The illustrator took to Twitter to reveal that he was offered a potential Superman/Batman crossover series with writer Brad Meltzer, and appeared to confirm the existence of the publisher's rumoured Man of Steel comic.
"There's a lot of misinformed stuff out there judging by the mails and tweets I've had these last two days do let me clarify a bit," he wrote. "Ultron whatever it's called is long since finished, last year really. I WAS offered a potential Supes/Bats book but Brad didn't have time.
"So Supes-[Bats] never got beyond a 'wouldn't it be nice if?' stage. Later Jim [Lee] and Dan [DiDio] suggested Man of Steel with Scott Snyder which would have been great as we adore each other but I'm committed to other projects so that didn't happen.
"I have several projects on the go, all creator owned and that's where I'll be for the foreseeable future. The new stuff is pretty cool though and you'll hear about it when the year turns."
DC is expected to announce Man of Steel, written by Snyder and illustrated by Jim Lee, at New York Comic Con over the coming days.