Nigel Sade

Bio of a Madman Nigel Sade was born on a bright and sunny day nearly to some, and exactly to others, 40 years after D-day. Some consider this meaningful whilst the rest laugh at those people, but I digress. He was raised in hell ... or rather Ohio but I don’t want to split hairs. In a smallish county called Portage. As a child he could be found drawing on any surface he could make a mark on, and with all the moving security deposits were more like donations. In School this A.D.H.D. Toth wannabe (but with hands) was considered a bit strange by his peers, ... a malady that never left him as it turned out. As a teenager he was a rebellious youth, A Technicolored street Freak, delving into every aspect of art, from Drawing to painting to Music to Religion to Science to Philosophy in general. Then there were the dark times ... the marriage! When his soul was crushed by evil and doubt. He Dreamt of being an artist but that was not a real job ... how could you feed a family with that pipe dream? However, In just 6 and a half long agonizing years it was over. On the Up side His torment was not without reward; He now has 2 lovely Spawn with which to explore life. Shortly after his divorce Nigel graduated college with a degree in Philosophy. So Armed with his freedom, his offspring, and an amazing ability to argue points that even he may not believe, he set out on the high seas of art! This was a joyous thing! There was much weirdness, art, travel, debauchery and Success. Stories were made and told, and now he Currently travel the amber waves of grain, questioning whatever reality he is presented with, chewing that up and spitting it out in the form of art. Then Nigel shows that art to the hapless masses in hopes that it moves them as much at it moved him to create it. Nigel's art in form is Symbolism (Much like Surrealism), represented in either a realism or Abstracts, and in function it explores basic ideas we hold, mostly it does so by exploring questions of Reality, Love, Thought and plain old strangeness. Nigel’s belief is that art should spur conversation, not just match ones curtains. Now you may ask, "What does all this have to do with piracy?" Well, he was always a grungy, bandana wearin freak. His family was and is highly Piratical What with their last name Rogers all the family businesses are Jolly Roger this and Jolly Roger that ... Not to mention their propensity for Rum. So with his families' nautical background and the new Pirate craze, the public proclaimed him a pirate, and a pirate he was. Yet, having always loved pirates, one can say Nigel got peanut butter in his chocolate! *above Photo by Albertine Feurer-Young

Sarah Wilkinson

Short Bio

Sarah has been professionally working in the trading card/comic book industry for over15  years. Her first job was for Topps and Lucasfilm, designing sketch cards for the Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith movie trading card set. She was one of the youngest artists to be an officially approved Lucasfilm artist. Since then, she has worked on many properties in the trading card world, including Indiana Jones, Star Trek, My Little Pony, Dr. Who, Bettie Page, Marvel and DC Comics properties including Iron Man, Spider-Man, Batman, Wonder Woman and MANY more. Her art has been used on comic book covers, as comic book pinups, story illustrations, children’s Halloween masks, children’s books, even remote control cars and toys for Disney. Currently, Sarah has been reinvigorated in her pursuits as an artist. She switched from acrylics to oils and is currently developing her fine art body of work, while also still working with properties. Sarah can also be called a crazy cat lady and a foodie! 

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Trading Card Credits

-Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Topps, 2005)

-Lord of the Rings: Evolution (Topps, 2006)

-The New Avengers (Strictly Ink, 2006)

-Doctor Who Trilogy (Strictly Ink, 2006)

-CSI: Series 3 (Strictly Ink, 2006)

-Vintage Poster Collection: Classic Sci-Fi & Horror (Breygent, 2007)

-Star Wars 30th Anniversary (Topps, 2007)

-Star Trek Original Series season 2 trading cards (Rittenhouse, 2007)

-Marvel Masterpieces (Upper Deck, 2007)

-Lord of the Rings: Masterpieces II (Topps, 2008)

-Indiana Jones: Heritage (Topps, 2008)

-Iron Man Movie Trading Cards (Rittenhouse, 2008)

-Marvel Masterpieces II (Upper Deck, 2008)

-Indiana Jones: Masterpieces (Topps, 2008)

-Hammer Horror (Strictly Ink, 2009)

-Dr. Who Mono (Strictly Ink, 2009)

-The New Avengers (Strictly Ink, 2009)

-Star Wars Galaxy 4 (Topps, 2009)

-Star Wars: Clone Wars Season 1 Widevision (Topps, 2009)

-Star Wars Galaxy 5 (Topps, 2010)

-Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 3D (Topps, 2010)

-Marvel Iron Man 2 Movie Trading Cards (Upper Deck, 2010)

-The Clone Wars: Rise of the Bounty Hunters (Topps, 2010)

-Dangerous Divas (Rittenhouse, 2010)

-The Bettie Page Collection (Versicolor, 2011)

-Star Wars: Galaxy 6 (Topps, 2011)

-Marvel Universe 2011 (Rittenhouse, 2011)

-Marvel Avengers: Kree-Skrull War (Upper Deck, 2011)

-Marvel Captain America (Upper Deck, 2011)

-Star Wars Galaxy 7 (Topps, 2012)

-Star Wars Galactic Files (Topps, 2012)

-DC Comics Batman (Cryptozoic, 2012)

-Mars Attacks! (Topps, 2013)

-The Hobbit: Unexpected Journey (Cryptozoic Entertainment, 2013)

-Star Wars Galactic Files: Series 2 (Topps, 2013)

-Star Wars: Return of The Jedi Widevision (Topps, 2014)

-Marvel Masterpieces (Upper Deck, 2014)

-Star Wars Masterworks (Topps, 2014)

-Star Wars High Tek (Topps, 2015)

-Star Wars The Force Awakens Series 1 (Topps, 2015)

-Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Topps, 2015)

-Star Wars Masterworks (Topps, 2015)

-Star Wars: The Force Awakens Series 2 (Topps, 2016)

-Star Wars: The Force Awakens Chrome (Topps, 2016)

-Star Wars: Masterworks (Topps, 2017)

All Other Art Credits

Various promotional materials for Star Wars Celebration III (Lucasfilm, 2005)

-Limited Edition SHI Print (Crusade Fine Arts, 2005)

-Star Wars Halloween mask, Padme Amidala (, 2005)

-Edgar Allen Poe illustrated story, Ligeia (Nevermore, 2005)

-My Little Pony original art show/limited edition prints (Hasbro, 2005)

-How to Draw tutorial on, robot 2-1B (Lucasfilm, 2006)

-How to Draw tutorial on, Mara Jade (Lucasfilm, 2007)

-Toy Turnarounds (Gentle Giant, LTD, 2008)

-Pulp Tales interior art, (Boom! Studios, 2008)

-Halloween Hell Art Show (Hyena Gallery California, 2008)

-Star Wars remote control car (Jada Toys, 2008)

-Wonder Woman Day illustration (2008)

-Atomic Robo pinup (Red 5 Comics, 2008)

-Dark Delicacies cover #1 (IDW, 2009)

-Limbo's Assassin story, 4 illustrations (IDW, 2009)

-Marla Bea benefit, Batgirl Illustration (DC Comics, 2009)

-“Star Wars: The Empire Muggs Back” Shaak Ti Dunny doll for official Lucasfilm charity (2009) -The Last Unicorn pinup (IDW, 2010)

-Wonder Woman day illustration (2010)

-20th Century Fox DVD cover sketches for movie re releases: The Day The Earth Stood Still,

-Cleopatra, The Fly (20th Century Fox, 2011)

-Womanthology, Writer and artist (IDW, 2011)

-Printed trading cards for Star Wars Galaxy 7 trading card set (Topps, 2011)

-Official “Outer Limits at 50” art show (Creature Features, Burbank, California, 2014)

-Damsels in Excess comic book cover (Aspen Comics, 2014)

-Journey To Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Topps, 2015)

-Star Wars The Force Awakens Series 2 (Topps, 2016)

-Star Wars The Force Awakens Chrome Series (Topps, 2016)

-Star Wars: Women Of The Galaxy (Chronicle Books, 2018)

Apotheosis "Sin" Jones

I have to Write a what? for the the who?

Alright Fine.


Born on earth at sometime before now,Raised between  Naas Ireland and Baltimore Maryland Failed many Bands i have, and then joined the US army 13b( i put large holes in small country's) i have Degrees in Marketing, Contract law, Anal Haberdashery . I enjoy long walks on the airsoft field also a bunch of stuffed happened then i was Ki--------  *hired* By Nigel Sade to  Mange  a Cu---- *crew* of  misfits an i have traveled the vast tract of land we call earth spreading art and rum. over the years i have done a little bit of alot and i shall do a bit more then enough by the end of the ride we call life.


Xavier Sade


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