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More Chaos Hits in the Fall
Jade and Lady Death face new challenges in the autumn
By Arnold T. Blumberg
August 14, 2001
Source: Chaos! Comics
Lady Death: Alive #3
© 2001 Chaos! Comics
sees Jade return to center stage in a four issue mini-series written by BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER
vets Tom Sniegoski and Christopher Golden. New artist Wilson Tortosa, who previously illustrated the Jade mini, TURN LOOSE THE DRAGON
, comes back to pencil REDEMPTION
. Chaos! Expects Wilson's "dark manga/anime look" to be an exciting addition to the series.
"Jade is one of those books that gets into your blood," says Sniegoski. "I find myself thinking of all the cool things that have never been done before in comics and try to apply them to the new Jade mini series. I want this series to be like watching an all out, balls to the wall action film, but I want it to be more than that. Watch out CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON watch out MATRIX Watch our AKIRA Jade is looking to out do you all."
The Shanghai of TURN LOOSE THE DRAGON
was a high-tech neon-lit vision that Wilson intends to refine in REDEMPTION
as the scene shifts to San Francisco. Blending all-out martial arts and action with a more humanizing elements, the new series follows Jade to America and into the heart of her enemy's lair. The Triad families have joined forces with a group known only as the Progeny, and they are about to release an anti-vampire weapon known as the Iron Racer to hunt Jade down.REDEMPTION
#1 arrives in stores on November 7, 2001, but if that's not enough, there's always Lady Death and her ongoing struggle with her newfound humanity. Since her mini-series, ALIVE
, the white-skinned Diva of Death has been a flesh and blood mortal, and she will remain so for some time in fact, longer even than her creators originally planned. LADY DEATH: LAST RITES
debuts in September, but it will not
resolve her conflict. Will Lady Death remain alive or choose to return to her former role in Hell? This plot element will extend beyond the end of LAST RITES
as the statuesque one explores her options.
The first issue of LAST RITES
sports a stunning life-like cover painting by Ricky Carralero.
For more information on Chaos!, visit www.chaoscomics.com.