Rebecca by Zippers
|Born||13 April 1987|
|Profession or hobby||Illustrator, Author|
Rebecca Immelmann (born April 13, 1987) is a furry artist located in Buffalo, New York, U.S.A., best known as the author of the webcomics Concession, Ballerina Mafia, and The Order of the Black Dog.
Rebecca's first and best-known webcomic is Concession, a humor comic about the staff of a movie theater that eventually turned into a drama series with a spiritual twist. It was named Best Anthropomorphic Graphic Story in the 2009 Ursa Major Awards.
At the Heart of it All
At the Heart of it All is a personal, semi-autobiographical comic that Rebecca used as a sort of public self therapy, featuring experimental art styles and the use of Flash. It sometimes features characters from Concession and, rarely, Furthia High.
The gag-a-day strip Ballerina Mafia promised to have no plot and very few recurring characters. A sort of spiritual sequel to At the Heart of it All, as it uses the same art style, it occasionally has autobiographical looks into Rebecca's post-college life.
The Order of the Black Dog
The Order of the Black Dog is a science fiction horror webcomic set in a near-future, alternate history Earth.
In 2010, Rebecca released an experimental noise/ambient album titled Mire, which is available for free download online.
- "Beset by Creatures of the Deep" – 2:26
- "Ghosts in the Machine" – 14:41
- "Mire" – 24:16
- "Like Vines Crawling Towards the Infinite" – 14:50
- "Claw" - 8:46
Rebecca was born near Boston, Massachusetts, where she lived most her life save for several years spent in Florida. She recently moved to near Buffalo, New York.
- @Immelmann42's profile on Twitter. Retrieved November 15, 2018.
- immelmann.net homepage - Retrieved November 15, 2018.
- "Gender Identity Update" - FurAffinity journal by Immelmann. Dated January 8, 2018, retrived november 15, 2018.
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