From the Hugo Award-winning duo of Brian K. Vaughan (The Private Eye, Y: The Last Man) and Fiona Staples (North 40, Red Sonja), Saga is the sweeping tale of one young family fighting to find their place in the universe. Searching for their literary hero, new parents Marko and Alana travel to a cosmic lighthouse on the planet Quietus, while the couple's multiple pursuers finally close in on their targets.Collecting: Saga 13-18....
|Title||:||Saga, Vol. 3 (Saga #3)|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
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Saga, Vol. 3 (Saga #3) Reviews
Of the 3 volumes of SAGA I've read so far, I think this one might be my favorite. Okay, that's largely because it featured a writer and I'm a bit partial to them...but I felt that action-wise, it was just especially well done. All of the cliff hangers and plot points that were introduced in volume 2 are now coming into fruition and it's so much fun!
Can't wait to get to volume 4! I've written reviews on volumes 1 + 2 as well if you're interested in more in-depth thoughts.
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This comic is so good it's starting to piss me off.
Dear Mr. Vaughan,
You should not be able to make me cry five times in the same fucking comic. Seriously. Twice in two pages? This will not do. It is neither seemly nor fair.
Please knock that shit off.
P.S. Please don't knock it off.
Vol. 1 ★★★★
Vol. 2 ★★★★
This graphic novel made me more emotional than any other graphic novel ever has. This third installment will really pull on your heartstrings, so be prepared to feel all the feels.
This graphic novel also deals with some pretty BIG themes:
- Being able to love after a loss.
- Following your dreams, no matter what.
- How important, and memorable, it is to read to young children.
- Society's views on the LGBT community, and how much it needs to change.
- And most importantly, ...more
JUST SO GOOD
I think this was my least-favorite so far. While it had its moments, it felt like not a whole lot happened until the end.
I think Gwendolyn looks awesome and is bad-ass, but she is also kind of one-dimensional and the jilted lover act is not my favorite. Plus, she doesn't seem very mature, she reacts without thinking. It's just annoying.
It felt like not a lot happened on Quietus besides philosophical conversations about war and family.
I really like The Will and Lying Cat.
The Brand intrigues me. ...more
*obliviates brain for next three weeks until the rest of the books arrive*
(view spoiler)[Reason for half a missing star (they seriously need to introduce that on here by now): as much of a hopeless romantic I may be, I feel like there's unnecessary love starting to bloom around every corner now- I mean, Gwendolyn here's supposedly already in love with The Will? Come on man, give me a break. (Unlessss she didn't actually mean it cause ulterior motives ya know?) (hide spoil ...more
These books are like Prozac..I just want to eat them up by the dozen.
I think this one is even better than Volume 2. (Yes, I still haven't gotten vol. 1 yet)
Our heroes Marco and Alana have gone to find their literary hero so that they can ask him questions about the book that caused them to become a couple.
I wants all these books!!
Just your typical story about a couple from opposing species of an interstellar war falling in love and having a baby, then fleeing the governments and hired mercenaries of both sides in a wooden rocketship with their ghost babysitter...
Three volumes in and so far each one has been 5 stars. I'm pretty sure that has never happened to me before.