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” […]

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I had to make some behind-the-scenes changes with the OpenDoor Comics site.  Anyone who visited the site before and after the changes would no doubt have noticed that the site looked quite a bit different as a result. When I initially launched the OpenDoor […]

While the work on getting the site comfortable in its new house continues, and I continue the efforts to develop it further and turn this house into a home, I wanted to share a link to an interesting – and hopeful – article on Comics Alliance. For Second Year In A […]

(As part of the migration to the new hosting platform, I’m manually adding back in the posts that were made to The Threshold on the other platform.  If there were comments made on the posts, I have no way of carrying them over to the new site as actual comments, […]

(As part of the migration to the new hosting platform, I’m manually adding back in the posts that were made to The Threshold on the other platform.  If there were comments made on the posts, I have no way of carrying them over to the new site as actual comments, […]

(Note:  In the process of moving from one host to another – part of the “Live and Learn” approach I have no choice but to take, some things, such as these posts, have had to be recreated.  In the process, I lost the comments that were made.  Or rather, I […]

So what in the world is OpenDoor Comics? Well, as you can see for yourself, it isn’t much of anything at the moment. I’ve been kicking this idea around for about two years now, and recently decided to start moving it out of my head and into the world, and […]