>Tom King won't be changing any of his plot ideas despite the public backlash of the wedding. Next two arcs will be about Bruce Wayne self-reflecting on if being Batman is a good thing. He'll ask Dick to take over temporarily. The Bane cliffhanger won't be followed up on until around Decemeber/January.
>Dickbats won't be a thing in Justice League, but it will spill over to Ben Percy's Nightwing. It'll double ship for a few months, and go back to monthly. DC's also going to push the Nightwing-Batgirl relationship as damage control for the wedding trainwreck, but don't expect anything big to come out of it.
>The solo Red Hood direction will just be for an arc. Scott Lobdell originally wanted to use Roy Harper's death as the catalyst for this angle, but editors stepped in so that he could be used for Heroes in Crisis. Joker's Daughter will be taking Roy's place on the chopping block. Lobdell will be gone after this arc, by the way, to focus more on screenwriting.
>Peter Tomasi will be on Detective Comics, but not until after 1000. His pitch is a globe-trotting Batman fighting the League of Assassins worldwide.
>Speaking of Heroes in Crisis, it's in a messy state. Tom King originally wanted to do just a 6-issue mini-series about PTSD, but Didio wanted to be more like Identity Crisis 2.0. The three suspects are Booster Gold, Harley Quinn, and Wally West, since they're the only survivors. The two victims are Ray Palmer and Kyle Rayner. Rayner doesn't die until late in the event, though. The killer is Hunter Zolomon disguised as Wally.
>After the fallout from Flash War and HiC, Wally will get a mini-series written by John Walker, about him getting his life together and back with Linda.