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Bill Rosemann discusses balancing his new job as Marvel's Creative Director with editing books like "Avengers Undercover." Plus, exclusive art!
Writer Brandon Seifert and Editor Bill Rosemann open up a lost theme park attraction in "Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird," exploring the origin of the wild ride.
Editor Bill Rosemann gives CBR the first word on Matt Kindt's "Inhumanity: The Awakening," the December-launching miniseries which embroils the teen heroes of the Marvel U in the chaos of "Inhumanity."
CBR spoke with writer Joe Keatinge & editor Bill Rosemann about "Marvel Knights: Hulk," a "super science thriller" which finds an amnesiac Bruce Banner on the streets of Paris hunted by a mysterious foe.
Last year Marvel helped convinced a 4 year-old boy that superheroes do wear hearing aids, and now the publisher is taking the inspirational message wide with a new poster campaign.
CBR News spoke with "Avengers Arena" editor Bill Rosemann about the series' second arc, "Game On," which kicks off in April's issue #8 and features revelations about X-23 and Darkhawk.
When a 4-year-old from New Hampshire didn’t want to wear his hearing aid, Hawkeye came to the rescue -- with a lot of help from the Marvel Bullpen. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Writer William Harms and artist Declan Shalvey send the villainous Crossbones on a dangerous mission in "Captain America and Crossbones." We spoke with both creators and editor Bill Rosemann about the one-shot.
In the final pages of "Avengers Academy" #1, writer Christos Gage and artist Mike McKone dropped a bombshell about what's really going on. We spoke with Gage and editor Bill Rosemann about the shocking revelation.
In "Siege: Captain America," writer Christos Gage examines what the smaller battles in the titular conflict means for Marvel's two Caps. We spoke with Gage and his editor Bill Rosemann about the one-shot.
We spoke with Bill Rosemann and writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the current "Nova" story, a tale that plunges the title character into a mysterious situation devised by one of his oldest and most dangerous foes, the Sphinx.
This November, writer Jeff Parker delves into the twisted psyches of some of the Marvel U’s most dangerous killers when he takes over as the regular writer of “Thunderbolts.” We spoke with Parker and Editor Bill Rosemann.
This December, terrorists, madmen and despots better run and hide - James Rhodes is suited up and ready to do what he does best. We spoke with Greg Pak and Bill Rosemann about the ongoing "War Machine" series
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Gabriele Dell’otto's cover of "Ultimate X-Men" #97, as well as a special teaser from series editor Bill Rosemann.