“Lady Death: the Collection” now on Indiegogo

On Thursday, Coffin Comics made the jump from Kickstarter to Indiegogo to launch a crowdfunding campaign for Lady Death: the Collection, a set of reprints for out-of-print Lady Death books.

Created by Brian Pulido in 1991, Lady Death is a supernatural (and super hot) anti-heroine who battles the forces of evil both in Hell and earth. Pulido made the jump to full independence when he launched the first Lady Death crowdfunding campaign in 2015 via Kickstarter. This new collection marks the first time that Lady Death books will be crowdfunded on the Indiegogo platform, giving a new audience the chance to catch up on several years of stories.

Here’s how the Lady Death: the Collection Indiegogo page describes the project:

Backers can get a digital Lady Death book of their choice for $6, while physical copies of each book start at $26. The real value is in the two trade paperback editions ($25 each), which collect books 1-3 and 4-7 between the two, and if you’ve got a lot of catching up to do, you can grab both trades for $45. There are also options to pick up multiple digital editions, exclusive art prints, hardcover editions, and art books. Plus, the books are already done, so the printing wait should be less than the typical crowdfunded comic book, and there’s no shipping charge for those inside the continental U.S.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Lady Death: the Collection Indiegogo page here.

Lady Death: Apocalyptic Abyss – Page 22

Lady Death: Apocalyptic Abyss – Page 36

Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony – Page 29

Lady Death: Scorched Earth – Page 8

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