Bury the Lede #1
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Bury the Lede #1

Writer: Gaby Dunn Artist: Claire Roe Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: October 2, 2019 Cover Price: $19.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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     * Cub reporter Madison Jackson is young, scrappy, and hungry to prove that she deserves her coveted college internship at the premiere newspaper in town, The Boston Lede, so when her police scanner mentions a brutal murder tied to the prominent Boston Kennedys, Madison races to the crime scene, looking for the scoop of the century.
* What she finds instead is the woman who'll change her life forever: Dahlia Kennedy, celebrity socialite, now widow, covered in gore and the prime suspect in the murder of her husband and child. When Dahlia refuses to talk to anyone but Madison, they begin a dangerous game of cat and m more

  • 8.0
    But Why Tho? - Lizzy Garcia Oct 7, 2019

    However, as compelling as Bury the Ledeis, my one complaint is the stakes never feel high enough. Madison never seems to be in grave danger even when she is talking to sources or people who could potentially want to hurt her if certain information gets out. The biggest danger to Madison is often her own choices, especially in regards to her relationships. That being said, this is still a great read for any true crime fans. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Doom Rocket - Lauren Fernandes Oct 10, 2019

    If you're a person that has ever binge-watched Law and Order: SVU, this might be the graphic novel for you. I don't care if you think you're not into comics. Read anyway. And if you are into comics? Also read. Because not only does Bury the Lede serve up a great killer and a questionable protagonist, it leaves you hanging, waiting for the next call on the police scanner. It makes you wonder where the lines for humanity are drawn within each of us, and how easily we could be pushed from protagonist to villain. Read Full Review

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