Vampire Christopher Leach has become a celebrity and heads to Hollywood to star in his own biopic but ends up being accused of murder, engaging in a high-speed freeway chase, and encountering a vampire lord.
In this homage to Forry Ackerman’s Famous Monsters, attorneys Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd must deal with a crazed werewolf, a reluctant vampire, and — scariest of all! — an annoying TV shrink! Plus: guest pinups and letters pages!
First Amendment issues come to the fore in an unusual way in “The Works Speak for Themselves.” Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd are called in when works of art begin to talk, make chit-chat, and sound off! This special issue is being produced in conjunction with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
In this special one-shot to commemorate Exhibit A’s 10th anniversary, Batton will at last reveal how Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd first met. “Readers have been asking me for years when I’m going to tell the ‘origin story’ of Wolff and Byrd,” says Batton. “Well, this is it.” The issue takes place in law school,…
The firm of Wolff & Byrd has moved back into its newly renovated offices, and everything is getting back to “normal.” The office is filled with clients of all shapes and sizes, so from a supernatural standpoint, business seems to be going well…but what earthly forces have Wolff and Byrd spooked?
Everyone loves a talking ape — that’s why Wolff and Byrd are following up issue 35’s trial with “The Appeal of the 800-lb Gorilla!” Plus, in a second story Wolff & Byrd represent a werewolf too smart for his own good. Also featuring a pinup by Bob “Flaming Carrot” Burden and an incredible gorilla cover…
Wolff & Byrd’s latest client finds himself literally disappearing when personal conflicts between Alanna Wolff and Chase Hawkins undermine his case! Guest pinup by Ron Kasman.
Wolff and Byrd represent a mad scientist who opens a portal to another dimension — and finds a woman unlike any he’s ever seen before! (Trust us on this!) Plus, a surprise special guest artist pinup, a lively letters column, and more!
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.