Thursday, December 03, 2009

Limited run button

I know many of you are Sailor Moon fans, so this may be relevant to your interests. A friend, Kuroitenshi, has a very nifty Sailor Moon button for sale. Only 11 are available, so order now for Christmas!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

5 years!

This is a special comic, which I wrote to celebrate my fifth year anniversary as OO's writer!

It was back in August 2004 that Emi first asked me to take over the writing position. Though a lot has happened both online and in real life since then, writing this comic remains something I really enjoy.

Emi's done a great job of editing and adapting my scripts into workable comics, which now total around 370 - or almost half of OO's entire run so far.

Thank you to all the readers; I hope all of you have found some amusement with the crazy ideas I've come up with over the years. There are many more to come!

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Otakon Events!

Here's a complete list of OO-related events going on at Otakon:

Manga, Literacy and Children
Panel 2 (Room 324-326)
Friday, 10:15 - 11:15 AM

OO Meetup
Pratt Street Lobby
Friday, 3 - 4 PM
(Erin Ptah will be having her Shine meet up at the same time and place, so you get to meet two comic makers for the price of one!)

Make a Manga!
Workshop 2 (Room 341-342)
Friday, 4 - 6 PM
Saturday, 12 - 2 PM

Erin, Kittyhawk, and myself will be at the panel and both workshops. So stop by and say hello!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Otakon Workshops!

Otakon has invited me to present two workshops and a panel this year! No info on when the panel will be, but they've given me details on the workshops:

Name: "Make a Manga!"
Room: Workshop 2
Time 1: Friday, 4 - 6 PM
Time 2: Saturday, 12 - 2 PM

The Saturday session is a repeat of the Friday, so if you can't make the first go for the second. Helping me out with the workshops will be Erin Ptah (And Shine Heaven Now) and Kittyhawk (Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki).

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Tekkoshocon Workshop!

Here are the details on my upcoming workshop at Tekkoshocon:

Name: Manga and Community Service

When: Saturday, April 4, 12:00 - 2:00 PM

Where: Workshop 2, in the Westin Hotel 2nd floor

I hope to see some of you there!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Tekkoshocon 2009

I'll be attending Tekkoshocon 2009. I've been invited as a head panelist, which is pretty cool. The con is April 3-5 in Pittsburgh, PA. I'll post the date and time of the panel in March when it's determined.

There's also a strong chance I'll be attending Otakon and Atsuicon this year. More info when I know for sure.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Vote vote vote

A reminder for anyone who forgot: today's the day to vote!

I've already cast my ballot and highly recommend going in the afternoon. The polling guy at my place said the busiest times are morning and evening when work lets out. So avoid the lines!

Also, check out Rick Marshall's article "Which Candidates Would Your Webcomic Characters Vote For?" It's rather nifty.

My quick guesses in no particular order (Emi may have her own take):

1. Keiko - Obama, because he strikes her as a sensible person.
2. Eri-chan - She's 17 so she can't vote. She thinks Obama is a bishie, though.
3. Ho-chan and Eeichi - Bob Barr. They're all for getting the government out of the way of having their own collection of wives and husbands.
4. Petra - Sarah Palin, since she can respect a woman who knows her guns. That McCain happens to be her running mate is an unfortunate coincidence.
5. Lycidia - Herself.
6. Daisuke - Lycidia.
7. Yamichi - Chuck Baldwin, because he seems to have the most rational approach to government.