Source: The Year 2013
Hey everyone! Did you know that unpronounceable author Chuck Palahniuk is making a Fight Club sequel?! Probably, since it was reported during 2013's San Diego Comic Con right here on The Outhouse! But that was a long time ago and stuff, so when USA Today published the news this morning, sites like CBR and Bleeding Cool were all over reporting it again. I mean, hey, in the 24 hour comics news cycle, nobody remembers what was reported last week, much less last year. Here's the (new?) info from USA Today:
The story of an unnamed insomniac narrator, his violent id come to life in the form of Tyler Durden, and an underground society built on bare-knuckle brawls and anarchic ideas continues in Fight Club 2, a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries illustrated by Cameron Stewart, debuting April 8, 2015.
The book will reportedly take place in both the past and the future, and will bring back most of the characters from the original, as well as the Project Mayhem organization. So for fans who were dying for Palahniuk to make a Fight Club sequel, and weren't satisfied with the fact that the plot and themes of every novel he's written since have basically reused the same plot and themes, now you have an official rehashing of Fight Club in comic book form. Enjoy!
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