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Trinity, Vol. 2: Dead Space ❮Download❯ ➽ Trinity, Vol. 2: Dead Space ➸ Author Francis Manapul – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman the superheroes known as the Trinity have gone through a lot in the aftermath of the DC Rebirth epic event But now the bonds of their friendship are tested like never Batman, Superman and Wonder 2: Dead PDF/EPUB Ä Woman the superheroes known as the Trinity have gone through a lot in the aftermath of the DC Rebirth epic event But now the bonds of their friendship are tested like never before, as they must let their closest allies die in order to save the world An emergency summons to the Justice League Watchtower puts the icons face to face with an unexpected crisis The other members Trinity, Vol. PDF or of the League have been infected with a fatal alien virus that will destroy all humankindunless the Trinity destroys the Watchtower, and the Justice League along with it Plus, the revelations of Superman Reborn require Batman and Wonder Woman to give their all to save Superman from his doubts about his very existence and a trinity of villains Lex Luthor, Ra s al Ghul and Circe concoct a scheme to use the mysterious Vol. 2: Dead eBook ✓ Pandora Pits to put an end to the World s Greatest HeroesBest selling writer artist Francis Manapul THE FLASH is joined by writer Cullen Bunn and artists Clay Mann and Emanuela Lupacchino in TRINITY VOLDEAD SPACE Collects TRINITY.


10 thoughts on “Trinity, Vol. 2: Dead Space

  1. Chad Chad says:

    First we get a couple of fill in issues by Cullen Bunn The first one sets up a Dark Trinity which was OK, although Lex Luther s characterization felt way off from how he s being portrayed in the other Superman books, here he s back to being a maniacal villain who hates aliens Then we get a pointless Superman Reborn issue that s just confusing and doesn t add anything to the rest of that story Basically DC just needed some filler for that month.Then Francis Manapul comes back for a three issue First we get a couple of fill in issues by Cullen Bunn The first one sets up a Dark Trinity which was OK, although Lex Luther s characterization felt way off from how he s being portrayed in the other Superman books, here he s back to being a maniacal villain who hates aliens Then we get a pointless Superman Reborn issue that s just confusing and doesn t add anything to the rest of that story Basically DC just needed some filler for that month.Then Francis Manapul comes back for a three issue arc that I quite enjoyed Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman get called to the Watchtower where aliens have taken over the members of the JL Now they have to get to the bottom of what happened and stop the damaged base from crashing to the Earth and spreading the infection The art is gorgeous I love how Manapul pays homage to Will Eisner and incorporates the arc titles into the art


  2. Adam Graham Adam Graham says:

    This book collects issues 7 11 of Trinity, the comic featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.Issue 7 doesn t feature our heroes at all but rather some of their most noted villains Ra s al Ghul, Circe and Lex Luthor they meet somewhere and talk and set up a story several issues down the line.Issue 8 is a one shot in the aftermath of Superman Rebirth that is a very talky story between our heroes.The final three issues find them on the Watchtower where mind controlling aliens have taken over This book collects issues 7 11 of Trinity, the comic featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.Issue 7 doesn t feature our heroes at all but rather some of their most noted villains Ra s al Ghul, Circe and Lex Luthor they meet somewhere and talk and set up a story several issues down the line.Issue 8 is a one shot in the aftermath of Superman Rebirth that is a very talky story between our heroes.The final three issues find them on the Watchtower where mind controlling aliens have taken over the other Justice Leaguers and another who was carrying them says the only solution is to destroy his ship and the Watchtower This story s not bad It s not particularly original, but it does have one interesting twist and a couple good moments.Overall, a somewhat messy and mediocre book with some decent artwork


  3. Chris Lemmerman Chris Lemmerman says:

    Read as single issues Collecting some one and done issues as well as the titular Dead Space arc, the second volume of Trinity isn t quite as focused as the first, but it s darn pretty to look at.We open with an issue that actually teases the next arc by Rob Williams the idea of having an evil Trinity to combat the heroic one is good, but they don t last long enough to really have an impact Then there s a Superman Reborn tie in issue which is decent enough, showing how the Trinity deal with th Read as single issues Collecting some one and done issues as well as the titular Dead Space arc, the second volume of Trinity isn t quite as focused as the first, but it s darn pretty to look at.We open with an issue that actually teases the next arc by Rob Williams the idea of having an evil Trinity to combat the heroic one is good, but they don t last long enough to really have an impact Then there s a Superman Reborn tie in issue which is decent enough, showing how the Trinity deal with the fact that Superman s changed again , but this again feels like filler.Dead Space itself is a bit too complicated for the three issues that it encompasses, but it lets Francis Manapul lose on the entire Justice League so it looks phenomenal This could have done with an additional issue to flesh out the fairly generic villains.Good fun, but a bit uneven


  4. Ivy Ivy says:

    5 The Trinity has to deal with an alien parasite on the Watchtower.


  5. Alex E Alex E says:

    This felt like a horror comic with the backdrop of a superhero story Which actually worked pretty well The first two stories are stand alones, and were pretty entertaining The great thing about this book is the art If it s not Manapulon him a bit later then its great artists like Clay Mann, who really bring their A game to the book And for good reason, this is pretty much a Justice League book for all intents and purposes.But the majority of the book consists of the Dead Space sto This felt like a horror comic with the backdrop of a superhero story Which actually worked pretty well The first two stories are stand alones, and were pretty entertaining The great thing about this book is the art If it s not Manapulon him a bit later then its great artists like Clay Mann, who really bring their A game to the book And for good reason, this is pretty much a Justice League book for all intents and purposes.But the majority of the book consists of the Dead Space story Which, as I mentioned previously, has a lot of horror story type undertones in it It has to do with the JL being infected by space parasites, and the choice of whether to destroy the JL Watchtower and their infected friends within it or to try and somehow cure them all while the Watchtower is rapidly falling into Earth s orbit To add to this fiasco a mysterious cyborg tells them that all hope is lost and the only thing to do is to destroy the space station It really impressed me that Manapul handled well everything in this book He writes, draws, inks, and colors, and man, the art is fantastic I really enjoy seeing anything this guy puts out art wise Its a visual treat The story is well paced and interesting as well Good to see Manapul growing in all aspects An entertaining read, with good drama and damn good art Recommended for JL fans


  6. Steve Quinn Steve Quinn says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I hated it First there s this dark trinity Manufactured would be an understatement Then some nonsensical business about duplicates and multiverse versions of the trinity No story whatsoever Yawn Then suddenly the Watchtower has been taken over and Cyborg is dying No characterization beyond the barest of bare bones Fighting Surprise twist about which I couldn t have cared less And then a bolted on happy ending Are these supposed to be one offs A continuing series A greatest hits mash I hated it First there s this dark trinity Manufactured would be an understatement Then some nonsensical business about duplicates and multiverse versions of the trinity No story whatsoever Yawn Then suddenly the Watchtower has been taken over and Cyborg is dying No characterization beyond the barest of bare bones Fighting Surprise twist about which I couldn t have cared less And then a bolted on happy ending Are these supposed to be one offs A continuing series A greatest hits mashup I loved the first volume because it explored the Trinity s characters This did nothing at all


  7. Wing Kee Wing Kee says:

    A little step back 3.5 World The art for this series has been so far fantastic I love Manapul and the framing that he does It s so heroic I love it The world building here is also very solid The dark Trinity is awesome and really builds towards something that will be fun The prices of the world used for the Watchtower is also good giving us a larger grander sense that these three fit into the greater post Rebirth DCU Good stuff Story The dark Trinity issue was great, interesting bante A little step back 3.5 World The art for this series has been so far fantastic I love Manapul and the framing that he does It s so heroic I love it The world building here is also very solid The dark Trinity is awesome and really builds towards something that will be fun The prices of the world used for the Watchtower is also good giving us a larger grander sense that these three fit into the greater post Rebirth DCU Good stuff Story The dark Trinity issue was great, interesting banter and wonderful art, I look forward forof this trio The Reborn tie in was alright but didn t really do much but set up for Oz The splash page of all the versions of the Trinity was great though The Dead Space story was solid, it was not super creative or memorable but it was fun with great art Each member acted like they were supposed to and tell story with all the cameos was fun Characters Little snippets of character development in the dark Trinity book, I still wanna see how they can fit in this new Lex as I want him to be consistent The Trinity were great in Dead Space further informing their character and how they compliment each other and how different and the same they are Solid small little moments of character work This series is fun I like it Especially the tone Onward to the next book read individual issues


  8. Nate Nate says:

    Volume 2 is a little all over the place and Manapul, who is probably my favorite artist working in comics right now, has such a unique style that it s jarring when other artists have to colaborate with him as they did in this collection The peaks of this collection, like the staggering art that opens the Dead Space story line, are still incredible but I d be lying if I said there weren t valley s too.


  9. Jesse A Jesse A says:

    Slight but colorful and entertaining.


  10. Maythavee Maythavee says:

    I m in love with both Manapul s characterizations of the Trinity and his fantastic artwork


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