Unveiled

An inked version of Doug Mahnke's triptych cover for the second part of "Trinity War" has been unveiled, and it features the Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark all racing towards...something! Check it out.

Click on the image below to view the full-size version.


There aren't any solicitation details for this issue as of yet, but we do know that the "Trinity War" crossover will take place in the three core titles featuring the DC Universe's 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 meanwhile remain on Justice League Dark with Mikel Janin. Be sure to stay tuned for updates!


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