Fatale, Vol. 1: Death Chases Me
Publish date: June 27th 2012
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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Series: Fatale (#1)
This is definitely hardboiled horror. I read this during the day, but I wouldn't read this before bed. It's very dark and some of the aspects and imagery are pretty disturbing. I couldn't tell if the author was going for a Lovecraft mythos kind of vibe or more of a Satanic/black magic kind of thing....
Genre: Suspense / Horror / Noir / Crime / Supernatural Year Published: 2012 Year Read: 11/23/2014 Series: Fatale #1 Publisher: Image Comics Introduction: Now, I will admit that I have not read much of Ed Brubaker’s works, other than one of his stories from his brief “X-Men” r...
Bullet Review:I wasn't sure if I would like this, as it isn't my typical fair. But Brubaker is a great writer; Phillips a superb artist. VERY creepy noir=horror comic; will definitely check out the rest in this line.
The humble bundle comics lineup just ends up with a ton of five star reviews. And me wanting to read a load more of their graphic novels, to be honest. I've put volume two on request at the library, as well. It's killing me that it'll take a week to send these, but I'll find some way to occupy m...
Nicolas Lash attends his godfather's funeral where he meets a mysterious woman (it is a noir novel, there has got to be one). He also finds himself an executor of his godfather's estate, so he gets to look at the papers left. Among papers he finds a manuscript of an unpublished novel - the late Hank...