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Feb 10

Caffiene Poisoned Serves Up Web Comic

Jason Dube is waking up and smelling the coffee in 2010, it’s the year of Caffiene, it’s the year of Caffiene Poisoned!

Jason Dube’s first Caffiene Poisoned mini sries will be ending soon with Caffiene Poisoned #4; as part of the celebration Scattered Comics Studios has launched the Caffiene Poisoned Art Contest, in which the winner will have their artwork on the final issue of Caffiene Poioned #4, their bio in the comic, plus they will receive a Pigma Sensei pen set from Sakura of America.

Jason Dube will also be entering the world of web comics, he will be launching the first monthly installment of the Caffiene Poisoned webcomic on the Scattered Comics Studios website with art by Emily Barr.

Emily Barr is one of the newest and talented artist’s in the Scattered Comics Studios; she has been given the artistic reigns to do the art of not only the Caffiene Poisoned web comic but also the first ever Scattered Comics Studios web comic.

Emily Barr Question & Answer

Q: How long have been working as a professional artist?

A: *Laughs* The working artist part is nonexistent, I don’t consider my work to be at the ‘professional’ level, I still have a lot to learn.

Q: Are you a fan of the original comic book series Caffiene Poisoned?

A: Yes, Its a fantastic series. *Thumbs Up*

Q: What do you like about working on the Caffiene Poisoned Project?

A: The fact that I’m actually allowed to work on it. lol

Q: Who is your favorite character from the series to draw?

A: I haven’t drawn all of them yet, but I would say Josh has been
my favorite so far.

Q: If you had to pick a character you most identify with, who would it be?

A: That would probably be Char, well, except she has bigger………nevermind.

Q: Does the comic having a PG-13 rating worry you?

A: Not in the least, It seems pretty tame to me.

Q: .  If your dreams materialized into the real world, what would we see?

A: Steve Buschemi, bad 90’s sitcoms, Cthulhu……….Wait? Doesn’t
everybody dream about those?

Q: Any last words, comments, worries, shout outs, sage advice you’d
like to leave us with?

A: Are people going to actually be reading this?

Caffiene Poisoned fans can also look forward to an ongoing Caffiene Poisoned series that will be arriving later this year, as with the mini series and the web comic Jason Dube will be writing the comic book with another new and talented artist from Scattered Comics Studios, artist Arianna Sherman.

Arianna Sherman Question & Answer

Q: How long have you been working with Jason Dube and Scattered Comics Studios?

A: I have been working with him for, I would say 3 or 2 years?

It was funny because usually I go to conventions and show the artists my artwork and get tips; I showed Jason my art work and he loved it.

He also assisted me in publishing my own comic book.

Q:  How long have been working as a professional artist?

A:  I started very young around 9, I  sold art work to clients at my mother’s office; They would asked me about Native American art and I would sell them pieces of art work.

Q:  Are you a fan of the original comicbook series Caffiene Poisoned?

A: Yes, I love the original series; I think it’s so original that’s why i want to be apart of it and because i love the characters and the art.

Q: What do you like about working on the Caffiene Poisoned Project?

A: Mostly drawing the characters and reading the story, also I like to work with Jason because hes a professional comic artist.

Q: Any thoughts on what you’d like to see happen with your project, or storyline?

A: Hmmm, Maybe make it into a cartoon that would be cool! I’m not sure yet; I would like fans to follow the story and like the artwork.

Q:

Who is your favorite character from the series to draw?

A: Hm; I like to draw Jason and Quinn their such a cute couple.

Q: If you had to pick a character you most identify with, who would it be?

A: Probably Britney and Quinn there so cute! Quinn reminds me of how shy I can be and Britney reminds me of my tough spunky side.

Q: Does the comic having a PG-13 rating worry you?

A: Not at all because I’m sure parents don’t mind because to me as an artist there’s nothing parent’s need to be alarmed by, in my opinion.

Q: If your dreams materialized into the real world, what would we see?

A: *Laughs* WOW, that’s a good question! Probably a lot of things I would love to see my story’s come to life in front of me; if my characters could come to life and have wacky conversations with them and they would tell me how crazy their life is in their world.

Q: Any last words, comments, worries, shout outs, sage advice you’d like to leave us with?

A: I would just like to thank everyone for their support and thank you to Jason Dube for the oppurtunity.

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