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The Fade Out Vol. 2
The Fade Out Vol. 2 | Ed Brubaker
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Act Two of the acclaimed Hollywood Noir from the best-selling team of Brubaker and Phillips. Collects THE FADE OUT #5-8.
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The Fade Out Vol. 2 | Ed Brubaker
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Yesterday was also #ncbd...on a Thursday. Made it to the comic store a little late. Only thing on my pull list was Wonder Woman but I added the tagged book, my son is eager to see what happens next, Collapser #4 and some staff recommendations—Everything and Ignited. Looking forward to a good reading weekend.

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RainyDayReading
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I love this volume even more than the first! This is definitely a graphic novel that took me by surprise. Although the art style is not my favorite the story of Val is so compelling I can‘t help but want more! Set in the Golden Era of Hollywood, a movie star is murdered and the pieces just aren‘t adding up. Enter a writer, with demons of his own, that may know more about the murder than he thinks. Payoffs, greed, ambition, cover ups and murder👍🏻

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JenlovesJT47
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I actually liked volume 2 even better than the first one! I love the time period and the noir feel of this. Can't wait to read volume 3! #graphicnovel #noir #oldhollywood #comixology 4.5⭐️

Mdargusch This actually looks like a graphic novel I might like! 2y
JenlovesJT47 @Mdargusch I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes Old Hollywood. The third volume is even better! 2y
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JenlovesJT47
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Lol if only more men would take this advice! 😅#noir #oldhollywood #graphicnovel #love #quote

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jessicarenee
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I'm still new to graphic novels but I've really enjoyed this one. The art is fantastic and I love the 1940's Hollywood setting. I'm ready to jump right in to the next one.

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