A dream of a case turns into a nightmare, as Wolff and Byrd represent a psychic child in a suburban neighborhood. And when people come out of Jeff and Alanna’s past to cloud their judgment, is it all part of a grand plan, or just an example of “The Co-Inkydinks”?
The legal system goes APE on attorneys Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd’s latest client, in “Trial of the 800 lb. Gorilla!” Cover inked by Murphy Anderson. Plus: a highly caffeinated pinup by Shannon “Too Much Coffee Man” Wheeler! This issue was nominated for a 2003 Harvey Award for Best Single Issue.
He’s bitter, he’s angry, he’s downright down on everything. And he’s Wolff & Byrd’s latest client: “Mr. Negativity”! Will his bad vibe undermine his case? Also, Alanna and Jeff represent a man who finds that his immortality leaves a lot to be desired! Plus: guest artist pinup, lively letters page, and more!
As a potential client, Huberis the Dybbuk has both pluses and minuses. On the plus side, his case could be quite lucrative for the law firm (the diminutive demon is suing a church for not letting him join, even though he’s found God). On the minus side, he’s extremely misogynistic and will talk only to…
Wolff and Byrd represent a disgruntled muse who is tired of being used for more than inspiration! Also–now that the law offices have been destroyed by the rampaging Inevitable Hank, Mavis and Corey learn how difficult it can be to put things back in order! Plus: a cool pinup by Eisner Award-nominee Brian Michael Bendis!
In the Nevada desert Wolff and Byrd take a gamble as they follow the “Trail of the Trial of the Mummy.” The counselors of the macabre represent a pharaoh whose court case began over 2,000 years ago! Plus, a guest artist pinup, letters page, recommended reading, and more!
Alanna’s main squeeze (and Jeff’s first boss) is bedeviled by his own personal demons: creature comforts, mean spirit, and monstrous ego. A most unusual issue!
In this banner issue, Wolff and Byrd represent a young boy who is the only one who can control an incredible monster that’s gone on a rampage in New York. With all the property damage and injuries sustained, can lawsuits be far behind? Special guest cover artist: Marie Severin!
The special “Conflicts and Personal Issues” issue! Cringe as Alanna Wolff learns why Chase Hawkins can’t see her! Shudder as Jeff Byrd gets himself in hot water with Harriet Beryl! Gasp as Mavis hits a roadblock in her love life! Giggle as Corey Wolff wards off a would-be boyfriend! PLUS: What is the hulking creature…
This issue contains three short stories: (1) Big Foot’s adventures in the Big City, (2) Jury Duty for the Dead, and (3) a Steve Ditko-inked story about a sorcerer and a demon.