Saga #10 Review –

Saga #10 Cover ArtSaga #10 Review Short Version: There’s not much left to say about the work Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples do on Saga. Saga #10 is really no different. It’s another great issue, it’s as easy as that. Relationships continue to evolve in interesting ways, all of the characters are interesting and Brian K. Vaughan is clearly not afraid to piss his fans off.

Saga #10 Writer: Brian K. Vaughan

Saga #10 Artist: Fiona Staples

Saga #10 Review

First, let’s get this out of the way: If you’ve been reading Saga, say you recently picked up the first trade or you’re catching up or just haven’t read this issue yet let me tell you: The end of Saga #10 is probably going to anger you. A lot. The series’ unpredictability is part of its charm. Vaughan isn’t afraid to mess with the status quo. I’m not even sure there is a status quo. In any case, Saga #10 gives us relationship building galore. Marko and Alana, Alana and Barr and, while Marko and his mother might not be evolving the tone is certainly being set. All of this while searching for Izabel, their incorporeal babysitter after a fashion, on a planet they have recently been told is going to ‘hatch.’ Oh, yeah, and The Will and Gwendolen are hot on their trial. Every page is great. Every page. There’s always something interesting going on. Saga #10 just continues Saga‘s run as one of the best comics on the market and the most impressive thing is that it is a series that appears to just be getting better as it finds its tone and stride.

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27. February 2013 by Michael
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