SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #22 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
All cards are up in the air as “Trinity War” pits the Justice League, the Justice League of America and the Justice League Dark against one another.
“Trinity War“ is shaping up to be one of the most exciting and historic crossovers in comic history written and drawn by the all-star creative team of Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Ivan Reis, Doug Mahnke and Mikel Janin.
Earlier this week we revealed Doug Mahnke's incredible triptych cover for the “Trinity War” titles coming out in August: JUSTICE LEAGUE #23, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #7 and JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #23.
If you’ve been reading “Trinity War” and checking out all the art teases we’ve been showing lately, you know that this is shaping up to be not only one of the most exciting and historic crossovers in comic history, but also one of the most visually stunning. And if you’ve read the first two parts of the crossover, you know the all-star creative talent involved – including Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Ivan Reis, Doug Mahnke and Mikel Janin – is not pulling any punches, with surprises at every turn.
Welcome to What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read CONSTANTINE #4 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!)
After a turbulent encounter with Papa Midnite, John Constantine heads over to the home of his former flame and mystical compatriot, Zatanna, only to find her right in the middle of a particularly difficult effort to gaze into the future.
Superman has been the world’s most beloved and recognized super hero for 75 years, and with a major new movie on the horizon and numerous comic book titles on the shelves, that’s not likely to change anytime soon.
But why is he so beloved? What is it about the Man of Steel that makes him so popular with people over generations? And why do so many writers and artists in comics—no matter how busy they may otherwise be—find the chance to tell a Superman tale an offer that’s too good to pass up?