I'm not the one who suggested the idea that jobs might be in jeopardy at DC.
Johns is currently writing three other monthly ongoings, plus Trinity War and the Batman: Earth 1 sequel. It makes sense that something had to give. I mean, I know we enjoy wild speculation here, but still. Next you'll be telling us that the new GL writer is obviously Wingman aka Wally West. Or Ryan Conklin.
Kevin Tsujihara, by the way, is an old friend of DC Comics. I don't suspect he's going to be rocking any boats,
As all this is happening, Kevin Tsujihara has been tapped to be the new Warner Brothers CEO. When there’s a new CEO, there tends to be an assessment of the unit for the new guy to look at and frequently there are some changes. If I were Diane Nelson/Dan DiDio/Jim Lee, I’d want my numbers nice and polished and consistent by the time the DC unit gets its time under the microscope. Now, given how recently that announcement was made, it isn’t likely that it directly caused a wider cleanup of the lowest sales tier. Don’t discount the watchful eye of corporate transition as DC makes more announcements between now and SDCC.
So you can go take you patronizing little ball elsewhere.