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The Trinity returns, but are heroes really meant to be gods? Justin and Brian consider the possibilities, while they also take a look at the remaining members of the Dreambound and the return of Ray Palmer.
What is the Idol Head of Infernatu, and what does it mean for Enigma’s plans? What do the Companions learn about the mysterious god Kellel that could change their world? Justin and Brian bring you some answers.
Justin & Brian examine what it means to see a hero fall, as well as what it might mean when a hero brings about his own destruction, and check in on the war between the Justice Society and the Troika’s villains.
The aliens complete their tale of Dinanna, the machinists stand revealed, and memories return, all while the battle for the planet takes a very personal turn. Brian and Justin take a look at last week's "Trinity."
Looking at last week’s “Trinity,” Justin and Brian check in with the goddess Dinanna Truthqueen, and also discuss what it means to be a hero when what you’re fighting for leads inevitably to your own destruction.
Morgaine and Carter Hall assemble their arcana armies and begin saving (or destroying) the world, while the beings of an alternate Earth share tales of Atmahn, The Night Judge, all in the latest issue of “Trinity.”
Alfred and company learn about the history of Happy Harbor’s alien residents while the JSI manages to infiltrate the gathering of villains at Harteigen Mountain, all in the latest “Trinity" by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley.
As Alfred and company meet with the unknown alien inhabitants of Happy Harbor, Tarot makes a dangerous decision and the JSI continues their war with the Dreambound and their newest recruits, all in last week’s “Trinity.”
Welcome to Happy Harbor, Rhode Island, where Alfred and his friends discover a powerful link to the Trinity, but with Morgaine Le Fey building an army, can the world be saved in time? We take a look at "Trinity" #28.
While the JSI does battle, the Troika completes their evil union. But what does that mean for the being known as Konvikt? We examine last week’s “Trinity,” which also reintroduces Morgaine’s minions, The Dreambound.
Tarot discovers an unknown link to the past and serious repercussions for the future in the latest “Trinity,” while we learn about Konvikt’s own past, just as Morgaine Le Fey and Enigma make him a powerful offer.
“Trinity” #26 arrived in comic book stores today, meaning DC’s third consecutive weekly series has hit the halfway mark. Eisner Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek is loving it. Sometimes.
Meet The League as they negotiate a truce with the JSI, one that will unite all the world’s heroes against Morgaine Le Fey and Enigma. And Alfred Pennyworth forms an alliance of his own, all in the latest issue of DC's “Trinity.”
A message from the past gives the heroes of the world insight into the new powers they face in last week’s “Trinity,” while John Stewart’s own new powers bring him some unwanted attention from Krona.
The world changes and a Justice League begins to form in last week’s issue of “Trinity,” but how does all this tie into John Stewart’s transformations and the armada led by Despero?
We return to ancient Egypt in this week’s “Trinity,” where Prince Khufu’s visions of the future, a future now changed, may hold the key to saving the world, but is the world soul itself trying to change things back?
Learn the history behind each member of the villainous Troika in this week’s “Trinity,” and discover that one of the villains isn’t who you thought it was. Plus: the secret of John Stewart's transformations revealed.
Firestorm examines the history of the Justice Society International and remembers the inspirational abilities Superman offered the world in this week’s “Trinity,” while we check in on the mischief made by the mad god Krona.
Alfred Pennyworth takes center stage as Tarot & Gangbuster make their escape from the ruins of Castle Branek, and we also get a glimpse into a life changed by the absence of the ultimate Amazon, Wonder Woman.
What does a world without Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman look like? Find out as Justin and Brian examine this week’s “Trinity,” with a breakdown of events on both a global and personal scale for the DC Universe.
There’s still a Trinity to read about, but for how much longer? The evil Troika has defeated the heroes and rewritten the world, so Justin and Brian have a lot to catch up on this week. Also, the origin of Konvikt!
It's a siege on Castle Branek when the Trinity brings the fight to the Troika with the help of their friends the Titans, Teen Titans and the Outsiders. Justin and Brian look at "Trinity" #15 to bring you all the details.
With the Trinity incapacitated by their own relationships and a world in flames, the JLA has their hands full while Hawkman and some friends do battle with the Troika's henchmen. Justin and Brian fill you in.
Superman and the Justice League continue a crushing battle against the Crime Syndicate, while Hawkman and Gangbuster ambush the Troika's henchmen. Brian and Justin examine this week's issue of "Trinity."
Only a quarter of the way home in his marathon run on "Trinity" and superstar artist Mark Bagley already knows his next project for DC Comics, giving CBR few cryptic hints and sharing the love for Stuart Immonen.
Superman unleashed! The Justice League versus the Crime Syndicate! Plus more on the mysterious Enigma, and how does the Riddler fit in? Brian and Justin examine the latest "Trinity."
It’s political maneuvering at its finest when the JLA visits the homeworld of the CSA, while Hawkman and Gangbuster team with The Outsiders to lay a trap for the Torika’s henchmen. Justin and Brian get you caught up.
Lots to cover this week including what Mark Millar actually didn't say, what Mark Bagley's project after "Trinity" may be, one prominent creator talks about the changes to Bart Allen, could a Loeb/Silvestri project be in the works and much more.
The next stage of the evil Troika's plans are revealed by Nightwing, robin and a special guest star, while the JLA challenges the Crime Syndicate on their home turf in this week's issue of "Trinity."
Who is the Swashbuckler? And what do his thefts mean for the Trinity? As our heroes look for answers, members of the Bat-Family have their own run in with the new villain. Justin and Brian break it down.
The Trinity takes a break from superheroics to explore the world from the vantage point of their secret identities, while the evil Troika gains an immensely powerful new weapon. Justin and Brian have the "Trinity" #8 commentary.
The Justice League unites to investigate a series of mysterious robberies linked to the mystical Tarot seen in the latest issue of “Trinity,” while Firestorm and John Stewart examine the history of the villainous Krona.
Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman look within in the latest issue of Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley's "Trinity," while Gangbuster and Hawkman team-up for a new twist on "The Brave and the Bold."
The five-issues-long battle with Konvikt comes to a close with a memorable gut- shot by Wonder Woman, Morgaine Le Fey dispatches an underling, Tarot discovers the Trinity, and an old hero makes his return.
The Justice League continues to battle the alien Konvikt, we learn more about the mysterious young woman named Tarot, and some new and similarly mysterious elements are introduced in "Trinity" #4.
It's all-out war as the Justice League battles the alien Konvikt, a monster that dwarfs the might of even Superman, and we learn more about the mysterious young woman named Tarot and Justin and Brian catch you up.
Superman fights a sun, Wonder Woman fights some robots, John Stewart gets some new gear, and things just get weird for Batman in DC Comics' "Trinity" #2, on sale now.
The T-MINUS team of Brian Eason and Justin Eger are back with TRINGENUITY, CBR's new weekly feature of commentary and analysis on DC Comics' "Trinity" by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley and company.
With the heavy schedule of weekly series “Trinity” ever present, superstar artist Mark Bagley managed to knock a “Sports Illustrated” cover out of the park this week and we've got the story behind the Bizarro cover. UPDATED
MySpace Comic Books has published an exclusive first look at pages from "Trinity" #1, the first issue of DC Comics' new weekly series by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley.