Chaos Quarterly 1 NM Julie Bell Lady Death Cvr Chaos Comics 1st pri Brian Pulido


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Chaos Quarterly (1995) #1

Published Oct 1995 by Chaos
Brian Pulido writer
Comicraft letterer
Jack Gray colorist
Jason Jensen colorist
Julie Bell cover
Justiniano inker, penciler
Leonardo Jimenez colorist
Louis Small Jr. inker, penciler
Mark Seifert writer
Paul Pelletier penciler
Richard Starkings letterer
Steven Hughes inker, penciler
Thomas Florimonte inker
William Christensen writer

Quarterly collection of short stories in card covered collections with high quality covers featuring the stories of Lady death, Purgatori, Evil Ernie and Cremator.

This series runs directly into The Odyseey story arc and is preceded by the original series Between Heaven & Hell.

Contains four stories of Chaos Universe.

Lady Death
Pagan sends the Hydra to attack Lady Death while she is stood near the scene of her victory over Lucifer. Hydra pushes her similarly into the Nexus. Having got rid of Lady Death Pagan sets in motion his plans.

When Lady Demon threw Purgatori out of Hell by the means of Nexus, Purgatori fell to earth. Again slave to the thirst Purgatori seeks sustenance. She also meets with Faithless One, who she kills and flies away.

Cremator travels through Hell and sought one of demon lords to warn him of coming battle in Hell, Trinity of Evil has learned the way to Hell and are on their way there.

As a young man, Bedlam convinced the elders to leash the land, realizing his error he tried to make it right. He failed and released great evil by accident. Accepting the burden he now huts those evils through time and space.

Lady Death is a fictional goddess appearing in American comic books published by Coffin Comics. Created by Brian Pulido, Lady Death first appeared in Evil Ernie #1 in December 1991.

Lady Death then reappeared in the Evil Ernie: The Resurrection miniseries published by Pulido under his now-defunct company Chaos! Comics in 1994. The character was also the subject of a full-length animated feature film released in July 2004 by ADV Films.

Incarnations of the character have been illustrated by such comic book artists as Steven Hughes, Mike Deodato, Jr., Romano Molenaar, Dheeraj Verma and Ivan Reis. Brian Pulido has optioned publishing licenses through various independent companies such as Avatar Press. As of 2016, Lady Death was published by Pulido’s Coffin Comics, LLC.

In addition, Lady Death has been depicted in artworks by a number of well-known fantasy artists such as Dorian Cleavenger, Gerald Brom, Boris Vallejo, Joe Jusko and Julie Bell.

Near mint, 1st print. Bagged & Boarded.