Happy Halloween, everyone! Here’s the cover to Impulse #44 (January 1999) by Craig Rousseau and Wayne Faucher, featuring everyone’s favorite hyperactive teen speedster bringing home treats from around the world… much to his guardian Max Mercury’s dismay. (cover image via GCD)
Some recent interviews with former Flash contributors:
Comics Worth Reading interviews Todd Dezago (who wrote Impulse for nearly half of the series’ 90*-issue run) about Perhpahanauts (co-created with art by
his Impulse collaborator artist Craig Rousseau**) moving from Dark Horse to Image.
Newsarama interviews Mark Waid (1990-2000) and William Messner-Loebs about the upcoming adapation of The Necronomicon. Messner-Loebs and Waid together account for 12 years of Flash stories from 1988–2000.
Edit: Mark Waid, William Messner-Loebs, and Todd Dezago actually cover the entire run of Impulse, minus a handful of fill-in issues by other writers.
*Yes, 90. The October 1998 issue was numbered #1,000,000 as a DC One Million tie-in.
**Correction: while Dezago and Rousseau both worked on Impulse, it was at different times. Rousseau worked on the book mainly with William Messner-Loebs.