DC Comics' latest creative team changes see Peter Milligan leave the former title to pen the latter, with Jeff Lemire replacing him on Justice League Dark.
Milligan will take over writing duties on Stormwatch from May's issue #9, joining current artist Miguel Sepulveda. Justice League Dark illustrator Mikel Janin will continue his run on the comic.
Lemire has revealed that the Justice League Dark will take on a new direction when his run begins, creating closer ties to Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League title.
"One of the things I'm anxious to explore is just why the name 'Justice League' is in the title of this book? I want to explore and create new connections between this team of mystical misfits and Geoff and Jim's big guns in the Justice League," he said.
"On that note, Geoff and I have had many discussions on how to link our two books and make the Justice League franchises connect in new and unexpected ways. More on that in the near future."
Milligan and Lemire will take on their new titles on May.
> Read Digital Spy's review of Justice League Dark #1
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