Chuck Palahniuk’s Graphic Novel Debut ‘Fight Club 2’ Lands at Number 1 On the New York Times Best-Seller List

We’re Breaking the First Rule of Fight Club … For a Good Reason

Dark Horse is proud to announce Fight Club 2 is the number-one hardcover graphic novel on the New York Times (http://nyti.ms/25hlZmS) best-seller list. Written by novelist Chuck Palahniuk, illustrated by Eisner Award-winning artist Cameron Stewart, lettered by Nate Piekos of Blambot, colored by award winner Dave Stewart, and featuring a cover by David Mack, Fight Club 2 is Palahniuk’s first foray into comic book writing and his first New York Times best-seller.

Palahniuk expressed gratitude for his faithful fans. “Hitting NUMBER ONE has never been my goal, but it’s a beautiful, unexpected gift from so many of the readers I’m meeting on tour. Thank you. Tyler lives!”

Set ten years after the events of Fight Club, Fight Club 2 finds Sebastian living a mundane life and still in a dysfunctional relationship with Marla. The sequel explores Sebastian’s struggles to restrain Tyler Durden in his subconscious. Unfortunately, Sebastian’s life is turned upside down when Tyler re-emerges to create chaos.

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Chuck Palahniuk is currently on a book tour promoting Fight Club 2. For more information on signings, please visit: http://www.darkhorse.com/Blog/2305/dark-horse-announces-fight-club-2-book-tour-2016-f

Fight Club 2 is available in bookstores everywhere.

Chuck Palahniuk will publish his first coloring book for adults on October 26, 2016. Bait: Off-Color Stories for You to Color is Chuck’s second short story collection, with eight bizarre tales for fans to enjoy.

Fight Club 2 received rave reviews:

“If you’re looking for a punch to the cerebral cortex, definitely pick this up. I want you to read this as hard as you can.” — Boing Boing

“Rule #1 of Fight Club is that you don’t talk about Fight Club. But after reading Fight Club 2, it’s clear that we should be talking about Fight Club. ‘Tyler Lives,’ and I couldn’t be happier [about] the prospect of more bedlam.” — Newsarama

“In the post-9/11 present, a hyperactive, Internet-obsessed, war- and recession-weary America apparently needs Tyler again.” — The Atlantic

“Palahniuk is delivering a worthy sequel to his most beloved story.” — Nerdist

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