At a loss as to what to do while enduring long months before the return of our favourite superheroes to our TV screens? Well fret not, Jo Whittemore and Barry Lyga have your back!
The YA authors have penned official Supergirl and Flash novels to act as companion pieces to the shows.
The blurb for Whittemore's Supergirl: Age Of Atlantis, which due out in November in the UK, explains that we will:
...see Kara Danvers deal with various weird goings-on all over National City. Not only have average citizens suddenly started performing feats, but the Department of Extranormal Operations (the DEO) has captured a humanoid sea creature, and Kara will have to figure out what drew him to National City, and what his connection to this surge of super-citizens may be.While Lyga's Flash: Hocus Pocus, which is coming to the UK in October, is described as being:
"...set in a timeline where Flashpoint never happened. The book will follow Barry Allen (a.k.a. The Flash) as he goes up against Hocus Pocus, a mysterious villain who can control the minds of Central City’s citizens - and soon, the Scarlet Speedster himself. Lucky for Barry, Team Flash is on hand to stop him before he does the unthinkable."
The cover art for both books has been provided by DC comics artist César Moreno.