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The saga of Saga. CBR7 Review 22.

I know I’m preaching to the choir when I tell my fellow Cannonballers how great Saga is, how awesome the first four volumes were, and how tortuous its going to be to wait for volume 5. 282 more words

Saga by Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples

Vaugn, Brian K. Saga, vol 1. Illus. Fiona Staples. Berkeley, CA: Image Comics, 2012. Print.

Genre: Graphic Novel

Summary: Racial opposites, Marko and Alana, fight on opposing sides of a bloody interstellar war, until they fall in love. 127 more words

Annotating Is A Good Habit

Short Cuts 3: East of West: The World; East of West Vol. 3; Saga Volume Four

East of West: The World is a one-shot guide to the East of West world, subtitled “Sourcebook | Atlas | Encyclopedia | Timelines | Apocrypha.” It serves as a reference to the convoluted history and politics of the series, as well as an intermission before “The Apocalypse: Year Two,” the next big story arc. 718 more words

Image Comics

Image Comics Final Thoughts - Saga, Vol. 2

With Marvel’s popular and successful foray into films with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’ve finally decided to get back into comics. I grew up a big fan of X-Men and other superheroes but haven’t really kept up since the 90s. 1,099 more words


Saga, Volume IV

Volume four of the graphic novel series Saga came out in December of last year. I had been patiently waiting its arrival and crossing my fingers, hoping author Brian K. 452 more words

Brian K. Vaughan

Saga 27

Today, Patrick and Drew are discussing Saga 27, originally released April 8th, 2015.

Grace comes home drunk some times / and beats on the doorway to my guts.

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Alternating Current

Saga, Volume 4 Graphic Novel Review


This weekend i finished the fourth volume of Saga. *cries* Now i have to wait for the fifth one.

This volume to me was so quick i almost didn’t understood all of it. 212 more words