Fight Club 2 #10

Fight Club 2 #10

Writer: Chuck Palahniuk Artist: Cameron Stewart Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: March 30, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
8.4Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

The most highly anticipated comics series of the year ends in the biggest way possible-the whole world burns away according to Tyler's plan, and a new one he never anticipated is conceived. The meek inherit the Earth, and a final showdown proves that, finally, Roland Barthes is right!

  • 9.7
    Multiversity Comics - James Johnston Apr 1, 2016

    So is “Fight Club 2” an egotrip for Palahniuk? Yeah, totally. But when taken into the greater conversation about Fight Club and what it means, both to those who read it years ago and to a generation like mine that has never known a world where it was a cultural landmark, “Fight Club 2” is a brilliantly clever cautionary tale about the stories we tell and how they will outlive us. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - Patrick Healy Mar 28, 2016

    Fight Club 2 #10 does not expunge what happened last issue. In fact, it further breaks from traditional storytelling, especially within the comic medium. However, it's direction is challenging precisely in the way a real story should be challenging. It is an organic and authentic progression that makes clear the disappointment and frustration that came in the last issue was just the death pangs of leaving behind the confines the story still lived in. It has become, like Tyler, something more. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Jim Johnson Mar 30, 2016

    In breaking down the barriers between creator and creation, Palahniuk explains many of the oddities seen throughout the series, like the photographic pills which often obscured Nate Piekos' word balloons. Overall, "Fight Club 2" #10 brings Palahniuk's thought-provoking story to a sufficient close, but what persists is the nagging observation that his story would have been all-but-perfect had he not broken through the fourth wall one last time. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comix I Read - Tyler Omichinski Apr 7, 2016

    I think its worth picking up this series and trying to sort through it. In some ways it reminds me of The Filth, and its still rattling around in my head. I suspect that it'll be up there for a little bit yet. That is a good sign in and of itself, especially when I'm thinking about the ideas and themes in it, instead of thinking about the things that frustrated me. Read Full Review

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