2019 San Francisco Shevil Dead Team Photos by Lucas Saugen, Will Toft, and Snidely Mirrorslap.
Shevil Dead

#1138 Brick Houser
#85 Butt’N MashHer
#735 Danger Dre
#5 Disco Brawl
#54 Disastronaut
#60 Golden Hate Bridge
#12 Jacquernaut
#706 Kitty Killa
#357 Lethal Lipstick
#1979 Neuralize HER
#40 Risky Ginger
#11 Slugga Mugga
#32 Sting Rey
#86 Stomping Hound
#20 Sparkle Motion
#510 Tequila Schatz
#128 The Boonvillan
#615 Wicked Bruisah

Team Story

Back in the days of disco and decent blow, a rising Christian roller derby team, the S.F. Saints, was making their way across the Bay Bridge to play their long-time rivals, the Oakland Orthodox, at a People’s Temple revival. When suddenly, in the midst of their singing gospels, a dark-tinted sedan cut in front of the team’s bus, and sent them directly into the icy waves below. They were gone.

Instead of being met by their Lord Almighty, they were sucked into the fiery pits of hell, straight into the arms of the devil with a cackling Jim Jones at his side. Jim had gone a little bonkers after the “failure in Guyana” and had turned his obsessions elsewhere. Between daily rantings over the loudspeakers in Jonestown whilst still in his earthly realm, he’d become a raging roller derby fanatic. In his new incarnation, Jim, had convinced the devil to summon the team in order to fulfill his desire to form an army of all-girl zombie skaters who would become the best team in the living world. His proposition? Their souls in exchange for an eternal existence as ShEvil, un-dead, roller derby stars. Led by Mandi Festo, the ShEvil undead crew agreed to swap their souls for the chance to derby for eternity.

The newly pronounced S.F. ShEvil Dead were born and, after climbing through the rotting flesh of a cemetery in Daly City, found themselves standing on a rink, in front of thousands of cheering fans. They’re yearning to fulfill their promises to their newfound destiny by meeting, competing, beating and eating their opponents.

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