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Saga #3

Saga Brian K Vaughan s and Fiona Staples controversial epic continues Stranded on a mystical alien world new parents Marko and Alana encounter their greatest fear

  • Title: Saga #3
  • Author: Brian K. Vaughan Fiona Staples Eric Stephenson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brian K Vaughan s and Fiona Staples controversial epic continues Stranded on a mystical alien world, new parents Marko and Alana encounter their greatest fear.

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      Published :2019-03-06T15:36:05+00:00

    1 thought on “Saga #3

    1. Right so this graphic novel gets weirder and weirder each time. I still could not get over that Prince with a TV for a head and that bountyhunter who has weird legs and tons of eyes

    2. AGAIN, It was so good ke the rest !!But.WHO THE FUCK IS GWENDOLYN??Shit fuck. :/ and .what the hell that means that Izabel was my first??

    3. “Forgive me if I don't take relationship advice from a dead teenager missing her vagina.”― Brian K. Vaughan, Saga, Volume 1 Šta reći zanimljivi likovi i zanima me što će im se desiti.

    4. HAHA I love Elizabeth. And oh dear, Marko is in some serious trouble now, getting hit by The Stalk was nothing XD

    5. Are you kidding me?? Who is Gwendolyn? Who is she? Who is she?? You can't just leave me hanging like that? Excuse me I need Chapter 4 right now!Ratings: 5 out of 5 starsMy Blogspot Review

    6. I've become much more accustomed to the art work now and am even beginning to enjoy it. Also loving the humourous wit from the writer and the characters. I'm honestly enjoying this comic much more than I originally thought I would.

    7. When I was given the first issue of this series, I thought to myself, "Saga. Wow, someone's feeling pretentious."Now I realize that no other title would really fit. Get on this, or wait until it's collected into a graphic novel. It will be. It's simply amazing think Firefly meets The Twilight Zone and you'll have a tiny inkling of how good.

    8. What are these cliffhangers?! *falls off of cliffs* *lands on a hang-glider mid-fall, and holds on* *hang glider rips and crashes onto a boulder*

    9. Turns out not all Horrors are, well, horrible, but "Who the fuck is Gwendolyn?"? Holy cliffhanger Batman!

    10. 1. This series literally has the best covers.2. It's like fantasy/superhero/love story/sci-fi/drama/comedy. All genres in one.3. The art is captivating and tells a story. 4. The little side frames of Hazel's narrations is pretty great. 5. I feel like people will soon have Alana's haircut. And grow horns like Marko.6. The TV head guy. So I'm assuming that race is a nod to modern man whose heads are always in a phone screen, TV screen, computer screen, tablet screen, etc. It definitely makes a sta [...]

    11. Worlds of war, ghost babysitters, hot fugitive parentsBrilliantly written by the author of "Y, The Last Man," and ferociously illustrated by Fiona Staples, Saga is the interplanetary adventure love story you didn't know you needed.

    12. 4 stars, no 5 stars, no 4 stars, no, 5 stars. If I have to change it that much then it's five stars.I really like these characters, the story, the narrative (particularly with Hazel chiming in now and again), and the imagination of the various species and their depictions. Fun.

    13. Another great chapter. Not much to say about this one. Oh yeah, I forgot HOLY SHIT!!!! Who the fuck is Gwendolyn?????Why a Cliffhanger?

    14. Note: Saga is the first graphic novel that I've started and it makes me regret my choice of not turning towards this media of entertainment sooner. The world of Saga is vast and varied and a lot of bizarre elements are scattered. Its play with diversity, ethnicity, breaking stereotypes and cultural norms, is what allures the series to me greatly because it summarizes the right of freedom and lives so nicely. The art is easy on the eyes and the dialogues are moderately detailed.Besides, inter-gal [...]

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