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|
|Number of Pages||:||152 pages|
Saga, Vol. 6 Reviews
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
YOOOOOO THAT ENDING
Still really enjoying this story and the characters. Still think the nude scenes feel invasive and serve little purpose.
I’ve generally enjoyed Saga from the outset, but reading the past few volumes has made me feel a little bit like a first-time guest at a clown orgy: a little bit intrigued, very perplexed as to how such acts can be carried out by so many people in a very small car, a little bit horrified, and just generally bewildered (and, perhaps, the slightest bit aroused). I’m happy to report that Vol. 6 is a welcome return to form, and I’m no longer contemplating anything that involves the words “Bozo” and ...more
Crappy, short review time. I liked this one. Hazel is so cute and she may be my favorite thing about this as she gets older. I also loved her teacher, Noreen. Sooo sweet my dried up, shriveled heart actually cracked a little bit. I love everyone that is backing up and protecting Hazel.
The Will getting fat on the hallucinogenic food was funny.
I'm not really a fan of the tabloid guys plot, though. Meh.
Petrichor should make things interesting.
It's rare that a comic (or a story in any medium, really) can skip forward in time while maintaining narrative tension. But this volume of Saga does it. It breaks this rule as it breaks so many others, and it comes out on the other side, shining and smelling like a rose.
Seriously. This comic is like a master's class in how to write compelling, long-term, emotional character arcs. Vaughan is probably the best comic writer in the business these days. There's nothing he produces that doesn't absolu ...more
Each volume just gets better and better
This review contains *spoilers*.
I love these graphic novels, so it definitely took a lot of patience waiting for all the issues in this volume to come out. (But it was worth it!!)
I seriously missed these characters so damn much. My love for this series grows with each issue. And I’m completely in love with the love Alana and Marko have for one another and their family.
In volume 6 the search for Hazel continues throughout heart-stopping moments. I felt deeply for Alana and Marko as parents that ...more