Sunday, April 19, 2015

Unlike when comic writer Michael Straczynski was asked to have Thor participate in a crossover event, Bill Messner-Loebs didn't quit the book.


"The one concern at the back of my head was that of being pulled into a Big Event that could affect the forward momentum of the book and alter its direction. I’ve said elsewhere that in many cases — and this isn’t just Marvel, the trend is pandemic — such an event can sometimes result in the individual books serving the event, rather than the other way around, and you have to spend months and issues afterward stitching everything back together. I’m the kind of writer who likes to write in a straight line and know for certain the terrain he’s standing upon. Some writers can handle all that and never break a sweat. For me, it’s just not something I can do competently. That’s a shortcoming on my part and I recognize it as such."  
        - Straczynski (www.comicbookresources.com)

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