Writer: Ed Brubaker
Artist: Sean Phillips
Publisher: IMAGE COMICS
She was a dame, with legs that wouldn’t quit. Also she was chased by weird men with tentacles and bowler hats. Welcome to the world of Fatale. A world where a classic noir style is thrown into a glass with cosmic horror, and given a twirl-around. Written by Ed Brubaker with art by Sean Phillips, Fatale is a nifty mix of hardboiled detectives and Lovecraftian demon-beasties. Fatale is a series worth sitting back and leafing through.
Much like Colder, Fatale is more about the psychological terror of the unknown, and madness. However, there are many visual representations of madness only described in the works of Lovecraft. Not so in Fatale, as it is a visual medium, that of the comic. Whole lot of tentacles going on.
Issue eleven starts the newest arc in the series. It's going to be flashbacks of our heroine, Josephine, as she first discovers she has the power to make men do whatever she wants, to alarming degrees.