Palahniuk finally dishes 'Fight Club' sequel details

Author Chuck Palahniuk got "Fight Club" fans pretty excited when he told the crowd at last year's Comic-Con he was writing a sequel to the popular novel. Nine months later we finally know something about it.


USA Today revealed the book's sequel, "Fight Club 2," will be a 10-issue graphic novel series produced by Dark Horse Comics and will pick up a decade after the original book left off. The nameless insomniac narrator is married to equally-disturbed Marla Singer, and the couple have a 9-year-son son named Junior but don't look too excited about it. 

For now, fans won't be seeing a ripped Brad Pitt or busted-up Edward Norton pummel faces into pavement like they did in the 1999 cult film adaptation, but we can always hope there's some demand for a film sequel, too.

As for the other characters in the original, don't worry: most are coming back. Even Project Mayhem is slated to stick around. And Palahniuk said he plans on diving into the origins of Tyler Durden. 

Find out what Palahniuk said the original book is really about in this Newsy video.

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