Ivan Brandon will be leaving the DC title after Issue #6.
DC's Source blog announced today that Prism Award winning writer JT Krul and James Robinson will be writing standalone stories for Men of War #7. Both stories will focus on soldiers in traditional wartime situations. It remains unclear whether dead cats will somehow be used as a weapon or as a hallucinatory substitute.
Bleeding Cool, the Internet's favorite comic gossip website, is also reporting that Ivan Brandon will be leaving the title after his current storyline wraps up on Issue #6. This week has been filled with departures, including Gail Simone from Fury of Firestorm, Paul Cornell from Stormwatch, and Brian Bendis from the Avengers franchise. Follow the Outhouse, your home from announced creative team changes, to see which other creator departs a book next!
Source: DC Source
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