Matthew Rosenberg is an American comic book writer. He is currently the author of Marvel Comics Punisher and Resurrection of Jean Grey Series.
In this week's episode of Off Panel, writer Matthew Rosenberg returns to the show to chat about writing and Hawkeye: Freefall. Rosenberg discusses how things change when you're writing a comic where you know what's coming next, his X-Men run, taking risks in stories, managing reader expectations, patience in storytelling, the origins of Hawkeye: Freefall, standing out from previous with the character, what makes a good Hawkeye comic to him, finding new angles with existing characters, why The Hood and Ronin are in Hawkeye, Otto Schmidt's art, the appeal of shorter stories, and more.
Ben sat down with writer Matthew Rosenberg (Uncanny X-Men, 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank, Punisher, Annihilation Scourge) to discuss how he got into comics, running a record label, the whirlwind of the year that was 2019, and his much anticipated book Hawkeye: Freefall that releases January 1st 2020!
Alright Folks, We’ve done it. It’s Done. Graciously, Matthew Rosenberg decided to call in to the Perfectly Acceptable Podcast and take an hour to talk to Jeff and Django in advance of his upcoming book Hawkeye Freefall! Which, spoilers, is great. We had an awesome time talking to him and are super grateful. So gather ‘round the fire with us, come, come weary traveler, and listen as Matt tells us tales from his many years in both the Comics and music Industry.Subscribe to us on iTunes or wherever you like to get your podcasts.Call in with your questions at 1-619-663-7336. Or email them to us info at our website address.
In this week's episode of Off Panel from Emerald City Comic Con, writer Matthew Rosenberg joins the show to talk about his path to Marvel and the experience of writing the X-Men. Rosenberg discusses how his work experience in comic shops impacts him, the role his Black Mask work played in getting him on radars, the DC Writers Program, why Marvel has been a good fit for him, the Bendis vacuum, tying his early X-Men work into his Uncanny run, Peter David's X-Factor, his oddball Uncanny team, their strange mix of costumes, managing expectations, what the X-Men mean to people, and more. Note: this was recorded before the announcement about Jonathan Hickman's pending arrival on the X-Books.
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New York, New York, United States of America
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4 hours, 11 minutes
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