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The Fix vol 2: Laws, Paws & Flaws s/c


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The Fix vol 2: Laws, Paws & Flaws s/c back

Nick Spencer & Steve Lieber

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Page 45 Review by Stephen

Detectives Roy Garney and Mac Brundo are corrupt police officers.

Detectives Roy Garney and Mac Brundo are hilariously inept.

Detectives Roy Garney and Mac Brundo are in debt to the wrong guy.

Detectives Roy Garney and Mac Brundo are in way over their heads.

Previously in THE FIX VOL 1... Look, it's an extensive review and you'd be far better served reading that.

I'll just reiterate that Spencer and Lieber present you with a series of expectations - not least of which is that no one could be more inappropriate than Mac and Roy - then confound them, royally, at every comedic corner over and over again.

It's actually everyone's blithe, deadpan openness and honesty about their awfulness that's funniest.

Off camera Los Angeles' Mayor Kincaid could not be less statesmanlike. Even on camera he's being outrageous behind the podium. Learn which celebrity items of interest sell best on e-bay, especially if they're dead! Then wish you hadn't. Discover how cookery-mad local crime lord Josh achieves his centre during yoga. Hey, everyone had a different equilibrium, right?

Police partners Roy and Mac have been separated by this point: Roy's dealing with the death of the celebutard he was hired to bodyguard; Mac's been assigned to airport customs duty and a drug-sniffing beagle called Pretzels but charged by Josh with letting certain traffickers through. Unfortunately Pretzels is less inept and more devoted to his job than Mac.

"Uh, Detective Brundo, it's Anne...
"We got a young male, acting suspicious and Middle Eastern in the customs line."

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