Catching Up: Messner-Loebs, Guggenheim, Waid and Van Sciver

Twenty years ago, William Messner-Loebs started a four-year run on The Flash. Seven years ago, out of work, he and his wife lost their house. Michigan Live writes about how his life has turned around since then. (via The Beat).

Another former Flash scribe, Mark Waid, talks to CBR about his arrival on Spider-Man.

Flash: The Fastest Man Alive “Full Throttle” writer Marc Guggenheim’s TV show Eli Stone has not been renewed beyond the network’s current 13-episode commitment. Update: Newsarama also has an interview about Guggenheim’s “Character Assassination” arc on Amazing Spider-Man

Flash: Iron Heights and Impulse artist Ethan Van Sciver, currently working on Flash: Rebirth, has started a weekly column at Newsarama, Your Time Is Now Mine.

Update: One more: Geoff Johns talks with CBR about bringing the Legion of Super-Heroes to Smallville.


5 thoughts on “Catching Up: Messner-Loebs, Guggenheim, Waid and Van Sciver

  1. Alan Trehern

    EVS is a great artist, but I only see his art on big events and covers. Are there any series he works on long-term? I know he does a couple GL projects once and a while, but I feel his art should be used as frequently as Johns’ writing talents. Maybe they should be the new Loeb/Sale dynamic duo!

    .-= Alan Trehern’s latest blog post: The Conclusion of the Branzy Awards =-.

  2. Kelson Post author

    I’m not certain, but I think the only long-term run EVS has done on interiors for a book was Impulse #50-67. (I should add Impulse to the post.)

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