Comic Review: Trinity #6 (DC Comics)

Trapped in a never ending dream that can at times seem more like a nightmare, our Trinity of superheroes have finally found the source;  and is much worse than they […]

Trapped in a never ending dream that can at times seem more like a nightmare, our Trinity of superheroes have finally found the source;  and is much worse than they could’ve dreamt!!

Mongul, an intergalactic conquered and warlord trapped in a dream by an alien plant known as the black mercy, has spawned someone, or something, just as powerful and now they want to wake up.

 

With Poison Ivy using the solar energy of Superman in the real world, Mongul hopes to create a bridge that he and the child of nightmares can cross over into the real world and it seems as though our heroes are unable to stop him on a world where his thoughts control everything. If they pass through, the world we know will become unknown instantly.

Trinity #5 takes this story to a whole new level. If Mongul wasn’t terrifying enough, the idea of him having a child that can shape reality is absolutely horrendous. What is going to happen to every world if they are released? I don’t know about you, but I will be picking up every issue amd recommending them as heavily as I can until I find out! This book is another part of a fantastic series and if Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman are on the ropes, who could have the power to stop them?

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