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    Jul 2007

    Default REVIEW: Fatale, #18

    "Fatale" #18 continues its exploration of Seattle's music scene in the mid-'90s, and even as Jo/Jane continues to wreak havoc on the band, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips still have some surprises up their sleeves.

    Full review here.

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    The Older Waiter Brave Sir Robbin's Avatar
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    While I enjoyed the book and the story in general, I am really ready for Jo to get up to the present day. As I watch her unwittingly bringing blood, jealousy and despair to a grunge band, I kind of am getting to the point of "someone just kill her." While I know that won't happen, at least until we bet current to where the story starts, Jo, because of her amnesia and swath of destruction, is a pretty unlikable character. I can see why she has shut herself up from the world currently. I am really itching to get the story of the curse.
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    Senior Member havok1977's Avatar
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    Aug 2011


    Yep, revelations about the nature of the curse are very much needed.

    Despite the slow burn, Fatale remains one of the best books on the stands.
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