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Fatale #1 goes to second printing


FATALE #1, the first issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ new Image series, has sold out at Diamond and has a second printing on the way. And of course it will have a variant cover.

Today best-selling writer Ed Brubaker and his frequent collaborator and artist, Sean Phillips, debuted Image Comics’ first new hit title for the year 2012, FATALE. This much-anticipated new series has already sold out at distribution level, despite a generous overprinting. A second printing is now underway and will arrive back on shelves next month, appearing alongside the second issue.

“The overwhelming positive response to FATALE from retailers and fans has been a bit shocking, but a great way to start the new year,” said Brubaker. “Keep it up, and we’ll keep putting out the best book we can.”

“2012 is the year of the creator, and we couldn’t imagine a more suitable way of kicking off our 20th anniversary than with this brilliant new series,” said Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson. “Ed and Sean are two of comics’ absolute best, and FATALE is their best work yet.”

FATALE tells the story of a reporter in 2012 who stumbles on a secret that leads him down the darkest path imaginable… to a seductive woman who’s been on the run since 1935, a mobster who may be an immortal demon monster, and the stories of all the doomed men who’ve been caught in their decades-long struggle. FATALE blends noir and horror to tell a riveting epic unlike anything readers have ever seen before.

FATALE #1 (“Beauty” Cover A: NOV110354, “Beast” Cover B: NOV110355), a 32-page full-color noir horror comic book for $3.50, is on sale now until supplies run out. A second printing of FATALE #1 (NOV118137) is available to order now, and will go on sale February 1, alongside FATALE #2 (DEC110551).

  1. Just finished reading the issue. Yeah. Get the second printing for those that didn’t get the first printing.

  2. I am not a comic reader, or was not until I walked into Chapel Hill comics in Chapel Hill NC. I bought the four chapters (?) and then found I had to go back for the fifth… and now I must wait for the rest… ugh. I picked up the book to rip off the style of the art work, Film Noir and brooding (sorry, artists and art wannabes like myself have to get an inspiration from somewhere… flatter and highest compliment and all that)Anywho… thanks for a great story and art that inspires.

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