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TRINITY WAR CHAPTER 2! The War of the Justice Leagues continues as one hero is arrested and another goes rogue. Who is responsible for the evil that has infected the League? And who is the true killer? Only the Question knows the answer...

There is a teaser on the first page to let you know that the Secret Society story-line is still going. This is immediately followed by by the reaction of Superman after the apparent death of Doctor Light form Trinity War part one. A short battle ensues but is stopped quickly by Superman himself as he asks to be taken into custody.

Afterwards the Superheros recover form their ordeal. Steve Trevor and Amanda Waller debate the effect of the incident, several heroes are seen in the A.R.G.U.S. medical wing and Superman is in a lock-down with Batman as company. Superman is grief stricken and oddly ill with some sort of cough. Wonder Woman stops in to see him and knows he is not at fault. She quickly leaves to find out the truth of what has happened as she believes the Pandora's Box is to blame.

Wonder Woman first stops to visit Hephaestus only to find that he did not make Pandora's Box. This leads her to the Justice League Dark to ask for help as Pandora's Box is magical in nature. lastly Superman is released from his restraints under protest by the Question.

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This comic has a Chanel 52 two page feature at the end of the book.

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What is the Most Important Question? 0

Overall this series has been very interesting, and has had one of the more stronger starts from the New 52 series, even if it has been slightly inconsistent. I has however been Trinity War that has enthralled me recently, and I loved the opening in Justice League #22, and hopefully the story will continue to amaze.PlotAfter killing Dr. Light it is questioned whether Superman is safe to be around, and whether he's in control of his powers, or not. The Question (Vic Sage) also interjects himself i...

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Justice League of America #6 Trinity War: Part 2 of 6 0

COVER ART: 4.5/5IVAN REIS, ROD REIS, & JOE PRADD produce the main variant of this issue, and in line with any major event, the cover is FULL: full of color, full of action, full of characters. It is definitely a standout cover for DC this week (7/14/13)STORY ARC: 3/5Geoff Johns is a great writer, and great writers slow a story down in the same way a tsunami draws the water calmly away from the shore prior to unleashing it's true power back onto the beach and to those unaware. "Questions. S...

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Justice League of America #6 Rating 0

Cover & Solicit - 5/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 3/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

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