MySpace Comic Books Premieres "Trinity" #1 Pages

Thu, May 1st, 2008 at 12:40pm PDT

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"Trinity" covers by Carlos Pacheo
MySpace Comic Books published today an exclusive first look at pages from "Trinity" #1 by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley & Art Thibert, on sale June 4. Featuring lead stories by the fan-favorite creators, the DC Comics weekly will also include back-up stories by talents including Fabian Nicieza, Scott McDaniel & Andy Owens, Tom Derenick & Wayne Faucher and Mike Norton & Jerry Ordway, and covers by Carlos Pacheo.

For more on "Trinity," check out CBR's interview with writer Kurt Busiek.

TRINITY 1-4

Written by Kurt Busiek and Fabian Nicieza

Art by Mark Bagley & Art Thibert, Scott McDaniel & Andy Owens, Tom Derenick & Wayne Faucher and Mike Norton & Jerry Ordway

Covers by Carlos Pacheco

DC's new weekly series TRINITY explodes in an extra-sized debut issue featuring art by fan-favorite Mark Bagley (Ultimate Spider-Man) & Art Thibert with lead stories and dialogue by Kurt Busiek (SUPERMAN, ASTRO CITY)!

The lead feature explores the unusual bond - and importance - of DC's top three characters, Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, as a mysterious dream links them together and may prophesy important changes in their trinity!

Plus, a co-feature in issue 1 explores the mysterious connection between several villains who are watching the Trinity -as well as the near future for these characters and their surrounding world! Co-features in issues 2-4 fill in back-story on some of the other important players in this major storyline. These stories are written by Busiek & Fabian Nicieza with art by Scott McDaniel & Andy Owens (NIGHTWING, GREEN ARROW), Tom Derenick & Wayne Faucher and Mike Norton & Jerry Ordway (ALL-NEW ATOM, INFINITECRISIS).

Issue 1 40 pg, issues 2-4 32 pg, FC, All $2.99 US

TAGS:  trinity, dc comics, myspace comic books, kurt busiek, mark bagley

 
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