Lady Death: Malevolent Decimation

lady deathLady Death: Malevolent Decimation
Story: Brian Pulido, Mike MacLean
Interiors: Diego Bernard, Ceci de la Cruz
Cover: Paolo Pantalena, Arif Prianto
Hardcover, Kickstarter Hardcover, 48 pages
Published by Coffin Comics 5/2020

This is yet another comic book character that I collected back in the 90s.  Unless you special ordered or had a cool comic book shop this title was hard to track down but then the comic book world erupted and everything was available around 2000 it became easier to find.

Brian Pulido has created an unlikely hero who at times seems to want to destroy humanity and other times saving humanity.  I think that’s what appeals to me in that you just never really know.

Originally Lady Death was a hallucination, but now she is a full fledged goddess from hell.  Since 2015 Brian Pulido has taken complete control over his character and through Kickstarter has been publishing a new title every few months.

This time around we start out in New Orleans where Lady Death seeks out a voodoo queen to track down a kid who is possessed by a demon that can help her achieve full Malevolent Decimation.    Some of the “good guys” know what the kid is capable of and try to prevent her from raising the dead.

In this book  Brian Pulido does a little crossover from one of his other popular titles, La Muerta.  La Muerta along with Lady Death’s son  seek to prevent Lady Death from reaching her goal.

This book contains yet another great story in the re-birth of Lady Death.  The artwork is beyond beautiful and makes the book worth looking over several times just to see it all.