Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule has written novels, comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He is the author of Strange Attractors, 27, Strongman and Letter 44, as well as runs on Swamp Thing, Red Lanterns and Superman/Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Also a musician and an attorney, Soule somehow finds time to be one of the busiest writers in comics- Among his Marvel credits are Thunderbolts, She-Hulk and Inhuman - as well as the landmark Death of Wolverine, its immediate follow-up (Wolverines) and its eventual sequel (Return of Wolverine). Soule charted the adventures of a much-loved Star Wars characters in Lando and Poe Dameron. He continued the story of Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest in Uncanny Inhumans and All-New Inhumans; brought his legal expertise to the pages of Daredevil; and assembled a blockbuster squad in Astonishing X-Men. Following a stint on the dark side with Darth Vader, Soule turned his attention to the rebel crew in a new volume of Star Wars. Spanish artist Ramon Rosanas made his Marvel debut on The Age of the Sentry, a limited series chronicling classic Silver Age tales of the Golden Guardian of Good at the birth of the Marvel Age. Other projects include Spider-Man 1602 and the giant-sized World War Hulks, featuring key players of one of the biggest Hulk sagas ever told. Rosanas drew Atlas, and dipped his toe into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with an adaptation of Iron Man 2 and a prelude to Iron Man 3. Continuing his Marvel work, he helped make The Astonishing Ant-Man a big hit and drew a bold, new take on Carol Danvers in Mighty Captain Marvel.