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STORY % 75
ART % 75
ACTION % 90
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Trinity #11 (DC Comics, Comic Review)

It took a bizarre parasitic possession but Wonder Woman finally got to the bottom of what had overtaken the Justice League Watchtower and put the lives of Batman, Superman and the rest of the Justice League in grave danger.

(***Spoilers to follow***)

In what has been unfolding for a few issues in Trinity, the Watchtower had been virtually destroyed and on a collision course for earth by an alien claiming that in order to save his race the Justice League and potentially earth would have to die. As the Watchtower is crashing toward earth, Batman is giving his best shot at trying to revive Cyborg, who has been torn limb to limb. However, Batman is struggling mightily as he’s being chased by a deadly creature. Meanwhile, Superman is trying to push the Watchtower away from earth’s atmosphere while battling Green Lanterns Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz.

And they all would have died, too. But she’s called Wonder Woman for a reason.

After figuring out how to communicate to the parasite that had overtaken her, Wonder Woman deals with the alien onboard the Watchtower and helps Superman land the Watchtower in India…on a LexCorp building!

The aftermath of Diana’s heroics see the rest of the Justice League back to normal and Batman and Cyborg safely on the ground.

All in a day’s work for Wonder Woman.

Despite all this, Trinity remains one of the more slowly developing titles in DC Comics since Rebirth started. Francis Manapul continues to dazzle with art when he takes the reins, which he did not this issue, instead focusing on writing. The plot of this arc had too much of a monster of the week quality to it. Despite that, Trinity #11 was more than enjoyable enough to recommend. 

Written by | Omar Hussain

Omar Hussain serves as the Publisher and Managing Editor of the Heroic Universe.