Spinning out of Convergence and the way it made old universes – and old multiverses technically all once again alive and well, the story of a Superman and Lois Lane – who had a newborn son in that series – will pick up in a October. DC Comics co-publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee announced the series, along with two others, on IGN.com.
Nine years after the events of that mini-series, a black suited and bearded Superman, his wife, and their child struggle to survive on their new world. This world doesn't have all the villains Superman used to fight – and he's determined to keep it that way.
Superman: Lois and Clark kicks off October 14, written by Dan Jurgens with art by Lee Weeks.
Meanwhile, Dan Abnett and Paulo Siqueira will start another spin-off series, this one called Titans Hunt, also launching in October. The series will feature multiple versions of the Teen Titans, including some who didn't exist on this particular world (a running theme, it seems).
Telos, written by Convergence writer Jef King and drawn by Carl Pagulayan and Jason Paz launches that same month, starring the initial antagonist of the universe reshaping mini-series. Telos travels across time and space in the story, looking for keys to his own secret origin. Check out all three full-size covers below.