DC have announced new creative teams for Aquaman, New Suicide Squad and Teen Titans to begin in February 2016.
Dan Abnett and Vicente Cifuentes are taking over Aquaman beginning with February's #49, in what's described as "a new chapter" for Aquaman and Mera. DC's description of the story is as follows: "In the aftermath of the Thule invasion, Aquaman must show the people of Atlantis that he was the target of a conspiracy and earn their trust once more. And no, it’s not going to be easy..."
February's New Suicide Squad #17 fill feature the new creative team of writer Tim Seeley and artist Juan Ferreyra. "Indentured super villain Harley Quinn has made covert contact with someone outside the walls of Belle Reve prison," says DC's description of the first issue," and this mysterious savior has discovered the secrets of Amanda Waller and Task Force X."
Lastly, Greg Pak and Noel Rodriguez are taking over Teen Titans, continuing the recent storyline. "With their backs against the wall, the Titans are wanted across the country! Now, Tim Drake must find a way to clear the team’s name while staying one step ahead of the law. But Wonder Girl’s past is also catching up with her and it won’t wait for the Titans’ troubles to calm down."
All three creative teams begin with February's books.