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The Threshold

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 […]

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 […]

The Path

The Path

As I’ve been toiling away working on the Media Kit mentioned in my last post – which is why it’s been a while since my last post – there’s been something at the back of my mind that’s given me a bit of pause. We all know by now (I hope) that OpenDoor Comics is […]

Get Real

Get Real

Just popping in to quickly share a link to a goood article on a relevant topic by Laura Hudson at Wired: It’s Time to Get Real About Racial Diversity in Comics “The alternative and independent comics scene is leaps and bounds ahead of the big publishers, as usual, and that’s where the real action is happening,” […]

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 […]