“Sebastian R. Schug is a native Burbank illustrator, artist, and animator. He has been creating characters and drawing since a very early age. His talent was recognized at an early age, and he was continually encouraged to create his art. Since being accepted into a Nickelodeon mentorship, Sebastian’s artistic approach has flourished and his ideas are in constant evolution. International influences continue to shape his characters and concepts. Sebastian’s future plans include attending college and taking his art, animation, and illustrations to new heights as he explores new mediums and his knowledge of major art forms continue to expand.” – 2014
That was way back in the day. And let me tell you, a lot’s changed. It’s funny if you really think about it; there seems to be no other option but to go up in this world: work hard, climb the ladder, etc. and given my lifestyle, I will gladly admit to hopping on that bandwagon. I mean hey, it’s gotten me this far, and I couldn’t be happier.
In certain fields, certain stories, and certain brands of childlike wholesomeness, I am still referred to as Sebastian R. Schug. It’s the name I was legally bound to, and the name on my first Illustrator contract with my first series The Adventures of Daniel. Out of respect, I keep that name. However under concepts grappled towards older audiences and teenagers; that demographic, I am known as Nicolas M. Parker, known for such books as The Bigots’ Guide to Self Worth, Chakerianism, and many more. Just by breaking down the titles alone, do these sound like kids’ books to you?
I focus mainly on satire as Nicolas Parker. Conservative, racist, misogynistic satire. All intended as a parody no doubt (this obviously isn’t how I carry my demeanor in day to day life), though I can see how others will undoubtedly turn their heads and scoff. That’s entirely the point. To scoff, laugh, and appreciate a little dark and dry humor. We need more of that, wouldn’t you agree? The world’s gotten too defensive, too scared. Too afraid to react to something when an actual event happens to them; nobody has their priorities straight, do they? But I digress. I can go on and on about this.
I sincerely hope you enjoy my content, both sides to it. Maybe if I was that pretentious i’d refer to myself as the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of literature, but considering my head still rests soundly on my shoulders, that’s not very likely. We all have to eat that ole humble pie every once in a while, right?
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by Sebastian Schug
Playboys, elitists, billionaires. You like to live the high life?
When a group of five boys turned men of a secret vigilante task force realize that their leader has been mysteriously murdered nearly a decade later, it’s up to them to dust off the dusters, holster their weapons, and kick some tail. Ladies and gentlemen, this is some bad blood.
by Sebastian Schug
2022. Sheridan, Wyoming. The time of negligence and egotistical self-righteousness curses the hands of modern day millennials. Yellow journalism and vigilantism are key in order for justice to be served on the uncaring, unkempt, so-called “do-gooders” of modern man.
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