Appearing Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Brian Pulido's words and creations have influenced the world of comic books and beyond for over three decades, creating a legacy of edgy characters and stories with a dark sensibility that has impacted pop culture and made underground imagery mainstream.
His professional experience ranges from award-winning comic book publishing and writing, to screenwriting, film producing and directing, record-setting Crowdfunding campaigns, event hosting and large-scale pop culture event management.
Brian Pulido is founder, publisher and chief creative force behind Coffin Comics, the independent comics label that publishes the "Coffinverse" line of graphic novels including: Lady Death, La Muerta, Hellwitch and other supernatural comic books and merchandise lines. His dedicated global fan base is known as “The Sworn.”
In the nineties, Pulido was publisher of Chaos! Comics where he created and wrote
Evil Ernie, Purgatori and others. Additionally, he has published / written A Nightmare on Elm St., Chucky, Friday The 13th, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Megadeth, Halloween, Insane Clown Posse, WWE and many more.
He is on The Hero Initiative’s fundraising board, has received the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s Defender of Liberty Award and Comic Con International’s Inkpot Award for contributions to the comic arts.
He has raised over eight million dollars for comic book projects on Kickstarter.
He wrote and directed the horror film the Graves, which played on the Syfy channel.
Pulido is a public speaker whose topics include: busines development, branding, crowdfunding, fan base development and comic book collecting and investing.
He and Francisca Pulido are owners of Tucson Comic Con in Tucson, Arizona, which is entering its fourteenth year of operation.
A life-long comic book collector and enthusiast, Pulido has read Marvel’s Captain America monthly without fail since July 1974.
He resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his beloved wife Francisca and dogs Ember and Max.
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