DC Entertainment editor Rebecca "Tay" Taylor has left the publisher after three years. Taylor worked on the current Justice League group of titles under editor Marie Javins, and before that worked on the Batman titles.
Fellow DC editor Chris Conroy spoke about Taylor's exit on Twitter.
"So this past Friday was the last day at DC for Rebecca "Tay" Taylor (aka @BexTay), who's returning home to the Northeast," Conroy tweeted. "It is difficult to overstate DC Editorial's grief. Working with Tay in the Batgroup was one of the professional highlights of my life, full stop."
"Her intelligence, kindness, drive, and creativity routinely left me both awed and inspired. Working with her raised my game," Conroy continued. "And all you have to do is read her books (which include the recent Justice League line relaunch) to get a sense of how damn good she is."
Taylor joined DC Comics in March 2015 as part of the publisher's relocation from New York City to Burbank, California. She previously worked at BOOM! Studios and Archaia Press from 2010 to 2015.