Also there's the fact that, wherever you look, you see that JA constantly shows his work
, with clever explanations for his original character
names and designs, as well as many scientific concepts behind his story writing (him being a geologist helps matters in some areas), plus he follows the established canon to the letter, and the sense of humor that he imprints in his comics is quite appropriate (if sometimes exaggerated, as the characters have a propensity to have Face Faults
even in serious moments) in any way you look at it — it doesn't have all the Bowdlerising
that American anime go through (pretty much 99% of his fan work revolves around anime), nor it is offensive as some Japanese anime can get. His site's a must-see not only in terms of Sailor Moon fan work, but for anime fans in general.