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Jason Temujin Minor is an American artist, writer, comic book and comic book artist.
Jason Temujin Minor has worked in the Graphic Arts field for over twenty years. He attended the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art in 1990 and started his own freelance studio, called Baraka Studios, in 1998. His portfolio covers a wide range of media, including; comic books, 3D graphics, book covers, web design, ad design, Illustration, and fine art.
As a comic book artist, he is best known for his work on "The Books of Magic", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "Animal Man", and "Deadpool". He has also worked on such diverse titles as "Batman", "X-Men", "Terror Inc.", "Angel", "Shadowman", "Vampirella", "Spider-Man", "The Punisher", "Excalibur", and the Eisner Award winning anthology "The Big Book of Urban Legends". He has collaborated on projects for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and Image Comics to name a few. In 1997 Minor co-created the science fiction mini-series, "BrainBanx", with writer Elaine Lee for the short lived Helix imprint of DC Comics.
In 2000, Jason transition from a 2d comic and graphic artist to a 3d computer game artist. He worked for a short time at the – now defunct – game studio, Kinesoft before going to work for Sony Online Entertainment on their MMO game, Star Wars: Galaxies. He was an environment and character artist on the initial launch of the game and became the lead character artist on Star Wars Galaxies: Episode III Rage of the Wookiees Expansion. He took over as Art Director of Star Wars Galaxies: Live in 2004. In 2006, Minor joined the game company, BioWare, to work on their MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic as the lead character artist.
Jason has recently started exploring his writing and won an award for his short story, "A Dance in the Woods". He contributed a short story and several illustrations to the horror flash fiction anthology, Flashes of Fear. He is also a member of the San Gabriel Writer's League and writes a monthly, serialized story called Chapter Play.