Bury the Lede

Bury the Lede Review

Twenty-one-year-old Madison T. Jackson is already the star of the Emerson College student newspaper when she nabs a coveted night internship at Boston’s premiere newspaper, The Boston Lede. The job’s simple: do whatever the senior reporters tell you to do, from fetching coffee to getting a quote from a grieving parent. It’s grueling work, so when the murder of a prominent Boston businessman comes up on the police scanner, Madison races to the scene of the grisly crime. There, Madison meets the woman who will change her life forever: prominent socialite Dahlia Kennedy, who is covered in gore and being arrested for the murder of her family. The newspapers put everyone they can in front of her with no results until, with nothing to lose, Madison gets a chance – and unexpectedly barrels headfirst into danger she never anticipated.

Title:Bury the Lede
Edition Language:English

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  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Ehhhhh, I was not the hugest fan of this one. The art style was great, but I found the plot to be extremely disjointed and hard to follow. Also there was a scene in which the main character (a journal...

  • Michael Finocchiaro

    This story was a bit convoluted, but interesting nonetheless. Sort of your normal detective story via a journalist intern. Expect lots of plot twists....

  • Acqua

    This was suspenseful, intoxicating, queer, and incredibly fucked up; I loved every moment of it.Bury the Lede is a contemporary graphic novel following Madison, a bisexual Asian-American intern at the...

  • Nen & Jen

    The story was as intensely gripping, mysterious and as gorgeously visual as I had hoped it would be. Bury the Lede had great rep for POC and LGBTQ+ characters and the inclusion of political machinatio...

  • Erika Sarutobi

    3.5 stars.The art is amazing but the story was a bit messy in the pacing that it was a bit hard to follow. Nevertheless, it was still interesting and I liked that it had a detective vibe despite the m...

  • Jay G

    Want to see more bookish things from me? Check out my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfer...I received a copy of this graphic novel from the publisher in exchange for my honest revi...

  • Dave

    Move over Clark Kent. Dunn's Bury the Lede is a dark brooding crime-filled graphic novel featuring a young cub reporter trying to get her first headline and a bloody family-killing psychopath who conf...

  • Hizatul Akmah

    actual rating: 4.2/5 this story was about an intern named Madison Jackson who was eager to do something to make everyone start to recognise her as a real reporter. enter the gorgeous yet murderous Da...

  • Sara

    The very cleverly titled "Bury the Lede" is a pretty fun, but super confusing new graphic novel from Gaby Dunn (a well known nonfiction author debuting her first graphic novel) and Claire Roe (who's l...

  • Maia

    This fast paced, fun, pulp tale introduces Madison Jackson, a young bisexual journalist trying to work her way up from intern to full reporter at The Boston Lede. She works night shifts listening to p...