With solicitations due Tuesday, some DC talent adjustments are being announced, civilly and the proper way.
Via an announcement at his ComicVine column SCott Lobdell reveals that his end on Teen Titans is ending —and so is Teen Titans, with #30 and an annual.
I’m thrilled the DC is letting me wrap up the story on a high note as the TEEN TITANS square off against the N.O.W.H.E.R.E. in a final battle — bringing to conclusion the conflict that began in the first issue!
I’m certainly going to miss writing the adventures of Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Bunker and the rest of the gang. But as a huge, life long fan of the title I’m very excited about the whispered rumors I’m hearing race back and forth between New York and Burbank. (Trust me when I say we haven’t seen the last of everyone’s favorite teen team adventurers.)
Yeah no brainer there — expects some kinf of All News 52 Now! reboot of this.
And Kyle Higgins has confirmed he’s off Nightwing via FB:
So here’s something I’ve put off writing for a while. On Tuesday, DC solicits for April 2014 hit. They’ll introduce a new creative team on NIGHTWING which, sadly, I won’t be a part of.
It’s a weird feeling to leave the book after almost three years, and even though I would love nothing more than to write Dick Grayson for another fifty or sixty issues, it’s time to move on. (In that spirit, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention BATMAN BEYOND 2.0 andC.O.W.L…two of the books I am currently working on, which are also– both in their own way– helping to curb the Grayson withdrawal