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The monsters meet on Court Street, and other tales of supernatural law (2012)

by Batton Lash

Other authors: Frank Cho (Contributor), Jonathan Ross (Introduction), Monte Wolverton (Contributor)

Series: Supernatural Law (6)

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    section241: Whether in politics (Cerebus) or law (Supernatural Law), both demonstrate the humour found in what would otherwise be considered tedious procedures.
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As their law offices are being remodeled Wolff & Byrd, Counselor of the Macabre, must also navigate rocky emotional relationships, the press, and retain their professional dignity while representing Frankenstein’s monster, a client who’s slipped off to another dimension, the imaginary friend of crooked financier, and an 800-pound gorilla. Did I forget to mention the giant robot that’s run amok in the mall, the boyfriend encased in ice, and “The Scariest Kid on Earth?”

Once again, Lash dishes out the laughs with a seasoning of witty social satire. ( )
  MaowangVater | Aug 3, 2015 |
I was elated to have helped fund this publication via Kickstarter, if only so I could hold a copy in my hands! This is another typically fantastic collection of humourous legal misadventures starring Alanna Wolff & Jeff Byrd. Amidst the monsters, comedy and soap opera is Batton Lash's fine artwork, which often tries out different styles to mimick various other comic book & comic strip properties. It's great to see how this project has helped raise Supernatural Law's profile. ( )
  section241 | Dec 21, 2012 |
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Beware the creatures of the night - they have lawyers! Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd have an unusual law practice - defending monsters and the supernaturally afflicted. In this collection of stories, the attorneys represent a wide variety of clients, from a mad scientist who falls in love with a woman in another dimension, to a gangster gorilla boss, to a tycoon's childhood invisible friend. Readers also learn more about the personal lives of the attorneys and of their intrepid secretary, Mavis, who has her own adventure with a runaway robot. Contents include issues 30, 37, 38, 39, and 40 of Batton Lash's Supernatural Law comic book series as well as Mavis #4 and twenty all-new pages. The Monsters Meet on Court Street is volume 6 in this ongoing graphic novel series that mixes humor, horror, and the law to produce a unique and fun reading experience.

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