Rachelle Rosenberg


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

During New York Comic Con’s “Women of Marvel” panel, an audience member stepped up to the mic during the Fan Q&A Session to ask about the company’s policy for hiring its creative staff. 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 […]


Marvel Rising: Alpha #1 cover by Gurihiru

Marvel Rising Alpha #1 Review: Flawed but Endearing and Well-Intentioned

Ember Quade is a teenage girl who learned last year that she is an Inhuman. She knows her powers interfere with electronics, but she isn’t sure how exactly. After a group of bullies continually harass her, she learns she can make hardlight constructs out of pixel-like building blocks. After these go awry, her power attracts […]

Dazzler: X-Song #1 cover by Elizabeth Torque and Ian Herring

Dazzler: X-Song #1 Review: Freedom in Music

Dazzler has returned to her music career, hosting concerts for mutants, Inhumans, and metahumans. Things were going well, but there is now an anti-Inhuman hate group of mutants now attempting to bar Inhumans from entering Dazzler’s concerts. She wants to be done with the superhero scene, but she can’t sit by and allow this bigotry […]

Falcon #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Falcon #8 Review: A Disappointing Ending to a Promising Solo Series

Falcon is overrun by Deacon Frost’s vampiric hordes as he tries to fight his way to Patriot. Elsewhere, Misty Knight and Blade finish their business in the sewers and make their way towards Falcon and Patriot. The Patriot himself has managed a daring escape, but Deacon Frost is hard to avoid. This is the final […]


X-Men Wedding Special #1 cover by J. Scott Campbell

X-Men Wedding Special #1 Review: A Middling Prenup

As the wedding of Kitty Pryde and Colossus approaches, we are given three stories to whet our nuptial appetite. We first find Kitty Pryde reflecting on her life and the tragedies and victories along the way. After that, we join Piotr Rasputin’s Las Vegas bachelor party joined by Nightcrawler, Gambit, Iceman, and the new Pyro. […]

Marvel Rising #0 by Helen Chen

Marvel Rising #0 Review: Rodents and Embiggening

Kamala Khan is on a field trip to Howard Anthony Stark School for Technical Excellence with Doreen Green as the guide. Things are dull when A.I.M arrives to take the students hostage. Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl quickly spring into action to halt these technological terrorists for a team-up of titanic teenagers. So, Marvel Rising […]

Thanos Annual #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela

Thanos Annual #1 Review: Reading Nietzsche While Watching Caddyshack

Thanos Annual #1 presents us with a series of stories of the Mad Titan delivered by the Cosmic Ghost Rider in the afterlife. The first gives an anecdote of Thanos training Gamora to be a warrior. The second is an interesting hobby of the tyrant. The third is a show of artistic flair from the […]


Tales of Suspense #104 cover by Yasmine Putri

Tales of Suspense #104 Review: Attack of the Ballerinas

Black Widow is commended and made a leader of this iteration of the Red Room for her apparent assassination of both Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier. Of course, both Clint and Bucky have survived and, after escaping the safe room they were left trapped within, return to their hunt for Natasha. However, Black Widow has […]

Falcon #7 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Falcon #7 Review: The Series Seems to Have Lost Its Way

The Falcon is ambushed by a horde of vampires, one of which has the Patriot’s mask. In the morgue, Misty Knight is attacked by the would-be corpses located within. Thankfully, Blade arrives to save Misty. The Falcon discovers that Patriot is being held by Deacon Frost, and Misty and Blade search the hives located in […]

Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #16 cover by Khary Randolph and Emilio Lopez

Ben Reilly the Scarlet Spider #16 Review: Empty, Aimless, but Pretty Fun

Ben Reilly, the Scarlet Spider, has been roped into the conflict between Wong’s Midnight Sons and Mephisto. Wong sends the Scarlet Spider away to hold off the demons in Las Vegas’ strip. This initially seems like an easy task with Ben’s Spider Sense, but he soon learns that the demons don’t trigger it immediately. It […]

Black Widow Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Tales of Suspense #103 Review: What Has Black Widow Been Up To?

Black Widow is still alive. She’s working for the Red Room again. How did this happen? What has she been doing? What does this have to do with the resurfacing of Yelena Belova and the other mysterious events happening around the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye? Tales of Suspense #103 departs from following Hawkeye and Winter Soldier […]

Falcon #6 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Falcon #6 Review: Superhero Romance Done Right

Falcon is late for a meet-up with Misty Knight due to an attempted robbery of an armored car. Misty is losing patience for this, but the Patriot is too busy to cover for Sam. Little does the Falcon know that someone is working against him from the shadows. I’m so happy that Misty Knight is […]

Iceman #11 Cover by Kevin Wada

Iceman #11 Review: A Beautiful End to a Solid Series

Iceman and Rictor answer a request from Bobby’s mom. One of their neighbors, who’s known for being a recluse, has possibly manifested mutant powers. Energy is emanating from his house, and Iceman and Rictor must gently break the news to the man, if they can survive his powers. Another excellent book reaching its premature end, […]

Tales of Suspense #102 cover by Yasmine Putri

Tales of Suspense #102 Review: Poor Plotting, but the Chemistry Saves it

Tales of Suspense #102 kicks off with the Winter Solider and Hawkeye taking former Black Widow Yelena Belova back to her apartment for interrogation. Once the questioning proves unfruitful, they tail her to her next location. Things don’t go as planned, though. Clint and Bucky must chase down other leads to discover if Natasha Romanoff […]

Falcon #5 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Falcon #5 Review: An Uplifting Finale to a Strange Story

The Falcon touches base with Rayshaun and Joaquin about his experiences and where he plans on going forward. They will be covering crowd control. Meanwhile, Doctor Voodoo and Daimon Hellstrom will be taking the fight to Dray and Blackheart respectively. This finale to “Take Flight” prioritizes contextualizing where the Falcon is right now on his […]