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, thanks to being accidentally resurrected by the necromancer downstairs), he refuses to take such a grave matter lying down. Written and drawn by Kate Sherron, THE CASEBOOK OF RABBIT BLACK Volume One collects the first two extra-large issues of the comic book series: "The Case of the Undying Detective" and "The Case of the King's Nicked Kitsch." Paul Tobin (BANDETTE) says "RABBIT BLACK is a fascinating look at a comic, a character, and a creator maturing at the same time. A true voice being born!" Adam Bolton (WHERE'S MY SHOGGOTH?, GATEHOUSE) says "If Matisse made a comic, it would look like this." Ryan Ferrier (KENNEL BLOCK BLUES, HOT DAMN) says ""With THE CASEBOOK OF RABBIT BLACK, writer-artist-visionary Kate Sherron has single handedly crafted an inventive and addicting caper dripping with charm, intrigue, and style." Includes concept art, pin-ups, and a comics-process breakdown. Suggested for mature readers.