You read that correctly. An interstellar conflict waged at superspeed.
Could this be in any way related to THE WAR OF THE SUPERMEN, which we announced not too long ago?
Same thing, folks, and it's all hitting in May, courtesy of writers Sterling Gates and James Robinson.
The headline's self-explanatory, folks. And what better way to ease out of the work day than by having a list of cool books you'll be able to get yours hands in later this year? Click below for a full listing of the DCU collections coming your way later this year.
The following DC Universe titles are scheduled to arrive in stores in September:
BATMAN: CACOPHONY TP
Writer Mike Benson and artist Dustin Nguyen close out their sterling two-parter next week. BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #9 hits 2/17.
Why stop at two, huh?
On Friday, we slammed the week shut with the debut of the cover to BATMAN: RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #2, but there are a few more jaw-droppingly gorgeous "Batmen" waiting for some blog time, so why hold off on the Andy Kubert goodness?
Well, we weren't going to leave you hanging there, especially considering the reaction to the first four covers we debuted here on The Source.
So here, to help get you through the week, are the final two covers of writer Grant Morrison's BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE, courtesy of legendary artist Andy Kubert. Including my personal favorite -- noir detective Batman:
The secret identity of a certain shape-shifting Durlan is revealed in this issue, courtesy of writer Joe Casey and artist Ardian Syaf.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN #69 hits 2/10.
Writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie E. Williams II lift the curtain on this issue, as the All-Stars are on the trail of the villains who've kidnapped one of their own while internal turmoil creates drama in the ranks. And after what went down in the JSA ANNUAL this month, can Magog have much time left on the team?
Writers Greg Rucka and Eric Trautmann spotlight Nightwing and Flamebird's continued hunt for Zod's deadly sleeper agents in ACTION COMICS #$886, hitting 2/10.