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What unspeakable horror eats away at the heart of Crestfall Bluffs? With law school and her whole life ahead of her, Joey plans to summer with her boyfriend Astor in his seemingly perfect hometown of Crestfall Bluffs. It's a chance to finally meet Astor's family and childhood friends, all while enjoying a vacation with every need attended to by servants. But beneath the afflu What unspeakable horror eats away at the heart of Crestfall Bluffs? With law school and her whole life ahead of her, Joey plans to summer with her boyfriend Astor in his seemingly perfect hometown of Crestfall Bluffs. It's a chance to finally meet Astor's family and childhood friends, all while enjoying a vacation with every need attended to by servants. But beneath the affluent perfection lies a dark, deadly rot... will Joey discover the truth before it's too late, and if she does, can she survive to tell the tale?


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What unspeakable horror eats away at the heart of Crestfall Bluffs? With law school and her whole life ahead of her, Joey plans to summer with her boyfriend Astor in his seemingly perfect hometown of Crestfall Bluffs. It's a chance to finally meet Astor's family and childhood friends, all while enjoying a vacation with every need attended to by servants. But beneath the afflu What unspeakable horror eats away at the heart of Crestfall Bluffs? With law school and her whole life ahead of her, Joey plans to summer with her boyfriend Astor in his seemingly perfect hometown of Crestfall Bluffs. It's a chance to finally meet Astor's family and childhood friends, all while enjoying a vacation with every need attended to by servants. But beneath the affluent perfection lies a dark, deadly rot... will Joey discover the truth before it's too late, and if she does, can she survive to tell the tale?

30 review for Eat the Rich

  1. 4 out of 5

    crispyorangejuicy

    wtf was that? literally repulsive it was soo good

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    I had no idea what this series is about but picked it up because I like Boom! Studios, and the title and cover were interesting. My cover looks very different from this one and much more unclear about genre. However, once I started reading, I got invested in the characters and the storyline. By the end, I was fully into it, curious, and shocked. What?! THAT’S where this was going?! I had to reread the whole issue, and everything came together even more. I can’t wait to read #2!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marlee

    The artwork is AMAZING! I love the story so far and I can't wait to read the rest of the series, although I might wait for the rest of them to be published so I can properly binge. The artwork is AMAZING! I love the story so far and I can't wait to read the rest of the series, although I might wait for the rest of them to be published so I can properly binge.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Crunden

    I had no idea Sarah Gailey wrote comics, but as soon as I saw this, I was curious! I'm so glad I gave it a go. Very intriguing start and I'm super interested to see where the series goes! I had no idea Sarah Gailey wrote comics, but as soon as I saw this, I was curious! I'm so glad I gave it a go. Very intriguing start and I'm super interested to see where the series goes!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maggie Tokuda-Hall

    never trust anyone who's home looks like a hotel never trust anyone who's home looks like a hotel

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Q. Rada

    In this first installment we really just get a taste (👀👀👀) of what's to come, but it definitely made me excited to continue in this comic series from one of my favorite authors!!! I like the art style well enough, and the premise is right up my alley. In this first installment we really just get a taste (👀👀👀) of what's to come, but it definitely made me excited to continue in this comic series from one of my favorite authors!!! I like the art style well enough, and the premise is right up my alley.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Erin Franklin

    While super promising, I don't know that there's enough of a self-contained story arc within this first volume to really make much of a judgement. Looking forward to the next installment! While super promising, I don't know that there's enough of a self-contained story arc within this first volume to really make much of a judgement. Looking forward to the next installment!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mery ✨

    3.8/5 Ok, I'm intrigued! Expected cannibalism. Was not disappointed. Who knew? 3.8/5 Ok, I'm intrigued! Expected cannibalism. Was not disappointed. Who knew?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Just the kind of darkness I like in my horror comics!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    2.75

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mike McGilvray

    A twisted look into the 1%ers I have a good feeling about this book. The main character, Joey, basically represents us (the reader), as she enters a world the world of the rich elite. The first issue definitely gave me "Get Out" vibes. We'll see where it goes from here, but regardless I would recommend it. A twisted look into the 1%ers I have a good feeling about this book. The main character, Joey, basically represents us (the reader), as she enters a world the world of the rich elite. The first issue definitely gave me "Get Out" vibes. We'll see where it goes from here, but regardless I would recommend it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Emilio Amaro

    We’ve got Society at home.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Myles Likes Tacos and Rice

    Really fun issue and you can look at all the variant covers and pretty much piece together what this is about. However with Boom being owned by Disney and them having a netflix deal, this first issue is pretty much a pitch for a TV show. You can see that in the way that this issue is structured Not that there's anything wrong with it. (seinfeld / george voice) Down for the trade, but not sure if this title is worth a monthly follow, unless they have more sweet variants (love the Frisson one!) ran Really fun issue and you can look at all the variant covers and pretty much piece together what this is about. However with Boom being owned by Disney and them having a netflix deal, this first issue is pretty much a pitch for a TV show. You can see that in the way that this issue is structured Not that there's anything wrong with it. (seinfeld / george voice) Down for the trade, but not sure if this title is worth a monthly follow, unless they have more sweet variants (love the Frisson one!) random: I don't like the way the lead's eyebrows are inked, but thats just a personal preference

  14. 5 out of 5

    Daria

    This was an ok story, nothing to special. Just a girl coming home to her boyfriend’s beach house and to find out that he is rich. I even though I enjoyed the art style, the story didn’t really pull me in enough to want to continue. The the little mini murder subplot that came in at the end just felt very cheap to me and it didn’t really seem necessary when they could have focused more on the nanny. She was the interesting character out of all of them; everyone else was very one dimensional to me This was an ok story, nothing to special. Just a girl coming home to her boyfriend’s beach house and to find out that he is rich. I even though I enjoyed the art style, the story didn’t really pull me in enough to want to continue. The the little mini murder subplot that came in at the end just felt very cheap to me and it didn’t really seem necessary when they could have focused more on the nanny. She was the interesting character out of all of them; everyone else was very one dimensional to me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Because of other radio ga or just some historical knowledge, I knew the phrase “eat the rich” was from the French Revolution. I didn’t know it’s become a more common phrase against capitalism now. But I picked up this first issue figuring I would give it a try and the whole issue is shrouded in mystery… things are occurring in the background that no one addresses and definitely ends on a cliff hanger. I liked it but at the same time am not sure it was a strong enough hook to keep me going.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Pyles

    Hoping this will go somewhere new. So far it feels like it is leaning into well-established tropes and cultural impulses. It could develop into something fresh and I'm willing to keep reading for that to happen. I've always enjoyed Gailey's writing. Hoping this will go somewhere new. So far it feels like it is leaning into well-established tropes and cultural impulses. It could develop into something fresh and I'm willing to keep reading for that to happen. I've always enjoyed Gailey's writing.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It's like Get Out but with cannibal WASPs It's like Get Out but with cannibal WASPs

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carol Tilley

    3.5

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elaine Herrick

    I. Am. Here. For. This.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Christa Van

    Is it true love? I wonder about this...the retired would probably old and stringy. But what do I know?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Really great artwork, but the story—while suspenseful—is a tediously crude, glibly gory pastiche of Get Out and Downton Abbey.

  22. 5 out of 5

    rotting charm

    2.5 seems bland but like it could get somewhere

  23. 4 out of 5

    Biohazard Bear

    It’s fine as a first issue but not enough to get me to read more of it. Good art tho.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Cover art, stellar. Curious enough to keep going.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Leighane

    (3.5 stars) Hmm I don’t have any decisive thoughts other than this has a very strange vibe

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Several years ago I took my son to a comic book store. I wanted him to read. He did. He got into comics for a good bit. I have tried. I am not much into superheroes. I've read some Image stuff and some other things, but I pretty much have given up on the genre. Even so, the children enjoy visiting the comic book store every now and then. Each time I look, but never find anything that looks interesting. Until the last visit. I saw this one. I looked it up. It's a limited run. I was told it is mont Several years ago I took my son to a comic book store. I wanted him to read. He did. He got into comics for a good bit. I have tried. I am not much into superheroes. I've read some Image stuff and some other things, but I pretty much have given up on the genre. Even so, the children enjoy visiting the comic book store every now and then. Each time I look, but never find anything that looks interesting. Until the last visit. I saw this one. I looked it up. It's a limited run. I was told it is monthly. This is my kind of comic, in those regards. I loathe when months are missed or even worse, several months. It's difficult enough for me to remember month-to-month what is going on let alone several months later. Added the release dates to my calendar and forgot about it. Well, #2 releases today, so it's time to read #1. I think I will like this story. Joey travels to meet her boyfriend's Astor's family for the summer. Astor comes from an uber-rich family. They arrive and Joey senses things are off. Tonight there is a retirement party for the gardener. Astor's best friend does the roast. He seems bothered by it. Astor himself is a recovering alcoholic. It seems like alcohol numbs what goes on in the family. Not quite certain, but it appears retirement parties are killings. And is the family going to eat the gardener? Yuck! This should be interesting. Looking forward to #2.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mohammed Zain

  28. 4 out of 5

    Faisal Che Mahadi

  29. 5 out of 5

    David

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chris Pederson

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