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76 Saga, Vol. 6

by Brian K. Vaughn & Fiona Staples, 2016

I know I’ve been fairly harsh on the Saga series. I haven’t been nearly as impressed by it as everyone else seems to be and, truly, I don’t understand what others see in it. 571 more words


Book Review: Saga, Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Title: Saga, Volume One
Author: Brian K. Vaughan (Writer) and Fiona Staples (Artist)
Publisher: Image Comics
Format and Price: From the Image Comics website, Print Book at US $9.99 (AU $13.22) and Digital Book/PDF at US $7.99 (AU $10.58) 1,469 more words

Book Review

Peeling the Orange │ Saga, Volume 1

My first foray into the world of the graphic novel, Saga blew my mind – in an excellent way.

I did have a sneaking suspicion that I’d enjoy… 280 more words


Reading diary, #42

Well, the promised catch-up with female authors didn’t exactly happen, so 2016 ended with male authors just slightly ahead of female authors. Women will probably take back the lead in 2017. 1,517 more words


Saga Volume 3 REVIEW

Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Published March 25th 2014

Genre: Fantasy comic book

Pages: 144

Source: Borrowed

From the Hugo Award-winning duo of Brian K.

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Life Changing Magic of Flipping a Page

In Park Chan Wook’s 2003 crime thriller Oldboy, private prison owner Chul Woong, as he is about to pull out protagonist Dae Su’s teeth with a hammer, provides an invaluable insight that every filmmaker and comic book writer/ artist should remember: 986 more words


Saga: Volume 6

The Saga continues…

Ok, I should work on my jokes. That counts as a joke, right?

Finished up volume 6 of Saga. This came on the tail end of a time jump and seemed primed to set up future stories more so than to tell its own. 251 more words