Tag Archives: Lady Death

“Lady Death: Malevolent Decimation” is another instant crowdfunding success for Coffin Comics

On Wednesday, Coffin Comics launched a crowdfunding campaign for Lady Death: Malevolent Decimation, the eleventh chapter of the Lady Death saga since the character’s resurrection in 2015. The campaign was another instant success, having already raised more than $220 thousand at the time of this writing. Malevolent Decimation is co-written by Brian Pulido and Mike MacLean, and features illustrations by

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Coffin Comics’ “Hellwitch: the Forsaken” graphic novel “banned” by printer

Over the weekend, Coffin Comics founder and Lady Death creator Brian Pulido announced that their upcoming graphic novel Hellwitch: the Forsaken has been unceremoniously dropped by their printer. According to Pulido, the printing company took issue with some of the mature imagery in the book, and requested that Coffin Comics & Co. either revise it or remove it altogether. Pulido

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“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

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Coffin Comics’ “Hellwitch: the Forsaken” has come for your soul- and your wallet!

Overnight, the crowdfunding campaign for Coffin Comics’ latest supernatural fantasy book Hellwitch: The Forsaken #1 went live on Kickstarter, and has already raised more than $100 thousand bucks. Hellwitch: the Forsaken is a 48-page graphic novel written by Brian Pulido and Mike MacLean, and featuring illustrations by Diego Bernard and colors by Cici De La Cruz. Part of Coffin Comics’

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Brian Pulido’s “Lady Death: Blasphemy Anthem” is live; reaps nearly $200K on day 1

On Wednesday, Coffin Comics launched a crowdfunding campaign for Lady Death: Blasphemy Anthem, the latest double-sized comic book in the Lady Death series. At the time of this writing, the project has already raised roughly $190 thousand dollars in less than 24 hours. Blasphemy Anthem is co-written by Lady Death creator Brian Pulido and Mike MacLean, and features illustrations by

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Coffin Comics giving Lady Satanus her own book

When Coffin Comics launches Lady Death: Blasphemy Anthem on Kickstarter tomorrow, it will officially introduce a new character to the Lady Death universe: Lady Satanus. After being revealed on one of the variant covers for Blasphemy Anthem, Coffin Comics has received quite a bit of positive feedback on the character from fans. This has prompted the creators to give Lady

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Limited edition Shi/Lady Death 25th anniversary variants exclusive to SDCC

Comic book “bad girls” Shi and Lady Death already have a bit of a history together, but both characters are also sharing their 25th anniversary this year. 25, eh? They look great. So how will these two deadly femme fatales celebrate? In true comic book fashion, of course- with variant covers! Shi creator Billy Tucci recently revealed that his is

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“Lady Death: Scorched Earth” crowdfunding campaign fully funded on day 1

On Wednesday, Coffin Comics’ latest crowdfunding campaign for Lady Death: Scorched Earth launched on Kickstarter, and much like previous Lady Death campaigns, it became an instant success raising more than $170 thousand in the first twelve hours. This type of success has become a regular occurrence for Coffin Comics and Lady Death creator, Brian Pulido. Since moving to a crowdfunding

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Coffin Comics’ “Lady Death: Scorched Earth” launches on Kickstarter March 6

The next chapter in Coffin Comics’ Lady Death saga launches 6 March on Kickstarter. Titled Lady Death: Scorched Earth, this upcoming crowdfunding campaign has some big leather boots to fill, as it follows 2018’s overwhelmingly successful Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony, which raised $295 thousand and stands as Coffin Comics’ most successful crowdfunded graphic novel to date. As is typical of

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Brian Pulido’s “Hellwitch: Hellbourne” is burning up on Kickstarter

This week, the latest project from Coffin Comics, Hellwitch: Hellbourne, launched via Kickstarter, and it is kicking ass. This brand new title character is the latest sexy brainchild of Brian Pulido, the creator of both Lady Death and La Muerta. Hellwitch is a 48-page graphic novel written by Brian Pulido and Mike MacLean, and featuring illustrations by Diego Bernard and

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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

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“Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony” is killing it on Kickstarter; over $160k on day one

On Wednesday, Coffin Comics’ Lady Death: Nightmare Symphony launched on Kickstarter and has quickly raised over $160 thousand, demolishing its original funding goal of just $15 thousand. 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

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Ethan Van Sciver launches Indiegogo campaign for new “Cyberfrog” comic, fully funded in 20 minutes

On Wednesday, comic book artist and YouTubeStar Wars commentator Ethan Van Sciver launched the long-awaited crowdfunding campaign for Cyberfrog: Blood Honey on Indiegogo. Originally seeking 8 thousand dollars to fully fund the project, that benchmark was reached roughly 20 minutes after the campaign went live. Van Sciver (Scriver?) created and published Cyberfrog comics from 1993 to 1998, but abandoned the

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