Wonder Woman writer G. Willow Wilson has announced she will be exiting the DC title by the end of the year. Framing it as her own decision, Wilson said she is exiting the title to work on a "bucket-list-dream-project."
"Since I've been getting questions: Yes, I will be leaving Wonder Woman in a couple of months to make room in my schedule for the bucket-list-dream-project I keep hinting at," Wilson tweeted. "The wonderful Steve Orlando will be coming on board (and his 1st storyline will knock your socks off). More soon! It's a great time to be a Wonder Woman fan..."
Wilson's last-solicited issue is October's Wonder Woman #81, with Orlando writing November's #82 and #83. Orlando has previously written Wonder Woman #51 through #55 and #73 as standalone guest issues.
Wilson didn't specify what her "bucket-list-dream-project" would be, or with what publisher. When asked, she said she expected it to be announced "fall at the earliest; possibly winter."
Wilson took over Wonder Woman with November 2018's #58.
Wilson is scheduled to appear at October's New York Comic Con.