Trinity Vol. 2
Batman. Superman. Wonder Woman. The three greatest heroes in the DC Universe unite when the threats to their planet are bigger than just one of them can handle. America is divided! And now a hero has fallen, and it may split the country even more. Can Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman stand against riots while defending a bigoted enemy? Don't miss the epic adventure that will test the ideals of our three heroes! By NEW YORK TIMES best-selling creator Francis Manapul (THE FLASH), Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman unite in TRINITY VOL. 2! Collects issues #7-11.

Trinity Vol. 2 Details

TitleTrinity Vol. 2
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 19th, 2017
PublisherDC Comics
ISBN-139781401274672
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Superheroes, Dc Comics, Graphic Novels, Comic Book

Trinity Vol. 2 Review

  • Wing Kee
    January 1, 1970
    A little step back. 3.5. World: The art for this series has been so far fantastic. I love Manapul and the framing that he does. It's so heroic I love it. The world building here is also very solid. The dark Trinity is awesome and really builds towards something that will be fun. The prices of the world used for the Watchtower is also good giving us a larger grander sense that these three fit into the greater post Rebirth DCU. Good stuff. Story: The dark Trinity issue was great, interesting bante A little step back. 3.5. World: The art for this series has been so far fantastic. I love Manapul and the framing that he does. It's so heroic I love it. The world building here is also very solid. The dark Trinity is awesome and really builds towards something that will be fun. The prices of the world used for the Watchtower is also good giving us a larger grander sense that these three fit into the greater post Rebirth DCU. Good stuff. Story: The dark Trinity issue was great, interesting banter and wonderful art, I look forward for more of this trio. The Reborn tie in was alright but didn't really do much but set up for Oz. The splash page of all the versions of the Trinity was great though. The Dead Space story was solid, it was not super creative or memorable but it was fun with great art. Each member acted like they were supposed to and tell story with all the cameos was fun. Characters: Little snippets of character development in the dark Trinity book, I still wanna see how they can fit in this new Lex as I want him to be consistent. The Trinity were great in Dead Space further informing their character and how they compliment each other and how different and the same they are. Solid small little moments of character work. This series is fun. I like it. Especially the tone. Onward to the next book! *read individual issues*
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  • Steve Quinn
    January 1, 1970
    I hated it. First there’s this dark trinity. Manufactured would be an understatement. Then some nonsensical business about duplicates and multiverse versions of the trinity. No story whatsoever. Yawn. Then suddenly the Watchtower has been taken over and Cyborg is dying. No characterization beyond the barest of bare bones. Fighting. Surprise twist about which I couldn’t have cared less. And then a bolted on happy ending. Are these supposed to be one-offs? A continuing series? A greatest hits mash I hated it. First there’s this dark trinity. Manufactured would be an understatement. Then some nonsensical business about duplicates and multiverse versions of the trinity. No story whatsoever. Yawn. Then suddenly the Watchtower has been taken over and Cyborg is dying. No characterization beyond the barest of bare bones. Fighting. Surprise twist about which I couldn’t have cared less. And then a bolted on happy ending. Are these supposed to be one-offs? A continuing series? A greatest hits mashup? I loved the first volume because it explored the Trinity’s characters. This did nothing at all.
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  • Kaye
    January 1, 1970
    I didn't care for that Poison Ivy twist in Volume 1 so I wasn't sure what to expect here. Dead Space turned out to be extremely satisfying. The narrative turns darker and there is ground work for something bigger on the rise. It's the kind of material that should've been written for the Justice League run.It almost makes me want to go back to Volume 1 with a fresher look.Thank you, Manapul.
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  • Dena Burnett
    January 1, 1970
    Not as much depth as Better Together (a story about family where the characters just happen to be superheroes), and more of Justice League story, as opposed to focusing on the Trinity, but still pretty good.
  • Emmanuel Nevers
    January 1, 1970
    Trinity is just the greatest showcasing of DC's legendary heroes and how and what they mean when they interact! Manapul is doing a fantastic job and 100% understands Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman as characters and knows how to tell an amazing story.
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  • Iris Nevers
    January 1, 1970
    Trinity keeps getting better and better!
  • Shelly
    January 1, 1970
    I loved the first volume of this series but I'm a bit iffy on this one. While I always love reading about this team's love for one another, this volume did feel a bit cheesy.
  • Xavier
    January 1, 1970
    The Watchtower has gone silent. The Trinity head out into space to investigate and the Justice League also make their appearance.
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