Fatal

Fatal may refer to:

  • Causing death
  • Fatal (album), an album by Hussein Fatal
  • Fatal Recordings, a feminist record label
  • Fatal (film), a 2010 French film starring Stéphane Rousseau
  • Fatal, a rapper who collaborated with the band Therapy? on the song "Come and Die" from the Judgment Night film soundtrack
  • Fatal, a rapper signed with 1017 Brick Squad

Fatale may refer to:

  • Fatale (comics), a Marvel Comics supervillain
  • Fatale (Broadway Comics), a 1996 comic book series
  • Damage (1992 film) (French title: Fatale), a 1992 film directed by Louis Malle
  • Fatale, a 2009 interactive vignette developed by Tale of Tales

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Famous quotes containing the word fatal:

    But the dark changed to red, and torches shone,
    And deafening music shook the leaves; a troop
    Shouldered a litter with a wounded man,
    Or smote upon the string and to the sound
    Sang of the beast that gave the fatal wound.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    To make a final conquest of all me,
    Love did compose so sweet an enemy,
    In whom both beauties to my death agree,
    Joining themselves in fatal harmony;
    That while she with her eyes my heart does bind,
    She with her voice might captivate my mind.
    Andrew Marvell (1621–1678)

    It was the owl that shrieked, the fatal bellman,
    Which gives the stern’st good night.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)