Trinity #7

Writer: Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza Artist: Mark Bagley, Tom Derenick Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 16, 2008 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jim Beard Jul 17, 2008

    Monsignor Wanty: wants to indulge in a bit of speculation for a moment, if you'll grant him that, dear friends. What if what if, mind you Trinity, with its playing in the backyard of JLA/Avengers, was leading into a new DC/Marvel crossover? I mean, think about it: it'd be HUGE. And so secret that not even gossip-gurus have gotten a wriggle on their line from it. I have to be frank with you, my flock I think there has never been a better time for such a company crossover, in this current atmosphere of "feud" and backbiting between their fans and even some of their creators. Imagine the latest weekly DC series leading into one of the biggest ball-busing DC/Marvel events ever. It'd blow the doors off of everything that's come before. Creation of a new universe? Huh. And wouldn't the Marvel-ers detect the hinky-pinky with the Cosmic Egg, too? Perchance to dream Read Full Review

  • 6.3
    IGN - Dan Phillips Jul 16, 2008

    To summarize this overly long review: though it remains significantly flawed, Trinity has finally shown signs of aspiring for something greater than a 52-part run-of-the-mill Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman story. And that's good news for those of us who, due to our own stubborn willingness to stick through a story even if it sucks, are likely to follow the series for the next year. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Ben Berger Jul 22, 2008

    Inconsistency continues with Trinity. Busiek can't seem to decide if it's an action story or something more cerebral. Sure the last five to ten issues may be incredible, but is anyone still going to be reading? We all know that a payoff is only as good as its setup. Someone should mention this to the creative team. Read Full Review

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