Jeph Loeb

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Jeph Loeb
Date of Birth January 29, 1958 (age 58)
Origin Stamford, CT USA
Job(s) Co-executive producer
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Joseph "Jeph" Loeb III, is a comic book writer who was a co-executive producer for Lost's Season 2.


  • Before joining Lost, Loeb was best known for his work as a writer supervising producer on the Superman television series Smallville from 2002-2005.
  • Wrote the critically acclaimed Batman graphic novels The Long Halloween, Dark Victory, and Batman: Hush
  • Also wrote Fallen Son: Death of Captain America which covered the five stages of grief from the perspective of some prominent Marvel characters.
    • He integrated some of his own emotions and experiences after losing his son to cancer in 2005.
  • Co-wrote the script for "Teen Wolf", the 1985 film starring Michael J. Fox.
  • After leaving Lost, Loeb was hired as a co-executive producer and a writer for the NBC television series Heroes, but left the show in November 2008.


  • In 2005, Loeb scripted the first six issues of Supergirl. He referenced Lost with the line, "John…don't tell me what I can't do!"

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