Chuck Palahniuk announces 'Fight Club' sequel -- as a graphic novel
It seems like Chuck Palahniuk has broken the first rule of Fight Club. Tyler Durden is back — but not in the way you may think. Fight Club author Palahniuk has announced a graphic novel sequel to the 1996 satirical novel that inspired the cult 1999 David Fincher film starring Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and Helena Bonham Carter. Originally announced when Palahniuk answered a question regarding his upcoming work during the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con panel “Ode to Nerds,” Palahniuk followed up on his official website, confirming his intention to create a graphic novel serialized sequel to Fight Club.
In a statement on his website, Palahniuk describes the series’ premise.
Palahniuk also states that fellow author Chelsea Cain has introduced him to creators and illustrators from big-name comic book publishers from DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse, but no illustrator has been announced. Also, no publisher has confirmed the release of the graphic novel as Palahniuk aims to work out the sequel’s story before settling on a publisher.
The author is hoping a release date prior to 2015, but due to contractual obligations, fans may have to wait until 2015 before reading the continuing misadventures of Jack and Tyler.