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Saga, Vol. 5 (Saga #5)

Multiple storylines collide in this cosmos-spanning new volume. While Gwendolyn and Lying Cat risk everything to find a cure for The Will, 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.Collecting: Saga 25-30 ...

Title : Saga, Vol. 5 (Saga #5)
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ISBN : 9781632154385
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 152 pages
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Saga, Vol. 5 (Saga #5) Reviews

  • Brierly

    Now that I'm finished with the fifth volume of Saga, I feel like it is time to share my thoughts. So many of you have reviewed the first volume; I rather enjoyed volume five so here we go:

    First, understand that Saga is a space opera centered on the relationship and trials of Alana and Marko, primarily narrated via flashback through their young daughter, Hazel. The entire idea of a saga, to start in the middle, go back, and go forward in time, is perfectly encapsulated around Hazel's lifespan...

  • Shannon (leaninglights)

    Love Saga. This one flew by!

  • Sean Gibson

    Brian K. Vaughan is a very good, perhaps great, comic writer. Fiona Staples is a very good, perhaps great, comic artist.

    Saga gets fawned over more than a pile of fruit on the ground near a wooded area (because fawns like to eat fruit that’s fallen to the ground…get it?).

    And I like it. I do. I’ve read all 5 volumes, haven’t I?

    But, I don’t love it. Not like a fawn loves fallen fruit. Or even like hunters love depriving Bambi of his mother (too soon?).

    Volume 5, in particular, just didn’t quite c

  • Bradley

    Re-Read 5/15/18:

    And just when I started to love ANOTHER CHARACTER... I have to get heartbroken again. Not all characters, of course, but some have a special place in my heart. ; ;

    What a fantastic series. Heavy-hitting, pull no punches, freakstorm.

    Original Review:

    Still seriously wicked cool. The story is fantastic, but so is the art. The pacing is divine and it is so damn funny and disturbing at the same time I just can't understand why EVERYONE hasn't just gone bonkers over this title.

    I mean, m

  • Jillian (bookishandnerdy)

    I read the single issues of this, but plan to pick up the trade of this when it comes out anyways.

    LEMME JUST SAY WHAT THE HELL HOW I CAN I WAIT AGAIN? UGH THIS VOLUME WAS REALLY REALLY GOOD. If you can't wait i HIGHLY suggest picking the single issues up!

  • Patrick

    Over the last couple years, I've talked a lot about how some things bother me in storytelling.

    One of the things that bothers me the most is when a child is put in danger in order to grab cheap dramatic tension in a story. Even worse is when a child is hurt/killed/threatened order to build character or establish something about the world.

    90% of the time it's lazy storytelling of the highest degree, and 9% of the time it's little more than emotional abuse. I think of it as roughly equivalent to f

  • karen

    volume five. the saga continues. and this time the quest is for dragon spunk. naturally.

    this volume features all kinds of boss team-ups

    and more of that devastating foreshadowing

    (view spoiler)

    we will learn not to fuck with marko's mom.

    and kids will say the darndest things

    and, yes, there will be dragons

    but the real star of this volume, and my heart, is ghüs

    in his little butt-flap jammies

    and his little overalls

    oh, he's just so SWEET!

    sorry, buddy, but you are. i could ju

  • Adam Silvera