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Comic-Con: 'Saga's' Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples on raising Hazel

“Saga,” writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples told their panel’s capacity crowd Saturday at Comic-Con, is Hazel’s story.

The daughter of Alana and Marko – on-the-run lovers born of warring alien species – Hazel narrates Vaughan and Staples’ creator-owned, … 1,438 more words

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Saga gets a Hardcover Collection

The hardcover collection of Saga gets it’s own original cover and a release date.

Brian K Vaughn and Fiona Staples revealed the new cover artwork for the hardcover collection of Saga during their SDCC panel. 63 more words

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Saturday Review: Saga #21

I have been a devoted fan of Saga since issue #1. I still remember reading that first issue in my car and being blown away and wanting more, but knowing I’d have to wait a full month before I could have some. 504 more words

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[SDCC'14] Eisner Award Winners announced!

Last night, as part of San Diego Comic-Con, the winners of the 26th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were announced during a star-studded ceremony at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront in the Indigo Ballroom.

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2014 Eisner Nominee: "Saga, Vol. 2"

In the second volume of “Saga”, alien testicles, relationships (of both the familial and romantic sort), war, politics, the supernatural, and other deep (and sometimes hysterically prurient) elements continue to prove why this title is so beloved and declared by many to be one of the greatest comic books of the twenty-first century. 1,213 more words

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Comic Book Review: Saga [volume 2]

So if you saw my review of Saga last week, you could probably guess that I LOVED it. Like, A LOT. Like, asdfkl; a lot. 646 more words

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Saga 21

Today, Shelby and Patrick are discussing Saga 21, originally released July 23rd, 2014.

Shelby: it’s hard to watch something you love fall apart. Even if that something is a work of fiction, it can still break your heart just as fast (if not faster) than real life. 1,518 more words

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