Anime Milwaukee 2011

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Looking for something to do Feb 18-20? Come visit Anime Milwaukee 2011!

Last year the show saw tons of growth, but what’s nice is that it’s not an over-whelming show for people unaccustomed to attending conventions. This year they’re in a new (larger) venue, and they’re anticipating an even larger growth in attendance.

I attended the show last year as a guest and will be returning as one again this year. The show has also given m…e a very generous panel schedule for the show, so lots to do and see the entire weekend. Below is the list of my panels along with times, locations, and descriptions.

Hope to see you all at Anime Milwaukee 2011!


Writing For Comics
Friday, 3:30-4:30 PM
Lakeshore A
All Ages
Comics writer Trevor Mueller takes you through the fundamentals of writing comics. From three-act structure, characterization and character motivations, to different types of scripts. This is a must attend for any aspiring writer or creative team.


Making Webcomics
Saturday, 9:00-10:00 AM (followed by autograph session from 10:00-11:00 AM)
Lakeshore A
All Ages
If you are interested in doing a webcomic, or if you’re a fan of webcomics, “Making Webcomics” will offer practical advice, tips and techniques in creating compelling characters, developing a solid webcomic, forging a community, and start earning money. Our panelists will tell you how they do it, what challenges they face, and answer any of your questions.


Reading With Pictures: Comics In The Classroom
Saturday, 6:30-7:30 PM
Lakeshore B
All Ages
Trevor Mueller is the Marketing Director for the non-profit organization Reading With Pictures, which is getting comics in the classroom. Learn about the amazing programs that the organization offers, and how comics can help increase reading potential, literacy, information retention, and even be fun educational at the same time!


Sunday, 2:00-3:00 PM
Lakeshore C
18+ (mature – needs badgers)
Once upon a time, professional comic writer Trevor Mueller had an idea for a comic series about a slacker, his girlfriend…and a little Asian demon who swallows souls, and works at a coffee shop. Since that time, @$$hole! has become a multi-award nominated webcomic series loved worldwide. Trevor talks about some of his inspirations, his unique perspective on the world, and why pocky is more than convention candy!

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