Welcome to Adam Arnold's Vanishing Point!
I'm Adam Arnold--one of a few online that you'll find by googling my name. Perhaps they're my clones? Or maybe I'm the clone? Or maybe it's all some big government conspiracy...? (Totally kidding on that last one.)
Joking aside, I'm a comic book/manga author (Aoi House and Vampire Cheerleaders/Paranormal Mystery Squad) that also works as an editor/jack-of-all-trades. I've had a hand in over 300+ manga and novels including such series as Love Hina, Pita-Ten, G Gundam, Boogiepop, Kashimashi, Dance in the Vampire Bund, and so many others. I started on my journey as a professional back in late 1999 when I co-created an internet fanzine devoted to anime, manga, and Japanese pop culture called Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine, which I wrote for and managed through the site's six-year run.
As for this site you're viewing now, I started Vanishing Point back in December of 1997 during my sophomore year of high school and it has changed servers and evolved numerous times over the years. The site started as a place to store my high school short stories, but blossomed into a fan site dedicated to various obscure DC Comics characters such as Rip Hunter... Time Master, Waverider and the Linear Men, and the Walker Gabriel version of Chronos. My "vintage" DC fan sites are largely non-canonical now due to a steady stream of retcons and reboots, but they're still fun to look at for a glimpse at the Post-Zero Hour DCU.
A couple of other bits from my web past that I have online still is the archive for my first attempt at an email zine called Digested Digest, which was later renamed Weekly Stuff E-Zine. Also available is my "The Unofficial History of Pioneer Anime," which acted as my attempt to chronicle the USA release history of Pioneer's anime catalog. Both of these acted as forerunners to what would become Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine.