Scott McDaniel page from Trinity #37 - Punch and Jewelee
Feb 2009 cover date DC Comics
Something about a "Necrotechnic Spellgram" from a "Necrotechnic Scanner" which makes Jewelee and Punch scream. The story seems to be over-detailed on the gizmos and occult trappings and under-detailed on the (super) human bits. But Scott McDaniel's artwork is dynamic and has the strength of a kind of spontaneity that seems to always make his artwork stand out. The inks are by Andy Owens.
The colors for the page from Trinity #37 is by Allen Passala. See another page from Trinity #37 by Scott McDaniel here.
Cover to Trinity #13 by Jim Lee (Batman and Superwoman)
Mark Bagley page from Trinity #37 (Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman fight)
Scott McDaniel Page from Trinity #37 (Punch and Jewelee)
Scott McDaniel Joker Page from Trinity #37 ("Hard and shiny is so brutalist, isn't it?")
Mark Bagley art from Trinity #37 (Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman lament all the bloody business)
Jesus Merino Wonder Woman art from Trinity #43
Mark Bagley art from Trinity #43 ( "calling Superman" fake suicide attempt )
Review of issue #37 of Trinity (Titled "Make it more wooden!")
Cover to Trinity #3 art by Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merinio (June 2008)