Fatale: Deluxe Edition, Volume 2 is a stunningly beautiful piece of cosmic horror meets noir.
This one has two essays at the end, like the first one did, both by Jess Nevins. This time around the subjects are H.P. Lovecraft, (again), and Aleister Crowley. I found both to be interesting and informative.
In this volume we learn more about where Josephine has been and where she's going and of course there are a few sexy times in between, most especially when she does a video for the rock band Amsterdam. As always happens with Jo, the good times start rolling into dark times at the flick of a switch, and they keep on rolling right down to the depths of hell.
I can't recommend these enough-especially if you enjoy classic tropes turned on their heads and lots of tentacles in your artwork.