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Bone’s Jeff Smith Introduces A Vampire To Hollywood

Cartoonist Batton Lash has been self-publishing his Supernatural Law comic books and trade paperbacks for over two decades. The humor/horror series, about Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd, two lawyers who defend monsters and the supernaturally afflicted, has won numerous awards and made Batton a popular guest at comic conventions. Now Batton is conducting a Kickstarter […]

Beware The Creatures Of The Night – They Have Lawyers!

Batton Lash writes for Bleeding Cool, I am a cartoonist and creator of a long running series called Supernatural Law. Supernatural Law features a pair of attorneys who have a practice called Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre. Alanna Wolff and her partner Jeff Byrd (aided by their intrepid secretary Mavis) represent vampires, werewolves […]

Captain Midnight – A Little Cultural Archaeology

Batton Lash wrote an introduction to the second volume of collected classic Captain Midnight comics published by Dark Horse, stating that in his childhood, “certain characters were so popular in their day that they were still referenced long after they dropped off the pop culture”, and his experience is in some ways similar to my […]


“My Gal, the Zombie,” Uses Zombism As A Metaphor For Discrimination

Dan Conner writes for Bleeding Cool: Dan Conner’s popular, independent comic, “My Gal, the Zombie,” is unique in an industry saturated with tales of the undead.  As acclaimed comic creator, Batton Lash (Supernatural Law) has said, “Dan Conner’s Chelsea is not your usual zombie . . . she’s more into shopping than chomping!”  Batton’s description […]

Eisner Award Voting, And Supernatural Law Donating, Both Tick Down The Days

As ever, Jackie Estrada is running the Eisner Awards, and she would like to remind you, if you work in the comics industry (and surprisingly this includes me, because of the likes of the deservedly non-nominated Avengefuls), the deadline for voting on nominations in the 2013 Eisners is June 12th at midnight. Or, June 13th […]

James Hudnall And Batton Lash Cartoons Labelled Racist On MSNBC

The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC last night tackled the Obama Nation political cartoon series by James Hudnall and Batton Lash, calling them racist and a “hateful vision”. James Hudnall is best known as the creator of ESPers and Harsh Realms, which was turned into a TV series. Batton Lash is the creator […]