Fatale #10

Fatale #10

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Sean Phillips, Dave Stewart Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 28, 2012 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 7
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FATALE's second arc comes to its brutal conclusion! Secrets are revealed and new mysteries are born, as our Femme Fatale star goes from victim to hero!

And remember each issue of FATALE contains extra content, articles and artwork that are not available anywhere but the printed single issues.

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Sara 'Babs' Lima Nov 28, 2012

    Although Brubaker may have answered a lot of questions about the characters, their motives and the extent of their powers in FATALE #10; he still manages to leave us with even more questions about just exactly it is that is going on in this story. That is what I love about this series. Just when the reader gets one step ahead, Brubaker pushes us ten steps backward. It adds to the mysterious tone of the story as well as a lot of suspense. This issue is fantastic and is a breath of fresh air for this series. It will definitely leave you excited about the story and have you at the edge of your seat waiting for more. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    IGN - Benjamin Bailey Nov 28, 2012

    Sean Phillips does his usual tricks here, and the results are awesomeness in its purest form. He brings the madness forth in every page while keeping a natural talent for storytelling front and center. Artists are as much of storytellers in the comic book medium as writers, and Sean Phillips is one of the best. The pages are smooth and graceful, even when the panels are filled with blood and chaos and death. You should be buying Fatale. It's that simple. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Nov 27, 2012

    Fatale #10 is something truly special as it succeeds in becoming a piece of fiction that is extremely sturdy and a visceral masterpiece. Highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - Walt Richardson Nov 30, 2012

    With the year reaching its end, you are going to see “Fatale” on a lot of “Best of 2012″ lists, and #10 is a great example why. This isn't just a cool blend of horror and noir — it's solid comic book-ing by a duo who are so in sync you could be forgiven for thinking this was the work of a writer/artist. If you aren't reading “Fatale,” unless you have maybe an aversion to violence, I don't know what to tell you. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Dec 3, 2012

    I'm not going to spoil the ending but let's just say that it makes you realize how important that manuscript has been, and it was right under our noses all along. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Dec 2, 2012

    They comic ends the first ten issues of the series with a bang and leaves plenty of room for more stories and a new direction as Josephine's admission to Miles about her effect on men seems to free her in a way that may not only be dangerous for Hanzel and his friends but whoever may cross her path next. Must-read. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Read Comic Books - Doug Garbark Nov 29, 2012

    By no means is this Brubaker and Phillips at their best, but that doesn't mean that this issue isnt worth reading. The buildup was excellent, but more could have been done to make for a more exciting conclusion to the Miles story arc. That being said issue #11 will make or break this series, as we will be able to tell if Fatale is going to be taken to the next level or if we are going to be stuck on repeat like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Moving forward, let's hope that the series is cemented in the present and uses flashbacks as a tool to give insight and develop Jo, but with so many questions still unanswered there is no point in rehashing all of her past lovers. If the cycle repeats it may be clear that this creative time has worked themselves into a corner and do not have the answers to the big questions theyve raised. Read Full Review

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