If you’ve read JUSTICE LEAGUE #22, you might be wondering how Black Adam will be starring in his own Villains Month one-shot come this September. After all (spoilers ahead!), wasn’t the purpose of Shazam’s trip to Khandaq to scatter Black Adam’s ashes in his homeland?
He’s known as the Fastest Man Alive, the Scarlet Speedster, Mr. McRunsalot, but to us comic book fans, he’s mainly known as one of the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes—and one of our personal favorite characters from throughout comic book history.
By now, you know that “Trinity War” won’t end with the superheroes of the DC Universe celebrating their defeat of evil. In fact, this groundbreaking crossover event will directly pave the path for September’s Villains Month and the villain-centric miniseries, FOREVER EVIL.
Last week was one heck of a crazy exciting time for comic fans as Comic-Con International: San Diego 2013 rocked our faces off with awesome panels, surprise announcements and special screenings of upcoming films—including DC Entertainment’s own Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox!
“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.
This year, DC Comics, Vertigo and MAD Magazine will be taking Comic-Con programming by storm with well over a dozen distinctly exciting panel presentations. That's a lot to stay on top of, and even if you're at the show, chances are you're not going to catch them all. But never fear, we'll be bringing the panels to you as part of our Con Away From Con coverage, right here on DCComics.com.
DC Comics: Justice League: Trinity War
Friday July 19, 2013 1:45pm - 2:45pm (Room 6DE)
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.