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A series of stunning revelations leads to the discovery that the Call of Cthulhu just might be happening - again. And yet, there are greater forces at work in Lovecraft's universe, forces that do not even recognize the existence of man. Facing an abyss of darkness and insanity, is there a greater call than Cthulhu's? The earth-spanning horror epic continues with new, startling revelations that just might lead you to believe that a god can die.

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Part two of the Fugue obviously carries on from the first issue. We get to visit the Dreamlands, see a crazy priest, and well slowly move the story along.The atmosphere is quite good in this story. I like how the artwork changes when we go to the Dreamlands. The annoying girlfriend is well, annoying, and I now am plugging along as interested as Cy, our young investigator looking for answers to his uncle's suicide.Weirdness is ensuing and man if it continues like this, this could very well cli...

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