Tag Archives: Matthew Rosenberg

Archie Comics Launches THE ARCHIES Ongoing in October

Real bands to guest-star in new series in the spirit of ARCHIE MEETS RAMONES and ARCHIE MEETS KISS! The all-star team of co-writers Alex Segura and Matt Rosenberg (ARCHIE MEETS RAMONES) and artist Joe Eisma (ARCHIE, RIVERDALE) reunite the teenage rockers known as THE ARCHIES this October for a new ongoing series spinning out of


Archie Comics has provided Comicosity with its EXCLUSIVE preview of next week’s Archie Crossover Collection TPB. Scroll down for full size preview images. ARCHIE CROSSOVER COLLECTION (TR) Get ready for this star-studded event as icons from music, film and sports visit Riverdale! From The Ramones to Michael Strahan, you’ll be star-struck reading this special collection!


EDGE OF VENOMVERSE #1 Written by Matthew Rosenberg Art by Roland Boschi, Adam Gorham, Daniel Brown, and Clayton Cowles Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: June 28, 2017 If any particular element of the Venom character as endured beyond the host character of Eddie Brock and the alien suit’s ties with Spider-Man, it is probably

Interview: Segura and Rosenberg Hit the Road with THE ARCHIES

Archie Comics has been exploding the last few months, taking the comic market by storm and now network television. But they’re not done experimenting yet. The latest in a series of one-shots designed to serve as pilots for potential ongoing series, The Archies narrows in on the gang as they pick up instruments and become

Review: KINGPIN #1

KINGPIN #1 Written by Matthew Rosenberg Art by Ben Torres, Jordan Boyd, Travis Lanham Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: February 8, 2017 “Born Against” launches the all-new Wilson Fisk-centric series in Kingpin #1. Written by Matthew Rosenberg and drawn by Ben Torres with colors from Jordan Boyd and letters courtesy of Travis Lanham, this


ROCKET RACCOON #1 Written by Matthew Rosenberg Art by Jorge Coelho, Antonio Fabela, Jeff Eckleberry Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: December 28, 2016 “This planet sucks,” is the first line of dialog in Rocket Raccoon #1 and from there, writer Matthew Rosenberg and artist Jorge Coelho give readers a story that seems like it