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K. I'll check that out.
There is going to be a Trinity War: Pandora issue starting in June that, I assume, is supposed to be like a prologue to Trinity War. But if that's all the way in June, when the heck are we gonna get Trinity War?!
It'll probably be a big Summer event.
I just AoU #1 and I think it's probably the best Marvel Event I've read so far. I just love the post-apocalyptic theme. I swear, while I was reading Avengers vs X-men #6, I thought "wouldn't it be cool to have a post-apocalyptic style event where the heroes are already defeated and have to rise back up" and I think that Bendis read my mind.
@Cameron: Not sure how I feel about AoU yet.
My pull list
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Well I mean, it's not perfect but IMO it's very good compared to other Marvel events. Especially with Bryan Hitch's artwork.
Trinity War! It starts in July! Finally! It will be a crossover event (mainly) between Justice League, JLA, and Justice League Dark.
It will mainly be between those three titles, but will be in other books too, like Pandora and Phantom Stranger.
Trinity War sounds interesting. And Marvel has another event, X-Men: Battle of the Atom. It seems more contained then most (only involves four of the X-books, Uncanny, All-New, Wolverine & and the one without an adjective. Hopefully it'll be better then AoU, Bendis really dropped in quality on that.
Peaceful Days died, Let's Survive
Yeah, it's Past X-men vs. Present X-Men vs. Future X-Men. I seen a sketch of future Deadpool, which made me think about checking it out.
Btw, I read an interview with Geoff Johns, talking about Trinity War and what "Trinity" ultimately refers to is supposed to be a mystery, but also refer to the Trinity of Sin, Superman Batman and Wonder Woman, and the three Justice Leagues.