Style vs. Storytelling…

Posted by on May 9, 2012 in Digital, Thrillbent | 28 Comments

…and the continual search to balance both perfectly. The second installment of INSUFFERABLE went up a half-hour ago at Thrillbent, and as I look over it, in the midst of marveling at the craftsmanship of Pete, Nolan and Troy, I’m reminded of all the stuff we didn’t know months ago when we produced it, and […]

24 Hours Later: What I’ve Learned So Far

Posted by on May 2, 2012 in Digital | 30 Comments

Thrillbent launched yesterday at noon EST, and it was a crazy exciting day for the entire team. Ann Hess, in particular–who’s been doing all the heavy lifting on the website build, design, and maintenance–deserves a huge round of applause, as does our own Lori Matsumoto. Not bad for a launch, not bad at ALL. Under […]

And we are LIVE!

Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Digital | 16 Comments

THRILLBENT¬†is live as of noon EST today–meaning now! And, on a personal note, it couldn’t have been done without the support of my family (Christy, Grace and Rob) and certainly not without Lori Matsumoto riding herd on everyone and everything. And John Rogers pushing me off the cliff. Thanks to all. Hope you enjoy.

John Rogers interview

Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Digital | No Comments

Somewhere, somehow, in the middle of 850 new Dark Knight trailer posts, the web has a really good interview with Thrillbent partner John Rogers on comicbook.com: John Rogers interview

The “R” Word

Posted by on Apr 30, 2012 in Digital | 43 Comments

In the spirit of trying to learn and be receptive rather than hidebound and ranty, I have a question for all creative types: where do you draw the line on using certain words/images/phrases that could be inflammatory? I ask because a couple of times over the past few weeks, I’ve been brought to task by […]