This is a sampling of places my works and I have appeared in.




I do my best to keep this updated however my social media such as my twitter is usually the best place to keep informed of new places my work have appeared in:

Here is a listing of my published works with text and links to where they are located:


Outlets and Listings where my works and/or I am featured (this is not everything):

Anime News Network (referenced as a source):

Beyond Victoriana:

Bleeding Cool:



Comics Alliance:

Comics Beat:

Comic Book Resources (CBR):


Cosplayer by McCall’s:

David Mack‘s Blog:



Game Informer: CosBlog #93: Mr. Freeze By Russell Pohl

Huffington Post:


IGN: DragonBall Z Fans Break Kamehameha World Record – Comic Con 2019

Inside AX: Academic Lecture Series [Anime Expo 2013]

Inside Edition: “Dragon Ball” Fans Set World Record for Most People Performing Kamehameha

Talkin’ Tezuka @ NYC: The video via Lawrence Brenner

Thank you, Brooklyn! (and Haruki Murakami)

My taidan/panel with Makoto Shinkai @ 2011 NYCC/NYAF


Kotaku: |

Linus Lam Network News:

The Mary Sue:



NBC Chicago:–268627532.html

Nerd Reactor:

Otaku Journalist:
Sexism in Anime Fandom at Otakon 2012: Watch the panel!

PBS Now:

Psychology Today:

Sequential Crush:

Suit Up & Geek Out:

Tech Republic:

Under The Mask Online:

Venture Beat:

Voices From Krypton:

Voice Acting Club by Kira Buckland

Anime Expo facebook:


Articles written for MCM Buzz:

Articles for Nerd Reactor:

Articles for Cosplay Photographers:

Articles edited for Cosplay Photographers:

Articles for Atlantic Anime:

Atlantic Anime: Anime Site Tech

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Anime Site Tech, Atlantic Anime Anime Site Tech, Atlantic Anime

Mokucon: From A Seed Shall Grow a Mighty Tree(Con)

Cosplay Is Serious Business (interview with Mandy Moore also known as AmazonMandy)

Cosplay Is Serious Business (interview with India Davis and Elizabeth Licata, Team USA 2009 for the World Cosplay Summit)

I have written manga reviews and articles for Static Multimedia

Cosplay: Anime Dress-Up: You Don’t Have To Wait For Halloween
(Original Title: Cosplay: Several Hows of the Hobby: How It Started, How It Got Its Appeal, How to Find It, How To Get Involved, and How It May Be In The Future)

Mirrored Here:

Reviews of the manga originally done for Static Multimedia, mirrored on this site:

Samurai 7 Volume 1 (

Samurai 7 Volume 1 (

Kasumi Volume 2 (

Kasumi Volume 2 (

Nightmare Inspector Volume 8 Madness:

Nightmare Inspector Volume 8 Madness:

Reborn! Volume 12 Prince Ripper:

Reborn! Volume 12 Prince Ripper:

Bleach Volume 28 Baron’s Lecture Full-Course

Bleach Volume 28 Baron’s Lecture Full-Course’s-lecture-full-course-review/

Nightmare Inspector Volume 9 Return:

Nightmare Inspector Volume 9 Return:

Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit (Volume 2):

Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit (Volume 2):

Cosplay In America:

Article written for:
Success Magazine

Tools for Guest Room Tycoons

As taken from the September 2006 issue of Success Magazine. Please view the attached PDF version. To see all the products that I recommended in this article.

Tools for Guest Room Tycoons Whether you’re starting your own business or just want to put in extra work at home, you need a fully-functioning base for your operations. Figuring out what equipment you need can be difficult. Here’s a list to help you make the most out of your space. Consider Your Computer If you want to travel light, try the Lenovo ThinkPad X60s (starting at $2210). Weighing in at 3.5 pounds, with a four-hour battery life, the device has three USB ports, a FireWire port, and an SD card slot. It is also available as a tablet PC, which allows you to write directly on the screen. For optimal performance, the three aspects to consider are processor, RAM, and hard drive space. In all three cases, bigger is better. If you don’t want to wade through the specs yourself, go for the maxed-out HP dv8000t. It runs around $2700, but includes a 2.16GHz Centrino Duo processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 240GB hard drive, and a complete three-year warranty. Gadgets and Gizmos: Printing, scanning, copying, and faxing: You can now combine them with the HP OfficeJet 9130 All-in-One ($999). For your phone, try a Palm Treo 700 ($399). It syncs up with your computer, and it even supports mobile broadband so you can check your e-mail on the go. USB flash drives are an easy way to backup and transfer. The SanDisk Cruzer Micro 1GB drive ($70) will work with both Windows and Macintosh computers. Have a backup battery and external hard drive for your computer on hand. We like USB-powered portable drives, such as the WD 120GB Passport ($200). At Home in Your Office A home office is somewhere you must be comfortable working. You’re going to need a good chair-look for comfort and support. Make sure all of your hardware’s cords are accessible but out of the way. And don’t forget to decorate, both for comfort and for your image when clients come to your office. LAWRENCE BRENNER

Article arranged for Roland Kelts: I connected him to the cosplayers.