As DC works towards their second year of their "New 52" initiative, we're bound to see some new as well as familiar talent on their comics; and they've just announced some creative switches for two of their titles:
"Talon" scribe James Tynion IV will take over "Red Hood and the Outlaws" from Scott Lobdell, in April, with issue #19; artist Mico Suayan will be replacing Kenneth Rocafort:
Both Lobdell and Rocafort are currently working together on "Superman."
Also in April, DC newcomer Charles Soule ("27") will begin his writing run on "Swamp Thing" #19, replacing Scott Snyder; art will be by KANO:
What will this mean for the story direction of these two titles? I guess we'll have to wait until April and find out!