This summer, a war of epic proportions will hit the DC Universe.
Kicking off in July, “Trinity War” will find the Justice League, the Justice League of America, and Justice League Dark teams battling one another in a monumental crossover event. Spanning over six issues throughout the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, and JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, “Trinity War” will see Earth’s biggest heroes going head to head in an explosive arc that will defy the superhero genre.
“It's going to be really interesting when these characters do come together, because some of them haven't met, some of them have, and what happens and unfolds in this is going to force them to choose sides,” writer Geoff Johns (JUSTICE LEAGUE; JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA) revealed to USA TODAY, who announced “Trinity War” earlier this morning both online and in print.
As for how “Trinity War” will impact the future of the DC Universe?
“It's not going to end wrapped up in a bow,” Johns continued to tease. “Something really, really major happens that kicks off some pretty crazy stuff at the end of August.”
To read the full interview with Geoff Johns and with co-writer Jeff Lemire (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA; JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK), head on over to USA TODAY. And above, check out Ivan Reis and Joe Prado’s jaw-dropping triptych cover for JUSTICE LEAGUE #22, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6, and JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #22.