Review: Fight Club 2 #5

Since he was discharged from the mental hospital, Sebastian has been a do- nothing cog in the world’s largest military-industrial corporation: Rize or Die. Marla searches for clues among the various clubs that have spun off of Tyler’s original fight clubs, and she discovers that Project Mayhem is not a boys-only enterprise—not anymore.

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Wow! Things are rapidly going downhill here, with Project Mayhem ramping up the attacks, as well as Tyler taking over Sebastian’s life! It’s an excellent read with mayhem and sadness, as well as a large amount of dark humour too! Marla’s investigation continues to be just as crazy with man-boobs, old people looking like children and war zones! The second half of the issue is drug-addled and the art reflects this brilliantly!

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