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Spotlight Sunday 1.28.18

A relatively decisive win this week means that there are spoilers ahead for… Only The End Of The World Again Writer: Neil Gaiman (Adapted by P. Craig Russell) Artist: Troy Nixey (Layouts by P. Craig Russell) Cover: Troy Nixey $19.99 Dark Horse The other day I was thinking about actor Rutger Hauer. Except I wasn’t […]

Is This Thing On?

Is This Thing On?

I have a problem. Well, really, I have a lot of problems. Physical, mental; really, just a huge pile of problems both large and small. For the purposes of this post, though, there’s one problem in particular that I’m grappling with though in fairness, the problem is made up of several smaller problems, and it’s […]

Still Open

Still Open

I know, it’s been a while, and not very much has seemed to happen in that time. Not here, at any rate. That’s not because I’ve given up on OpenDoor Comics, but the fact of the matter is that what I had hoped would happen so far, well, hasn’t. What had I hoped? Mostly that […]

This Space For…

This Space For…

…well, not for rent, but I’m not sure that saying “This Space For Free” would make much sense.  Not without some additional context, at any rate.  So here I am, providing some additional context. What do I mean by “This Space For Free,” you ask?  Exactly that.  This space right here?  Free. Less flippantly, I’ve […]

Finding The Balance

Finding The Balance

As I continue to grapple with the task of getting the word out about OpenDoor Comics and getting creators to begin posting content, I have to admit that it’s difficult to avoid getting at least a little discouraged.  When I look at the traffic stats – or lack thereof – it’s a little depressing, even […]

Coming Soon(ish)

Coming Soon(ish)

While the site itself seems to be languishing with nary a visit nor, more crucially, a comic creator sign-up, I haven’t been idle. As time (and energy) allow, I’ve been working on some projects to get the word out and hopefully increase traffic and generate some interest from prospective comics creators.  They are, after all, […]

An Egg Or A Chicken?

An Egg Or A Chicken?

As I’m sure many of you are at least vaguely aware, the pop culture juggernaut that is San Diego Comic-Con took place this weekend. You’ve no doubt seen the trending stories about movie trailers, TV pilots, and other big multimedia announcements, and, if you’re actually primarily interested in the “comic” aspect of Comic-Con, you most […]