History Creator / ChaosComics

5th Nov '16 8:05:36 AM TheNerevarine
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** Purgatori.

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** Purgatori.ComicBook/{{Purgatori}}.



* AndIMustScream: Once she's turned from an Egyptian slave girl to a pissed off vampire/demon, Purgatori returns to her former lover, the queen who tried to kill her, and the husband she was willing to kill her for and seals them both in a tomb...''after'' she's turned them into vampires.
* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Purgatori's origin story refers to the city of Alexandria, but it's clear that it takes place in the second millennium BC when Alexandria wasn't founded by Alexander the Great until 331 BC. If you're feeling charitable, you could say that they're referring to Rhacotis, the native Egyptian city that Alexandria was built around. Also Egypt's tombs and pyramids were built by paid workers, not slave labor, although to be fair this is still a widespread misconception.
9th Jan '16 9:14:27 PM cdenton
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* IronicName: Oh boy, Brian Pulido liked these. Lady Death's human name is Hope (and, yes, she starts out trapped in Hell), while Evil Ernie's real name is Ernest Fairchild.
22nd Nov '15 10:26:08 PM Anicomicgeek
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* CryForTheDevil: Flashbacks make it clear that despite constant abuse Ernest was a well-adjusted kid, but when he snapped (with a little push from Lady Death, of course), he ''snapped.''
25th Sep '15 4:53:37 PM nombretomado
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One or two of its franchises do occasionally still see print after being auctioned off to other companies. Lady Death, who quickly eclipsed Evil Ernie in popularity, is currently in series published by Boundless Comics. Also there have been various attempts to revive the company's other flagship characters, the most successful of these so far being the use of Evil Ernie as an AntiVillain in {{HackSlash}}.

In 2014, Chaos! was revived and rebooted by Dynamite Comics through a titular miniseries starring Evil Ernie and another miniseries, simply titled Chaos!, by [[HackSlash Tim Seeley]], which serves to reintroduce the core Chaos! characters - except Lady Death, who is replaced by [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Lady Hel]].

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One or two of its franchises do occasionally still see print after being auctioned off to other companies. Lady Death, who quickly eclipsed Evil Ernie in popularity, is currently in series published by Boundless Comics. Also there have been various attempts to revive the company's other flagship characters, the most successful of these so far being the use of Evil Ernie as an AntiVillain in {{HackSlash}}.''ComicBook/HackSlash''.

In 2014, Chaos! was revived and rebooted by Dynamite Comics through a titular miniseries starring Evil Ernie and another miniseries, simply titled Chaos!, by [[HackSlash [[ComicBook/HackSlash Tim Seeley]], which serves to reintroduce the core Chaos! characters - except Lady Death, who is replaced by [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Lady Hel]].
14th Apr '15 6:19:03 PM nombretomado
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Chaos! Comics was a comic book publisher that operated from 1994 until 2002. Founded by Brian Pulido, it originally began as a vehicle for ''Evil Ernie'', his idea for a movie turned comic book about an undead teenage serial killer who spearheads a ZombieApocalypse while goaded on by a supernatural being called ComicBook/LadyDeath, but it expanded into its own shared universe with multiple characters and titles. A company that specialized in ultraviolent horror, gorn, and dark fantasy with mostly VillainProtagonist and AntiHero characters, Chaos! is still generally remembered as kicking off the "Bad Girls" fad of '90s comics and being a prime example of the excesses of TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks - not that these are necessarily bad things. Despite getting licensing deals to handle WWF characters and the ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' franchise as well as having a pretty sizable fan community, affectionately called Chaos Fiends and arguably one of the earliest comics fan communities to really make use of the Internet, Chaos! was a casualty of the crash of the industry in the late '90s/early '00s.

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Chaos! Comics was a comic book publisher that operated from 1994 until 2002. Founded by Brian Pulido, it originally began as a vehicle for ''Evil Ernie'', his idea for a movie turned comic book about an undead teenage serial killer who spearheads a ZombieApocalypse while goaded on by a supernatural being called ComicBook/LadyDeath, but it expanded into its own shared universe with multiple characters and titles. A company that specialized in ultraviolent horror, gorn, and dark fantasy with mostly VillainProtagonist and AntiHero characters, Chaos! is still generally remembered as kicking off the "Bad Girls" fad of '90s comics and being a prime example of the excesses of TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks - not that these are necessarily bad things. Despite getting licensing deals to handle WWF characters and the ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' franchise as well as having a pretty sizable fan community, affectionately called Chaos Fiends and arguably one of the earliest comics fan communities to really make use of the Internet, Chaos! was a casualty of the crash of the industry in the late '90s/early '00s.
27th Feb '15 8:00:19 PM worldbreaker
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** Pretty much all the men she encountered wanted her too, whether they were allies or enemies. Lady Death probably deserves some kind of distinction for having had both Satan and the archangel Michael fall in love with her.
16th Jun '14 6:43:57 PM cdenton
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In 2014, Chaos! was revived and rebooted by Dynamite Comics through a titular miniseries starring Evil Ernie and another miniseries, simply titled Chaos!, by [[HackSlash Tim Seeley]], which serves to reintroduce the core Chaos! characters - except Lady Death, who is replaced by [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Lady Hel]].
31st May '14 9:31:45 AM TheVoiceOfTreason
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* ComicBookAdaptation: Aside from their original works, they also ventured into comics based on musicians such as the Music/InsaneClownPosse, the ''Franchise/Halloween'' franchise, and even comics based on the wrestlers of the [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} World Wrestling Federation]].

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* ComicBookAdaptation: Aside from their original works, they also ventured into comics based on musicians such as the Music/InsaneClownPosse, the ''Franchise/Halloween'' ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' franchise, and even comics based on the wrestlers of the [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} World Wrestling Federation]].
31st May '14 9:30:54 AM TheVoiceOfTreason
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* ComicBookAdaptation: Aside from their original works, they also ventured into comics based on musicians such as the Music/InsaneClownPosse, the ''[[Franchise/Halloween]]'' franchise, and even comics based on the wrestlers of the [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} World Wrestling Federation]].

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* ComicBookAdaptation: Aside from their original works, they also ventured into comics based on musicians such as the Music/InsaneClownPosse, the ''[[Franchise/Halloween]]'' ''Franchise/Halloween'' franchise, and even comics based on the wrestlers of the [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} World Wrestling Federation]].
31st May '14 9:30:06 AM TheVoiceOfTreason
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* ComicBookAdaptation: Aside from their original works, they also ventured into comics based on musicians such as the Music/InsaneClownPosse, the ''[[Franchise//Halloween]]'' franchise, and even comics based on the wrestlers of the [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} World Wrestling Federation]].

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* ComicBookAdaptation: Aside from their original works, they also ventured into comics based on musicians such as the Music/InsaneClownPosse, the ''[[Franchise//Halloween]]'' ''[[Franchise/Halloween]]'' franchise, and even comics based on the wrestlers of the [[{{Wrestling/WWE}} World Wrestling Federation]].
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