nearly three years on from the Netflix true crime sensation that was Making A Murderer, the launch of a bingeworthy season 2 returns the spotlight to the Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey murder case. Avery’s hotshot new pro bono lawyer, Kathleen Zellner, systematically tears into the prosecution’s murder case that saw both Avery and his nephew put away for life. Original trial prosecutor Ken Kratz refused to take part in the new series, so in this final issue of Real Crime, we’ve got an exclusive with the lawyer and former district attorney of Calumet County. On page 14, Ken Kratz talks about the inconsistencies Zellner finds in the evidence, what Netflix didn’t show you, and Kratz’s thoughts on the Avery case now. Unfortunately, you did read right: this is the last issue of Real Crime magazine. I’m going to say, no tongue- incheek, that it’s a crime that a fresh and dynamic title like this is being killed off, but that’s the cutthroat reality of publishing today. Thank you all for reading, and enjoy the issue.