Updated November 27, 2018: DC Comics has confirmed that pre-orders for Bryan Edward Hill and Dexter Soy's Batman and the Outsiders #1-3 have been cancelled, with the title to be resolicited at an unspecified date.
Series writer Hill previously explained on Twitter that the cancellation was necessitated by changes to DC continuity which conflicted with the issues as produced.
This is the second such cancellation and delay of a series due to changing continuity, as two full issues of Justice League Odyssey were scrapped for the same reason earlier this year.
Original Story: DC Comics has cancelled pre-orders for Bryan Edward Hill and Dexter Soy's Batman and the Outsiders #1, with the title to be resolicited for a later date, according to the series' writer.
"Outsiders is not being cancelled," Hill stated on Twitter following rumors that the title had been cancelled outright. "The pre-orders are being cancelled because I have to make adjustments (per other DCU events) but it will be re-solicited after the adjustments have been made. As I understand."
If accurate, this would be the second time in recent months DC delayed a title's launch to accommodate for unspecified continuity corrections, with Justice League Odyssey having scrapped two full issues ahead of the series' planned launch earlier this year.
Hill offered no specific details as to what led to the needed changes. Batman and the Outsiders #1 was scheduled for a December 12 release. No new release date has been announced.
Here's the original solicitation for Batman and the Outsiders #1: