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32 pages (March 1997); 14.3MB downloadExhibit A Press
; ISBN: EXHIBIT-00016
"Beware the Creatures of the Night--They Have Lawyers!"
While Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd are in New Orleans (issue #14), Toby Bascoe and W&B's secretary Mavis discuss some past W&B cases. First up: “The Statue of Limitations,” in which sculpture expert Tim Jacobson falls in love with the statue of Cerelia, the goddess of obsession (recently arrived at the Blackwood Museum), causing the statue to come to life. In “The Returns of Roger Rizzoli,” the IRS goes after the late Mr. Rizzoli for improper deductions. In “The Littlest Loup Garou” W&B represent Wallace Kneet, an artist known for his paintings of the big-eyed Littlest Loup Garou. He claims that an encounter with a werewolf in a Louisiana swamp cursed him to paint the Loup Garou every full moon. Kneet’s wife, Margot, claims that she’s the real artist, having ghosted Wallace’s work for years.
NOTE: The Roger Rizzoli story was drawn by Melissa Uran.