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Saga, Vol. 7 (Saga #7)

From the worldwide bestselling team of Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan, The War for Phang is an epic, self-contained Saga event! Finally reunited with her ever-expanding family, Hazel travels to a war-torn comet that Wreath and Landfall have been battling over for ages. New friendships are forged and others are lost forever in this action-packed volume about families, combat and the refugee experience. Collecting: Saga 37-42...

Title : Saga, Vol. 7 (Saga #7)
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ISBN : 9781534300606
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 152 pages
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Saga, Vol. 7 (Saga #7) Reviews

  • karen

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel! what will happen?

    the sads shouldn’t have hit me as hard as they did here, since i’d already read more than half of this volume in its single-issue installments, thanks to greg’s generous indulgence of my impatience; presenting me with issues #37-40 back in november. i thought i was prepared for anything this book had to throw at me, but dammmit - issues #41 & #42 had their own griefs in store. seriously - will these people (

  • Tatiana

    ... And I am back on Saga bandwagon...

  • Sean Gibson

    Well, jeez—that was rough. Hopeless resignation. Overwhelming odds. Tragic deaths (redeaths?). Veiny robot schlongs.

    This series continues to confound and confusticate, but the quality of the storytelling remains high. Fiona Staples seems to have become the lead storyteller, and her art drives things forward in this volume, but BKV’s presence remains undeniably strong.

    I never know what to expect from this book, and I’m never disappointed (except for when I am occasionally disappointed, so I gues

  • James DeSantis

    I read this before I went to sleep. Then I was depressed for the rest of my sleep. Goddamn it this series can really hit you in the feels like no other.

    Hazel growing up on the run is both scary and entertaining. It's fun for us to visit all these worlds, meet all these characters, see amazing things but at the same time she's always being hunted. She's always in danger. And Marko and his wife barely have the means to protect her much longer.

    The people we meet on this volume are both evil and t

  • Kemper

    When did they start selling pure heartbreak in trade paperback form?

    Depressing, but excellent.

  • Trina (Between Chapters)

    A few entertaining moments, but not much really happened to advance the plot. The characters were pretty stagnant in their locations and actions considering the amount of time that passed. Some new characters were introduced only to have their part in the story end very quickly.

    We've reached the point in this review where Trina makes the same complaints about the nudity.

    Be aware that there's a giant d**k pic on page 3. The series sexualizes the female form in a voyeristic way and you might think

  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

    4.5 stars

    2016 was the year of the graphic novel for me--between Fables and Monstress , I was well and truly hooked, but it was Brian K. Vaughan's SAGA that blew my mind and showed me that, similar to (good) poetry, graphic novels could pack all the insights and feelings of a first person POV full-length novel into a third of the pages and an even smaller fraction of the words.

    So I've been looking forward to Volume 7 ever since I binge read 1 - 6 last July.

    I'm actually

  • Sarah

    WHAT JUST HAPPENED... :'( :'( :'(

    This was the saddest volume so far. I can't even talk about it because I'm just so speechless. It definitely picked up the pace, the story moved on quite a bit and the writing and drawings were good as usual. At one point, I actually shouted "NOOOO" and scared the crap out of my family so prepare yourself for this volume! I'm so excited for the next volume so I can find out what happens next!