Smells Like Lovecraft's Spirit
This was a lot better than the third volume. Things are finally starting to add up (kind of) and this volume wasn't so jumpy from the last one. In this volume, we start with Jo having problems remembering who she was. She has no memories from her past or even her name. She ends up naked in from of a 90s band's home in Seattle. They give her a new alias, Jane, and things start going out of hand quick. They soon discover Jo (Jane) is not like any other woman. She has special powers that are more deadly then she can handle.
What I like best about this volume is the story tell like all the other Fatale issues. Brubaker knows how to write luring women and a good noir as well. This also was great in the way they showed you the dark side of 90s grunge music days. It's very clear that the band in this book is a slight reference to Nirvana.
This book still has its Lovecraft meets film noir charm to it and I'm now expecting more in the next volume. I cannot look away for Josephine!