Coffin Comics announced today that their fourth chapter of Lady Death, Oblivion Kiss #1 will hit comic book retailer shelves nationwide on April 19, 2017.

Oblivion Kiss #1 is written by Brian Pulido (Lady Death) and Mike MacLean (Lady Death, La Muerta) and picks up where the events of Extinction Express #1 left off. It features interior artwork by the returning creative team of Dheeraj Verma (Transformers, Lady Death), Sabine Rich (Rothic, Lady Death) and veteran letterer Marshall Dillon.

To save her beloved steed Vassago from eternal torment, Lady Death is drawn to the wasteland city Siduri where lust isn’t a sin, but a way of life. Instead, she encounters the demon sorceress DEMONIKA and is put under an ironclad spell and made to be a plaything to be auctioned off to the highest demon bidder. Is all hope lost?

“This is a pivotal moment in the undead life of Lady Death”, says Pulido. “After this, everything changes. Get out your tissues boxes cause this one is going to be intense.”

Lady Death: Oblivion Kiss #1, a full color 48 page square bound prestige format book, will be available for preorder as four comic market editions in February 2017’s Diamond PREVIEWS #341:

Standard Edition (Mike Krome cover art; $7.99 US)
DCD Order Code: FEB171463

Skull Queen Edition (Nei Ruffino cover art; $7.99 US)
DCD Order Code: FEB171464


Premium Foil Edition (Adam Hughes cover art; $25.00 US)
DCD Order Code: FEB171466

Naughty Edition (Scott Lewis cover art; $40.00 US)
DCD Order Code: FEB171467

Coffin Comics is an independent publishing company, founded in September 2007 by Chaos! Comics founder and Lady Death creator, Brian Pulido. Coffin is dedicated to rock-n-roll inspired, supernatural tales and continues to craft authentically rare, limited edition comic books and assorted items for the discerning collector. For more information, please visit

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