Lawyer’s Graphic Novels, Anything but Brief
LOS ANGELES — “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” Philip K. Dick asked in the title of a novel that became the basis of the movie “Blade Runner.”
The question is best answered by androids. But we know that one very big entertainment lawyer, Harry M. Brittenham, dreams of inhabiting the body of a toothy, ship-crunching Mosasaur, or of a sneaky, ratlike Morganucodon, as the situation requires.
The Mosasaur and Morganucodon, prehistoric types, are just two of the beasts briefly occupied by Noah Freeman, the workaday civil servant who is the hero of Mr. Brittenham’s latest graphic novel. It is a 224-page Goliath titled “Shifter,” and is set for publication on Nov. 15 by Mr. Brittenham’s own Anomaly Publishing.
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