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Graphic Novel Review: Saga, Vol. 4


Saga, Vol. 4 by Brian K Vaughan and Illustrated by Fiona Staples 
Series: Saga, #3
Genre: Science Fiction | Graphic Novels | Fantasy
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 152 pages
Source: Library
Published on December 17th 2014 by Image Comics
Brian K. Vaughan: Website Goodreads

Fiona Staples: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Saga is the sweeping tale of one young family fighting to find their place in the universe. As they visit a strange new world and encounter even more adversaries, baby Hazel finally becomes a toddler, while her star-crossed parents Marko and Alana struggle to stay on their feet.
Collecting: Saga 19-24.

I didn’t enjoy this one as much as the earlier volumes. Art was amazing as always but I never really like time jumps, especially this one since we get right away some drama.

It’s sad when my favorite part is when the lying cat appears for few seconds. Usually I love Marko and Alana’s scenes the most but I even enjoyed the parts with Prince IV more than those ‘romantic’ ones.

I don’t like how Alana acted in this one at all. She’s the one who wanted to have a job and now she’s in her dream job but blames Marko for it.


Thankfully Marko and Alana didn’t split up like I thought they would. I’m exited to see Marko and Prince working together in the next volume to find their families.

I’ll still keep reading this. I just hope they’ll go back to as good as volume 3 was.

3 stars

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