The smash-hit ongoing epic continues! Thanks to her star-crossed parents Marko and Alana, newborn baby Hazel has already survived lethal assassins, rampaging armies, and alien monstrosities, but in the cold vastness of outer space, the little girl encounters something truly frightening: her grandparents! ...
|Title||:||Saga, Vol. 2 (Saga #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Saga, Vol. 2 (Saga #2) Reviews
Dear Mr. Vaughan,
I do not know what process you go though to produce comics like these. I do not know what dark alchemy you perform, what infernal pacts you have agreed to, what terrifying drugs you must imbibe. I have no idea what arcane rituals you must perform every day, what odd odd habits of diet and exorcize you must maintain to keep your mind limber and sparking, to write things like this.
I just wanted to say, whatever it is you're doing, please keep doing it.
Brian K Vaughan's epic Saga continues, as does the awesomeness from the first volume!
Lovers who each come from opposite sides of two warring worlds, Alana and Marko have become the symbol for a possible union between the planet Landfall and the moon of Wreath. However, since the governments of both Landfall and Wreath have no interest in making peace with each other, they have declared Alana & Marco to be a threat to their ways of life, and have each dispatched hunters to murder Alana & ...more
Another enjoyable read. Some things were visibly improved, but overall I felt that Volume 2 was on about the same level as the first. These comics are fun to read, but I'll probably never understand people praising them to the high heavens.
Among the new characters, I really liked Barr and really disliked Gwendolyn. As for the regulars, Lying Cat is turning out to be my favourite. And even though he's awesome, that does say a bit about the others.
I'll probably write a full series review when I'm ...more
Such clever, so art, very character.
Don't judge me. What did you want me say? It's Saga, you already know it was good.
I'm gonna make this short since it's a volume 2 and you can check out most of my thoughts on my volume 1 review.
All in all, I thought this was a great second installment. It's still got the comedy gold, it's beautiful in a very real sort of way, and I tore through it really needing to know what happens next. It's left me impatient to get to volume 3, so I really can't complain.
If you enjoyed volume 1, this one isn't quite as great but still, you've gotta know what happens, right?
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review to come, but man, am i loving this series!
okay, time for a real review!
it's hard to know where to begin….
this series is all told from the POV of a girl, detailing the events and adventures of her baby-years and before, including the romantic forbidden love between her parents.
it was not, however, love at first sight.
but it's not all lovey-dovey stuff, nor even lovey-punchy-with-a-rifle stuff. there's also … this
and how much do i love alana? not only for her dry wit
but also for her e ...more
This series continues to blow me away! Loving it!
If possible, this was even more wickedly delightful than its predecessor.
• We're showered with some much-wanted backstory on my favourite duo:
• Get introduced to a new set of badass mofos:
• Feast our eyes upon more gloriously graphic art:
• And of course, get a glimpse of the most adorable little bean that is young Marko:
• Bonus content – Harambe makes an appearance (forgive me):