| > so morrison's plan was to have dick become batman and damien be the new robin?|
It might be, we don't know yet.
| > is morrison even sticking around? seems like his m.o. is to have his run lead to drastically altering the status quo and quit. like on x-men.|
Don't know what you mean there, he changed the status quo of the X-Men at the START of the run, by having the X-Men outed, destroying Genosha and "killing" Magneto. All that changed at the end of his run (Which lasted three years) was that Phoenix was dead.
And he might well be sticking around, it's not quite clear yet, but DC seem keen for him to do so.
| > is DC going to let him stay on batman? are his radical ideas too much for them?|
They seem to like them, since they're tying them into the Final Crisis everyone's involved in.
as for the x-men thing, i was referring to getting scott and emma together. always bugged me that he spent so much time building towards it and jumped ship the second it happened.
also, i just read an interview with D. Diddy (as i like to call him) over at newsarama, and it left me a little confused about batman's very near future. so (a) batman's not really going to be back until june? is this because of the delays in final crisis? seems like they had to throw together a bunch of one-shots to fill the publishing gap.
why such bad planning? it's a shame. i hope this ends up making sense.