by Ryan Rigley
What is it about crime that continuously piques our interest as a species? With shows like "NCIS" and "Criminal Minds" proving to be two of the most watched shows on television, it's plain to see that the crime genre won't be going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, the crime genre is so popular that it has been featured prominently on multiple platforms throughout the years, including movies, video games and, of course, comic books.
Chief among the crime comic book scene is none other than Ed Brubaker, whose hit-series "Criminal" was recently optioned to become a feature-length movie for Hunting Lane Films. Brubaker, whose other works include the supervillain-inspired "Sleeper" and "Icognito," has demonstrated time and again that he is quite familiar with the inner workings of a good crime story. It's no wonder that his latest series, "Fatale," is equally, if not more, engaging than its predecessors.