A grueling desert wasteland, a mysterious stranger bound and hooded on the back of a motorcycle, and a tough-as-nails warrior out to deliver her cargo by any means necessary. The book blends elements of Mad Max and Kill Bill with loose-limbed energetic artwork and a jaw-dropping use of digital panel transitions. Strap in and let’s ride!
Thrillbent, the one-stop showcase for creator-owned digital comics, has launched Top Shelf’s Motorcycle Samurai on its subscription platform. Originally released in 2013, Chris Sheridan’s first foray into digital comics set new standards for eye-popping artwork and jaw-dropping use of digital platform transitions. The release marks the first time Thrillbent has made another publisher’s work part of its monthly subscription package.
“We have one singular goal at Thrillbent – to be the home of diverse, quality content that truly maximizes the benefits of the digital platform,” said Thrillbent founder Mark Waid. “Chris Sheridan’s masterpiece certainly fits the bill. We will continue to look to supplement our subscription with books from other publishers that meet our standards.”
Motorcycle Samurai, along with all the other content on Thrillbent, is available with the $3.99 monthly subscription (also available through the website).
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