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61 Saga, Vol. 5

by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, 2015

Volume 5 of Saga finds Marko on board a spaceship with Prince Robot IV, separated from his family. 448 more words


59 Saga, Vol. 4

by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, 2014

Volume 4 of the Saga series finds us with baby Hazel as a toddler, the robot princess just having given birth, Alana fulfilling others’ fantasies as a character in a TV show, and a robot commoner out for revenge. 383 more words


Archie, Volume One: The New Riverdale is fresh, funny, and true to the characters I know and love

Archie, Volume One: The New Riverdale by Mark Waid

Genre: Graphic Novel
Pages: 176
Publisher: Archie Comic Publications
Publication Date: March 29, 2016… 259 more words


Comic Book Review: Saga Vol. 4

Saga: Volume Four
by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer)
and Fiona Staples (Artist)
Rating: ★★★★★

So I was incredibly stressed out when I was reading this volume. 1,020 more words


#7 Saga Volume 2| A good book and a cup of tea

Saga Volume 2 is just as bad-ass as its predecessor. 5 great big gold stars!

Here’s all you need to know about Saga Volume 2: 280 more words


Saga 6 & November Verse 6

Fiona Staples (artist) and Brian K Vaughan (writer), Saga Volume Six (Image Comics 2016)

The continuing adventures of bi-speci-al Hazel and her family.

Hazel is now in kindergarten in prison, with her wings bound so she can pass as a purebred member of her father’s horned species. 303 more words


Comic Review: Saga Vol. 2

Saga: Volume Two
by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer)
and Fiona Staples (Artist)
Rating: ★★★★★

Volume two of Saga picks up right from where the first volume ended with Marko’s parents making the surprising introduction of Alana and Hazel and not taking it well at all. 753 more words