The smash-hit ongoing epic continues! Thanks to her star-crossed parents Marko and Alana, newborn baby Hazel has already survived lethal assassins, rampaging armies, and alien monstrosities, but in the cold vastness of outer space, the little girl encounters something truly frightening: her grandparents! ...
|Title||:||Saga, Vol. 2 (Saga #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
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Saga, Vol. 2 (Saga #2) Reviews
Another enjoyable read. Some things were visibly improved, but overall I felt that Volume 2 was on about the same level as the first. These comics are fun to read, but I'll probably never understand people praising them to the high heavens.
Among the new characters, I really liked Barr and really disliked Gwendolyn. As for the regulars, Lying Cat is turning out to be my favourite. And even though he's awesome, that does say a bit about the others.
I'll probably write a full series review when I'm ...more
This series continues to blow me away! Loving it!
A couple of star-crossed lovers from two different species on opposing sides of an interstellar war are on the run in a wooden rocket ship with their infant daughter and her ghost babysitter as they are pursued by the forces of both sides including a royal family member who is a robot with a television for a head as well as a bounty hunter who has an oversized cat who can tell when anyone is lying.
Geez, why can’t any comic book creators come up with something original?
Ah, but seriously…. This s ...more
I put in requests at the library for these books. Did I take the time to look at how many holds they have on them? Nope. So I've ended up with Volumes 2 and 3 first and weeks to go before I'll get Volume 1. I still read this..because I'm a rebel like that. Plus my library sends letters out on over due books that scare me.
This is a fun book. Told from the point of view of the young baby. It's well done and funny. Plus the art work is wonderful.
Plus you have this guy..You know I had to go there. ...more
This series just cracks me up!
If possible, this was even more wickedly delightful than its predecessor.
• We're showered with some much-wanted backstory on my favourite duo:
• Get introduced to a new set of badass mofos:
• Feast our eyes upon more gloriously graphic art:
• And of course, get a glimpse of the most adorable little bean that is young Marko:
• Bonus content – Harambe makes an appearance (forgive me):
Loving this series so far. It's batshit crazy but just totally great. I think if it arrived in my lap in novel form I would be in dire straits but the imagery is amazing and there's something nostalgic about it that takes me back to my comic loving days. Also love that it celebrates difference. Corking.
Re-read after becoming a die-hard fan fo the series, 5/9/18:
I'm going nuts here. I feel so sorry for grandpa. I love Lying cat. I can't believe how good this The Will still looks! And all the introductions of characters who... *sob* *sniffle*... this is almost too much for me right now.
Truly a quiet piece of genius, now that I've read this far. It's pacing is great and its characters are all fantastic. The deep subversion vibe of that romance novel has got the shivers running dow ...more