Four issues in and we still know nothing about the Question except that he can't be trusted. I can understand not going into Pandora's and Phantom Stranger's back stories because they had their own series and we've done that, but for a lot of us we got interested in this title because of the Question's inclusion and being bored every issue because of an overly confusing plot, heavy exposition and no Question intel is not what draws the readers in. Just another uninteresting issue to add to the series. I'm just thankful that the art is so strong. Read Full Review
Ultimately, whileTrinity of Sin#4 contains some interesting ideas, J. M. DeMatteis' script never develops them enough to give them a real impact, and it's disappointing not to have a more in-depth look into the Stranger's mindset. Yvel Guichet's artwork remains a strong point on the series, but it can't help the issue from feeling a little empty. Read Full Review
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