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The Rigors of Family Life: A Review of Saga Vol. IV

Saga continues entering into its fourth volume and kicking off a new story arc. The first three volumes followed Alana and Marko as they tried to escape the pursuit of freelancers and government agents sent to kill them for having an inter-species relationship that resulted in a child (Hazel, our narrator). 344 more words

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5 Reasons 'Saga' is the Comic Series You Can't Miss

I’ve written a couple times about comic books and how they’re pretty intimidating to get into. I recently started my journey into the genre, however, and have been pleasantly surprised by how much I love them! 331 more words

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5 Reasons 'Saga' is the Comic Series You Can't Miss

I’ve written a couple times about comic books and how they’re pretty intimidating to get into. I recently started my journey into the genre, however, and have been pleasantly surprised by how much I love them! 331 more words

Reviews

Book Review: Saga Volumes 1&2

Author: Brian K. Vaughn

Artist:
Fiona Staples

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy

Publisher: Image Comics

My Thoughts
: I’ll admit, I’ve never been particularly interested in graphic novels. 622 more words

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Weekend Wrap-Up | January 17 & 18

It was a five star weekend!  Every book I read this weekend just hit all the high notes for me.  This is going to be just some quickie GIF-centric thoughts on each of them.   231 more words

Book Review - Saga vol. 4 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

After they fled to safety, the family have to conceal their identities so no-one can find them. Alana is working on the Open Circuit, an entertainment show, while Marko is looking after Hazel and trying to keep things together, even though he feels that he and Alana are drifting apart. 348 more words

Saga Volume 4 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

I could very well write ‘Saga is fucking amazing’ and leave it at that for every volume of genius that Vaughn and Staples create in such an expectation-defying manner so consistently. 993 more words

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