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Saga, Vol. 2

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
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ISBN : 9781607066927
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 160 pages
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Saga, Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Bradley

    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.

    Original review:

    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

  • Bangadybangz

    Loving this series so far! It's bizarre as hell, but AMAZING! Reminds me a lot of the old Star Wars movies.

  • Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘

    Edit 06/14 : Reread before Volume 3 (always fucking fantastic)

    Mesdames et Messieurs, I'm pleased to announce that... this awesomeness of a book is my first 5-stars rating for a graphic novel! Prepare yourself for the love!

    Remember how I was amazed by the storyline of the first Volume? Scratch that : this one is even better. That's simple, we never seem to be able to breathe the whole time and the alternative POV bring more tension to the story, until we just can't put it down. Moreover, Hazel


  • Amanda

    In the first 6 issues of Saga (which comprised volume 1 of the trade edition), Brian K. Vaughan threw in enough weird ass shit to keep me in a delightfully perpetual state of "what the hell was that?" So much so that I worried the inventiveness might eventually wear thin, begin to feel as though it's trying too hard (as I sometimes feel with China Mieville's Dial H), or simply create such a labyrinthine mythology that it's just not worth trying to puzzle it all out. The second 6 issues have defi ...more

  • Nat

    This comic book is an incredible adventure right from page 1.

    I seriously could not put this story down. It made me laugh, smile, and even tear up at one point (Barr…).

    I never knew what to expect from the incredible ensemble of characters and I think that made the plot that more epic.

    The chemistry between all of the characters is phenomenal.

    Izabel, Gwendolyn, and of course Alana are so damn badass.

    And that ending was AMAZING.

    Why have I waited so long to read this series?

    On to the next volume!


  • Patrick

    Dear Mr. Vaughan,

    I do not know what process you go though to produce comics like these. I do not know what dark alchemy you perform, what infernal pacts you have agreed to, what terrifying drugs you must imbibe. I have no idea what arcane rituals you must perform every day, what odd odd habits of diet and exorcize you must maintain to keep your mind limber and sparking, to write things like this.

    I just wanted to say, whatever it is you're doing, please keep doing it.



  • Lola

    ‘‘Never worry what other people think of you, because no one ever thinks of you.’’

    Give me an S! Give me an A! Give me a G! How about another A?

    … SAGA all the way. Oh man, I was never that into comics. Sure, there’s a couple I came to enjoy, such as Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 1, The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 1: The Faust Act… but I never felt so attached to that of a bundle of characters in a same series. I’m thinking, and thinking, and truth is that I love ev

  • Kemper

    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