I Stole It With The President
Deadline was a four-issue run in 2002 and I am really sad it’s not more well-known, because it’s an awesome story.
It introduces Kat Farrell, a junior journalist at the Bugle who pretty much hates supers (hero or villain) and has been on the “cape” desk for the past year, covering their stories. She now has one week to land a Big Story and impress her bosses into promoting her to the crime desk, where she really wants to be. Along the way she has to deal with creepy supers, creepier coworkers, and That Time My Hero Ben Urich Told Me I Had Good Hustle. It’s a shame she didn’t get her own book.
[From Deadline #2, 2002.]

Deadline was a four-issue run in 2002 and I am really sad it’s not more well-known, because it’s an awesome story.

It introduces Kat Farrell, a junior journalist at the Bugle who pretty much hates supers (hero or villain) and has been on the “cape” desk for the past year, covering their stories. She now has one week to land a Big Story and impress her bosses into promoting her to the crime desk, where she really wants to be. Along the way she has to deal with creepy supers, creepier coworkers, and That Time My Hero Ben Urich Told Me I Had Good Hustle. It’s a shame she didn’t get her own book.

[From Deadline #2, 2002.]

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    This speaks to me on so many levels.
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    This sounds fascinating. Gonna have to track it down!
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