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Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Debuts Three New Comic-inspired Scents At Exclusive Dark Delicacies Party

February 27, 2012 Los Angeles, CA: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab (BPAL) is proud to present three limited edition scents in partnership with Hero Initiative:

• Dawn: Mourning Victory, part of BPAL’s Dawn line

• Cyborg, part of the Grendel line

• Magdalena, part of the Witchblade line.

The three scents will make their debut at a special party Thursday, March 15 at 7 p.m. at:

Dark Delicacies

3512 Magnolia Blvd.

Burbank, CA 91505


All three perfume oils will retail for $26 each for a 5 ml bottle, and a portion of all proceeds will benefit Hero Initiative, the first federally recognized not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping comic book creators in medical and financial need.

Best of all, Dawn creator Joseph Michael Linsner and Top Cow Productions’ Echoes artist Rahsan Ekedal will be in attendance at the party! Don’t miss this exclusive evening to get your scents, sketches and signatures!

And fans of Matt Wagner’s Grendel will be able to pick up a copy of Hero Comics featuring a Grendel cover for a mere $1, a $4 value!

All three scents will be available to the general public starting April 4th, 2012 at

"As an artist, I've spent the last 20 years trying to animate the world that Dawn lives in. I am thankful to BPAL for bringing another rich dimension of that reality to life,” said Joseph Michael Linsner, who will also be Hero Initiative’s guest all weekend at WonderCon in Anaheim, CA March 16-18.

“We love working with the Hero Initiative,” said Kathy Flynn of Black Phoenix. “All of us at BPAL are huge comic fans, so we really enjoy working with such fabulous creators, and introducing our customers to great comics they may have overlooked. And the cause is so worthwhile; it's something we all can get behind.”

Art attached: Dawn: Mourning Victory, Cyborg and Magdalena labels

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab

Kathy Flynn, (818) 506-9404, Fax: (818) 506-9402

Hero Initiative

Christina Zietsman, 626-676-6354

About The Hero Initiative
The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Hero creates a financial safety net for yesterday’s creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. It’s a chance for all of us to give back something to the people who have given us so much enjoyment.

Since its inception, The Hero Initiative has had the good fortune to grant over $500,000 to the comic book veterans who have paved the way for those in the industry today. For more information go to or call 626-676-6354.

About Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab ( is a small fragrance house that specializes in formulating intriguing, compelling body and household blends that run the aesthetic gamut of fin de siecle, romance era, Renaissance, Medieval and Victorian, and include pagan and mythological blends and horror / Gothic-themed scents.

Black Phoenix has several literature-based fragrance lines, including The Last Unicorn, Alice in Wonderland, and the works of Neil Gaiman, and H.P. Lovecraft.

Last year saw the release of a line of scents based on classic role playing games.

They have over two decades of experience in the field, and all of their products are hand-blended in their laboratory. Black Phoenix does not test on animals.

MegaCon 2012

February 17-19, 2012

Image Expo 2012

February 24-26, 2012

Hero Initiative Membership Drive!

March 24-24, 2012

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Help Support The Hero Initiative by clicking the following logos:

Shop through OneCause Now Hero Store

Collect empty laser & inkjet printer cartridges and used cell phones for FREE technology

The Hero Initiative
11301 Olympic Blvd. #587
Los Angeles, CA 90064

Fetish Fun Returns while Winter Recedes

March is a busy month! There are fabulous outfits to be made for Miss Rubber World, (mine included!) I'm doing a latex demo at TES; hosting a Miss Rubber World meet and greet lubricated shopping/cocktail party; presenting an award at the Hookies Ball; MC'ing the Miss Rubber World competion, (where I'll present a selection of The Baroness' unique creations); as well as searching for the perfect venue for my new rubber party starting in April!!

Wednesday, March 21st, New York City: I'm presenting The Joy of Latex at TES! I will escort you into the exciting world of latex—from fetish to fashion—through sensuality, bondage, pain, and play. Practical questions will be answered, including the proper way to slide into tight latex (hint it involves lube!), along with proper care, maintenance, repair of latex.

I will also bring an assortment of bizarre latex accoutrements—as well as some gorgeous fashion pieces—requiring both victims and models. This evening will have something for both novices and the true latex pervert! And I'm looking forward to seeing you all.

TES is located at 260 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC. Doors open at 7:30 pm; meetings begin at 8 pm. TES Members and Students $4, Reciprocal Group Members $6, Non-Members $10. Additional information at

Friday, March 23rd, NYC: It's our Miss Rubber World meet and greet/ lubricated shopping cocktail party and sale!

You should already have your outfits planned and tickets purchased (on sale at my boutique) before then, but if not, come and mingle, drink champagne, nibble on snacks, socialize, and receive 20% off all in-stock latex, and up to 50% off already-discounted sale items! From 7-10pm at 530 B East 13th Street between Avenues A & B, New York City. (Plan your purchases at

Friday March 23rd (right after my cocktail party), NYC: I'm rushing off to present the Best Fetish Escort award at The Hookies 2012 International Escort Awards held at the Roseland Ballroom, 239 West 52nd St.

Red Carpet 9pm, Awards 10pm. Additional information at

Saturday, March 24th, NYC: Miss Rubber World 2012

This event gets better each year, the prizes are incredible, and the competition is fierce—both on and off stage—so you will need to dress to really impress (if you fail to plan ahead, be sure to take advantage of our lubricated shopping cocktail party and sale).

Once again I will be the MC for the evening and will also show a small collection of Baroness latex fashions. People travel for this event and it's great for latex people-watching!