Geoff Johns And Jeff Lemire Will Start DC’s Trinity War: New Details Revealed
DC‘s Trinity War will be kicking off this July and will run until late August.The six-issue series will unfold in the pages of the three Justice League books: Justice League, Justice League of American, and Justice League Dark. The three JL groups is the Trinity teased in the title of the event. The whole war will be sparked by a hero’s death. The two men calling the shots during the war will be Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire. The two will be crafting the “action mystery” that also involves the Trinity of Sin- Pandora, Phantom Stranger and the Question. USA Today got some details about the highly anticipated crossover.
Johns is no stranger to big events, but this will be the first truly epic event DC has had since the universe was rebooted thanks to the help of the Flahspoint story and Pandora. She and her box of mysteries will be a big part of the Trinity War. Johns says the Justice League books are a big part of the DC 52 and that this will be a huge story not only for the three teams, but the 52 as a whole:
We really want to find and carve out the Justice League corner of the DC Universe. 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.
While it is still a secretive story, Johns and Lemire did tease some big fights. The Question will be a “bit of a wild card,” Shazam will “come into conflict with Superman in a very big way,” and the new female versions of the Atom and Element Woman will have their time in the spotlight. You can click on the image at the top to see it much, much larger if you want to see who is facing off with who. So six issues over two months, big battles, and a story that will set up big stuff in the months afterward. Will you be signing up for the War?
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
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Source : USA Today