Published on July 5th, 2018 | by Richard Boom0
Lady Death Fiend Festival – 1st Wave Guests Announced & More
Finally a chance to meet the ALL-STARS of Coffin Comics under one roof! Coffin Comics announces the 1st Wave of Guests for the Lady Death Fiend Fest 2019! And this is just the beginning!
This is THE event Lady Death fans have all been waiting for! Three fun-filled days of comics, collecting and camaraderie with fellow “fiends” from across the globe!
TICKETS GO ON SALE: Tuesday June 26th – 10:00AM AZ Time (MST) – more details to come soon!
OFFICIAL LOCATION & HOTEL
Phoenix Marriott Mesa
200 N. Centennial Way
Mesa, AZ 85201
Featuring tours & the Grand Opening of The Lady Death Museum & The Coffin Comics Company Store!
- Exclusive “Fiend Festival” Editions!
- Instant Edition Live!
Jason Jensen is the legendary colorist for Chaos! Comics (Lady Death, Evil Ernie, Purgatory and many others) who has also worked on titles such as Sonic the Hedgehog, G.I. Joe, Star Trek, Archie, and numerous other titles. (Jason has worked with Brian Pulido for over twenty years!)
Monte Moore is a talented illustrator, artist, custom motorcycle painter, writer, and all around designer. He started off by airbrushing in comic books and has moved on to various art mediums in the fantasy and sci-fi fields.
Brian Pulido is a multi-talented creator, writer and producer. He is publisher of Coffin Comics, which has taken Kickstarter, the convention circuit and the comic market by storm (thanks to the legions of “fiends”)! He’s the publisher of the all new Lady Death on Coffin Comics, La Muerta, the new Mexican American femme fatale, and Zack the Zombie Exterminator.
Mike MacLean took a flying leap into the comics world, co-writing Lady Death, La Muerta, and Zack the Zombie Exterminator with Coffin Comics founder Brian Pulido. Mike is also the screenwriter behind the hit SyFy creature features Sharktopus, Piranhaconda, and Dinocroc vs. Supergator, all produced by the legendary Roger Corman. In addition to monster flicks, Mike wrote the comedy Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader and the military thriller Operation Rouge.
David “Artassassin” Harrigan has been a freelance illustrator for the past thirteen years. Some of his credits include artwork for Radio Comix, Antarctic Press, Super Real Graphics, Zombies v. Cheerleaders, Girls and Corpses magazine, Imagine FX magazine, Voltron – United and Drawn, sketch cards for several trading card series such as The Pro, Sheena, Vampirella, Grimm Fairy Tales, Transformers, Warlord of Mars, and most recently, providing variant covers for Lady Death.
Brian Pulido tells: It is a totally immersive experience into the world of Coffin Comics and our unique culture. And though the event itself is limited to a little over 300 “fiends”, we are putting our souls into it.
Friday night we will have a party where everybody can get to know each other. It’s a warm up for the weekend.
We will have special guest artists who you can hang around with and get commissions or “jam” pieces from. Guests include: Original Chaos! Comics colorist Jason Jensen, Monte Moore and David Harrigan. We’ve locked in others guests, so stay tuned for the announcement.
We will create ‘Instant” comic book editions on the spot, then get them printed and into people’s hands before they leave.
We will have exclusive comics and merchandise you can only get a Fiendfest.
You can bring any Coffin Comics book to Fiendfest and we will jewel it for you and authenticate it for a small fee.
We will have panels and reveal what is coming up in the future.
We are opening the doors to The Lady Death Museum & The Coffin Comics Company Store and offering tours of our facility.
We will have a blow out party Saturday night.
There is more to come!
We did “Fiendfests” in the 90’s and lifelong friendships were forged. I don’t want to sound corny, but it is a transformational experience for everyone involved.
And here is the thing, I’m not planning on doing another Fiendfest. The effort is insane. But it is Lady Death’s 25th anniversary and I wanna celebrate that and the rise of Coffin Comics with the fiends!
In conclusion, if you ever thought of attending, do it because it is Coffin Comics is unlikely to do this again!