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CrossGen's Lady Death Preview By Brian Jacks
The recent burnout of Brian Pulido's Chaos Comics was big news in the industry, but almost as big was the announcement that CrossGen Comics would be picking up the rights to the defunct company's most notable character, Lady Death, with the intent to publish.
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Now, scarcely six months later, CrossGen's Code 6 imprint will be releasing Lady Death: A Medieval Tale, a new ongoing series written by the character's creator Brian Pulido, with art by Ivan Reis and Mark Campos, and colors by Chris Blythe.
CrossGen has provided Slush with preview art and the solicitation text from the first issue, scheduled to hit store shelves on February 12th.
About the series: The medieval world 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. Blood of both clans, she belongs to neither. Bearing a sword of vengeance, Lady Death roams Medieval Europe in search of her place in the world.
Lady Death is familiar to comics readers, but now her story is re-imagined in an all-ages epic set in medieval times. Amidst a harrowing battle between warrior knights and the otherworldly Eldritch, a child is conceived that is neither wholly human nor wholly Eldritch. Years later, her unique nature is discovered, setting into motion events that will jeopardize the lives of Hope and her mother. Is there any place in the world for Hope, or is Lady Death the only solution?