If this issue is any indication, Batman will continue to be a great book. The combination of King, Jones, and Bellaire will be something great. King has a great grasp on all of these characters and Jones/Bellaire combo will be killer.
Whether you’re a Titans fan or not this is a good issue and it is worth a read in fact it’s worth several reads.
In case you didn’t catch the pattern I was going for I really hope these characters come back but in the mean time take a break from superheroes and what not and enjoy this fine piece of its so ridiculous it’s good fun.
All in all this is still a great story arc to read and it seems to be getting better with each issue so if I were you I wouldn’t miss out on any more Trinity.
Another stunning chapter in the most bizarrely beautiful "grounded" sci-fi adventure on current comic book shelves is here.
Harley is back on the campaign trail in full force, but she may be out of the race sooner than we anticipated.
This issue is a a slow down after the gotham resistance tie in. It's a fantastic narrative that shows the reader that Oliver Queen isn't some punk kid. He has people who rely on him and he has his support structure
In this issue, the old magician, Kraklow, gains a new motivation. And, a living planet is pushed to the brink by the Super-Sons.
This story sets the groundwork for a larger story that pits Lex Luther, as king of Apokolips, against Superman and his family.