Medieval Lady Death

Medieval Europe is threatened by a near immortal race called the Eldritch. Humanity's last hope for survival is Lady Death, an outcast who is half-human, half-Eldritch and all attitude. She is part of both clans, but belongs to neither. Bearing the sword of vengeance, Lady Death roams the medieval realms in search of her place in the world.

Classic Lady Death

A teenaged girl named Hope is deceived by demons and trades her mortality for eternal life in Hell. Upon her arrival she is enslaved. To ensure her survival she turns to the darkness within herself and begins a transformation into Lady Death.

Brian Pulido

Brian Pulido is a multi-talented creator, writer and producer of pop cultural entertainment and merchandise. Pulido is the creator of Lady Death and over 100 other characters, including a new line of characters at Avatar Press. As the former President of Chaos! Comics, Pulido was the top selling independent comic publisher of the 1990’s. Before comics publishing, Pulido worked as an assistant director in New York and Los Angeles, making music videos for brands as diverse as Kiss, Coca Cola and C&C Music Factory. Brian graduated New York University’s School of Film and Television. He resides in the wilds of Arizona with his wife Francisca and his dogs Midnight and Raven, crafting a new vision to bring high quality, low budget filmmaking to Arizona and the rest of the world. Find out more about Brian at his Eternal Entertainment website and check out what he's doing at Avatar on the Pulido at Avatar page.

Avatar Press

Avatar Press is a comic book publisher which has carved a niche for itself as a company that pushes the boundaries between mainstream and independent by working with a diverse lineup of the best creators in comics including Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, Warren Ellis, Frank Miller, Brian Pulido, Joe R. Lansdale, and numerous others. Avatar has published creator-owned comics such as Joe R. Lansdale's The Drive-In, and David Quinn and Tim Vigil's 777: The Wrath, company-owned comics such as Pandora and The Ravening, television and movie licensed hits such as Frank Miller's Robocop and Stargate SG1, and long-running anthology title Threshold, among numerous other titles. A company that has established itself as one of the cornerstones of the American indy comic book scene over the past few years, Avatar has published over 450 comic books since 1997.


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