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Maverick digital comics platform Thrillbent announced a new app featuring subscription options and the digital return of Mark Waid & Barry Kitson's "Empire."
Thrillbent heads Mark Waid & John Rogers discuss the digital comics platform's progress in 2013 and their plans for it moving forward into the New Year.
Mark Waid and Peter Krause's latest collaboration is "Daredevil: Road Warrior," a Marvel Infinite Comic taking the title character cross country.
Mark Waid’s Thrillbent, which hosts a variety of digital comics that can be read in a variety of different ways, is adding a new way to purchase titles: download-to-own. ROBOT 6 has details.
Thrillbent.com's Mark Waid and a panel of fellow creators, including James Tynion IV and Asa Tait, gave a behind the scenes look at how comic books are produced for the digital publisher.
Mark Waid discusses the upgrades readers have discovered with the release of Thrillbent 2.0, and how the site has begun to tackle the tough subjects of distribution, monetization and more.
"Insufferable" artist Peter Krause discusses the return of his and Mark Waid's Thrillbent comic, the appeal of going digital and the way his approach to illustrating has adapted to accommodate the online format.
A redesign for Mark Waid's forward-thinking comics portal Thrillbent includes new comics, new features and enhanced sharing options that will make spreading strips like "Insufferable" as easy as posting YouTube clips.
The WonderCon panel for Mark Waid's webcomics venture Thrillbent featured information on the website's upcoming redesign and a look at a number of new titles in development.
Eight months after launching his website Thrillbent, comics veteran Mark Waid talks with ROBOT 6 about what he's learned about the digital arena, money matters, bringing "Insufferable" to comiXology, and his plans for 2013.
Mark Waid discusses bringing Thrillbent back online following a nasty hack, new content from Karl Kesel and Ron Randall and the challenges facing the website moving forward while teasing a bit about "Indestructible Hulk."
With the successful launch of his own proof of concept digital series "Insufferable" well under way, Mark Waid prepares to open the floodgates to Top Cow's Pilot Season, new series, new creators and a planned mobile app.
Mark Waid discusses the challenges and benefits of working in digital and print, gives a brief rundown of some upcoming creators and projects on Thrillbent and what to expect from his and Max Brooks' Legendary project.
Mark Waid went above and beyond to interact with fans interested in hearing his thoughts about his Thrillbent online initiative and the future of both print and digital comics.
In a week when Mark Waid's Thrillbent.com launch was on everyone's minds, Valiant went digital-exclusive with comiXology, Panelfly got an overhaul and 215 Ink plans to give away tablets if you buy its comics.
Greg McElhatton gives "Insufferable" #1 4 stars saying the free Thrillbent debut comic by Mark Waid and Peter Krause "has just the right length and detail to hook the reader, without giving everything away in its first outing."
CBR presents the video interview and complete transcript of Mark Waid discussing his webcomics venture Thrillbent.com, the concept behind "Insufferable" and his critically-acclaimed work on Marvel's "Daredevil."
In the wake of his announcement of digital comics portal Thrillbent, Mark Waid outlines his hopes for capturing new readers, the platform's experimental nature and the core of his first ongoing web comic with Peter Krause, "Insufferable."
At C2E2, Mark Waid announced the May 1 launch of Thrillbent.com where he and "Irredeemable" artist Peter Krause will reunite on "Insufferable," a series about a former sidekick who turns out to be a full-on jerk.