In one of the most anticipated reboots of recent years, Thrillbent’s Mark Waid and Saga’s Fiona Staples have come together to reimagine one one of comic’s most beloved characters in Archie #1. But can this dream team pull out all the stops to delight both old and new fans and make this 75 year old character relevant […]
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Archie Comics are throwing their hat back into the superhero ring with a relaunch of their Red Circle line now known as Dark Circle Comics. Their first salvo is The Fox, a Batman-esque character from writer/artist Dean Haspiel and digital comics godfather Mark Waid. But will this be a gamble which pays off, or will this be […]
Not content with just producing some of the world’s best cutting edge digital comics, today Mark Waid and John Rogers’ Thrillbent have announced that award-winning writer/artist Terry Moore, will be bringing his long-running masterpiece Strangers In Paradise to the site beginning Friday, July 3.
You would expect the galaxy’s #1 Evil Empire defeating royal to be in safe hands as comics veterans Mark Waid and Terry Dodson take the reins of the third Star Wars-based comic from the Marvel/Disney-era in Princess Leia #1. But does this 6 issue limited series do Leia Organa justice, or is it just providing simple scraps […]
Mark Waid is no stranger to the world of digital comics, thanks to his digital imprint Thrillbent and his work on Marvel’s Infinite comics he has become a de facto godfather of digital comics. Well he has taken that role one step further with the announcement of a new digital comics super team – The Digital Comics Coalition – and […]
Since taking the reins of the series, Mark Waid has infused Daredevil with a sense of swashbuckling adventure and optimism, turning the book into one of the most critically acclaimed on shelves, a far cry from the dark, somber, noir-esques storylines the title was previously known for. But the past can’t stay buried forever and […]
The digital comics dream team of Mark Waid and Peter Krause tackle the Man Without Fear and take him into the brave new world of Infinite Comics (via San Francisco) in Marvel Comics’ Daredevil: Road Warrior #1.
“It’s opened up a lot of unusual visual opportunities for us to explore” Mark Waid and Peter Krause talk Daredevil Road Warrior Infinite
2014 is set to be a fantastic year for digital comics, with more great titles from the comics world’s top publishers. But the title we’re currently looking forward to the most in 2014 is Mark Waid and Peter Krause’s trip to the west coast with the Man Without Fear in Daredevil Road Warrior a new weekly […]
“If someone gave me a reasonable budget for coding and art, I could make the most shit-hot, next-level digital comic you have ever seen!” Alex de Campi on being a digital comics trailblazer and the return of Valentine on Thrillbent
When it comes to the evolution of digital comics, Alex de Campi’s Valentine may not be a name that is instantly associated with the rise of ComiXology and Guided View, but it is every bit as important and influential as any Infinite title. Along with artist Christine Larsen, de Campi paved the way for what we currently […]
“It feel as if it is a black and white movie instead of a comic book” Christina Blanch and Chris Carr discuss prison comic The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood, Thrillbent and why it’s NOT the Breaking Bad of comics
If it’s one thing we keep getting reminded, it’s that digital comics are about much more than superheroes and spandex. The latest example of this is the excellent The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood from Mark Waid’s Thrillbent. Written by Christina Blanch & Chris Carr and based on their experiences of teaching in US prisons, Charlie Wormwood […]