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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.
Thrillbent co-founder John Rogers visited the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon in Anaheim to discuss the difference between comics and TV work, working on "Catwoman," why the future is digital and more.
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.
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.
Oswald the Rabbit and creators' rights! John Rogers talks Thrillbent and digital comics! James Robinson talks "Earth 2"! Tom Batiuk on "Funky Winkerbean's" new gay storyline! Plus much more!
Industry legend Mark Waid has been teasing his digital comics plans since WonderCon, and now he's given it a name. Mark Waid and John Rogers will launch Thrillbent on May 1!
ROBOT 6 spoke with "Leverage" co-creator John Rogers about this Sunday's holiday episode, the finale of season three and his work on IDW Publishing's "Dungeons & Dragons" comic.
“Dungeons and Dragons” returns to comics in November courtesy of "Leverage" and “Blue Beetle” scribe John Rogers. CBR News spoke with Rogers about the new IDW series following this summer's #0 issue.
IDW takes some time at NYCC to discuss their Hasbro licensed titles, answer questions about the future of books like "Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" and address fan reaction to “Infestation."
The critically acclaimed former writer of “Blue Beetle,” John Rogers melds his science and pop culture backgrounds into a new heist show starring Timothy Hutton that depicts something of a modern day Robin Hood.