10 thoughts on “Fatale, Vol. 5 (Fatale, #5)

  1. says:

    Buckle up, ladies and gentlemenwho are mature enough to read this story because this is the last call In Curse the Demon, the story has finally caught up with time and reached the present The cliffhanger from preceding volume is quickly resolved and the story starts its final journey to hell Nash and Josephine are finally together, and as always, Nash is completely under the charms of our femme fatale He will do anything and everything to please her, just like hundreds of men before him ABuckle up, ladies and gentlemenwho are mature enough to read this story because this is the last call In Curse the Demon, the story has finally caught up with time and reached the present The cliffhanger from preceding volume is quickly resolved and the story starts its final journey to hell Nash and Josephine are finally together, and as always, Nash is completely under the charms of our femme fatale He will do anything and everything to please her, just like hundreds of men before him As for Josephine, she intends to end this century old cat and mouse game, at any cost.The story features some great moments and excellent art as always There is even an issue featuring Bishop s story arc Yet, the final volume failed to satisfy as it forgot to solve most of the odd mysteri...


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    So that was it, the final volume of Fatale, a series that for better or worse lasted much longer than originally intended It was certainly not the most conceptually sound and organic series in the world, but Brubaker and Phillips nevertheless manage to bring things to a well, let s call it aor less satisfying conclusion If you were hoping for some kind of brilliant masterplan to be unveiled, you will likely be disappointed For me, though, the charms of Fatale lie in the details, mo So that was it, the final volume of Fatale, a series that for better or worse lasted much longer than originally intended It was certainly not the most conceptually sound and organic ...


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    Curse the Demon is the quite anti climatic ending to the horror noir series Fatale It has been a solid five volume journey, there has not been any great triumphs within, even though the fourth volume was very good, perhaps due to setting rather than the story itself What has always been wonderful, and often worth all the stars, is the art It made the weaker volumesbearable, and often made up for the lack of captivating story and characters that all most certainly followed the paths of m Curse the Demon is the quite anti climatic ending to the horror noir series Fatale It has been a solid five volume journey, there has not been any great triumphs within, even though the fourth volume was very good, perhaps due to setting rather than the story itself What has...


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    As many of you know, I m a huge Wisconsin Badgers fan, no matter the sport I m an alumnus, one of my kids attends UW, and I live in Madison, where we ve raised our kids in the shadow of Camp Randall, the Kohl Center, and the rest of campus Okay, a five minute drive away, but you get what I mean The University is really an integral part of our life.Madison is routinely rated among the best college sports towns in America But it wasn t always that way Before I arrived in 96, the nation was As many of you know, I m a huge Wisconsin Badgers fan, no matter the sport I m an alumnus, one of my kids attends UW, and I live in Madison, where we ve raised our kids in the shadow of Camp Randall, the Kohl Center, and the rest of campus Okay, a five minute drive away, but you get what I mean The University is really an integral part of our life.Madison is routinely rated among the best college sports towns in America But it wasn t always that way Before I arrived in 96, the nation was stunned by the sudden emergence of the Badger football program from the shadows many a veteran mentions the Morton era with a wince And while the basketball team was always good, it s only since I arrived that it s been truly great Of course, I can attribute that to my...


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    Bullet Review Huh And what was all THAT about I think this was too deep for me Or something I liked the individual stories leading up to Volume 5, but for a conclusion to this series, I m left wondering what to take away from it andquestions than when I started.What is Josephine A demon A succubus Where did she come from How can she die and yet not stay dead Where do the baddies come from What is their goal The art was nice And it s got a great horror noir vibe I think it s jus Bullet Review Huh And what was all THAT about I think this was too deep for me Or something I liked the individual stories leading up to Volume 5, but for a conclusion to this series, I m left wondering what to take away from it andquestions than when I started.What is Josephine A demon A ...


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    I dunnomaybe it s been too long since I read the last volume, and maybe it just took waaaay too much time to finish the series, but I was left with a kinda meh feeling I didn t have after I finished the Criminal series.Don t get me wrong, Ed and Sean are still the dynamic duo of indie, and I will read nearly anything they do, but this just felt a little flat to me.Jo just seemed tired and ready for it to end, and I think that echoes my mindset, and maybe that of the creative team too I hope I dunnomaybe it s been too long since I read the last volume, and maybe it just took waaaay too much time to finish the series, but I was left with a kinda meh feeling I didn t have after I finished the Criminal series.Don t get me wrong, Ed and Sean are still the dynamic duo of indie, and I will read nearly anything they do, but this just felt a little flat to me.Jo just seemed tired and ready for it to end, and I thin...


  7. says:

    This is the final volume in the immortal femme fatale saga noir horror graphic novel Fine artwork but the storyline got a bit confusing and felt disjointed.


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    A very good ending to a very good series In many ways, it was an unexpected way to close things out, but it s also fitting There are a lot of unanswered questions and threads left dangling, but I got the sense that it wa...


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    It has always seemed to me that the build up part of a story is easier than a satisfying ending.That said, Brubaker and Phillips have done an excellent job of taking things to the next level in the concluding chapter of this dark and wonderful series.


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    A lot of folks say that they don t like the ending of this series but I have to disagree This final volume is fantastic and the best volume of the series.What s it about It s the final volume of Fatale, how specific do you want me to be I don t have time to sit here explaining 4 volumes of something as crazy as this series.Why this gets 5 stars The story has been great throughout the entire book and this final volume keeps that going The art is fantastic Phillips always does a good job and th A lot of folks say that they don t like the ending of this series but I have to disagree This final volume is fantastic and the best volume of the series.What s it about It s the final volume of Fatale, how specific do you want me to be I don t have time to sit here explaining 4 volumes of something as crazy as this series.Why this gets 5 sta...


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