Bio: Cat joined the Star Wars / LUCASFILM family in 2004. The highly collectible artist’s sketch cards and base cards brought Staggs into the forefront of Star Wars fandom. She also produced exclusive prints for Star Wars Celebrations III, IV, Europe, and most recently Celebration V in 2010, as well as illustrating short fiction for starwars.com. Recently, Cat designed one of the most popular t-shirts for Ashely Eckstien's Her Universe. She is currently working on new designs for 2011.
Not content to only play in that galaxy far, far away, Cat also works in the comic book and film ranging from creating original character sketches for a new character by Stan Lee for POW! Entertainment to her work on Rittenhouse Archives’ Complete Marvel Avengers, X-Men Archives and DC Legacy card sets, as well as The World’s Finest VS trading card game for DC Comics and Iron Man I and II trading cards for Upperdeck. Cat’s work has also been featured on The Lord of the Rings Evolution and Masterpieces card sets and three sets featuring Indiana Jones for TOPPS.
Her work has also been featured in several comics, including the upcoming Womanthology on a story written by Barbara Kesel, with more on the horizon.
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[News, Posted 3/27/12]
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[News, Posted 10/19/09]
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[News, Posted 11/25/08]
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[News, Posted 10/15/08]
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[News, Posted 11/16/07]
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[Source: MTV Geek!, Added: 10/27/11]
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