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Saga #22 Review

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan

Artist: Fiona Staples

Colorist: Fiona Staples


Dengo went on an one man murderous rampage leading to the death of Prince Robot IV’s wife and the kidnapping of his son. 315 more words


Saga #22 – Review

By: Brian K. Vaughan (story), Fiona Staples (art)

The Story: Drugs, affairs, and murder. Alana and Marko sure live the celebrity life.

The Review: It’s not a pleasant experience to witness a couple’s row, but it has its fascinations. 659 more words


Saga #22 Review

The next chapter of Saga by creators Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples delivers on a lot of narrative promises, even if that isn’t what we readers want. 292 more words


Comic Review – Saga #22

Adam reads as many comics as he can afford. Every week he is going to attempt a mini review of his favourite one, with potential minor spoilers. 736 more words


Review: Saga #22

This is gonna get good. Do you ever get that feeling reading a comic? Do you flip through the pages, read the dialogue, scan the pictures, and get that feeling in your gut that all of this is going somewhere and it’s gonna be awesome? 1,435 more words


Book Review - Saga Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Saga is the story of Marko and Alana, two warriors from opposite sides of a galactic conflict that fell in love and deserted the war. Now they’re on the run as both armies are trying to capture them. 546 more words

Altered Flight: The Saga Continues

This week’s post was a little delayed because I wanted to finish Dragonflight before posting. So let’s start there.

Dragonflight by Anne McCaffrey is an interesting mix of fantasy and science fiction. 747 more words