Just two years into teenagehood and The GATE is already throwing summer parties. Watch out, parents.
Things that have great meaning to you–be it personally or professionally (or both)–tend to show themselves at the time in a very humble and quiet way. It is through the passage of time, looking back, we can then see the full meaning and the full import of something that seemed a casual occurrence at the time. Such can be said of the ten solid years I have been working with Andrew Powell (creator and Editor-in-Chief) and The GATE.
The last couple of days have been a little surreal thanks to the fact that I ended up breaking news after an interview at Fan Expo where Todd McFarlane chatted about the fact that he was still planning a Spawn movie reboot, and the script was due by the end of this year.
Once upon a time, I started this site as an outlet for my interests in music, and later on, I started covering movies, television, gaming, and travel. While that beginning doesn’t feel all that long ago (in some ways), this November the site will celebrate its 13th year, and if the first couple of months are any indication, it’s going to be a very good year.
The GATE is now accepting applications from writers and photographers looking for volunteer experience covering entertainment stories–including film, television, gaming, music, literature, and live theatre–between June and September 2012.
They were three of the darkest days in our existence. The GATE had vanished into the void, threatening never to return again, but with hard work and a few well-placed threats, we’re finally back and theoretically better than ever.
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