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Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 10

The last grain of sand in the hourglass has drained, and the final issue of Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 has arrived. There aren’t many explosions, save for the first few pages, but there is a thick...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 9

As penultimate installment emerges, Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 begins to bear a bit more cohesion than previously suggested. Even then, it can still be hard to follow some of the motivations at pl...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 8

Perhaps needless to say, Fight Club 2 is a bit convoluted. At times, it’s easy to question why this tale was segmented into separate issues. Sometimes the episodic structure just doesn’t really work. ...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 7

The first pages of Fight Club 2’s latest issue reiterates a fact that many may be reluctant to accept: This is a comic book and Palahniuk isn’t afraid to adopt the appropriate conventions when necessa...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 6

Every solid sequel needs a brief moment of transition. This isn’t at all different in Fight Club 2’s sixth issue, which refrains from much of the heavy, proverbial movement the series has established ...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 5

Sebastian should be no stranger to grief, yet somehow, denial always seems to catch the protagonist off guard. Issue Five of Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 draws heavy attention to a jarring lack of c...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 4

As quickly as he made it there, Sebastian is swept from the oven and into the inferno, as the regime finally accepts him back into the club. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Marla bounds from spin...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 3

As last issue’s climax may have suggested, the lull of Fight Club 2 is over. Fresh from a recent, Marla-spurred beating, we are awarded both a literal and proverbial new face of Sebastian. Likewise, w...

The Tomorrows

Comic Review: The Tomorrows #2

The second issue of Curtis Pires’ The Tomorrows changes things up from the first one in a number of ways. It’s weird that we’re only an issue in and it already feels like a departure, but it does. The...

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