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
Can this series get any better or more exciting, Other Barry? I'm here to tell you it cannot. Up against it, this series makes cyborgs as interesting as watching paint dry. Cyborgs -- watching paint dry -- even the ones with removable vaginas of the lighting up variety. Just the tip, Archer. You want to lose that thing or what?
All Archer joking aside (and yes, that was totally for you Mara), Saga is a tremendous graphic novel series that continues to blow my hair back, my skirt up and my socks o ...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
5/5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
I keep forgetting how quickly these go by! I sat down with the intention of reading half now, half later, but I ended up reading the entire thing in one sitting again! ♡
only little about sharks, but still worth floating for SHAAARRKK WEEEK!
another great volume in what is shaping up to be an outstanding series. there were even some sharks in it this time!
don't worry - i will be very careful here.
what i liked most about this installment was how meta it was - there was so much time devoted to talking about books, the process of bringing books into the world, the joy of being confronted with stacks and stacks of new books, and there were some funny littl ...more
The wild ride continues with Saga #3 as Alana and Marko, on the run, look both for a safe place for their family and their literary hero, D. Oswald Heist. There’s plenty of character development and quirkiness (which one expects from this series). I’m continuing to enjoy!
This just keeps getting better and better. So addicted.
I cried a little. I just got all choked up. Again.
I cannot understand just how attached to these guys I've gotten. All of them. Every single last character. It's like I'm under a spell. A deep, dark spell.
And then, to top it all off, EVERY SINGLE PERSON REFERENCED becomes ALIVE and BEAUTIFUL later! I swear, this is only getting better every time I read it. :) The whole thing. Is. Blowing Me Away. :)
I agree with the goddamned writer on this one. Don't kill your dar ...more
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