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Saga Volume 3
by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer), Fiona Staples (Artist)
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Too many feels in this volume. Can't wait for volume 4. ( )
The only problem with these is that I have to wait for the next one. Fantastic.
I read the last two volumes (plus everything but the last issue of Volume 5) of this series in a catch-up during last week so it's all in a blur for me. I have so many feelings about all the relationships that take place between these people. The importance of politics, and the staleness of it, when you become too removed from your own wars, if they are being fought a world away from you, only mentioned in your news. The families, both the main one, and the two secondaries. The characters who struggle to remain together and those who end up dying too soon. I am still dying to know where this series takes us, especially with some of the ominous "not for years from now" promise the narrator has already given us.
Wow. Another fast paced, hard hitting volume. My head is all over the places because I never know how to cheer for.
If Saga were published as one large tome instead of multiple volumes, I doubt I'd be nope-ing out at this point but here we are. Too much violence for my current mental state and volume 4 will not get a chance to impress.
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Saga (collects 13-18)
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"New parents Marko and Alana travel to an alien world to visit their hero, while the family's pursuers finally close in on their targets" --
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