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THE CASEBOOK OF RABBIT BLACK

The Casebook of Rabbit Black

Word on the street is when you got a problem, Rabbit Black's the one to solve it. So when Rabbit winds up murdered (but not dead), he refuses to take such a grave matter lying down.

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ART + WORDS: KATE SHERRON

 

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CASE ONE: THE CASE OF THE UNDYING DETECTIVE

Word on the street is when you got a problem, Rabbit Black's the one to solve it. So when Rabbit winds up murdered (but not dead), he refuses to take such a grave matter lying down.

 
 
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CASE FOUR: THE CASE OF THE LADY'S FINGER

After a grift against one of the King's many cousins goes sideways, Isadora Héroux finds herself forcibly recruited by the Crown's Secret Service to investigate a philanthropic society that raises as many red flags as it does funds. She gets a gig as a personal assistant to the personal assistant of the Society's accountant and soon finds herself in water far hotter than the break room coffee. Extra-large issue!

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CASE TWO: THE CASE OF THE KING'S NICKED KITSCH

You can pick your friends but you can't pick your family or the murdered freelancer you accidentally raise from the dead. When Ira Smith's brother loses a hideous national treasure, it's up to Ira and Rabbit to bring the painting back, safe and scandal-free.  

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CASE THREE: THE CASE OF THE EMBROILED INGÉNUE

Running a theater is all plays and more than enough work for Hettie Turner. Between staging a new show, fending off unwanted stalkers, investigating shady underworld accounts with con-woman Isadora, and instigating turf wars between rival crime Families, Hettie doesn't have time for any of Rabbit's drama -- she'll handle her own, all on her own. 

 
 

THE CASEBOOK OF RABBIT BLACK - VOLUME ONE

THE CASEBOOK OF RABBIT BLACK - VOLUME ONE collects the first two issues of the comic book series: The Case of the Undying Detective and The Case of the King's Nicked Kitsch in brilliant, full-color print.