SIMILAR BOOKS BY CATEGORY
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27 pages (September 1994); 7.7MB downloadExhibit A Press
; ISBN: EXHIBIT-00004
"Beware the Creatures of the Night--They Have Lawyers!"
This is the first W&B issue to consist of several short stories. In “The Zombies Strike at Midnight,” the owner of a novelty company goes into Wade’s Haitian Hut, a bar near the courthouse, and complains about the fact that the zombies he employs to make his specialty voodoo dolls have gone on strike; the zombies are of course represented by W&B. In “Court of Public Opinion,” Sodd is back as jury selection is under way. On the courtroom steps, the press abandon W&B and Sodd when they spot attorney Chase Hawkins and his client, supermodel Dawn Devine. In “Mavis,” the secretary ventures out onto the street to find that the real world can be scarier than the firm’s monster-filled offices. In “Things That Go Bump in the Night,” it’s just Jeff and Alanna alone in the office in the wee hours. Finally, in “The Man Who Broke the Laws of Gravity (and Landed in Court),” W&B represent Lowell M. Rose, a consultant to Blackwood Museum who translates an ancient Tibetan scroll on levitation and finds himself up in the air; he sues when the museum fires him.
This issue was the first to contain contributed pinups; these are by Melissa Uran and Alex Grecian.