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Fatale Volume 3: West of Hell (Fatale (Image Comics)) Paperback – 11 Jul 2013

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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Image Comics; 01 edition (11 July 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607067439
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607067436
  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 1.3 x 25.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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continuing in the same theme , but this is more a series of vignettes rather than one coherent whole - provides a lot of background without moving the story forwards any ( like the middle act in a film) . However , each is worth reading on its own and overall thoroughly enjoyable .
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By Squirr-El HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 27 May 2014
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The stories from issues #11-14 of Image Comics' series Fatale is collected as Fatale Volume 3 TP: West of Hell (Fatale (Image Comics)). These four issues contain four separate stories set in different times, filling in some of Josephine's background, and eventually lining up with the beginning of the first volume. You really need to read the previous volumes to get the feel of the overall story, and to understand just who is who and what is significant to those volumes.

THE SPOILER ZONE
The overall Fatale storyline involve the quest by various people to find/understand just who Josephine (the `Fatale' of the title) is, and why the cultists are desperate to track her down. Well, the why is simple - they want to sacrifice her for some nefarious purpose, but the purpose and deeper background are still being explored.

Issue #11 - "The Case of Alfred Ravenscroft', who we shall call `HP' for convenience (cough, cough) is set in 1936, and Josephine goes looking for the pulp horror writer whose stories appear to be describing the nightmares that she is experiencing. Apparently, she has no idea what is going on or what the powers that she is manifesting are. Ravenscroft, when a boy, was dragged along by his mother on an expedition to Mexico, where she was involved in a cult's ritual, from which Ravenscroft fled, but was haunted by dreams which he turned into the stories which brought Josephine to his door...

Issue #12 is set in France in 1286 AD, where Josephine has just woken up with no memory of who she is or where she came from. More cultists are hanging around, and the first book makes its appearance, along with a story about an owl and a ribbon.
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This collection of four spooky segments resonate those one-shot ghostly tales told years ago in comics like ‘The House of Mystery’ and ‘The House of Secrets’ (the latter introduced Swamp Thing in issue no.92). Huge names were involved in these chilling tales including Len Wein, Jim Aparo and Neal Adams. In this third volume of ‘Fatale’, there is a sense of homage to these comic books of old. And it really works wonderfully well. Sometimes, it can make a writer focus when he or she has only a limited space to tell the story. Here, Brubaker and Phillips work amazingly well to tell a story and still get in plenty of horror to shock the reader. If I had my arm twisted I would say my favourite is the first tale from 1936, titled, ‘The Case of Alfred Ravenscroft’. It is filled with missed opportunities and despair, but all four stories are worthy of your time. For me, these four tales encapsulate the comic horror genre and are perfect reading.
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Brubaker is a genius storyteller and this is a cracking entry in the series.
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Great art. Great story. Loves it.
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