ACTOR Comic Fund at WW Texas, First Chance to pick up "Lady Death" books

Official Press Release

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 19, 2004) – Don't miss out on what will surely be the hottest booth at WW Texas – ACTOR Comic Fund's booth # 1100! Stop by to get first dibs on Brian Pulido's new Lady Death books with all proceeds going to ACTOR.

Lady Death: Dead Rising Preview is a first glimpse into Pulido and Avatar Press' plans for two Lady Death series. Yes, folks, the diva of death will be published in two incarnations. The First will be the Medieval version formerly published by Crossgen and the "Classic" Lady Death of the Chaos! era will return as well. The covers available at the show are: Medieval Lady Death, "Classic" Lady Death, Stunning variant, silver foil variant and the gold foil/leather edition.

"Lady Death rises from the grave yet again," says merry prankster Brian Pulido. "Come to the ACTOR booth to see what's up. Seriously, I'm grateful that Avatar Press and I can contribute to a cause as vital as ACTOR."

Other special guests include Skottie Young, Tone Rodriguez, Angel Medina, Michael Lark and John Cassaday.

ACTOR's booth schedule is as follows:

FRI, Nov. 5

10-1 Skottie Young

1-3 Tone Rodriguez

3-4 Angel Medina

SAT, Nov. 6

10-12 Michael Lark

1-4 Skottie Young

4-6 John Cassaday

SUN, Nov. 7

11-1 Skottie Young

12-2: Brian Pulido

3-5 Michael Lark

Wizard World Texas will take place November 5-7, 2004 at the Arlington Convention Center in Arlington, TX. Show hours are Fri 10-6, Sat 10-6 and Sun 11-5.

A Commitment To Our Roots (ACTOR) Comic Fund is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. ACTOR creates a financial safety net for yesterdays' creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and entrée back into paying work. For more information, visit www.ACTORComicFund.org or call 310-286-0758 x440.

For more information on Wizard World Texas, visit http://wizarduniverse.com/conventions/texas.cfm.

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