The Happy! writer has debunked the reports that he would take an indefinite break from the genre.
"It's been promoted across the internet that I'm leaving comics or leaving superheroes, but I'm not at all," he told iFanboy. "All I'm doing is stopping a couple of monthly books for a while.
"I've got a Wonder Woman project coming up and Multiversity to come and I'm sure there'll be other things because it's a kind of writing that I like to do. All it means is that I'm not doing monthlies for a while to concentrate on special projects.
"And partly that's because I've enjoyed the way that Multiversity was written and the fact that I was able to do multiple drafts and kind of bring it to a kind of perfection for myself. I want to do a bit more of that, you know?
"As much as I love the lively kind of live performance aspect of monthly books, where you're basically sending in a first draft and working fast, I kind of really got into this notion of spending a lot of time on something. So Multiversity kind of inspired the rest of the stuff that I'll be doing for the next couple of years."
Morrison recently revealed details of the long-awaited DC Comics Multiversity project, which will debut in 2013.
He will conclude his current work on ongoing series with Action Comics #16 and Batman Incorporated #12.
Morrison recently released the first issue of his Darick Robertson-illustrated Image Comics debut Happy!.