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Short Cuts 12: Saga Vol. 5; Dead Boy Detectives Vol.2–Ghost Snow; American Vampire Vol. 7; The Wicked+The Divine Vol. 2–Fandemonium

Saga Vol. 5
Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples
Image Comics, 2015

In many ways this volume is a story of uneasy alliances. Gwendolyn and Lying Cat are desperate to find a cure for The Will, while Marko makes an uneasy alliance with Prince Robot IV to find their missing children, who are trapped on a strange world with terrifying new enemies. 720 more words

Vertigo Comics

Review: Saga #36

  • Artist: Fiona Staples
  • Writer: Brian K Vaughan

The last issue of the arc sees the multiple attempts to rescue Hazel come to a head and a major cliffhanger to tide readers over the next three months. 976 more words


Two-for: Volume 3 of Sandman and Volume 1 of Saga

The problem/great thing about graphic novels is that they’re a quicker read than regular novels (and more expensive, unfortunately). This means I can clear through a volume of a series in an evening, but I can’t post that quickly. 680 more words

Book Review: Saga Vol. 1-5


It gets better and better and my heart breaks more and more each volume.

Who knew the Star Wars of my generation would come in the form of a comic book? 42 more words

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Fiona Staples - Archie #1 - 3

Fiona Staples is a multi-winning award Canadian artist (Joe Shuster award, Eisner Award, Harvey Award), mostly for her work on Saga published by Image comics. She studied at the Alberta College of Art and Design ; since a few years, she works entirely digitally. 1,541 more words


Comic Covers: Saga

The cover artwork for the ongoing series Saga is absolutely outstanding. The use of composistion and colour in her work is send to none. Her work capture the tone of each issue without giving too much of the story away while the imagery itslef pops from the page wonderfully.