“Imperius Lex” finale! Votes begin to be cast in Kryptonian blood as Apokolips’ hordes of hellish residents choose a new leader to occupy Darkseid’s throne. The Man of Steel finds himself caught in a violent democratic battle with Lex Luthor leading the race for godhood.
1989: Deducing the connection between Bruce Wayne and Batman, as well as the repercussions that the murder of Jason Todd -the Boy Wonder- are having on him, a teenaged Tim Drake seeks out Dick Grayson, the original Robin, in a desperate attempt to reunite the Dynamic Duo. 'Batman - A lonely place of dying' illustrates the true significance of Batman and Robin's relationship, and also introduces Tim Drake as the new Boy Wonder.
Batman #442 (1989)
"A Lonely Place of Dying" Part V: "Rebirth"
Cover by George Perez
2017:“A lonely place of living” finale! Tim Drake is back on Earth - but if the deadly threat he brought back with him from outside of time has its way, it won’t be for long… and this shadowy figure wants to take one of Batman’s team down with him, too! Everything Tim died for the first time is at risk, if he can’t survive this attack!
Detective Comics #968 (2017)
"A Lonely Place of Living" - Conclusion
Cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Adriano Lucas
Maya Lopez, the deaf woman also known as Echo, was dispatched by the New Avengers to Japan in order to keep an eye on the growing threat of the Japanese underworld. While in disguise as Ronin, the mysterious ninja, Maya meets Elektra, the current leader of the Hand. and battle ensues!
Superman Red/Superman Blue is a concept introduced way back in 1963 in the pages of Superman #162 by Leo Dorfman and Curt Swan as an imaginary tale. A major in-continuity adaptation took place in 1998, and throughout several titles including the Superman books, JLA, Aquaman, Teen Titans, and more. Most recently, during the Rebirth era, another iteration of the same notion was developed in the storyline titled "Superman Reborn," which reconciled the New 52 and Post-Crisis versions of the Man of Steel.