Dark Horse and Chuck Palahniuk have announced that Fight Club 3 will be hitting shelves in 2019 and will continue the story of the Narrator, Tyler Durden, and Marla Singer.
Following the acclaimed success of Fight Club 2, Dark Horse and Palahniuk are back once again with a twelve-part monthly comic book “maxi series” which will continue where we left off in the last graphic novel.
The series will once again have art from Cameron Stewart, lettering from Nate Piekos of Blambot, colors from Dave McCaig, and cover art from David Mack.
As for the story, Marla Singer is about to have her second child, but this time it’s not the child of the no-name Narrator of the story, oh no, this child is that of Tyler Durden, who’s taken a keen interest in his heir and the world he’ll inherit.
“Fight Club 3 is about what happens when you need to team up with your enemy,” said Chuck Palahniuk. “And the situation is even more complicated here, given Tyler Durden and Balthazar’s unique relationship.”
Fight Club 3 issue #1 will feature variant covers from David Mack, Kirbi Faga, and Duncan Fefredo. Issues following the first will feature covers from Colleen Coover, Francesco Francavilla, Steve Morris, Cameron Stewart, and Eric Wilkerson.
The first issue will land on Wednesday, January 30.