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Author Chuck Palahniuk and cover artist David Mack spoke with CBR TV about the "Fight Club" sequel, learning to write comics and pushing the envelope.
CBR and Dark Horse Comics are giving you the chance to win an arm signed by "Fight Club 2" author Chuck Palahniuk. Just one day left to enter!
Dark Horse Comics and CBR have teamed up to give you a chance to win an exclusive piece of "Fight Club" memorabilia signed by the writer.
Comics superstar Brian Michael Bendis dons his CBR interviewer hat to talk with "Fight Club" novelist Chuck Palahniuk about his comic book debut.
The award-winning artist discusses the origins of his "Fight Club" gig, working on "The Multiversity" with Grant Morrison and revamping "Batgirl" for DC.
Novelist Chuck Palahniuk spoke with CBR about the comic book sequel to "Fight Club," why he selected the format and what's changed since the original.
David Mack discusses how he got involved in "Fight Club 2" and his longstanding friendship with series writer and acclaimed novelist Chuck Palahniuk.
"Fight Club" sequel artist Cameron Stewart breaks down the first teaser image and discusses his excitement at working on the long-awaited comic book project.
In 2015, Chuck Palahniuk will continue the story of "Fight Club" in a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries with art by Cameron Stewart.
Chuck Palahniuk’s highly anticipated comic book sequel to "Fight Club" has moved one step closer to reality, with a little help from Matt Fraction.
Four months after announcing a graphic-novel sequel to "Fight Club," author Chuck Palahniuk has revealed the first significant plot details.
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake picks 6 Comic-Con International in San Diego announcements he found surprising, including a "Fight Club" sequel, Firestar joining the "Amazing X-Men" and new "Little Nemo in Slumberland" stories.
Author Chuck Palahniuk is writing a sequel to his debut 1996 "Fight Club," planned as a series of graphic novels. The news, which trickled out of Comic-Con International, was confirmed Monday by the writer himself.