I’ve been to a few anime conventions, where humorous events always abound. Here’s some of them.
Sugoicon, one of Greater Cincinnati’s anime conventions, invited me as a guest in 2003, and asked if I could provide some comic fun for the program. So, I had the Angel Moxie girls attend an anime con. Wackiness ensues.
Realms of Ishikaze began its run with the launch of Wirepop.com, October 1, 2003. It tells of the adventures of players in an online roleplaying game, where practically everything is user-generated.
With the experience gained from Rebus’ run, I started Angel Moxie as a regularly-updating “webcomic,” as the term had been coined. Angel Moxie is both a parody and a tribute to the “magical girl” genre, populated by Card Captor Sakura and Sailor Moon.
I started publishing Rebus comics way back in 1995 while I was still in college. See, Syracuse University, my alma mater, gave everyone a couple MB of webspace to put up whatever website they wanted. After first putting up the typical “here’s all the stuff I like” website from 1994, I decided to do something more useful with the space, and started putting up experimental comics.