(July 1994)

Exhibit A Press, 1994 Series
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Price:
2.50 USD
Pages:
28
Indicia frequency:
?
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Exhibit A Press
Brand:
Exhibit A Press
Editing:
Jackie Estrada
Color:
Color Covers; Black & White Interiors
Dimensions:
Standard Modern Age US Size (25.6 cm high X 16.7 cm wide)
Paper Stock:
Newsprint (#1-20); Smooth white (#21-23)
Binding:
Saddle-Stitched
Publishing Format:
Was ongoing series

"Curse Of The Werehouse!" (Table of Contents)

Wolff & Byrd / cover / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Batton Lash
Pencils:
Batton Lash
Inks:
Batton Lash
Colors:
Maggie Nightingale; Jason Doreck; In Color
Letters:
Donald Simpson [as Don Simpson] (logo)

Genre:
humor; horror-suspense
Characters:
Alanna Wolff; Jeff Byrd

Welcome to Issue 2! (Table of Contents)

Wolff & Byrd; The Ballad of Dr. Richardson; The Comics / text article / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Batton Lash
Pencils:
Batton Lash; Paul Pope; ? (signed CF)
Inks:
Batton Lash; Paul Pope; ? (signed CF)
Letters:
Donald Simpson [as Don Simpson] (logo); typeset (text)

Genre:
humor; horror-suspense; romance
Characters:
Alanna Wolff; Jeff Byrd; Dr. Richardson

Indexer Notes

inside front cover indicia/credits/editorial page; has acknowledgments for people and businesses that promoted the series; contains illustrated recommendations for Ballad of Dr. Richardson, The (Horse Press, 1993) & Comics, The (Robin Snyder) newsletter

Curse Of The Were-house! (Table of Contents)

Wolff & Byrd / comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script:
Batton Lash
Pencils:
Batton Lash
Inks:
Dennis Caco (assist); Derek Ozawa (assist); Batton Lash
Letters:
Jackie Estrada (dialogue and captions, using Whiz Bang font); Batton Lash (sound effects and titles, using TypeStyler program)

Genre:
humor; horror-suspense
Characters:
Tom Curtis; Kim Curtis; Mr. Meyer; George Boyer; Burke Larson; Alanna Wolff; Jeff Byrd; Sodd, The Thing Called It! [Herbert Moss]; Mavis Munro; Jack Cypress; Abner Warwick; Charlotte; Phil Donahue (cameo)
Synopsis:
Wolff & Byrd help clients deal with a lycanthropic house.
Reprints:

What Say You? (Table of Contents)

Wolff & Byrd; Usagi Yojimbo; Death [Teleute] / letters page / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Stan Sakai (letter and speech balloons); Batton Lash (replies to letters); Thomas A. Blakely; Howard Cruse; Link W. Herrman; David Peattie; James Pascoe (all letter writers)
Pencils:
Stan Sakai; Kevin Paul Shaw Broden
Inks:
Stan Sakai; Kevin Paul Shaw Broden
Letters:
Stan Sakai (speech balloons); typeset (text)

Genre:
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; horror-suspense
Characters:
Miyamoto Usagi; Jeff Byrd; Alanna Wolff; Death [Teleute]

Indexer Notes

letter column; illustrated with Stan Sakai Usagi Yojimbo/Wolff & Byrd sketch & Kevin Paul Shaw Broden Wolff & Byrd/Death [Teleute] fan art

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Wolff & Byrd / promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Batton Lash ?; Neil Gaiman
Pencils:
Batton Lash
Inks:
Batton Lash
Colors:
?
Letters:
Donald Simpson [as Don Simpson] (logo); typeset (text)

Genre:
humor; horror-suspense

Indexer Notes

colour back cover ad for Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre (Exhibit A Press; 1994 series); Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre: Supernatural Law (Exhibit A Press; 1992); Neil Gaiman promotional quote

Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. "Curse Of The Werehouse!"
    Wolff & Byrd
  2. 1. Welcome to Issue 2!
    Wolff & Byrd; The Ballad of Dr. Richardson; The Comics
  3. 2. Curse Of The Were-house!
    Wolff & Byrd
  4. 3. What Say You?
    Wolff & Byrd; Usagi Yojimbo; Death [Teleute]
  5. 4. [no title indexed]
    Wolff & Byrd
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  • Vik-Thor Rose
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