Fatale: The Deluxe Edition, Volume 2

Fatale: The Deluxe Edition, Volume 2

by Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips


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Josephine is cursed, and in a series that darkly blends American crime noir with unnamed Lovecraftian horrors, we follow her from 1950s San Francisco, where crooked cops hide deeper evils, to mid-'70s L.A., where burnt-out actors and ex-cult groupies are caught in a web around a satanic snuff film...and in the middle of it all is Josephine, with a power to die or kill for!

The second volume of Fatale's Deluxe Edition finishes the epic noir-horror series, from comic masters Ed Brubaker and Sean
Phillips, with colorists Dave Stewart and Elizabeth Breitweiser. Collects FATALE
#11 - 24

This beautiful, oversized edition contains all the extras that Brubaker and Phillips fans have come to expect from their deluxe hardbacks,
including behind-the-scenes art and stories, sketches and layouts, back-page illustrations, and several of Jess Nevins' historical essays, as well.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632155030
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 11/24/2015
Series: Fatale Series
Pages: 440
Sales rank: 970,096
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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Fatale: The Deluxe Edition, Volume 2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
More film noir with supernatural events from Brubaker Volume 2 continues with more short stories set in the 1940s onwards which blend elements of film noir with the supernatural. All of them centre around our irresistible femme fatale, Josephine, who no man can refuse and is sought by the police and the Bishop, another immortal. Lovecraftian creatures also abound. Each story tells us how Josephine’s influence ruins the men around her as they seek her out, even after she is the cause of the ruin of their lives. Yet again, the writing and artwork are clear and well-conceived. Lots of gore and violence and sex but ultimately, along with the storyline, it all gets quite repetitive.