Batton Lash's "Supernatural Law" Now Available For Digital Download

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Readers can now download Batton Lash's Supernatural Law titles to their iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android device, or to their desktop via the Adobe Air app.

Both Comics+ and Graphicly carry the first several issues of Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre (originally published in 1994-1995), complete with covers, editorials, letters pages, and pinups. All issues feature attorneys Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd and their intrepid secretary, Mavis Munro. Their law firm specializes in defending the supernatural and the supernaturally afflicted. The humor/horror series (whose title changed to Supernatural Law with issue 23) is published by Exhibit A Press, co-owned by Lash and his wife, Jackie Estrada, who have been part of the independent comics scene since the early 1990s.

"This is really where everything is going," Batton notes. "I still love print and will keep doing print books, but the new technology is also making the comics look great on electronic platforms. It's win-win!"

Comics+ is an app from iVerse Media available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. To access the downloads, visit http://comicspl.us/ to sign up. Then look for titles published by Exhibit A Press. Wolff & Byrd #1 is available for free, and the following issues are just 99 cents each.

Graphicly not only distributes comics titles to a variety of digital devices but offers an online community where readers can comment on and rate the titles they read. To download comics, visit graphicly.com/exhibit-a. In addition to Wolff & Byrd issues at 99 cents, you'll find Supernatural Law 101 (how Wolff & Byrd met in law school-now out of print). And exclusively, Graphicly offers the graphic novel The Life-Partner of Frankenstein, in full color, for $1.99 (http://graphicly.com/exhibit-a/life-partner-of-frankenstein/1 ).

More issues, as well as other Supernatural Law publications, will become available for both apps in the coming weeks.

For more information, visit www.exhibitapress.com

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