Sunday, September 11, 2016

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 255: And although this is a fight I can lose, the accused is an innocent man

And then there as the time that crazy old man Clint Eastwood delivered a subpoena to J. Jonah Jameson...or is that an injunction? I never get those two straight.

Panels from She-Hulk (2004 series) #4 (August 2004), script by Dan Slott, pencils by Juan Bobillo, inks by Marcelo Sosa, colors by Chris Chuckry, letters by Dave Sharpe

Thus begins the most exciting episode ever of The Paper Chase in Night Court for Law and Order starring Matlock, Harvey Birdman, Ally McBeal and Perry Mason's L.A. Law!

It's always good to hire an attorney who's read up on his Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe:

Of course, like this one, 90% of super-hero-related court cases are wrapped up with a settlement instead of a verdict. Remember when Frank Castle did 80 hours of community service for blowing away the Gamboni Family?

And it all ends, like all comic book stories do, with the main characters in chicken suits.

Bonus Fun Fact! Matt Murdock does not appear in this story!

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