Brian Pulido is a multi-talented creator,
writer and producer of pop cultural entertainment and merchandise.
As the former President of Chaos! Comics, Pulido was the top
selling independent comic publisher of the 1990’s. Under
his leadership, Chaos! won twelve international printing awards,
kicked off the Bad-Girl trend in comics, and created a loyal
fan base unlike anything before seen in the comics industry.
Pulido was the recipient of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s
Defender of Liberty award for 1999 for his fund raising efforts.
The CBLDF is a first amendment’s rights advocacy group.
Pulido is also a member of the board of directors for A Commitment
to Our Roots (or ACTOR), a non-profit foundation formed to
aid retired members of the comic book community in need.
Brian has created over twenty properties, one hundred characters
and written or co-written over 240 comic books including Lady
Death, Evil Ernie, Purgatori, Chastity, Smiley the Psychotic
button, Bad kitty, Jade, Sage, Lady Demon, Bedlam and The
Undead among many others.
Pulido designed a Haunted Attraction for Rawhide Western town
in 2000, created and packaged “The Supernaturals”
comic book series for Marvel Comics, and served as creative
director on over one hundred licensed items including action
figures, sculptures, glassware, jewelry, trading cards, apparel,
holiday ornaments, stickers and soundtracks.
In motion pictures, Brian wrote the story and is Associate
Producer on the upcoming animated Lady Death feature from
ADV films. He has several development deals including the
feature Jade with Gale Ann Hurd; producer of Terminator attached
and Bad Kitty with Mark L. Wolper Productions, producers LA
Confidential attached. Brian is hard at work on several supernatural
themed screenplays he will soon unleash onto the world.
The 2003 relaunch of Lady Death at CrossGen Entertainment
started a new, kinder gentler era for the maverick creator.
Lady Death: A Medieval Tale became the company’s #1
seller and was Wizard’s Book of The Month winning praise
from fans and critics alike.
Before comics publishing, Pulido worked as an assistant director
in New York and Los Angeles, making music videos for brands
as diverse as Kiss, Coca Cola and C&C Music Factory.
Brian graduated New York University’s School of Film
and Television. He resides in the wilds of Arizona with his
wife Francisca and his dogs Midnight and Raven, crafting a
new vision to bring high quality, low budget filmmaking to
Arizona and the rest of the world.