Saga #21 Review

Saga #21 Written by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples Review by Mike Duke We are now deep into the 4th chapter of Saga, which really feels more like a second season than a continuation. Since the end ... Read More...

Saga #17 Review

Saga #17 Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Fiona Staples Review by Patrick Brennan As great as Saga has been since its return to the comic stands four months ago, its meticulous buildup towards the s... Read More...

Saga #15 Review

Saga #15 Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Fiona Staples Letters & Design: Fonografiks Review by Patrick Brennan Heads Up: A few small spoilers have been seen lurking in these waters. Yarr... Read More...

Saga #13 Review

Saga #13 Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Fiona Staples Letters: Fonografiks Review by Patrick Brennan   “Right, where were we?” After what felt like an excruciatingly long hiatus (but... Read More...

Saga #10 Review

Saga #10 Story by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples Review by Mara Whiteside   Some issues have the power to draw you in quick and keep you coming back for more. Vaughan demonstrates h... Read More...

Saga #9 Review

Saga #9 Story by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples Review by Mara Whiteside   From the cover to the final page in the Letters column, Saga #9 keeps its readers invested in the lives ... Read More...

Saga #8 Review

Saga #8 Story by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples Review by Mara Whiteside   Saga always leaves me speechless. Vaughan has the power to take a story and have it just stab you right ... Read More...

Hey Marvel, Bring Back Runaways!

Hey Marvel, Bring Back Runaways! Written by Steve Seigh Do you remember those boring dinner parties your parents used to bring you to while you were growing up? It doesn't have to be in a fancy house or... Read More...

Saga #5 Review

Saga #5 Story by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples Review by Mara Whiteside   If you are not reading Saga, you are missing out. Plain and simple. Right from the get-go, this series h... Read More...