Published on January 20th, 2016 | by Richard Boom

Lady Death Returns To Raise Hell: Brian Pulido Returns To Publishing

LadyDeath2016PuliodImageIf you collected comic books in the nineties, you heard of Chaos! Comics. Love them or hate them, Chaos! drummed up lots of noise with its outrageous mixture of horror, rock ‘n’ roll and wild antics. Brian Pulido, the man behind Chaos! Comics, is returning to the comics market and from the looks of things, he’s still rocking.

Recently regaining sole ownership of his flagship character Lady Death, Pulido has launched a new publishing imprint, Coffin Comics to tell her tales – and then some. “I’m totally excited to be reunited with Lady Death and we are ready to unleash her upon an unsuspecting public,” says Pulido. “Lady Death will be the cornerstone of a new universe of supernatural characters and epic storylines. I’m fired up and ready to go!”

Layout 1First up is Lady Death: Chaos Rules #1, published by Coffin Comics, is a 48-page square bound original graphic novel written by Brian Pulido, co-written by Eisner award winner Brian Augustyn, featuring interiors penciled by Dheeraj Verma (Transformers) and color art by Sabine Rich (Ancient Dreams).

In Chaos Rules #1, Lady Death is awakened from a twenty year, spell-induced slumber. Who among her depraved enemies is responsible? How long until she exacts bloody vengeance? Pulido says the story features sex, violence, epic clashes and very, very bad behavior.

Lady Death: Chaos Rules #1 will hit comic book stores and entertainment retailers in April 2016.

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Lady Death was created by Brian Pulido and debuted in Evil Ernie #1 in 1991. The first Lady Death solo series debuted in 1994. Since then, Lady Death has appeared in over 100 comics in eight languages, selling over 20 million copies worldwide.

Coffin Comics is the new permanent home of Lady Death.

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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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