Rachelle Rosenberg Archives

GLAAD 2023 Comics Award Nominations Name More Than Just The Writer
Willow Wilson, Marcio Takara, Atagun Ilhan, Brian Level, Stefano Gaudiano, Jay Leisten, Arif Prianto, Ivan Plascencia, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (DC Comics) Sins of the Black Flamingo, by Andrew Wheeler, Travis Moore, Tamra Bonvillain, Aditya Bidikar (Image Comics) Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, by Alyssa Wong, Minkyu Jung, Natacha Bustos, Rachelle Rosenberg, Joe Caramagna (Marvel Comics) Superman: Son of Kal-El, by Tom Taylor,[...]
Multiverse Role Playing
Don't miss out on this chance to influence and enjoy the MARVEL MULTIVERSE ROLE-PLAYING GAME! Marvel Multiverse RPG Playtest Rulebook Released On Marvel Unlimited D616 SYSTEM: Mike Capps, Matt Forbeck & John Nee WRITER: Matt Forbeck COVER ARTISTS: Iban Coello & Jesus Aburtov VARIANT COVER ARTISTS: Peach Momoko; Logan Lubera & Rachelle Rosenberg CARTOGRAPHY: Brian Patterson LOGO DESIGN: Jonathan Silva GRAPHIC DESIGNER: Simeon[...]
Salvador Larroca Returns to Uncanny X-Men in June… Who Will Color?
If you've been following the recent saga of X-Men artist Salvador Larroca, you know that Larroca found himself in hot water after a now-deleted Facebook post showed him trash talking his colorist, Rachelle Rosenberg And soon after, issues of Uncanny X-Men drawn by Larroca began to feature Guru-eFX on colors instead of Rosenberg But if[...]
The Talent and Diversity Question at NYCC's 'Women of Marvel' Panel
Panel hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat were joined by Marvel creatives Kathleen Wisenski, Margaret Stohl, Leah Williams, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Jen Bartel which is a pretty solid lineup of talented people. The subject of this audience member's comment was regarding talent, diversity, and getting hired at Marvel, with an assertion that "women get hired in comics just because they're women" without "previous[...]
X-Men: Annual #2 cover by Djibril Morissette-Phan
There are still lighter moments with Kitty and her friends, and Shadowcat herself has a good sense of humor. X-Men: Gold Annual #2 art by Marco Failla and Rachelle Rosenberg Marco Failla's artwork is of a light and energetic style Emotions are often big and expressive, and detailing isn't so heavy as to weigh down the visual[...]
Marvel Rising: Alpha #1 cover by Gurihiru
Some of the dialogue is a bit cheesy too, but it's not as bad as some may expect in a comic like this. Marvel Rising Alpha #1 art by Georges Duarte and Rachelle Rosenberg Georges Duarte brings an energetic and lively art style to the book Motion, expression, and a general dynamism are put on display[...]
Dazzler: X-Song #1 cover by Elizabeth Torque and Ian Herring
There is a pair of Inhuman girls that are the focal point of the comic in the opening and then largely dropped from the book by the midway point. Dazzler X-Song #1 art by Laura Braga and Rachelle Rosenberg Laura Braga's artwork brings it all to life beautifully Faces are very expressive and generally well-crafted Every scene[...]
Falcon #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Listing the reasons why this sequence is incredibly flawed and tone deaf would add way more to this already-long review. Falcon #8 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara's artwork continues to be gorgeous, textured, and well-detailed He creates a dark and foreboding world for Sam and his allies to navigate, and he plays with[...]
X-Men Wedding Special #1 cover by J. Scott Campbell
However, the text is still smartly written, the overall story is so earnest (as patronizing as that compliment may sound), and Todd Nauck and Rachelle Rosenberg do a good job on the visuals As such, it's impossible to completely dislike it. X-Men Wedding Special #1 art by Todd Nauck and Rachelle Rosenberg The second story is the[...]
Marvel Rising #0 by Helen Chen
apparently having something bigger planned for the information gained from this operation. Marvel Rising #0 art by Marco Failla and Rachelle Rosenberg Marco Failla's artwork is what makes this worth it in the end The style is light, airy, and very kinetic The punches and kicks have a lot of impact to them which really draws you[...]
Tales of Suspense #104 cover by Yasmine Putri
It still leads to a creative and fun action scene; it just seems to contradict what the book was going for in its message. Tales of Suspense #104 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg pull off another gorgeous issue with Tales #104 The aforementioned action scenes are punch and look great[...]
Falcon #7 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Again, there is a good version of this somewhere in the multiverse; this just wasn't it. Falcon #7 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara returns to turn in an absolutely gorgeous issue of the book While the violence feels incurious, exploitative, and empty, it at least looks good Cassara weaves a pastoral, textured, and[...]
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #16 cover by Khary Randolph and Emilio Lopez
He should be doing that anyway because he's not Kaine, and Kaine is the one true Scarlet Spider. Mephisto's arrival does bring Ben's complicated feelings about his own status as a hero to a head, so that's something interesting from which to cliffhang a comic. Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #16 art by Will Sliney and Rachelle[...]
Black Widow Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino
Hopefully, the final issue won't ruin this by explaining too much. Ursa Major makes an appearance too, and he's surprisingly one of the most charming characters in the book. The finale is a more true-to-form comic book cliffhanger that is intended to be shocking but actually can't be what it appears. Tales of Suspense #103 art by Travel[...]
Falcon #6 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
I choose to believe Redwing's mouth. Falcon #6 art by Sebastian Cabrol and Rachelle Rosenberg Speaking of which, Sebastian Cabrol's artwork is beautiful Joshua Cassara did some fantastic work in Falcon, and he will be missed in the title However, Cabrol fills in well with a wonderfully textured and phenomenally detailed world The costumes look great, the[...]
Iceman #11 Cover by Kevin Wada
Bobby and Rictor have to maneuver through the new mutant's powers and emotions to save him and themselves, and the comic navigates the complexities of finding out that you are something that you have been convinced is inherently evil. The book also resolves the difficulties Bobby has had with his parents, and that ending is quite[...]
Tales of Suspense #102 cover by Yasmine Putri
It's impressive given how asinine the majority of this issue is. Tales of Suspense #102 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg Travel Foreman continues to bring a gritty, realistic, yet fluid world to this comic He is great at displaying expression and action, and the comic benefits greatly from his presence Meanwhile, Rachelle Rosenberg's color art[...]
Falcon #5 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
It seems more ambiguous than intended. Falcon #5 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara's artwork continues to be fantastic, creating the gritty world this comic needs The fight scenes look quite good, and there is a super satisfying panel of Sam punching the crap out of Blackheart The demon son himself has a great[...]
Iceman #10 Cover
Deadpool, so we're happy to be moving onto one of our favorites: Iceman! Iceman #10 Writer: Sina Grace Pencilers: Robert Gill Inkers: Robert Gill and Ed Tadeo Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Kevin Wada Iceman was left in big trouble at the conclusion of the previous issue During a going away party for Bobby before he moves to Los Angeles with[...]
Iceman #10 cover by Kevin Wada
Sometimes it's not about the size of the perceived wrong; sometimes it's just about the kind of person who has been "wronged." The aforementioned fight is epic, with Robert Gill, Ed Tadeo, and Rachelle Rosenberg bringing it to life in a stunning manner We get to see the full extent of both Bobby and Daken's abilities,[...]
The Falcon #4 Review: Good Character Study Wrapped in a Plot Tangent
It's an oddly refreshing change of pace. Falcon #4 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg make this another gorgeous comic with a unique visual identity all its own It's textured, atmospheric, and just looks generally quite gorgeous The colors give the world a cold and dangerous feeling that really jives with[...]
Tales of Suspense #101 cover by Andrea Sorrentino
However, this is still a superhero comic. Again, the interactions between Bucky and Clint make up for the comic's shortcomings and reading about these characters working together is delightful. Tales of Suspense #101 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg The fight scenes are really solid and high energy Travel Foreman is really skilled at depicting movement and[...]
Phoenix Resurrection 5
We make no promises about the use of your time, however. This week we've got Phoenix Resurrection #5, All-New Wolverine #30, Despicable Deadpool #293, Old Man Logan #34, and Jean Grey #11, but we're starting things off with Phoenix Resurrection #5: Phoenix Resurrection #5 Writer: Matty Rosenberg Artists: Leinil Francis Yu and Joe Bennett Inkers: Gerry Alanguilan and Belardino Brabo Colorist:[...]
Phoenix Resurrection
We'll kick things off with Phoenix Resurrection… Phoenix Resurrection #4 Writer: Matty Rosenberg Artist: Ramon Rosanas Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: Travis Lanham Damage: $3.99 In the previous issue, the X-Men had traveled to New Mexico after figuring out that Jean Grey's obsession with Butte Love meant she was probably at the scene where she and Cyclops did the nasty back in X-Men[...]
Iceman #8
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Iceman #8 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Joe Sabino continues the look at the adult Iceman's exploration of his new world as an out and proud gay man with a look at something every gay man (and in honesty, everyone) has had: an awkward family dinner. Iceman #8 cpver[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Iceman #7 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg and VC's Joe Sabino picks up right where the previous issue left off, with Iceman and the former Champions facing down some make-shift Sentinels that a far more dangerous than your average special effect. Iceman #7 cover by Kevin Wada Continuing the extrapolation of[...]
Either no one really cares, or everyone takes it in their stride and has no issues, and the character coming out gets that ideal reaction from their loved ones. Iceman #5 artwork by Alessandro Vitti and Rachelle Rosenberg But not all coming-outs are the ideal Yes, it's important to show young LGBTQ+ readers that the world can[...]