Rachelle Rosenberg


Iceman #10 Review: A Good Story Despite its On-the-Nose Moral

Iceman #10 Review: A Good Story Despite its On-the-Nose Moral

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

The Falcon #4 Review: Good Character Study Wrapped in a Plot Tangent

It’s an oddly refreshing change of pace.[caption id="attachment_786195" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Falcon #4 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]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[...]

Tales of Suspense #101 Review: Great Character Interactions and High Action

Tales of Suspense #101 Review: Great Character Interactions and High Action

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.[caption id="attachment_786014" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tales of Suspense #101 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]The fight scenes are really solid and high energy[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 A Beloved Character Returns and Dies Again in Shocking Phoenix Resurrection #5 Twist

X-Men: Bland Design – A Beloved Character Returns and Dies Again in Shocking Phoenix Resurrection #5 Twist

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:[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 Marvels Shipping Preferences Revealed in Phoenix Resurrection #4

X-Men: Bland Design – Marvel's Shipping Preferences Revealed in Phoenix Resurrection #4

We'll kick things off with Phoenix Resurrection...Phoenix Resurrection #4 Writer: Matty Rosenberg Artist: Ramon Rosanas Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: Travis Lanham Damage: $3.99In 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 Review: The X-Men Book with the Most Heart Continues

Iceman #8 Review: The X-Men Book with the Most Heart Continues

[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.[caption id="attachment_758156" align="aligncenter"[...]

Iceman #7 Review: An Exciting New Start For The Frosty Mutant

Iceman #7 Review: An Exciting New Start For The Frosty Mutant

[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.[caption id="attachment_741892" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iceman #7 cover by Kevin[...]

Iceman #5 Review: The Icebreaker Becomes A Heartbreaker

Iceman #5 Review: The Icebreaker Becomes A Heartbreaker

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.[caption id="attachment_710781" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iceman #5 artwork by Alessandro Vitti and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]But not all coming-outs are the ideal Yes, it's important to show young LGBTQ+ readers[...]

Iceman #3 Review: Now The Show Really Gets Started

Iceman #3 Review: Now The Show Really Gets Started

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Iceman #3 by Sina Grace, Alessandro Vitti and Rachelle Rosenberg is really the cornerstone issue for the series thus far.This issue follows the night that Bobby Drake goes home to visit the parents, ostensibly to come out to them as a newly minted gay man, Instead, Bobby finds himself facing the same kind of[...]

Secret Empire #5 Review &#8211 Just Not Good Super Hero Fiction

Secret Empire #5 Review – Just Not Good Super Hero Fiction

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Now, even though I am Bleeding Cool's "Secret Empire is actually pretty good" guy, doesn't mean I think the series is perfect. It has its flaws, and one of my first two articles for BC was my review of #2, which was a comic that could basically be summed up with "Hey, don't […]

Iceman #2 Review &#8211 Classic X-Men Melodrama

Iceman #2 Review – Classic X-Men Melodrama

It feels classic and fun, with some really great action set pieces, and Bobby Drake's penchant for dropping jokes left and right, whether they land or not, is still present.However, there are a few elements in this issue that are a little problematic.Firstly, there's the scene where Kitty breaks down and reveals how upset she[...]