Published on July 26th, 2018 | by Richard Boom


Lady Death Fiend Festival – 2d Wave Guests Announced

Finally a chance to meet the ALL-STARS of Coffin Comics under one roof! Coffin Comics announces the 2d Wave of Guests for the Lady Death Fiend Fest 2019! And this is just the beginning!

Order your tickets today!

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!

CONFIRMED DATES: Feb. 22-24, 2019!

TICKETS GO ON SALE: Tuesday June 26th10:00AM AZ Time (MST) – more details to come soon!


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!
  • Commissions!
  • Previews!
  • Creators!
  • Signings!
  • Parties!
  • Panels!
  • Guests!

BE THERE! This is a once-in-a-lifetime Event!

Mike DeBalfo is a freelance illustrator best known for his charming and flirty “good girl” brand of pinup art. Since 2009 Mike has been working professionally in the comic book field illustrating numerous memorable covers for companies such as Zenescope Entertainment, Big Dog Ink, Aspen Comics, Lady Death, Zombies Vs. Cheerleaders and more. Most recently Mike launched his own branding campaign of Squirrel Girls (Brisk, Macy, Sable & Roxy) that became an instant hit among fans, and he is currently illustrating covers as well as interior pages for Soulfire with Aspen Comics.

Marat Mychaels has worked in the comic book industry for over 25 years. He started out as Image Comics first rookie at the at the young age of 19 working on the highly successful Extreme Studios Brigade series. He continued to work on many Image Comics titles including Supreme, Knightmare, Blindside and Demonslayer. After Image Comics, Marat moved on to work for most of the major publishers including: Marvel Comics on titles such as Deadpool, Corps and X-Force: Shatterstar. At DC Comics, his credits include Hawk and Dove and Grifter. Marat currently runs his publishing company, Counterpoint Comics, working on his successful line of books Do You Pooh?, Savage Eve, The Poohnisher, and Hardlee Thinn. As well as provides variant covers for some of the hottest books in the industry such as Deadpool, Lady Death and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, to name a few.
With a background in animation and a love for comic books, Dan set out to make his own title back in 2009 that contained all the things he loved in pop culture such as anime, grindhouse exploitation films, horror movies, and Tokyo shock cinema. He named the comic Zombie Tramp.

The book quickly started to stir up lots of hype and soon became a cult hit.

Zombie Tramp is now on it’s 4th successful year as a monthly series published by Action Lab entertainment.

Joel Gomez got his start as an intern at Top Cow Productions doing background assists on books such as Tomb Raider and Witchblade and then joined Aspen Comics on Soulfire and Iron and the Maiden.

Recently, Joel assisted on the comic book adaptation of The Great Wall with Legendary Entertainment. As a freelancer Joel has also worked with Upper Deck Entertainment and Marvel Comics.

Currently, Joel is working with Lady Death creator Brian Pulido (Coffin Comics) on a sequel to the successful original graphic novel La Muerta, as well as doing illustrations for 20th Century Fox’s international social media movie promotions.

Anthony Delaney is an artist and creator of the comic book series The Changeling. The Changeling follows a woman who becomes possessed by a demon that stays dormant inside of her until she falls asleep, and her struggle to maintain her humanity with her newfound bloodlust.

Additionally, these guests have been previously announced to attend Fiend Fest:


You don’t want to miss this event!
Order tickets now!

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About the Author

Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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