Tag Archives: Science Fantasy

Review of Saga vols. 4 and 5 by Brian K. Vaughan

I think I am officially over Saga.  What you see has always been what you get with Saga: inventive worldbuilding, always beautiful and often arresting art, and a thoughtful meditation on parenting and family marred by college stoner philosophizing and … Continue reading

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Review of Saga vol. 3 by Brian K. Vaughan

Volume 3 of Saga continues the story of star-crossed lovers from enemy peoples caught in an endless, bitter war, with a step up in quality from the first two (already good) volumes. Back are ram-horned Marko and insect-winged Alana, along … Continue reading

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Review of Saga vol. 2 by Brian K. Vaughan

Volume 2 of Saga continues the story of star-crossed lovers from enemy peoples caught in an endless, bitter war. And it is the story of their child, born at the beginning of Volume 1. When Volume 1 ended, Alana, an … Continue reading

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Review of Saga vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan

Taking 21st Century, Western ideals and cultural mores and simply slapping them on a speculative fiction setting is frequently decried as bad writing, but it has its place. One of the great virtues of speculative fiction, after all, is that … Continue reading

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