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The debut of Tiger Lawyer features two original tales crossing multiple generes! In "Attorney at Rawr" our titular tiger defends an accused murder, leading to all out courtroom chaos! The series takes a turn for the noir in "Dead Cat Walking" as Tiger loses his first case, forcing him to take to the streets as he uncovers a plot much thicker than murder.

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Do you want to know the best thing about this book? The cover. The other covers look great, too.Do you want to know the worst thing about this book? Anything that isn't the cover.I hate to crap on independent comics, but I can't help but feel that this book is simply a cool idea with no thought for execution. If the tiger is a lawyer, then why is he using closing arguments to present his case? How is the "big reveal" even logical? And why is the client an idiot when he is exonerated due to havin...

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