This episode we talk to comic's star and Eisner award winner, Joe Staton. For years he was the artist on Scooby Doo and currently he's the artist of Dick Tracy. We're honored to have him join us. Our second guest is photographer, Chris Becker of Maine. He is represented by Jim Kempner Fine Art in NYC and exhibits in other galleries throughout the US. He often photographs for the The NY Times, National Geographic Adventure and other magazines. Next we'll be talking with Jenny Cooper Harada. Jenny creates zany plush monsters and lives with her family in Cliffside Park, NJ. Her work has been exhibited in many plush shows in NY and other galleries across the country. She's been featured in numerous magazines, including Hi-Fructose, Clutter and Adorn. Her book is, "Me Make Monster: A Mish-Mash of Monstercraft", from North Light books. Closing the show is CA. artist Jason Hite. Jason is a designer, sculptor and dept. manager for one of the largest Halloween companies in the world,Disguise Inc. He's created monsters, superheroes, princess cameos and almost anything you could imagine for a costume.