No direct connection, not A: We cancel Cap so B: We can support Marvel Divas. However, considering all the costs to buying paper, transporting, and then printing, there is a connection made in the finances and resources department. So, when titles like Models, Inc. and Marvel Divas go onto the printing rack, they start moving numbers on the charts, look at sales, and go, "We will have to do something to cut costs/make a profit." Editorial pushes Divas and Models, something has to give. In this way, Captain's demise is due in part to Models, Inc. and Marvel Divas. I don't think they MADE the decision to offset Captain with Models and Divas - it's part of a larger complex process that went into motion when editorial first came up with the ideas and put in the man-hours to hire writers and artists for said title. However, every new title that editorial pushes out comes at a cost. They're all related.