Saga, Book One

Saga, Book One


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Saga, Book One by Brian K. Vaughan

"It's easy to run out of accolades for this superb series... The dialogue is smart, arch and always rings true, and the visuals, rendered digitally, are alluring and inventive. The Stalk, an eight-eyed, eight-limbed female bounty hunter, remains a creepy favorite." -The New York Times

At long last, a deluxe hardcover of the Hugo Award-winning Saga is finally on its way! Collecting the first three trade paperbacks (issues #1-18) of the smash-hit series, this massive edition features a striking new cover, as well as special extras, including never-before-seen sketches, script pages, and a roundtable discussion with the creators about how Saga is really made. Altogether,
this hardcover contains over 500 pages for less than fifty bucks! Written by
Eisner Award-winning "Best Writer" Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man,
The Private Eye) and drawn by Harvey Award-winning "Best Artist" Fiona
Staples (Mystery Society, North 40) Saga is the story of
Hazel, a child born to star-crossed parents from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war. Now, Hazel's fugitive family must risk everything to find a peaceful future in a harsh universe that values destruction over creation.

Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson return with an
Eisner Award-nominated modern fantasy where gods are the ultimate pop stars and pop stars are the ultimate gods. Revel in the opulence of this over-sized hardback! Revel in it! Collects issues 1 through 11.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632150783
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 12/02/2014
Series: Brian K. Vaughan's Saga Series
Edition description: Deluxe
Pages: 504
Sales rank: 37,747
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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Saga: Book One 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's rare that I leave a review but this book is definitely worth it. It's not just for sci-fi fans. The book perfectly blends different genres and all with rich and diverse characters (and I mean REALLY diverse) in an equally rich and diverse universe. Even better that the art is fantastic and the writing is realistic in dialogue. Looking for adventure and romance and awesome plots and even more awesome characters? This is for you. You won't be disappointed and will definitely want to keep reading.
vampirefaerie More than 1 year ago
This is a story like so many and yet unlike anything you have heard of before. It is about love, strength, action, revenge, murder, it has bounty hunters called 'freelancers', ghosts, aliens of all types, and so much more. This is the story of Hazel and it will keep you reading and wanting more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dont know how long it’s been since a graphic novel wrapped me in like this did
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Romeo & Juliet + Lord of the Rings + Star Wars + an R-Rating = Saga....or at least that's how I describe the series...
AhLin More than 1 year ago
Great collection of volumes. The story is well written with interesting characters and great character development. The pages are high quality with amazing art. Worth every dime.
Masked_Monkey More than 1 year ago
Not yet compatible with windows 10 if you are using the nook app.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This comic book series is on par with game of thrones and that makes me wish for a TV series adaption of it. First off this series is not for kids as there is a lot of gory violence, sexual content, graphic nudity, and strong language and some drug use. However it has a lot of interesting and unforgettable characters. Its game of thrones like plot makes the series unpredictable as you are not going to know who is going to die and there is little to no foreshadowing on who is going to die and how it is going to come. Some unforgettable characters includes a robot with a tv screen for a head and dresses in colonial era clothes as well as a very adorable and naive alien who looks a lot like a baby harp seal named Ghus. I think Ghus is going to steal a lot of the show in this series because of his cuteness and lovability. The series two protagonists, Alana and Marko also have a lot to fight for as they try to struggle through power hungry villains, hazardous ordeals of nature, racism, war, temptation, and for Marko a lot of violence. I recommend this series for any sci fi fan who is 18 or older because this comic is not for kids and teens
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