Saga, Vol. 3
Brian K. Vaughan
The Eisner, Harvey, and Hugo Award-winning phenomenon continues, as new parents Marko and Alana travel to an alien world to visit their hero, while the family's pursuers finally close in on their targets.
Reviewed: 2019-06-08So this is only the third comic series I've gotten into...no, fourth, but that's just my way of saying I've only gotten into comics over the last few years. Comic Con probably had something to do with that. Went for the celebrity panels, kept going back for the comics, lol! Anyway, I. Love. This. Series. It's really hard for me to review. The story is fun, the art is beautiful, the characters, even the antagonists, are so likeable. Just A+ for the whole thing. I just have one thing to say. If anything really bad happens to Lying Cat... I will be one pissed bee! And see, I kept it classy by using harsh letters
Reviewed: 2019-04-19[b:Saga, Vol. 3|19358975|Saga, Vol. 3|Brian K. Vaughan|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1486028973s/19358975.jpg|27422060] has a little more action than the previous volumes, people actually die or lose body parts, and it feels more mature than at the beginning.
I did enjoy this part of the story a lot more.
Saga continues strong, though it went at a little slower pace in this volume than the first two.
Reviewed: 2018-04-21Oh how complicated family can be
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