DC has announced a new "Trinity of Sin" ongoing series starring the Question, Pandora and the Phantom Stranger. The series will be written by JM DeMatteis, who's currently writing the Phantom Stranger ongoing series, with art from Yvel Guichet. The series will be released in October, after Pandora and The Phantom Stranger's ongoing series both end, and will serve as a stand alone series from both those titles. The first arc will focus on the three characters trying to stop an unnamed villain from ushering in a new "dark age" and apperantly failing.
I don't really know what else to say about the book, since I haven't read any comics featuring any of these characters in well over a year. I guess I'm glad DC thinks there's an audience for this sort of comic, and I hope that it lasts longer than 12 issues.
Here's the cover of the first issue, courtesy of Newsarama.
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