The Press Release:
Lady Death creator Brian Pulido was recently honored alongside 15 other industry professionals with an Inkpot Award for Achievement in Comic Arts during the 2018 Comic-Con International in San Diego, California! The Inkpot Award has been primarily awarded to comic book industry professionals since its inception in 1974 at Comic-Con International. Among its past recipients are Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Gene Colan, Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Dick Giordano and many more.
The Press Release:
On the day of a new Kickstarter launch, veteran comic book creator Brian Pulido reflects on how far his Scottsdale, Arizona based company has come in three short years. Back then, he just settled a lengthy and costly lawsuit to regain ownership of Lady Death, his signature comic book character. He was at a crossroads. What was next?
Lady Death, a supernatural anti-hero who fights evil was popular in the 90’s but could she be relevant today and how would Pulido reach today’s readers? Looking at the comic book distribution landscape, Pulido concluded his best shot was bypassing the traditional channels and re-launched Lady Death through Kickstarter. The gamble paid off. His first campaign raised $76,553.
“We did four Kickstarters in our first year and everything had to work perfectly or else,” Pulido says. Thankfully it all worked out. Since then, Pulido has completed ten Kickstarters and raised over one million dollars for comic book projects. “We ship all our rewards within eight weeks of our Kickstarter close,” Pulido says. Continue reading Coffin Comics Creator Upends Traditional Distribution Channels→
Well hello again my friends and welcome back to the continuing visual explorations from the 2016 NY Comic Con. I’m up to my third chapter and will only be speaking every now and again as it applies. Our next fifty photographs begin with this lovely pair of Gotham City Sires in Poison Ivy and Catwoman. Let’s wander the aisles together again.
Good afternoon my readers of the PiercingMetal way it be I am glad that you have stopped by once again because its always a grand pleasure to see you here on our website. As you already know we are deep in the throes of the NY Comic Con for 2014 and have been serializing our coverage into numerous chapters to give you a better experience. This is Day Three of the madness and I will begin outside in one of the parking areas since they had these giant inflatable balloons that looked like The Teen Titans from the animated show. Have you ever caught that program? Its rather good and makes me wonder if we shall ever see a big screen live action version of this team. Who knows but here we go again into the fray. Who’s with me?
Greetings my friends and welcome back to the visuals that were snagged from the 2013 NY Comic Con – This chapter begins the Fourth and final day of the convention and with so much done on Day Three I was going to use today as my “clean up” day and that means touching base with made connections once more and snapping whatever else I felt might be interesting. Let’s start this one up with a spanning visual of the emblem for “Hope”, the iconic “S” that is Superman’s shield.