Matthew Rosenberg



Hip Archie Comics Announces Archie Meets the B52s for February 2020

Hip Archie Comics Announces Archie Meets The B-52s One-Shot for February 2020

Continuing their policy of staying ahead of the latest trends in pop culture, Archie Comics will publish a mini-series in which the Riverdale gang meets New Wave band The B-52s. Launching next February, the one-shot will be written by Alex Segura and Matthew Rosenberg, with art by Dan Parent. A press release provides more details […]

Dan Abnett Returns to Marvel Cosmic for Annihilation Scourge in December Solicits

Dan Abnett Returns to Marvel Cosmic for Annihilation Scourge in December Solicits

Marvel has revealed the December solicitations for Annihilation Scourge, following the Annihilation Scourge Alpha one-shot that launches the event in November. It looks like the event will include a series of one-shots in December and then wrap up with an Omega issue that same month. It’s not revealed whether there will be any additional one-shots […]

Matthew Rosenberg Says Yes to Donny Cates...

Matthew Rosenberg Says Yes to Donny Cates…

Yesterday, months worth of stalking global entertainment superstar Donny Cates‘ every move and chronicling them in our All Donny, All the Time gossip column, Donny Cates Equals Clicks, finally paid off. After reporting on a romantic gesture wherein the Absolute Carnage writer bought flowers for fiancee Megan Hutchison and then made her dinner “just because,” […]

Fun House: Matt Rosenberg Was Right

Fun House: Matt Rosenberg Was Right

When Matthew Rosenberg writes on Twitter (2, 3) that writers share some responsibility to promote an upcoming work, he accurately describes the reality of launching a new comic into 2019’s retail landscape. He does not absolve publishers of the responsibility to promote the work at all. This isn’t a big enough or healthy enough industry […]

Fanboy Rampage: Whose Job Is It To Sell Comics, Anyway?

Fanboy Rampage: Whose Job Is It To Sell Comics, Anyway?

Solving the woes of an ailing comic book industry is one of comicdom’s favorite pastimes, with many a theory offered as to why any given direct market superhero comic book only seems to be able to sell to 100,000 or less readers, often far less, while superhero movies and television shows capture the imagination of […]


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All the Uncanny X-Men Deaths Jonathan Hickman Has Already Undone

With the Marvel Next Big Thing panel out of the way at San Diego Comic-Con, we now know what the X-Men’s new status quo will look like in the Dawn of X era coming this Fall. And if you’ve been reading Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larocca’s Uncanny X-Men, it probably looks a lot different than […]

Matthew Rosenberg Says It Was Painful to Kill Off So Many X-Men

Matthew Rosenberg Says It Was Painful to Kill Off So Many X-Men

With the rate at which Uncanny X-Men writer Matthew Rosenberg has been killing off characters, you might be tempted to think he enjoys it. That’s apparently not the case, according to Rosenberg himself. Answering questions in this week’s X-Men Monday column at Adventures in Poor Taste, Rosenberg was asked about the wanton character deaths during […]

An Anti-Vaxxer's Nightmare in Uncanny X-Men #20

Uncanny X-Men #20, A Case Against Vaccination? (Preview)

Uncanny X-Men #20 hits stores next week, as Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larroca’s run on the book edges closer to oblivion ahead of Jonathan Hickman’s line-wide relaunch. With nothing left to lose, is Matthew Rosenberg including an anti-vaccination message in the pages of the book? Well, read the preview below and decide for yourself! It […]

Matthew Rosenberg Writes a Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Prequel Comic

Matthew Rosenberg Writes a Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Prequel Comic

Following up on announcements of a new team book called Strikeforce starring Spider-Woman, Blade, Wiccan, Winter Soldier, Angela, Spectrum, and Daimon Hellstrom, a new Web of Black Widow comic by Jody Houser and Stephen Mooney, and the potential return of the Ultimate Universe in Miles Morales #250 (it’s Legacy numbering), Marvel has also announced that […]

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Matthew Rosenberg Doubles His Body Count in Today’s Uncanny X-Men (SPOILERS)

With Jonathan Hickman’s big X-Men relaunch kicking off in July, we now know for certain that Uncanny X-Men will end with issue #22 that same month. But by the time Hickman gets to take over the franchise, will there be any X-Men left? Perhaps not, if Uncanny X-Men writer Matthew Rosenberg has his way. Read […]

Matthew Rosenberg Talks the End of Uncanny X-Men

Matthew Rosenberg Says Goodbye to Uncanny X-Men

It seems like just last year when we were all getting ready for the big relaunch of Uncanny X-Men. Actually, that’s because it was just last year. November, in fact, less than six months ago, is when Matthew Rosenberg, alongside Kelly Thompson, Ed Brisson, and artists Mahmud Asrar, R.B. Silva, Yildiray Cinar, Mahmud Asrar, Mark […]

Matthew Rosenberg Acknowledges Criticism of Death of (SPOILERS) in Uncanny X-Men #17

Uncanny X-Men writer Matthew Rosenberg has returned once again from Twitter hiatus to acknowledge criticism of Uncanny X-Men #17, which features the explanation of the death of a longtime X-Men character. If you don’t want to be spoiled on the death, which was first revealed in Uncanny X-Men #16, then you should probably click away […]

How Toxic Masculinity Killed (SPOILERS) in Uncanny X-Men

Marvel Comics killed off a few characters in April, but one death in particular stood out. It’s no surprise that death occurred in Uncanny X-Men, as writer Matthew Rosenberg has been ramping up his kill rate significantly. But today’s Uncanny X-Men #17 makes an already-heartbreaking death even more tragic. If you don’t want to be […]

Shockingly, Nobody Dies in This Uncanny X-Men #17 Preview

Shockingly, Nobody Dies in This Uncanny X-Men #17 Preview (Spoilers)

Uncanny X-Men writer Matthew Rosenberg has made no secret about his penchant for killing off all of your favorite X-Men characters. And we recently learned that Rosenberg, with the possible end of his run on the book coming with Jonathan Hickman’s X-boot, Rosenberg may be stepping up his game to kill as many beloved characters […]

In Next Week's Uncanny X-Men, a Character Will DIE!!! (Spoilers)

In Next Week’s Uncanny X-Men, a Character Will DIE!!! (Spoilers)

Uncanny X-Men writer Matthew Rosenberg has quit and rejoined his award-winning Twitter account so many times we’ve lost count, but the X-scribe returned to the social media service Friday to post a tantalizing spoiler for next week’s issue, Uncanny X-Men #16. According to Rosenberg, “not everyone will make it out” of the issue. So who […]

In Darkness A Light Shines On Matthew Rosenberg

In Darkness A Light Shines On Matthew Rosenberg

Two more neat references from Matt Rosenberg‘s (The Punisher, Uncanny X-Men) Marvel bibliography. In The Punisher #5 (2018), Frank Castle finds at least one Hydra thug working at a fast food restaurant called Dimmu Burger. That one’s a pretty clear nod to Dimmu Borgir, the Scandinavian symphonic black metal band. For a couple years they […]

A Solution for Age of X-Man Continuity Problems in Spider-Man/Deadpool #47

Marvel Comics has a problem. When you’re publishing 20 X-books in a single month, it’s hard to keep track of all the timelines. Sometimes a character is supposed to be over here, but they’re actually over there. If they’re a Wolverine, they’re everywhere. You know how it goes. In the case of Dani Moonstar, appearing […]

Marvel Revives Classic Star Wars Series as Matthew Rosenberg Quits Twitter Again

Superstar comic book writer Matthew Rosenberg really is living out his childhood dreams. That bastard. Not only has Rosenberg become the sole writer of Uncanny X-Men, but now he will bring back Marvel’s classic Star Wars comic book series, albeit for one issue only, in May. Marvel media partner ComicBook.com was given the EX-X-XCLUSIVE reveal […]