Showing posts with label Scott Rosenberg. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Scott Rosenberg. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Rosenberg on Robinson auction

Scott A. Rosenberg, former DC-area reporter on comics, has a New York story - on Jerry Robinson's art auction

Comic art auction could break records
AMNY Urbanite blog November 9 2010

Friday, October 08, 2010

Former area comics reporter Scott Rosenberg on NY Comic con

Ahh, I miss the days when the Examiner had 3 pages of comics and Rosenberg and Truitt cranking out comic book stories...

New York Comic Con: Four Tips to Survive the Extravaganza
By Scott A. Rosenberg
AM NY October 7 2010

Thursday, August 12, 2010

City Paper and Express on Scott Pilgrim

Cera redefines the action romp, while Stallone finds accidental hilarity
By Tricia Olszewski
Washington City Paper August 13, 2010

And the Express gets weird on us. Former DC-area comics writer does the online one -

Geek Love: 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,' In Theaters
Written by Express contributor Scott Rosenberg
August 12 2010

while they publish a different one in the print edition -

Alter, Ethan / Film Journal International. 2010.
The 'Pilgrim's Progress: Filmmaker Edgar Wright puts a trippy spin on a comic-book tale of young love.
[Washington Post] Express (August 12): 23

Monday, September 28, 2009

More SPX photos

This set's new additions has local DC cartoonists and my friends for the most part. Many of the shots are by my daughter, and these are from Day 2- Sunday, 9/27/09.

Chris Schweizer. I love his Crogan's Revenge pirate story.

100_8158 Scott Rosenberg
Crack ex-DC journalist Scott Rosenberg.

100_8154 Steve Conley
Steve Conley. Steve was selling original strips from Socks and Barney for an insanely low price so I bought 2. (that's one of Rob Ullman's girls behind him)

100_8155 Rob Ullman
Rob Ullman, the sadly-missed Washington City Paper's Savage Love columnist.

100_8153 Carla Speed McNeil
Carla Speed McNeil of Finder

100_8152 Andy Runton
Andy Runton of Owly. Box Brown in the background. Pic by Claire.

100_8150 Jennifer Hachigian
Jennifer Hachigian who does Lore. Pic by Claire.

100_8149 Jim Ottaviani
Jim Ottaviani of GT Labs. Pic by Claire.

100_8143 Doug Bratton and John Kovaleski
Doug "Pop Culture Shock Therapy" Bratton and John "Bo-nanas" Kovaleski. I wasn't familiar with Bratton's work but bought a complete set. I think I've got a full set of John's except for minis.

100_8145 John Kovaleski
John Kovaleski

100_8146 Raina Telgemeier
Raina Telgemeier. Pic by Claire.

100_8160 Ed Piskor
Ed Piskor. Pic by Claire.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Rosenberg spoils Spider-Man

Our old buddy, former-Examiner-and-Express-columnist-gone-big-city-boy-reporter, Scott Rosenberg's got a story in AM NY that reveals so much you don't actually have to buy the comic book. Take it away, Scott - "Marvel Comics shocker: Bloomberg out, Spider-Man's nemesis in as city's new mayor," by Scott A. Rosenberg on April 15, 2009.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Monday, November 10, 2008

Monday, November 03, 2008

Two comics articles in Express today

For some reason, the Express, which is owned by the Washington Post, ran a wire story on Trudeau calling the election in Doonesbury from the LA Times even though the story was broken by the Post’s own Michael Cavna on the Post’s Comic Riffs blog.

Also, Scott Rosenberg had an article, "Comedy Before Country: A Mad magazine man talks about poking fun at the political" interviewing John Ficarra in the Express (November 3): 18.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Scott Rosenberg on 9-11 book

Scott used to live here and write for the Express. He's off to the big city now (and has a chapter in my Pekar book). For his look at "American
Widow," written by Alissa Torres and drawn by Sungyoon Choi, see "9/11 book seeks to explain tragedy" By Scott A. Rosenberg, AM New York September 10, 2008. I bought a copy of the book today, but haven't looked at it yet.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Eddie Campbell interview

Our old buddy Scott Rosenberg's picked up and gone to the big city, where's he's interviewed Eddie Campbell on "The Amazing Remarkable Monsieur Leotard," - "Step right up for an old-time circus," By Scott A. Rosenberg, AM New York July 29, 2008.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Ex-Express reporter Rosenberg on NYC comic events

Scott Rosenberg's got a couple of articles in his new paper AM NY - see his Ten-Cent Plague review at "Curse of the comics," by Scott A. Rosenberg, April 15, 2008 and "An iFanboy guide to Surviving Comic Con," by Scott A. Rosenberg, April 15, 2008.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Scott Rosenberg reviews That Salty Air

See "Young Man & the Sea: 'That Salty Air'," by Scott Rosenberg, April 9, 2008. That's two articles in two weeks for Scott; maybe he's not completely left us for the big city.

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Comics journalist Scott Rosenberg heading to NYC

Scott who has written many a comics story for the Examiner and then the Express reports, "I’m leaving for New York to become an assistant editor for amNew York, the largest circulated newspaper in Manhattan. It’s a free daily commuter, just like Express. The circulation is more than 300,000. But my byline will still be showing up in Express as a freelancer, hopefully covering comics still, but definitely still writing."

Best of luck in the New Year, Scott, although I'll miss running into you at Big Planet.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Gurewitch and Perry Bible Fellowship in Express

See "Fellowship of Absurdity: Nicholas Gurewitch releases a new volume of comic strip-oddities [online title - Fellowship of Absurdity: Artist Nicholas Gurewitch]." by Scott Rosenberg, Express (November 29, 2007)

Gurewitch will be appearing at Atomic Pop in Baltimore tonight. If anyone goes to this, I'd like a signed copy of the book and will reimburse you. Late notice, I know.