Ah, Chaos! Basically Chaos! Instead, cursed to remain in Hell as long as one person remains alive, she expedited the process herself by setting out to wipe out the human race. Really, in her first appearances Lady Death made Doctor Doom look bush league.
It may be hard to believe it now, but for the first few decades of Deadpool's comic book career, he only appeared in Comics Code-approved comic books, which are basically the equivalent of a PG-rated film actually, it is possible that they would better be described as G -rated! Over time, he slowly moved his way up to PG ratings before Marvel finally gave him the "Parental Advisory" rating, the Marvel equivalent of being rated R. This, of course, also tied in with the Deadpool film coming out and becoming a blockbuster R-rated film. We bring this up to note that, because of this set-up, Deadpool comics were not often a place where you would look if you wanted to see something sexy.
Although often content to keep a balance between life and death she is shown as more than happy to take advantage of situations so as to get the upper-hand: Lady Death is also known to empower most death-gods and demons, allowing them to take souls that have died though the exact nature of their dealing is unknown. Although Death is a neutral entity by nature she isn't above trying to seize control over things and has a rivalry of sorts with her "brother" Eternity - though Lady Death is wise enough to understand the need for balance and as a result rarely engages in acts of outright villainy, instead she can be seen as the ultimate mastermind who observes creation and allows it to grow while at the same time formulating ways to expand her own influence over it. Lady Death was temporarily erased from existence by the omnipotent alien known as Beyonder , but was returned when he realized that destroying Death went against the very nature of existence and as such, even with his great power, Beyonder was not right in his actions. Death's relationship with other villains has varied, she is most famous for her "romance" with Thanos - though she often appeared to shun her would-be-lover, perhaps playing him as somewhat of a fool as her rejection made him ever more determined to prove his worth.
The Queen of the Dead is back to life with an all-new series at Boundless! This super-size 1 features the start of a new fully-painted series from artist Marc Borstel but also has a giant story-so-far to bring all readers up to speed on previous series and make this a perfect place for new readers to start. As her plans of rising to power depend on the loyal foot-soldiers she abandoned, now she must rescue them at all cost.