Jina Bacarr
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The Sceptre of Rajim
The Lost Riches of Rio
Riddle of the Raven Master
The Lost Fleet
Follow the Rainbow
The Manakara Giant

Jina Bacarr (also known as Jina Bacaar) wrote six MASK episodes, including "The Sceptre of Rajim" and "Follow the Rainbow".

Writing Edit

Jina Bacarr got her start writing video games and a column called “Sweet Savage Byte” for Micro-Times.

Bacarr worked on a number of animated series in the 1980s, including He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Challenge of the Go-Bots, Galaxy High School, Popples, and Jem.

More recently, she has become a popular writer of "erotic adventure" works like the novel The Blonde Geisha. She has also written such nonfiction book as The Japanese Art of Sex: How to Tease, Seduce, & Pleasure the Samurai in Your Bedroom.

Awards Edit

Reviewers International Orgainization Award of Excellence (2006) - The Blonde Geisha
Benjamin Franklin Winner Book Sense Pick of the Month (2005) - The Japanese Art of Sex

External Links Edit

Jina Bacarr at the Internet Movie Database

Jina Bacarr's Website (content warning)

MASK-related interview at