Brian Pulido’s “Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony” Kickstarter ends as most successful in Coffin Comics history

On Friday, the Kickstarter campaign for Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony ended as another huge success for Coffin Comics. The campaign became an instant smash in August when it raised over $160 thousand on the first day alone. Raising over $295 thousand from 2,363 backers, Nightmare Symphony surpassed Lady Death: Apocalyptic Abyss as Coffin Comics’ most successful crowdfunded graphic novel.

This type of success has become a regular occurrence for Coffin Comics and Lady Death creator Brian Pulido. Since moving to a crowdfunding model, Coffin Comics has nurtured a dedicated audience and is now regularly shattering their funding goals on both their Lady Death and La Muerta series of books. Coffin Comics’ Kickstarter campaigns always have a girthy set of exclusive bonuses to fans coming back, including t-shirts, magnets, trading cards, stickers, even guitar picks.

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If you missed out on the Kickstarter campaign, Nightmare Symphony will likely make its way to your local comic shop (absent all of the keen bonuses, of course), just as their previous book La Muerta: Retribution did just this month.

Congratulations to Brian Pulido and the rest of the Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony team, including co-author Mike Maclean, illustrator Anthony Spay and colorist Cici de la Cruz.

You can visit the full Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony Kickstarter page here or visit the Lady Death website and store if you’re interested in catching up.

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