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Saga #53 Review

Saga #53 Review

Saga #53 Image Comics  Written By: Brian K. Vaughan Art By: Fiona Staples Lettered By: Fonografiks Saga #53 has a lot to offer. Tensions are really high as an article by Upsher and Doff is getting ready to be published but you can’t run a paper without some sort of...

Saga #48 Review

Saga #48 Review

Saga #48 Image Comics Written by: Brian K. Vaughn Art by: Fiona Staples Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughn continue their winning streak with another beautiful entry in the Saga series. The story returns to a distant planet, focusing not on the main cast of Marko,...

Saga Book 2 Deluxe Hardcover Review

Saga Book 2 Deluxe Hardcover Review

Saga Book 2 Deluxe Hard Cover Image Comics Written by: Brian K. Vaughn Art by: Fiona Staples It's been a while since I read Saga, but recently I got my hands on the new book 2 deluxe hardcover edition. Once I started, I couldn't stop myself.  It took me a few hours,...

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...

The Calm Before the Storm: “Saga” Issue #34 (Review)

The Calm Before the Storm: “Saga” Issue #34 (Review)

Saga Issue #34 Image Comics Story by: Brian K. Vaughan Art and Cover by: Fiona Staples “You’ll never understand the way the worlds really work until you surround yourself with people from all sorts of weird backgrounds. I mean, I know diversity is an overused word...

Hot Off the Press: “Saga” Issue #33 (Review)

Hot Off the Press: “Saga” Issue #33 (Review)

Issue #33 Image Comics Story by: Brian K. Vaughan Art and Cover by: Fiona Staples As Saga propels forward with the main characters spread across space, Brian K. Vaughan has chosen to focus each issue on a different group. This month, we return to Hebdomadal...

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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