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  • Issue #1
    Girl Who Would Be Death (1998) 1

    A 4-issue miniseries finds a woman seeking power over death itself. In the old, magic-infested streets of New Orleans, there is a dangerous goth subculture that even the most knowledgeable club-hoppers never get to see. But an outsider has learned all about the secret society: Plath, a fiercely beautiful young woman who has lost someone she loves to the darkest side of the city's nightlife. Ruthless and dauntless, Plath will stop at nothing to free her lover from Death's grasp...no matter what the price. Written by Caitlin R. Kiernan. Art and painted cover by Dean Ormston. Mature Readers. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Girl Who Would Be Death (1998) 2

    What does it feel like to be dead? Plath discovers that the answer to her girlfriend Evangeline's question may be far stranger than she had suspected. But nothing will deter Plath from seeking revenge on the secret society called the Cirque De Necrevores and reclaiming her lost love: not the disturbing changes in her own body, nor the vision of Petrefax and the Dreaming, and certainly not the enigmatic Eblis O'Shaughnessy, envoy of the Endless. Note: Death does not appear in this miniseries. Written by Caitlin R. Kiernan. Art and painted cover by Dean Ormston. Mature Readers. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Girl Who Would Be Death (1998) 3

    When The Sandman's Eblis O'Shaughnessy, envoy of the Endless, finally confronts Plath, he must also confront his own limitations. But the opposition to Plath's plan to capture Death also comes from within as Plath struggles with supernatural forces, as well as for the loyalty of her lover Evangeline. Note: Death does not appear in this miniseries. Written by Caitlin R. Kiernan. Art by Sean Phillips and Dean Ormston. Painted cover by Dean Ormston. Mature Readers. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Girl Who Would Be Death (1998) 4

    Plath and her lover, Evangeline, face the devastating consequences that result from Plath's desire to challenge Death. One of them must make the ultimate sacrifice, leaving the other for dead in this riveting conclusion. Note: Death does not appear in this miniseries. Written by Caitlin R. Kiernan. Art and painted cover by Dean Ormston. Mature Readers. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $2.50.