Exhibit A Publishes Special CBLDF Issue of "Supernatural Law"

Official Press Release

As the cover proclaims, the next issue of Batton Lash's Supernatural Law is a special "First Amendment Issue" that will benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.

Lash notes, "It's only natural for Supernatural Law to do a CLBDF issue, since the main characters are lawyers!" Of course, Lash puts his own twist on the First Amendment in the issue's story, "The Works Speak for Themselves," in which attorneys Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd must defend works of art that have begun to talk, make chit-chat, and sound off!

The idea of doing a First Amendment issue originally came up in a conversation between Lash and CBLDF executive director Charles Brownstein, who thinks the legal-oriented comic series and the nonprofit legal organization make a perfect match.

The issue will also contain celebrity artist pinups and a guest editorial by Brownstein. Exhibit A is donating 500 copies of the 32-page issue (list priced at $3.50), signed by Lash, to the CBLDF for sale at conventions and on the nonprofit's website. Some of the pinups will also donated to the CBLDF as well.

The Supernatural Law First Amendment Issue is currently being solicited and is scheduled to be published in April. You'll find more information at the Exhibit A Press website, www.exhibitapress.com.

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