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|
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Saga, Vol. 2 (Saga #2) Reviews
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.
The art is beautiful, the story is so complex and intriguing and I just love it a lot so far.
EVERYONE WAS RIGHT ABOUT THIS SERIES
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
Edit 06/14 : Reread before Volume 3 (always fucking fantastic)
Mesdames et Messieurs, I'm pleased to announce that... this awesomeness of a book is my first 5-stars rating for a graphic novel! Prepare yourself for the love!
✭ Remember how I was amazed by the storyline of the first Volume? Scratch that : this one is even better. That's simple, we never seem to be able to breathe the whole time and the alternative POV bring more tension to the story, until we just can't put it down. Moreover, Hazel ...more
In the first 6 issues of Saga (which comprised volume 1 of the trade edition), Brian K. Vaughan threw in enough weird ass shit to keep me in a delightfully perpetual state of "what the hell was that?" So much so that I worried the inventiveness might eventually wear thin, begin to feel as though it's trying too hard (as I sometimes feel with China Mieville's Dial H), or simply create such a labyrinthine mythology that it's just not worth trying to puzzle it all out. The second 6 issues have defi ...more
These are just genius. Funny, amazing and consistently interesting world, rad af characters. I wish I'd read this earlier today so that I had time to go grab the others from the library before it closed.
This comic book is an incredible adventure right from page 1.
I seriously could not put this story down. It made me laugh, smile, and even tear up at one point (Barr…).
I never knew what to expect from the incredible ensemble of characters and I think that made the plot that more epic.
The chemistry between all of the characters is phenomenal.
Izabel, Gwendolyn, and of course Alana are so damn badass.
And that ending was AMAZING.
Why have I waited so long to read this series?
On to the next volume!
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):