Cullen Bunn will take over writing duties on DC Comics' “Trinity” as of March's #7 for a two-issue stint, continuing the storyline that has seen Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman tackling their own darkest dreams at the hands of an unseen foe. Bunn will join artists Clay Mann and Miguel Mendonca on this issue of the series, with regular writer Francis Manapul back on board with issue #9. On Twitter, Bunn clarified that he's writing the series for two issues, with a possibility of more in the future.
“Trinity” #7 launches a new arc for the series, in which the supervillains Ra's al Ghul, Circe and Lex Luthor convene to put to action Circe’s sinister prophecy. The issue promises to introduce a new force into the mix, too, called the "Composite Trinity."
Cullen Bunn is best known for his work on Marvel series like “Uncanny X-Men” and “Deadpool," plus creator-owned series “The Damned” and “The Sixth Gun” for Oni Press. Bunn is also an accomplished novelist who wrote the horror novel “Crooked Hills” and short story compilation “Creeping Stones & Other Stories.”
Scheduled for release on March 15, “Trinity” #7 is a publication of DC Comics written by Cullen Bunn with art by Clay Mann and Miguel Mendonca. Mann will illustrate the cover.
UPDATE: 2/16/2017 3 PM ET: This story has been edited for added clarity on the length of Cullen Bunn's stint on the series.