Of course history will show that most big superhuman battle scenes in comics tend to be fairly generic in nature with the artist drawing inconsequential clashes of good and evil. And while the second half of the comic is more action based, it is mostly combatants seemingly having no effect on one another. There are some solid moments in the back-up and its by no means crap, just a teeny bit of a letdown as the basic plot is great, but if there was more originality and detail in the action Trinity #34 would have been a comic worth being excited about instead of just being a decent read. Read Full Review
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