Blacklist #1 Reg Zhang
(W) Nicole Dawn Phillips (A) Beni Lobel. The brand-new original official comic series based on the critically acclaimed NBC crime drama The Blacklist* starring James Spader* written by series script coordinator Nicole Dawn Phillips! When the FBI is framed for the public killing of a political activitist at an open-air rally* Reddington recognises the hallmarks of a dangerous* media-manipulating Blacklister* known as Leon Kiklinski* aka The Lobbyist. So begins the latest case for the FBI's covert counter-intelligence unit codenamed The Post Office. But is this new Blacklist member working alone or is there a mysterious puppet master behind the scenes orchestrating a planned series of attacks against the FBI for his own nefarious purposes and if so* what is his connection to the Concierge of Crime* Raymond Red Reddington?
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