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Fight Club 2 ist Chuck Palahniuks Comic-Meta-Fortsetzung seines erschienenen Romans Fight Club mit Kunst von Cameron Stewart und Covers von David Mack. Fight Club 2 – Tyler Durden lebt: Band 1. | Palahniuk, Chuck, Stewart, Cameron | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und. Fight Club 2 – Tyler Durden lebt: Band 2. | Palahniuk, Chuck, Stewart, Cameron | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und. „Fight Club 2“ spielt zehn Jahre nach dem Ende des Fight Clubs. Erzähler Sebastian führt immer noch eine dysfunktionale Beziehung mit Marla. Fight Club 2 (2 book series). Kindle Edition. From Book 1: Im Milleniumsjahr entwickelte sich "Fight Club" zu einem waschechten Massenphänomen.

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Fight Club 2 – Tyler Durden lebt: Band 1. | Palahniuk, Chuck, Stewart, Cameron | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und. „Fight Club 2“ spielt zehn Jahre nach dem Ende des Fight Clubs. Erzähler Sebastian führt immer noch eine dysfunktionale Beziehung mit Marla. „Fight Club“ war ätzende Kapitalismuskritik im Gewand des Starkinos, der Kult hält bis heute an. Was mag 15 Jahre später aus Tyler Durden.

Stewart's not a good enough artist to differentiate between the characters. I couldn't even tell which one was our main character.

Marla's running around with some kids that have progeria in Africa for some unknown reason. Chuck also makes an appearance in the book to make it more meta and incomprehensible.

Received an advance copy from Edelwiess in exchange for an honest review. Dec 23, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: reality-bending , graphic-novels , self-help , sci-fi.

What was I thinking when I felt trepidation upon seeing this title creep into my life? That it would be nothing more than a cheap cash-in on Palahniuk's crop?

That I'd be wasting my time? Oh, silly me. Sure, it picks up a decade later with our MC and Marla with a kid and a picket fence, but don't let that fool you.

Tyler never died. Ideas always pick up followers. It's never the other way around. Remember, the original Fight Club started under a veneer of normalcy, too, and it got really fucked-up.

Well, just so you know, this does too. You might say it's taking the franchise to whole new places. I was sooo thrilled to learn that Cloe never died.

What a trip. So if I were to rank this little gem with other great titles out there, I think I can easily place it proudly in the Saga field, with a bit more blood and queasy notions than that esteemed title.

Fight Club 2 is good. Very good. I may be biased. I loved the original, too. The only way to prevent a sequel from feeling cheap is to go much farther and break new ground.

And this definitely does. How about a free couch? View all 5 comments. Feb 18, Fabian rated it liked it. How does the nihilism of my favorite movie in high school translate to today?

And yeah, this is actually an exercise in gauging personal growth. Like, the craziness that Palahniuk made famous, the meanness mixed with comedy, the violence creating a whole subculture--does it have a place in our world, and, more importantly, a place in MY own life?

Well, at least it wasn't a novel. A sentence I've never ever uttered. But after reading several other novels, apart from "Fight Club," I know that Pala How does the nihilism of my favorite movie in high school translate to today?

But after reading several other novels, apart from "Fight Club," I know that Palahniuk is not my cup of tea.

He is outrageous. His novels are ideas made for the average high school to ooh and aah at. Like, mental illness!

Physical deformities. All these interesting topics of yore. Now, they've all lost their taboo quality Yeah, to continue the nonsense of Tyler and Co.

But with the visuals, well, it makes it less ridiculous. Why, in the name of everything beautiful, would you even want to write a sequel to the most transcendent, zeigeist-defining novel of the last twenty years?

Why would you reopen something perfect? Turned out he had a pretty great reason: Tyler Durden's been casting a shadow on his entire career as a storyteller and no matter how productive and creative he could get, FIGHT CLUB was just something he couldn't get over creatively as l Why, in the name of everything beautiful, would you even want to write a sequel to the most transcendent, zeigeist-defining novel of the last twenty years?

Turned out he had a pretty great reason: Tyler Durden's been casting a shadow on his entire career as a storyteller and no matter how productive and creative he could get, FIGHT CLUB was just something he couldn't get over creatively as long as he didn't reopen it.

Tarnish it. Make it a little more imperfect and real. So it's with great reverence and respect for his audience that Chuck Palahniuk moved Fight Club to another medium and created the human reflection of the idol that passed him by.

Palahniuk says something every important in this book: we don't cultivate ideas, it's ideas that cultivate us.

Tyler Durden is an idea. He is not real. What he wants is not real and impossible to achieve without great suffering, so how does one goes on with his life governed by ideas that will inevitably let him down?

I really liked the book, yet it neither made my year or crapped on everything I stand up for. But it's great. Kudos, Mr. You can now put Tyler to rest.

Jun 28, Kim Oja rated it it was ok. I have no idea what just happened, but I don't think I liked it. Aug 25, Sud rated it it was ok Shelves: comics , fiction-novel , crime.

No pun intended. Take, for example, "The Pirates of the Caribbean" or the "Matrix" movies. Had they just been a one-shot-then IMHO they are both excellent.

Their sequels are less so. Sadly "Fight Club" has now joined that sad list. The original "Fight Club" was a very unique and interesting movie.

Now many years removed from the Corps and waddling about in civilian society I came across this book at the used bookstore How apropos, right?

So Fight Club 2? Lacking in the originality of the original, it is merely a re-hash repackaged with new events and new characters being used to mislead the average reader with something truly fresh and new.

It isn't. Apparently the premise is that the protagonist of the original, he calls himself Sebastian, after the end of the first story banished Tyler Durden suppresed his id, if you will and married Marla Singer why?!!

So after this feat of brilliance and some pills and head-shrinkers-he has found normalcy. He even has a son.

So, as with reality, if you marry poorly your life is likely to end up poorly. Sorry, it's true. Sebastien finds this out as well. Marla is unhappy.

She loved the sex with Tyler Durden, not Sebastian's more beta-male, more "evolved" type of man.

So she starts changing out his meds with placebos. Guess who is back? Then it deloves into a mediocre story of the son being kidnapped by Tyler and an even more piss poor concept of Tyler not as a disassociative part of Sebastian's pysche rather cool to Tyler Durden becoming some Edgar-Allen-Poe-like "meme" that passes throughtout Sebastian's anscestral heritage as an entity that exists independant of the individual's psyche.

That is fucking dumb and intellectually lazy. You turned a brilliant self-aware alter-ego into a fucking horror movie trope? I am not buying it.

But here is what I am buying. He cares about money and would like some more of yours. So here, buy Fight Club 2.

Well done Chuck, Adam Smith would be proud. Now should you read this? Um sure.. Throw Chuck a few bucks.

But I suggest we wait a few months or years and as soon as the brilliantly creative minds in Hollywood "discover" this story-it'll be a movie.

Then you can watch Fight Club 2! Oh and Chuck will be happy because he will have made a few more bucks. Good Job. It's an "meh" story at best.

Read it if you want to or not. I care not. Only Chucks does. View all 35 comments. Jan 20, Brandon rated it did not like it Shelves: , fiction , comix.

Fight Club 2 picks up ten years after the events of the original novel. Marla and the narrator - now going by Sebastian - have started a family.

Nowadays, the aforementioned Sebastian is heavily medicated due to the events of the first book. As you can imagine, things go pear shaped pretty quickly.

This was bad. Really, really bad. It flat out sucked and I hated it. For starters, the original Fight Club is a pretty damn good novel.

Was it money? Were his fans asking him for this? I think the end of the book is where I completely lost my patience. I understand at a base level what Chuck was going for, but it felt self-indulgent and gross.

This was so far off from the original book that it felt almost like a parody - and maybe that was what Chuck was going for.

It just felt so deeply and wholly unnecessary. I hate that I even finished it. I loved being able to see everything drawn out as I was reading the story, it was such a unique and enjoyable experience, I felt like I was watching the movie This is definitely nowhere NEAR the masterpiece Fight Club was and still is but I still thought it was pretty damn great!

I loved being able to see everything drawn out as I was reading the story, it was such a unique and enjoyable experience, I felt like I was watching the movie on the big screen.

Jun 29, Rustler O. Jimmies rated it did not like it. I was even more excited to read the sequel to one of my favorite stories of all time.

I'd heard nothing about it until a few weeks ago, which confused me a little bit. For the life of me I couldn't figure out why no one was talking about this book.

Suffice it to say that when I got my copy I figured it out pretty quickly. Even as a fan of Fight Club, this was a painful story to read.

I'm going to try to go as in-depth as I can, but first I need to get my emotional outburst out of the way: This book is garbage.

Complete unadulterated crap. Avoid it at all costs if you enjoy a well written story that stands up to even light scrutiny.

Avoid it if you are looking for a narrative that is engaging and easy to follow. Avoid it if you enjoy a plot that does not feel completely contrived.

Avoid it if you were looking for a worthy sequel to Fight Club, and not an irreverent bastardization of its characters, plot, and ideas.

Alright, now I can get down to brass tacks. Word of warning - I am going to be venturing into what some might call spoiler-y territory in this review.

If that is turning you off from reading the rest of it this, I implore you to reconsider. This is one of the few cases where I believe having something spoiled for you is a better alternative to experiencing it.

And it's not deep or thought provoking in a way that would excuse this, either - it's just poorly put together.

Numerous times I would turn the page and have to check the page number to make sure it was correct, because I was always feeling like I was missing something.

It's just not cohesive. For example, when Marla is looking for her son, she asks Tracy the babysitter, who she just happened to run into, I might add where he might be.

Tracy responds to this urgent question by saying "You broke a nail". How is that even relevant? And it's left at that.

Marla - the woman frantically searching for her kidnapped child - did not follow up at all. And another time, closer to the beginning of the book, Sebastian the main character comes home to find Tracy wielding a knife and on the phone with - apparently afraid that he was some sort of burglar.

Sebastian responds to this situation by saying "I'm not a man" - a statement which is not only unhelpful, but also completely inaccurate.

My favorite part about that interaction, though, is that it implies Sebastian had never met the babysitter he was presumably paying to look after his son.

And I don't mean symbolically - the art literally gets in the way of the story. Every other page has some unnecessary overlay of pills, rose petals, or sperm that covers up parts of the dialogue or narration.

And like I mentioned already - those are bad enough as it is. They don't need any help at being awful. There's one page that's entirely covered in blood.

And it's not just a blank page covered in blood - you can clearly see at least three panels at the top with art in them.

That's a part of the story that just can't be read. I mean, I get that it was probably an artistic choice that means something on a deeper level, but it just comes off as unnecessary and frankly a bit pretentious.

At the very least it makes actually reading the book more difficult and in some cases impossible.

The most egregious of these offenses, in my opinion, manifests through Robert Paulson. The beloved character canonically dead frequently returns as some sort of stupid half-folktale-half-zombie.

I don't think I've ever cringed so hard at a comic book. The book makes various appeals to the fact that the first one was a cult classic, and recycles its memorable moments and inside jokes in a way that is not endearing - it's embarrassing.

It's like Palahniuk is acknowledging that the story can't stand on its own two feet, so he resorts to pandering to fill in the gaps.

I considered putting this point first, because I feel it's the most important, but I decided it would be better to build up to this, because it is by far the most awful of this book's many sins.

It's one thing to start an irreverent series that raises a big fat middle finger to classic storytelling conventions.

It is another thing entirely to adopt that attitude after the first novel which did not employ that writing style.

Palahniuk was already treading on thin ice when he decided to add in this bullcrap plot device, and his implementation of it is the metaphorical equivalent of doing backflips on said ice wearing jousting armor.

Every forty pages or so, he and a team of writers known as the "Write Club" - more of the embarrassing pandering are shown discussing the events of the book as they occur.

But that's not where it ends. The characters call him for plot advice multiple times, adding to the already-forced feeling of the narrative.

At one point, Marla even shows up in-person, demanding that she be told where her son is. One of the other members of "Write Club" remarks that the situation was "bordering on being too meta", to which I would reply that no, it's not bordering.

It passed bordering on being "too meta" when Palahniuk mentioned himself in the book the first time. When Marla arrived to talk with Palahniuk, it ceased to be a successor to one of my favorite stories.

It became a poorly written, ill-conceived, worthless excuse for a fanfiction. All told, this is probably the worst officially published thing I've ever read.

I wish I had done more research and not been swept up into the hype. I wish I hadn't let the rose colored glasses impair my judgment.

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Download as PDF Printable version. Cover of Fight Club 2 1. Cameron Stewart , David Mack. A recap of the original story as told in the novel, not the movie told via flashback while the narrator is in a mental institution following the events of the novel.

Sebastian the narrator from Fight Club developed an alter personality named Tyler Durden, who starts "Fight Club" and ultimately "Project Mayhem" to create chaos upon civilization.

Sebastian, with help from his girlfriend, is able to stop Tyler via a suicide attempt. However, Tyler's disciples work at the mental institution Sebastian is being held in and vow that Tyler will not die so easily.

Ten years after the event of the first novel, Sebastian and Marla are married with a son. Sebastian works a do-nothing office job, at a military contractor company called "Rize or Die".

Marla has grown tired of suburban life, resuming her habit of infiltrating support groups and ultimately resurrects Tyler Durden full time by replacing her husband's medication with placebos so she could have "an affair with Tyler".

Tyler has other plans and burns down the family's house and apparently kills their son as a result. The body in the burnt out wreckage of Sebastian and Marla's home turns out to be a stranger a new recruit for Project Mayhem that, in exchange for Tyler funding his college education, had to be in the top five percent of his class lest he forfeit his life to Tyler.

Furthermore, it is revealed that Sebastian's psychiatrist is on Tyler's payroll and had been freeing Tyler for one hour, three times a week, for ten years before Marla permanently liberated him.

But it won't last long, the wife has seen to that. He's back where he started, but this go-round he's got more at stake than his own life.

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All these interesting topics of yore. Now, they've all lost their taboo quality Yeah, to continue the nonsense of Tyler and Co. But with the visuals, well, it makes it less ridiculous.

Why, in the name of everything beautiful, would you even want to write a sequel to the most transcendent, zeigeist-defining novel of the last twenty years?

Why would you reopen something perfect? Turned out he had a pretty great reason: Tyler Durden's been casting a shadow on his entire career as a storyteller and no matter how productive and creative he could get, FIGHT CLUB was just something he couldn't get over creatively as l Why, in the name of everything beautiful, would you even want to write a sequel to the most transcendent, zeigeist-defining novel of the last twenty years?

Turned out he had a pretty great reason: Tyler Durden's been casting a shadow on his entire career as a storyteller and no matter how productive and creative he could get, FIGHT CLUB was just something he couldn't get over creatively as long as he didn't reopen it.

Tarnish it. Make it a little more imperfect and real. So it's with great reverence and respect for his audience that Chuck Palahniuk moved Fight Club to another medium and created the human reflection of the idol that passed him by.

Palahniuk says something every important in this book: we don't cultivate ideas, it's ideas that cultivate us.

Tyler Durden is an idea. He is not real. What he wants is not real and impossible to achieve without great suffering, so how does one goes on with his life governed by ideas that will inevitably let him down?

I really liked the book, yet it neither made my year or crapped on everything I stand up for. But it's great. Kudos, Mr. You can now put Tyler to rest.

Jun 28, Kim Oja rated it it was ok. I have no idea what just happened, but I don't think I liked it. Aug 25, Sud rated it it was ok Shelves: comics , fiction-novel , crime.

No pun intended. Take, for example, "The Pirates of the Caribbean" or the "Matrix" movies. Had they just been a one-shot-then IMHO they are both excellent.

Their sequels are less so. Sadly "Fight Club" has now joined that sad list. The original "Fight Club" was a very unique and interesting movie.

Now many years removed from the Corps and waddling about in civilian society I came across this book at the used bookstore How apropos, right?

So Fight Club 2? Lacking in the originality of the original, it is merely a re-hash repackaged with new events and new characters being used to mislead the average reader with something truly fresh and new.

It isn't. Apparently the premise is that the protagonist of the original, he calls himself Sebastian, after the end of the first story banished Tyler Durden suppresed his id, if you will and married Marla Singer why?!!

So after this feat of brilliance and some pills and head-shrinkers-he has found normalcy. He even has a son.

So, as with reality, if you marry poorly your life is likely to end up poorly. Sorry, it's true. Sebastien finds this out as well.

Marla is unhappy. She loved the sex with Tyler Durden, not Sebastian's more beta-male, more "evolved" type of man.

So she starts changing out his meds with placebos. Guess who is back? Then it deloves into a mediocre story of the son being kidnapped by Tyler and an even more piss poor concept of Tyler not as a disassociative part of Sebastian's pysche rather cool to Tyler Durden becoming some Edgar-Allen-Poe-like "meme" that passes throughtout Sebastian's anscestral heritage as an entity that exists independant of the individual's psyche.

That is fucking dumb and intellectually lazy. You turned a brilliant self-aware alter-ego into a fucking horror movie trope?

I am not buying it. But here is what I am buying. He cares about money and would like some more of yours.

So here, buy Fight Club 2. Well done Chuck, Adam Smith would be proud. Now should you read this? Um sure..

Throw Chuck a few bucks. But I suggest we wait a few months or years and as soon as the brilliantly creative minds in Hollywood "discover" this story-it'll be a movie.

Then you can watch Fight Club 2! Oh and Chuck will be happy because he will have made a few more bucks.

Good Job. It's an "meh" story at best. Read it if you want to or not. I care not. Only Chucks does. View all 35 comments.

Jan 20, Brandon rated it did not like it Shelves: , fiction , comix. Fight Club 2 picks up ten years after the events of the original novel.

Marla and the narrator - now going by Sebastian - have started a family. Nowadays, the aforementioned Sebastian is heavily medicated due to the events of the first book.

As you can imagine, things go pear shaped pretty quickly. This was bad. Really, really bad. It flat out sucked and I hated it. For starters, the original Fight Club is a pretty damn good novel.

Was it money? Were his fans asking him for this? I think the end of the book is where I completely lost my patience.

I understand at a base level what Chuck was going for, but it felt self-indulgent and gross. This was so far off from the original book that it felt almost like a parody - and maybe that was what Chuck was going for.

It just felt so deeply and wholly unnecessary. I hate that I even finished it. I loved being able to see everything drawn out as I was reading the story, it was such a unique and enjoyable experience, I felt like I was watching the movie This is definitely nowhere NEAR the masterpiece Fight Club was and still is but I still thought it was pretty damn great!

I loved being able to see everything drawn out as I was reading the story, it was such a unique and enjoyable experience, I felt like I was watching the movie on the big screen.

Jun 29, Rustler O. Jimmies rated it did not like it. I was even more excited to read the sequel to one of my favorite stories of all time.

I'd heard nothing about it until a few weeks ago, which confused me a little bit. For the life of me I couldn't figure out why no one was talking about this book.

Suffice it to say that when I got my copy I figured it out pretty quickly. Even as a fan of Fight Club, this was a painful story to read.

I'm going to try to go as in-depth as I can, but first I need to get my emotional outburst out of the way: This book is garbage.

Complete unadulterated crap. Avoid it at all costs if you enjoy a well written story that stands up to even light scrutiny.

Avoid it if you are looking for a narrative that is engaging and easy to follow. Avoid it if you enjoy a plot that does not feel completely contrived.

Avoid it if you were looking for a worthy sequel to Fight Club, and not an irreverent bastardization of its characters, plot, and ideas.

Alright, now I can get down to brass tacks. Word of warning - I am going to be venturing into what some might call spoiler-y territory in this review.

If that is turning you off from reading the rest of it this, I implore you to reconsider. This is one of the few cases where I believe having something spoiled for you is a better alternative to experiencing it.

And it's not deep or thought provoking in a way that would excuse this, either - it's just poorly put together.

Numerous times I would turn the page and have to check the page number to make sure it was correct, because I was always feeling like I was missing something.

It's just not cohesive. For example, when Marla is looking for her son, she asks Tracy the babysitter, who she just happened to run into, I might add where he might be.

Tracy responds to this urgent question by saying "You broke a nail". How is that even relevant? And it's left at that. Marla - the woman frantically searching for her kidnapped child - did not follow up at all.

And another time, closer to the beginning of the book, Sebastian the main character comes home to find Tracy wielding a knife and on the phone with - apparently afraid that he was some sort of burglar.

Sebastian responds to this situation by saying "I'm not a man" - a statement which is not only unhelpful, but also completely inaccurate.

My favorite part about that interaction, though, is that it implies Sebastian had never met the babysitter he was presumably paying to look after his son.

And I don't mean symbolically - the art literally gets in the way of the story. Every other page has some unnecessary overlay of pills, rose petals, or sperm that covers up parts of the dialogue or narration.

And like I mentioned already - those are bad enough as it is. They don't need any help at being awful.

There's one page that's entirely covered in blood. And it's not just a blank page covered in blood - you can clearly see at least three panels at the top with art in them.

That's a part of the story that just can't be read. I mean, I get that it was probably an artistic choice that means something on a deeper level, but it just comes off as unnecessary and frankly a bit pretentious.

At the very least it makes actually reading the book more difficult and in some cases impossible. The most egregious of these offenses, in my opinion, manifests through Robert Paulson.

The beloved character canonically dead frequently returns as some sort of stupid half-folktale-half-zombie. I don't think I've ever cringed so hard at a comic book.

The book makes various appeals to the fact that the first one was a cult classic, and recycles its memorable moments and inside jokes in a way that is not endearing - it's embarrassing.

It's like Palahniuk is acknowledging that the story can't stand on its own two feet, so he resorts to pandering to fill in the gaps. I considered putting this point first, because I feel it's the most important, but I decided it would be better to build up to this, because it is by far the most awful of this book's many sins.

It's one thing to start an irreverent series that raises a big fat middle finger to classic storytelling conventions.

It is another thing entirely to adopt that attitude after the first novel which did not employ that writing style. Palahniuk was already treading on thin ice when he decided to add in this bullcrap plot device, and his implementation of it is the metaphorical equivalent of doing backflips on said ice wearing jousting armor.

Every forty pages or so, he and a team of writers known as the "Write Club" - more of the embarrassing pandering are shown discussing the events of the book as they occur.

But that's not where it ends. The characters call him for plot advice multiple times, adding to the already-forced feeling of the narrative.

At one point, Marla even shows up in-person, demanding that she be told where her son is. One of the other members of "Write Club" remarks that the situation was "bordering on being too meta", to which I would reply that no, it's not bordering.

It passed bordering on being "too meta" when Palahniuk mentioned himself in the book the first time. When Marla arrived to talk with Palahniuk, it ceased to be a successor to one of my favorite stories.

It became a poorly written, ill-conceived, worthless excuse for a fanfiction. All told, this is probably the worst officially published thing I've ever read.

I wish I had done more research and not been swept up into the hype. I wish I hadn't let the rose colored glasses impair my judgment. I wish I had not purchased or even read this book.

Please do not make the same mistake I did, because it's honestly affected the way I look at the original Fight Club, and not in a good way.

Stay away from this cash grab. Mar 30, Cassie-la rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. Thought the book was weird? Jul 08, Ryan rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels , comics.

That very strange time in the narrator's life? It never ended. Clever self-aware narrative and killer artwork No who wants to hit me?

This would be 2 stars were it not for the tremendous efforts of Cameron Stewart and David Mack. The work that went into this art was worthy of that extra star.

It's not quite The Tragic Comedy of Mr. Punch level art but it is gorgeous and full of hidden gems. I appreciate how much work went into that aspect of this book.

That being said, I have no clue what happened in this book. I don't mean Clean Room levels of "what the fuck?

With this book, I basically have no answers. It's kind of confusing and I question the reason this book was created in the first place.

There's a panel where a character says "this isn't cute anymore" and it speaks volumes about this entire book.

There was a Screen Junkies Movie Fight's question "What scene, if added to the end of a film, would ruin it's ending?

This is an example of too much of a good thing. Fight Club had a perfect ending. Or at least the film did. I read the book so long ago that I don't really remember how it ended.

Fight Club is one of the few cases where the film was actually better than the book. Anyway, the plot if we can even call it that is life after the events of Fight Club has not been kind to Marla and the Narrator.

Marla misses the man she fell in love with, Tyler. The Narrator is back to the type of life he rebelled against in the first place.

Palahniuck took the writers' most tired plot device and handed them a baby. This poor tyke is being raised by 2 of the most self centered, insane assholes in fiction history.

The action I guess kicks off when Tyler returns. The purpose of the jumbled story telling is to portray the Narrator's jumbled mindset.

I think. The purpose of the elderly support group members flying out to war torn countries was to show a different kind of violent catharsis.

The fourth wall breaking was Chuck's way of saying that this story was made for him. It's all a little It's an ending we didn't need and I'm not sure why he wrote this?

Perhaps he was tired of pretentious douche bags trying to be Tyler Durden and missing the point of his book?

I really think Fight Club, the original work, would be a great graphic novel. Of course it would be redundant but it would be better than this.

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Download as PDF Printable version. Cover of Fight Club 2 1. Cameron Stewart , David Mack. A recap of the original story as told in the novel, not the movie told via flashback while the narrator is in a mental institution following the events of the novel.

Sebastian the narrator from Fight Club developed an alter personality named Tyler Durden, who starts "Fight Club" and ultimately "Project Mayhem" to create chaos upon civilization.

Sebastian, with help from his girlfriend, is able to stop Tyler via a suicide attempt. However, Tyler's disciples work at the mental institution Sebastian is being held in and vow that Tyler will not die so easily.

But it won't last long, the wife has seen to that. He's back where he started, but this go-round he's got more at stake than his own life.

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Laut einem Soziologen namens Campbell brauchen junge Männer auf dem Weg zum Erwachsenwerden einen Vater oder militärischen Vorgesetzten, denn sie suchen nach Orientierung. Des weiteren wird auch hier wieder gekonnt mit Meta-Ebenen gespielt, die sogar explizit benannt werden. Es handelt sich hier nur um den ersten Teil der Fortsetzung, der nur umso mehr Appetit auf den mit Sicherheit genialen Abschluss der Story macht!

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