More On DC Comics’ Trinity War (SEMI-SPOILERS) – And Jim Lee’s FCBD Gate Fold

Well that got commented on rather quickly.

Trinity War, as first mentioned on Bleeding Cool yesterday…

“has probably something to do with the Trinity of Evil which gets introduced in DC’s FCBD comic. Pandora is one of the Trinity.”

“It appears to be the 3 original sinners, of which Pandora has already been disclosed. Let me just say that the identities of the other 2 will surprise and amaze you.”

“I read the FCBD issue from DC last night. Trinity War probably has to do with the three sinners of the DC New. One is Pandora, the other is the [REDACTED], and weirdly the last one is the [REDACTED]. That’s right. [REDACTED] is somehow magic based now. Also, they are punished by the seven gods who gave Shazam his power.”

“In it, there is a group referred to as the “Trinity of Sin.” This group includes Pandora,[REDACTED], and [REDACTED] (I have no idea why). The Rock of Eternity, a council of powerful wizards (thanks, Geoff Johns), sentences them to [REDACTED]. This may have something do with DC’s Trinity War, but I’m not sure. Maybe Pandora, [REDACTED], and [REDACTED] versus Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman? Who knows?”

Yeah, you see, even I have a line with spoilers. But below is the gatefold foldout by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee from the DC Free Comic Book Day, pieced together from a variety of photos sent to me, and still not complete. If you want to see what’s going on, clicky for biggy.

It looks mighty fine. Though they’ll have some time beating Archaia’s FCBD offering I hear.


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