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Haunted by Potential Energy in Saga Issue 42 Review

Haunted by Potential Energy in Saga Issue 42 Review

Saga Issue #42 Image Comics Story by: Brian K. Vaughan Art and Cover by: Fiona Staples Sad. That’s the word I’d use to describe this issue. From the initial pages, Brian K. Vaughan’s story tugs on your heartstrings and makes the reader feel for each character....

The Sound of Violence in “Saga” Issue #41 (Review)

The Sound of Violence in “Saga” Issue #41 (Review)

Saga #41 Image Comics Story by: Brian K. Vaughan Art and Cover by: Fiona Staples In this issue, Brian K. Vaughan keeps pushing forward the story in the War for Phang. As usual, he doesn’t make things easy on the characters. Remember the celestial object from last...

All’s Fair in Love and War as “Saga” Continues

All’s Fair in Love and War as “Saga” Continues

Brian K. Vaughan sure knows how to tug on your heartstrings! The beauty of Saga is that although it is set in space with the most avant-garde creatures imaginable, the story is incredibly relatable. Vaughan expertly weaves in real-world issues and themes—such as love,...

So Close, Yet So Far: “Saga” Issue #35 (Review)

So Close, Yet So Far: “Saga” Issue #35 (Review)

Saga Issue #35 Image Comics Story by: Brian K. Vaughan Art and Cover by: Fiona Staples Once again, in this issue, Brian K. Vaughan features three main groups to propel the plot forward. Vaughan expertly uses this tactic to show just how close the storylines are to...

As the World Falls Down: Paper Girls #4 (Review)

As the World Falls Down: Paper Girls #4 (Review)

Paper Girls #4 Image Comics Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Cliff Chiang Colors: Matt Wilson Letters and Design: Jared K. Fletcher If you grew up in the ’80s, you’ll love Paper Girls. With its use of electric neon colors inside and out, the comic has the look and...

We Are Family: “Saga #32″ (Review)

We Are Family: “Saga #32″ (Review)

Saga Issue #32 Image Comics Story by: Brian K. Vaughan Art and Cover by: Fiona Staples With issue 31 focusing on Hazel in a refugee camp, this issue sets its sights on Marko and Alana. Until the family is all back together, which might take some time, it seems each...

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