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Review: Trinity #10

Review: Trinity #10

June 25th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #10 continued Batman’s, Superman’s, and Wonder Woman’s odyssey through the disabled and infected Justice League Watchtower in Dead Space — Part 2. The multitalented Francis Manapul provided the story, art, colors, and cover of the latest issue, which ComiConverse writer T. Kyle King is...

Review: Trinity #9

Review: Trinity #9

May 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #9 saw the start of a new story arc for the titular trio, as well as the return of Francis Manapul to the authorial and artistic duties. The opening installment of Dead Space took the series in a distinctly differently direction, and ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Trinity #6

Review: Trinity #6

February 18th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #6 wrapped up the series' opening Better Together arc. In his last issue before giving way to another wordsmith, writer Francis Manapul was joined by penciller Emanuela Lupacchino for the story subtitled At the Mercy. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King offers his thoughts on...

Review: Trinity #5

Review: Trinity #5

January 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #5 arrived in readers' hands last Wednesday, continuing the series' opening Better Together arc with a tale called Deliver Your Children. The latest issue was the handiwork of Steve Wands, who did the lettering, and Francis Manapul, who did everything else. ComiConverse contributor T....

Review: Trinity #4

Review: Trinity #4

December 25th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Trinity #4 continued writer Francis Manapul’s Better Together storyline, carrying Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman to Themyscira. Artist Emanuela Lupacchino contributed the pencils for the chapter subtitled Nothing Is Real. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King is here to review the most recent issue. Trinity #4...

Review: Trinity #3

Review: Trinity #3

November 17th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Trinity #3 delivered the third chapter of the series' Better Together introductory arc. Writer Francis Manapul was joined by penciller Clay Mann for the story subtitled Nobody Dies Tonight. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King reviews the newest installment in the team-up title starring Batman, Superman,...

Review: Trinity #2

Review: Trinity #2

October 22nd, 2016 | by Kyle King

Trinity #2 followed up on the cliffhanger ending of the series' first installment by sending Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman on an inexplicable trip that appeared to transport them across time and space. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King brings you his review of writer/artist Francis...

Review: Trinity #1

Review: Trinity #1

September 24th, 2016 | by Kyle King

This week, Trinity #1 became the latest debut release to emerge from DC Comics' Rebirth relaunch. The title teams the post-Crisis Superman with the New 52 Batman and Wonder Woman in a fresh series bearing the same name as the pre-Flashpoint Kurt Busiek limited run....

Review: Superman: American Alien #5

Review: Superman: American Alien #5

March 20th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superman: American Alien #5 capped off a busy week for the Man of Steel. Joined by various graphic artists for a seven-issue limited series billed as the antithesis of Grant Morrison’s All-Star Superman, writer Max Landis told the story of “a guy named Clark Kent from...

Review: Superman – American Alien #1

Review: Superman – American Alien #1

November 15th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Filmmaker and Eisner Award nominee Max Landis has teamed up with a variety of illustrators to pen a seven-part series the writer bills as the antithesis of Grant Morrison's All-Star Superman. In Superman: American Alien, Landis aspires to tell the story not of the Man...

Justice League Review: Superman Joins The Darkseid War

Justice League Review: Superman Joins The Darkseid War

November 8th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Darkseid is dead, and some members of the Justice League have been granted god-like powers as a result. Individual superheroes are wrestling with these sinister new abilities in The Darkseid War, and ComiConverse's Superman writer, T. Kyle King, has taken a look at the God...

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