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)|
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Saga, Vol. 3 (Saga #3) Reviews
I keep thinking about this, and how much I can't wait to read the next one, which made me up my rating to 5 stars aha
26/1/18: I really enjoyed this and read it all in one sitting aha
This is the only graphic novel series that I've managed to get interested in, and I have #4 on hold at the library ready to get picked up :D
Honestly you could probably take my review for one of these graphic novels and apply it to all of them: I continue to love these graphic novels. Prior to reading these, I had not really experienced a graphic novel that I really liked. But this series has proven that I can be a graphic novel fan.
This volume (like the others) was beautifully illustrated and I loved the story. It had me laughing in moments and also was quite emotional at times.
Definitely worth the read, even to those who think the ...more
First read in April 2014
Reread in September 2015
Third read in January 2018
I found myself wanting to skim read the bits with the journalists.. for some reason I found them so boring, but other than that and the lacking of action that the first two volumes had, I loved it!
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
This series just keeps getting better it's like I can't NOT rate it a 5
(Something I didn't say before tho ESP if you are younger this series has some explicit content so know that going in!)
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In this volume Alana and Marko decide they are going to go looking for the author of the romance book they read. I just love that there is a book and author in these graphic novels. CLASSIC!
Grandma Klara decides she's going too! They will not leave her behind.
Of course things don't go so well when they first get there as Klara gets one of her ears ate off by some bugs. Joyful! But after they find their author, he's drunk at first, they all get a long and I ...more
“No story’s worth dying for"
This review contains *spoilers*.
This series is going by so quickly. I want to reach the last volume, but I also don’t want this to be over (I’ll probably read it anyway).
I’m just really attached to the wonderful characters in this comic book.
The fast paced plot, the funny dialogue, and the incredible relationships all make it impossible to put down. It's a completely unputdownable story.
And so much happened in that last chapter, I’m still trying to wrap my mind around ...more
I finally got around to reading the third volume in Brian K. Vaughan’s FANTASTIC, AMAZING and UPLIFTING “Saga” series and man was this volume just as exciting and emotional as the previous two volumes (and that is saying something)!
What is this story about?
After the events of the second volume, Marko, his mother and Alana ended up on the planet Quietus in order to meet the romance author D. Oswald Heist, who was responsible for writing the romance novel that bot ...more