Monthly Archive: December 2016

Dec 26

THE BLACK CHRISTMAS HANGOVER IS LIVE!!!

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    To close out 2016, we’re doing a final (weeklong!) sale for after Christmas and bringing you two new limited edition Lady Death Store exclusives! The BLACK CHRISTMAS HANGOVER SALE is now LIVE!!!.   20% SAVINGS ON MOST IN-STOCK ITEMS!!! First, everyone gets 20% OFF the following items at Lady Death Store: Comics Prints Metallicards Statues and Figures ALSO: New rarities have …

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Dec 20

THE BLACK CHRISTMAS HANGOVER SALE BEGINS DECEMBER 26!

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    Christmas is just 5 days away — are you losing your minds yet?!? To close out 2016, we’ll be doing a final (weeklong!) sale for after Christmas and bringing you two new limited edition Lady Death Store exclusives! We’re calling it the BLACK CHRISTMAS HANGOVER SALE.   20% SAVINGS ON MOST IN-STOCK ITEMS!!! Starting December 26, 2016 …

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Dec 09

EVIL ERNIE #1 – 25TH ANNIVERSARY REPORT

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The Forgotten Development of Evil Ernie and Interview with Eric Mache By Jimmy Calabrese for Coffin Comics   The year was 1989 and a young filmmaker influenced by his love of horror movies saw a chance to make his own mark on the horror landscape. But with a grandiose script that called for huge special …

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Dec 02

LADY DEATH WILL BE HITTING VEGAS THIS WEEKEND FOR GREAT AMERICAN COMIC CON!

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Our 2016 convention tour is coming to an end! Our last stop is in Las Vegas for Great American Comic Con, taking place at the Cashman Center on December 3 and 4, 2016. If you’re local to Vegas, come join us for our final show of the year, as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Lady Death’s 1st …

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Dec 01

COMING IN FEBRUARY: LA MUERTA: PIN UPS #1 COMIC MARKET EDITIONS!

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    A brand new pin up art book, La Muerta: Pin Ups #1 is coming to comic shops near you in 4 brand new editions in February 2017, starting at $3.99 US! Feast your eyes on imagery drawn from the lush, dark side of Chicano Culture: Day of The Dead, Sugar Skulls, Calavera, Santa Muerte – …

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