Lady Death Heats up Orlando - Comics for Sinners


Published on March 14th, 2013 | by Richard Boom

Lady Death Heats up Orlando

LD_DM1_Zombie_PressCoffin Comics announced today five new Lady Death editions exclusive to the 2013 Orlando MegaCon, taking place March 15-17, 2013 at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Flordia.

The highlight for this year’s show is Lady Death: Revelations #1 – Silk Edition, featuring cover art by Arizona talent Mike DeBalfo and color by Sanju Nivangune. This limited edition is enhanced with real Swarovski crystals, designed and applied by Francisca Pulido, and is limited to just 99 serially numbered copies.

“Mike DeBalfo is a kick-ass artist and he draws a kick-ass Lady Death,” says Lady Death creator Brian Pulido. “Add real jewels to that? Insane!”

Four other exclusives will be available at MegaCon, as follows:

LD_Echoes1_Burn_PressLady Death: Dark Millennium #1 – Zombie Edition
Cover by Richard Ortiz and color by Diego Garcia. Limited to 113 serially numbered copies.
Lady Death: The Rapture #1 – Blue Moon Edition
Cover by Richard Ortiz and color by Diego Garcia. Premium card stock cover. Limited to just 69 serially numbered copies.
Lady Death: Echoes #1 – Burn Edition
Cover by Jeff Chapman. Limited to just 88 serially numbered copies.
LD_Killers1_L13_PressLady Death: Killers #1 – Lucky 13 Edition
Cover by Richard Ortiz. Each copy is individually hand-colored by classic Chaos! colorist Jason Jensen – no two copies are alike! Strictly limited to only 13 serially numbered copies!
Lady Death creator Brian Pulido will also be in attendance all weekend at this year’s Orlando MegaCon for a meet and greet and signing! See him at booth 530!

LD_Rapt1_BlueMoon_PressPricing and Availability
In addition to convention availability, preorders for the new editions will also be accepted on a first-come, first serve basis at Pricing is set at $40.00 for Silk, $15.00 for Zombie, $40.00 for Blue Moon, $25.00 for Burn and $166.66 for Lucky 13.

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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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