Yep, you're reading this right. During the 2013 Comic-Con in San Diego Chuck dropped a BOMB when he announced that he was hard at work on a sequel to Fight Club... in graphic novel form!
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Is there an author more prolific than Chuck? I think not. With his new book Doomed out, Chuck recently announced three new titles. Beautiful You, a 'comic erotic/thriller' set for 2014, a graphic... more
News: Chuck discusses Beautiful You at length in his new interview with Hustler Magazine. Here's a few snippets:
"Beautiful You began with my vague memory of finding some pornographic paperback... more
Having somewhat reluctantly escaped from Hell, Madison now wanders the Purgatory that is Earth as a ghostly spirit, seeking her do-gooding celebrity parents, fighting the malign control of Satan,... more
No author can shock readers quite like bestselling author Chuck Palahniuk ("Fight Club," "Choke," "Damned"), whose meditations on the darkest depths of the American ego have been known to induce... more
Originally released in paperback in 1999, the first hardcover edition of Invisible Monsters was published on June 11, 2012. This edition is a restructured version of the novel, entitled Invisible... more
“Are you there, Satan? It’s me, Madison,” declares the whip-tongued thirteen-year-old narrator of Damned, Chuck Palahniuk’s subversive new work of fiction. The daughter of a narcissistic film star... more
The hyperactive love child of Page Six and Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? caught in a tawdry love triangle with The Fan. Even Kitty Kelly will blush.
Soaked, nay, marinated in the world of vintage... more
In a time of heightened security, more threats of terror, and more terror attacks, what does Chuck Palahniuk do? He comes out with a satire about a group of terrorist teenagers coming to the United... more
From the vantage point of three men waiting in line to be three of the 600 men Cassie Wright plans on having sex with on camera to break a world record, Snuff is not for the shy and reserved.
Be careful. You may be infected with rabies.
Buster “Rant” Casey uncovers a huge wealth that turns his tiny rural town on its head. He needs to get out of there. So he becomes obsessed with getting... more
It’s true. Chuck Palahniuk has a knack for finding the bizarre, whether it is in his head or in everyday life.
In Stranger Than Fiction, he goes from the Testicle Festival in Montana—where everyone... more
Misty Marie Wilmot was an artist. Misty Marie Wilmot was full of talent. Misty Marie Wilmot was in love. Was is the important word here.
A maid in a hotel on the beautiful tourist island Waytansea,... more
There is no other travel guide that you need when going to the Pacific Northwest. In Fugitives and Refugees, Palahniuk takes you on a journey through the Pacific Northwest and shows you things that... more
Journalist Carl Streator just lost his wife and only child. They both dropped dead after he read them what he thought was a simply beautiful lullaby. Turns out it was a little more.
The culling song... more
Next time you think about giving someone the Heimlich maneuver to prevent them from choking, take a good long look at that person.
Victor Mancini plays a colonial servant by day and reveals his true... more
One more time, please. This time with a little less face.
Invisible Monsters initially unnamed narrator was once a beautiful fashion model. But only to draw the attention of her parents away from... more
Beginning at the end, Tender Branson is on a suicide mission, flying an empty 747 that he hijacked. He is telling his story into the black box as the plane goes down.
Tender Branson is one of the... more
"The first rule of Fight Club is you do not talk about Fight Club." The second rule is the same. Should we even be talking about Fight Club?
Chuck Palahniuk's explosive first novel comes to us from... more