After a dramatic time jump, the three-time Eisner Award winner for Best Continuing Series continues to evolve, as Hazel begins the most exciting adventure of her life: kindergarten. Meanwhile, her starcrossed family learns hard lessons of their own.Collecting: Saga 31-36 ...
|Title||:||Saga, Vol. 6 (Saga #6)|
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Saga, Vol. 6 (Saga #6) Reviews
Not my favourite, but I liked it a lot better than #5!
I'm really enjoying this series!
I really love the art work, and the story is so creative, I particularly liked how there was a time jump between this one and the last one too
Ps Hazel is adorable ☺ ...more
I thought the time jump would affect my enjoyment of this series by confusing me.
But it’s not at all confusing, and I honestly prefer having narrator Hazel actually play a role in the story, instead of being a cute little baby everyone has to care for.
It feels like she’s becoming powerful in a certain way and I’m sure one day she’ll be as strong and courageous as her mama.
Oh but what parents she has. Although they’ve both wronged each other, they are determined to stick together in order to fin ...more
I guess that 5 star streak for all the Saga collections had to come to an end sometime.
This is still the best comic book space adventure/fairy tale/romance you’re likely to read, It also still has enough weird alien characters to populate a cantina in Star Wars as well as more violence, profanity, sex, and nudity than most R rated movies. However, it seemed to lack of a bit of the pop that made the rest of the series so next level. Part of this is probably due to so many story threads being sca ...more
In volume six of the ever-amazing Saga our star-crossed lovers have to find their missing daughter... That's right: there's gonna be a jaaaaiiiiillllbreak!
I'll pause a moment to let the tragically hip creators of this book get over the fact that I just referenced a band as un-hip as AC/DC in a review of their book.
OK, that'll do. There's really nothing more I can say to try and get people to read this book. It's the best space opera, in ANY medium, since Star Wars. If that doesn't get you to rea ...more
My god. Right in the feels.
There's just something about this series that grabs hold of you and whips you from side to side as it gnaws on you before spitting you out, licking the stumps of your missing legs before licking your face.
I love you, but I seem to have eaten you. Sorry!
The end of this volume is so happy! So. Happy!
Can I "allegedly" murder someone now?
Saga is STILL the biggest place to be if you want smart stories, fantastic art, deliciously evil humor ...more
Well, if you are not yet reading this series, get on it! I see even Alan Moore says it is great, on the book cover now, one of the great comics achievements. . . Alan Moore, the godfather of comics said this! And this particular volume is the most feel-good one so far, nice things happen, all the angst from previous volumes lightens up a bit, but I won't spoil it for you. I will say, if you are thinking of sharing with kids, maybe don't. It has some pretty explicit sex in it, which might be star ...more
I have to say that I was really looking forward to reading the newest installment within this fabulous, humorous and heartfelt series, and sadly it is the installment that earns my first three star rating among all the four stars I have gotten used to giving to Saga.
I personally felt as if the spark has diminished between the characters. There was not enough of the familiar sarcastic humor, the laugh worth punch lines, the chemistry was off more than it was on. I get this volume was more serious ...more
YOOOOOO THAT ENDING