Brian Pulido

Brian Pulido


Brian Pulido’s professional experience ranges from award-winning comic book writing, publishing and marketing, to screenwriting, film producing, event producing and directing.

Pulido is publisher of Coffin Comics, which has taken Kickstarter, the convention circuit and the comic market by storm (thanks to the legions of “fiends”)! He’s publishing all new Lady Death, launched La Muerta, the new Mexican American femme fatale and Zack, The Zombie Exterminator. Coffin Comics has a near 100% on time shipping record.

He is the owner of, an online retailer that is celebrating 9 years of record growth.

In the 90’s, Pulido created the Chaos! Comics universe including Lady Death, Evil Ernie, Purgatori, Chastity & dozens of other characters. He has published / written Lady Death, Evil Ernie, A Nightmare on Elm St., Chucky, Friday The 13th, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Megadeth, Insane Clown Posse, WWE and many more.

He is on The Hero Initiative’s fundraising board and has received the CBLDF Defender of Liberty Award. He’s won 12 international printing awards.

He wrote / produced / directed The Graves starring Tony Todd.

Pulido has read Marvel’s Captain America monthly without fail since July 1974.

He resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Francisca and dogs Ember and Max.

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Charles Soule

Charles Soule


Charles Soule is an American comic book writer best known for writing Daredevil, She-Hulk, Death of Wolverine, and various Star Wars comics from Marvel Comics. He also has his creator-owned series Letter 44.

In 2013 DC Comics announced that Soule would take over writing duties for Swamp Thing, beginning with issue #19. In addition, he was the writer for Red Lanterns from issue #21 - #37. Soule also originated Superman/Wonder Woman, illustrated by Tony Daniel.

Some of his other work with Marvel includes Uncanny Inhumans, Lando, Obi-Wan & Anakin, and the Secret Wars event tie-in book Civil War. He was also the writer of a Marvel ongoing series focusing on the Poe Dameron character from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Marguerite Bennett

Marguerite Bennett


Marguerite Bennett is an American comic book writer. She has worked on Bombshells, Angela, Josie and the Pussycats, and her creator-owned book InSeXts. Her work has been recognized for her depiction of real female relationships. In 2016 and 2017 her representation of LGBTQ stories and characters had earned her a nomination for a GLAAD Media Award.

Bennett’s first exposure to comics was through Batman: The Animated Series at the age of 6. Her debut into comics began after Scott Snyder approached her to ask if she wanted to work with him on a Batman Annual, and after completing that she continued to work with DC where she wrote single issue stories for Lobo, Batgirl, and Talon. Marguerite also worked for Marvel Comics on single-issue stories in the Amazing X-Men Annual, Death of Wolverine series, and Nightcrawler.

Her other work includes Archie Comics’ New Riverdale relaunch, Joker’s Daughter, and Jungle Girl.

James Tynion

James Tynion


James Tynion IV is an American comic book writer best known for his work on the Batman franchise at DC Comics.

Tynion has worked on a number of additional titles for DC Comics, BOOM! Studios, Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, and Thrillbent. His work includes The Immortal Men, Batman, Batwoman, Amazing X-Men, Death of Wolverine: Logan’s Legacy, The House In The Wall, Love is Love, Detective Comics, Talon, and many more.

Joyce Chin

Joyce Chin


Joyce Chin is a penciller who has worked for DC, Top Crow and Dynamite.

She has been working in the comic industry since 1995 when she penciled for Guy Gardner: Warrior for DC. Since then she has gone on to work on several titles including Vampirella, Xena, Superman: Silver Banshee, and many more.  

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