HOME
The Info List - Chaos! Comics


--- Advertisement ---



Chaos! Comics
Comics
was a comic book publisher that operated from 1994 until 2002, mostly focusing on horror comics. Their titles included Lady Death, Purgatori, Evil Ernie, Chastity, Jade, Bad Kitty, and Lady Demon. Chaos! creators included Brian Pulido, Steven Hughes, Al Rio, Mike Flippin, Justiniano, and Hart D. Fisher. Chaos also published licensed comics for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and several bands.

Contents

1 History 2 Notable titles

2.1 Licensed properties

2.1.1 Band-based comics 2.1.2 WWE characters 2.1.3 Films

3 Doomsday

3.1 Track listing 3.2 Members

4 Notes 5 External links

History[edit] Chaos was founded in 1994 in Scottsdale, Arizona, and published its first title that same year. Writer Brian Pulido
Brian Pulido
was the company's president. The company dealt with a copyright infringement accusation in 1997, when horror writer Nancy A. Collins
Nancy A. Collins
claimed they'd based the Chastity character and storyline on her character Sonja Blue.[1][2] Chaos Comics
Comics
filed bankruptcy in late 2002,[3] with all characters (save Lady Death) being sold off to comic retailer Tales of Wonder, who sold the rights to Devil's Due Publishing. After the demise of Devil's Due Publishing, the rights to the Chaos! Comics
Comics
characters went to Dynamite Entertainment. Prior to the bankruptcy, rights to Lady Death
Lady Death
were sold to CrossGen Entertainment,[4] and prior to CrossGen's bankruptcy, those rights were sold to Brian Pulido
Brian Pulido
and Avatar Press, who founded the imprint Boundless Comics
Comics
solely for Lady Death-comics. Notable titles[edit]

Purgatori Chastity Evil Ernie Jade Lady Death Lady Demon Bad Kitty

Licensed properties[edit] Band-based comics[edit]

The Cryptic Writings of Megadeth The Insane Clown Posse - The Pendulum Static-X: Machine

WWE characters[edit] See also: List of wrestling based comic books

Chyna The Rock Mankind Stone Cold Steve Austin The Undertaker

Films[edit]

Halloween The Mummy

Doomsday[edit] Doomsday was a one-off thrash metal album released in 1995 by the company. The album features a trio, originally from Van Nuys, California but who, at some time between 1995 and 1997, moved to Phoenix, Arizona, playing energetic bass heavy thrash. The CD was released in limited quantity to help promote the Lady Death
Lady Death
and Evil Ernie comic franchises. The album cover features Evil Ernie
Evil Ernie
beneath the Doomsday logo. The trio played at DragonCon
DragonCon
'97,[5] but had little or no commercial success beyond this. Doomsday also played At ChillerCon, NJ in 1997 with Scream Queen Tiffany Shepis Co-Starring in the on stage performance as the maiden victim. Track listing[edit]

"Inceptive Psychosis" 1:12 "Beyond Death" 5:19 "Cyborg Killing Machine" 3:38 "Who Am I" 4:46 "Black Sorrow" 4:21 "Resurrection" 4:02 "Chaos! Rules" 3:40 "Lost Insanity" 5:15 "I Dream" 3:54 "I Am Dead" 1:52 "Take A Shot" 1:58 "No Pickles" 0:21

Members[edit]

Mike Flippin guitars and vocals Dave Chaney Bass Guitar Johhny Ogle percussion

Notes[edit]

^ Stump, Greg. "News Watch: Chaos Under Fire for Copyright Infringement," The Comics
Comics
Journal #194 (Mar. 1997), pp. 11-13. ^ "News Watch: Collins Files Suit, Expands Scope of Case Against Chaos!: Diamond Among the Defendants Named in Copyright Infringement Case," The Comics
Comics
Journal #196 (June 1997), pp. 19-20. ^ Dean, Michael. "Newswatch: Chaos! Bankrupt!," The Comics
Comics
Journal #247 (Oct. 2002), p. 33. ^ Dean, Michael. "Newswatch: Chaos!, CrossGen
CrossGen
Conspire to Pay Creators," The Comics
Comics
Journal #248 (Nov. 2002), pp. 5-7. ^ Welcome to Dragon*Con! - Welcome to Dragon*Con! Archived June 17, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Chaos! Comics
Comics
at Facebook

v t e

Comic book publishers in North America

Active (major)

Archie Comics Boom! Studios Dark Horse Comics DC Comics Dynamite Entertainment IDW Publishing Image Comics Marvel Comics Oni Press Valiant Comics

Active (minor)

Aardvark-Vanaheim AC Comics Action Lab Comics AfterShock Comics AiT/Planet Lar Alias Enterprises Alternative Comics Another Rainbow Publishing Antarctic Press Arcade Comics Arcana Studio Archaia Entertainment Aspen MLT Avatar Press Azteca Productions Beyond Comics Black Mask Studios Blue Juice Comics Bongo Comics
Comics
Group Caliber Comics Class Comics Conundrum Press Creative Impulse Entertainment Darby Pop Publishing Devil's Due Publishing Drawn and Quarterly Eureka Productions Fantagraphics Books First Second Books Hermes Press Kodansha USA Last Gasp Legendary Comics Lion Forge Comics Mad Cave Studios Milestone Media Mirage Studios NBM Publishing Northwest Press Papercutz Platinum Studios Radical Comics Radio Comix Rip Off Press Seven Seas Entertainment Shadowline Sirius Entertainment Slave Labor Graphics TidalWave Productions Tokyopop Top Cow Productions Udon Entertainment Vertical Viper Comics Viz Media WaRP Graphics Yen Press Zenescope Entertainment

Former

Aircel Comics All-American Publications Amalgam Comics American Comics
Comics
Group Atlas Comics Atlas/Seaboard Comics Awesome Comics Blackthorne Publishing Broadway Comics Catalan Communications Centaur Publications Chaos! Comics Charlton Comics Harry "A" Chesler Comico ComicsOne Continuity Comics Crestwood Publications CrossGen Defiant Comics Dell Comics Del Rey Manga Disney Comics EC Comics Eclipse Comics Eternity Comics FantaCo Enterprises Fawcett Comics Fiction House First Comics Fox Feature Syndicate Gladstone Publishing Gemstone Publishing Gilberton Gold Key Comics Harvey Comics Highwater Books Holyoke Publishing Hyperwerks Innovation Publishing Kitchen Sink Press Mainline Publications Malibu Comics Millennium Publications Nedor Publishing NOW Comics Pacific Comics Print Mint Quality Comics Renegade Press Revolutionary Comics Skywald Publications Standard Comics Timely Comics Topps Comics Tundra Publishing Vortex Comics

.