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Post-Con Check-In

The last post mentioned that your humble (only because I’ve been humbled so many times) President and Publisher was going to be attending a convention. Since that time, the convention-attending has occurred, so I thought that I’d just pop in quickly and talk about it a bit. There is a lot I could say about […]

#ComicsSupporter

#ComicsSupporter

On Twitter, as he is wont to do, Alex Segura has started a discussion related to comics. Who was your first #comicssupporter – the person that helped you go from casual to serious fan? For me, it was my dad – who bought me my first new/off the rack comic, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #348. I’d read […]

Sunday Miscellany

It’s #SignalBoostSunday! Follow the link to find creators to support. I’ve often talked about the high degree of “comic book insecurity” I had as a young fan. That is, for a variety of reasons, when I was a kid I didn’t have stable, secure access to new comics. There were no comic shops within hundreds […]

My Latest Endeavor

My Latest Endeavor

I’ve been posting some infrequent comics at Journey Into Mediocrity, but I think it’s pretty clear that, while some of them are fun, and I do enjoy making them, my heart really isn’t in doing those sort of one-off (alleged) humor comics. (Which is not to say that I’m going to stop doing it.) I […]

Quick Link Post

Quick Link Post

Popping in just to share a link to this post at The Mary Sue. I love comics. I love reading them, writing them and also writing about them; comics are a big part of my life. What I don’t love is the industry that currently surrounds comics. Quite a few people are fighting to change […]

I’m Sorry

I’m Sorry

Deciding that it was past time that someone start posting some comics on a platform intended to host, you know, comics, I took it upon myself to create a comic and post it. I’m sorry. I’m sorry because it’s not very good, and because that’s not what OpenDoor Comics is about; I didn’t create this […]