Trinity #7

Trinity #7

Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Clay Mann Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 15, 2017 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 13 User Reviews: 14
7.6Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

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In this issue, which features art by Clay Mann and Miguel Mendonça and a cover by Clay Mann, darkness looms as the unholy trinity of Ra's al Ghul, Circe and Lex Luthor gather! As the deadly and mystical Pandora pits are bubbling over, Circe's dark prophecy is foretold -- but which side will Lex, the so-called "Superman of Metropolis," fall on? And who will stop the monstrous...Composite Trinity!

  • 10
    AiPT! - David Brooke Mar 15, 2017

    A great character drama that peers inside three villains heads and has them fight together because they must. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Comicsverse - Aaron Berke Mar 16, 2017

    This fascinating look into the minds of the villains creates a parallel with the heroes of TRINITY, setting up an exciting conflict to come. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Dark Knight News - John Hagmann Mar 15, 2017

    Surprisingly, in Trinity #7 the titular heroesare all but missing. Outside of one-panel memories, only villains appear in this issue. However, Bunn uses these three villains to write the beginnings of one compelling drama. I found myself incredibly impressed with the substance and feel of Trinity #7. I enjoyed this issue way more than I thought I would. Consequently, Trinity #7 is a terrific start to a new narrativearch. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Bin - Deejay Dayton Mar 16, 2017

    The only real problem I have, and its a minor one, is that everything is still in flux in Wonder Womans book. That all played well in the first story arc, as Wonder Womans uncertainty as to the truth of her background and the Amazons fed into the Black Mercys hallucinatory world. But in this case, Circe seems to have a solid background with her nemesis, and I wonder how that can be, when her connection to the Amazons has yet to be revealed. Ah well, the problems of tight continuity in a changing reality are bound to pop up from time to time. Perhaps this will even tie directly in. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    PopnComics - Tim Montoya Mar 15, 2017

    Being the first issue into a new arc, I am intrigued enough to see where this goes. Even though we didn't see any of the Trinity in their own title here, the buildup has enough going for it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Konrad Secord-Reitz Mar 15, 2017

    I truly enjoyed every aspect of this issue and look forward to what comes next, but it does feel like the creative team is jumping the shark a little. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComiConverse - Kyle King Mar 19, 2017

    This clever comic book took an unconventional approach to the start of a story arc, and the result was an impressive success. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Nerd Church Radio - Carl Hamlin Mar 15, 2017

    We find ourselves with a whole new creative team for the first story in our new arc and I couldn't be happier. I am not going to say anything back about the last arc, but this one starts out so perfect. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Batman-News - Brian Warshaw Mar 15, 2017

    Trinity #7 makes for a welcome tonal variation after "Better Together". Bunn writes the villains (mostly) well, and I can only hope that Manapul plans to water the seeds planted here. Great artwork by Mann and Mendonca immerses us in a dark place (and a dark alliance), even if the two are similar enough to be confusing at times. All-in-all, this is a nice, thought-provoking read that gets better with repeat consideration. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Ryan.L Mar 15, 2017

    This was an interesting start to a new arc in this series. If you haven't been following Trinity, then this is definitely a great jumping on point. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Batman Universe - Bill Heuer Mar 17, 2017

    Hopefully, the inclusion of the Trinity will help to piece this together and this issue will be much more integral to the story looking back at the end of the arc. The creative team does deserve credit for the very fact they had a first issue not even really have the Trinity in it (unless you count the “amalgamation” monster). They also picked three villains that do seem to fit the Trinity and help to elevate any tension in future interactions with the Trinity. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Mar 15, 2017

    This issue came out of nowhere and in a book that still hasn't gotten it's footing, felt strange.  Instead of giving us Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, we get a sort of Dark Trinity story that had no real beginning or end.  This book was struggling to keep my attention and this may have been the last straw. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    All-Comic - Erik Gonzalez Mar 17, 2017

    At first glance, this is a perfectly fine comic, but delve deeper and one will probably find issue with one or two things. Really that could be said for almost anything that is viewed critically, but when the reader has to go through a comic and needs to pause during the initial read and be taken out of the story, there is something definitely not right. There are good elements and moments in this issue, but as a whole, the book doesnt hold together. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Kitaru Mar 16, 2017

    Not as enjoyable as Manapul's run on it, but I still like Clay Mann and liked Cullen Bunn's Sinestro. This focuses more on the villains of the Trinity, but I think that is a good departure from the many story.

  • 8.0
    El Chapulin Colorado Apr 13, 2017

    Ra's and Luthor interactions and dialogue were perfect and Circe I guess it too (I've never read anythong about her) which is good because these inteactions carry the issue as the story doesnt fell it will be that good as apparently there is an ancient hidden power in these temple that has a hieroglyph showing these 3 characters ruling the world, but in order to get it they will have to prove themselves

  • 7.5
    Jack's Yattering Apr 9, 2017

    SCORE: 7.3

  • 7.5
    Spock's Brain Apr 11, 2017

    I unsubscribed to this title after issue #6, but that wasn't fast enough to escape having #7 pulled for me (my sub service takes 3 weeks notice). Surprisingly, I liked this a lot for over half the issue, in a kind of super-villainy campy way, but when the Superman/Batman/Wonder Woman monster popped up, my interest waned. The Clay Mann art, so good in the first half, also seems to dip in the fight pages in the second half. So, okay, but I'm content to let this series go for now.

  • 7.0
    Cyberman993 Apr 23, 2017

    This was kind of cool. Ra's Al Ghul and Lex Luthor are probably in my top favorite DC villains of all time and the inclusion of Circe was also nice too. This is just a set-up issue for what I can only guess is going to be a "Dark Trinity" story arc featuring these character going up against Supes, Bats, and Diana at some point. That's cool and seeing them interact with each other and their disdain for one another was my personal favorite aspect of this issue. However, this issue sort of lost my interest towards the ending with the Pandora Pits and this weird Trinity monster hybrid thing. So, they had to prove themselves by defeating the monster? To do what exactly? Why do they need to prove themselves when all three of them are clearly prophecised on an ancient wall of hieroglyphics to be the chosen ones? Wtf is up with that? Overall, good but nothing special.

  • 10
    Super17 Mar 15, 2017

  • 9.0
    ActionCity Mar 17, 2017

  • 8.0
    sebastianorellana95 Mar 15, 2017

  • 8.0
    Jason The Dude Mar 21, 2017

  • 8.0
    Melkor Mar 26, 2017

  • 7.5
    Nuckster77 Apr 2, 2017

  • 7.0
    EDiakota Mar 15, 2017

  • 7.0
    Bloodraven Mar 17, 2017

  • 5.5
    Billyndo Mar 15, 2017

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