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On The Cheap: Pay What You Want For Rogers And DiVito’s ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ In This Week’s Humble Bundle

Dungeons & Dragons, IDW

This week's Humble Book Bundle is built around Dungeons & Dragons comics, and while there are a whole lot of comics in there, I'm going to go ahead and guess that whether or not you're going to enjoy a lot of them depends entirely on how you feel about Drizzt Do'Urden, most noble of the dark elves of Menzoberranzan and the twin scimitars that he uses to battle the evil of Faerûn alongside his astral panther Guenhwyvar. If that's your jam, well, you don't need any more convincing to get over there and check it out.

If it's not, well, you still need to get over there and check it out, because you can pay whatever the heck you want for John Rogers and Andrea DiVito's 2011 run on Dungeons & Dragons, one of the best fantasy comics of all time.

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Best Bets: Comixology’s ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Sale

Dungeons & Dragons, IDW

I think we can all agree that the best comics are cheap comics, which is why I always keep an eye on Comixology's sales page to see if there are any good deals to be had. This week, they've announced a pretty big sale on IDW's Dungeons & Dragons comics, including all three collections of John Rogers and Andrea Di Vito's run from 2011 for five bucks each, and seriously? If you don't already have them, you need to get those immediately.
Dungeons & Dragons wasn't just a great licensed comic and it wasn't just a great fantasy comic, it was legitimately one of the best comics on the stands, period, and a pretty stellar example of the increasingly popular "group of adventurers inadvertently cause everything around them to explode in increasingly terrible ways" genre.

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‘Thrillbent 3.0′ Introduces Subscription Model, App, New ‘Empire,’ ‘Insufferable,’ ‘Charlie Wormwood’

Thrillbent 3.0

Thrillbent, the digital comics publishing website founded by writers Mark Waid and John Rogers, has spent the past two years offering up free comics for pretty much free.

In a Wednesday blog post, Waid unveiled what he's calling "Thrillbent 3.0," which adds another layer of content that Waid is calling a sort of "Hulu Plus of comics." Fans can pay a $3.99 monthly fee -- about as much as the cover price for most Marvel single issues -- to access a collection of titles including a revived version of Waid, Barry Kitson and Chris Sotomayor's Gorilla Comics/DC series Empire. There's also a free new app available for iOS that gives fans mobile access to the material.

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War Rocket Ajax #113: John Rogers Talks ‘D&D,’ Thrillbent and the Catwoman Movie


This week on War Rocket Ajax, writer John Rogers joins the podcast to talk about the new digital comics initiative he's a part of with Mark Waid, Thrillbent! But the interview doesn't stop there, as he tells Chris and Matt about writing Blue Beetle for DC, his take on making Dungeons & Dragons fun for comics, and yes, how he became one of 28 writers credited in the Halle Berry Catwoman movie -- and you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance!War...

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Mark Waid Launches New Digital Comics Site and ‘Insufferable’ New Strip


Mark Waid continued the roll-out of his digital comic announcements (including his contribution to Marvel's "Infinite" initiative and he and Jeremy Rock's "Luther" story) at this weekend's C2E2 convention with the news of a brand new digital publishing website called Thrillbent, as well as a new digital collaboration with his Irredeemable co-creator, Peter Krause...

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IDW’s ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Will Make You Save Versus Awesome


Considering how much their target markets overlap, you'd think that comics based on Dungeons & Dragons would go together like peanut butter and chocolate, but historically, they've gone together more like... ...

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‘Assassin’s Creed: The Fall’ #1 & ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ #1: No, Really, They’re Pretty Good


I always approach tie-in comics with an element of suspicion. Even when the comic in question is connected to an existing fictional universe that was designed as a story first and foremost, and has pre-existing, likable characters -- something like Farscape or Doctor Who or Metalocalypse or Fraggle Rock -- I'm not initially hopeful that it will to live up to the source material, often out fear that it will be a hastily thrown together cash-grab meant to take more money from loyal fans of the franchise...

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