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Vaughan and Staples’ wholly original Saga (2012) won Eisner awards for best new and best continuing series, and it’s no surprise. This smash hit continues to be a powerhouse: intergalactic intrigue, truly alien aliens, multifaceted characters, and a universe full of lush environments all wrapped around a compellingly told story of forbidden love in wartime. Marko and Alana are still on the run, evading the hired assassins in hot pursuit, but now they’ve been joined by Marko’s disapproving but fiercely loyal parents. Hazel’s insouciant narration is a high point, punctuating dramatic moments with well-timed, trenchant wit. Vaughan has a peculiarly wonderful world at his fingertips, and he’s setting himself up for something big, but it’s Staples’ stunning and otherworldly art that makes Saga such a thrilling read. Her rich, warm palette complements organic shapes not often seen in space adventure stories, and it’s this appealing combination that makes it so fresh. Vaughan and Staples are seriously upping the ante for comics. Fans will be eager to pick this up, and intrigued new readers won’t be far behind. --Sarah Hunter
Hands down the best comic book series I've ever read (and continue to read religiously), and nearly one of the best graphic novels out there. Read morePublished 14 days ago by B. M. George
This books picks up right where the last one left off.
Marko and Alana receive some surprise visitors that send them on journeys, both of the heart and the physical sort. Read more
Having bought the first volume along side two other graphic novels, I must say that this one was the one that grabbed me.
Really just buy it!
One of the truly great graphic novel series around. Writing tells the story, art shows it. Great characters, deep writing that isn't scared to kill someone you grow to love.Published 1 month ago by Donovan Jeska
I love these graphic novels. The Saga series if truly first-rate: the story line, the dialog, character development... and the graphics are truly superb. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Kimmel