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Saga Will End With Issue #108; Plus: The Cover to that 1,400 Page TPB

Saga Will End With Issue #108; Plus: The Cover to that 1,400 Page TPB

Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples, will be coming to an end If course, we already knew that, but now we know exactly when Entertainment Weekly scored an EX-X-XCLUSIVE cover reveal for Saga: Compendium One, the massive tome which collects issue #1-54 of the fan-favorite series, currently on hiatus In their article, however, EW also revealed[...]

'Real Time with Bill Maher': Why the 'Iron Man 3' Actor's Comics "New Rules" is Old Hate [OPINION]

Writers and comics creators such as Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Chris Claremont, Fiona Staples, Gail Simone, and Rumiko Takahashi took Maher to task for his simplistic views on comics' history of challenging social norms and political movements.Simone summed up what she saw were Maher's intentions on Twitter: dismissed Maher's “trolling” almost as a form of[...]

Saga #54 cover by Fiona Staples

Saga #54 Review: Why Would You Do This to Me, Vaughan and Staples?

Marko will have to beat The Will if he is to make it back to his family.[caption id="attachment_892149" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Saga #54 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Saga #54 is the last issue before the hiatus we reported upon a few days back (which is also announced in the letters page of Saga #54) Brian K[...]

Saga #54 cover by Fiona Staples

Saga Going on Indefinite Hiatus After Issue #54

According to the letters columns of Saga #54, this week's issue of Image Comics' second best-selling comic series will be put on hiatus indefinitely.[caption id="attachment_892149" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Saga #54 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Brian K Vaughan, writer of the series, states that the series will be returning for #55, but, according to the message, both Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples "Feel[...]

Saga #53 cover by Fiona Staples

Saga #53 Review: That Ending, Though

Meanwhile, Prince Robot tries to negotiate with the Will.[caption id="attachment_872976" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Saga #53 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Saga #53 is a nice palette cleanser after reading Wicked + Divine #37 Where the latter seems to be buying into its own reputation, Saga is a book that has gone on even longer but is still trying[...]

Saga #52 cover by Fiona Staples

Saga #52 Review: Family Troubles for the Robots

Elsewhere on the island, the Will has escaped from the other bounty hunter and his on the move himself.[caption id="attachment_858855" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Saga #52 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Saga #52 brings the familial conflict between Prince Robot and Squire to a head, with the Squire finally getting tired of how his father treats him.His actions aren’t[...]

Saga #51 cover by Fiona Staples

Saga #51 Review: I Dream of Robots

Unfortunately, Squire triggers some intense anger out of Prince Robot.Also, Marko is writing a novella! Also, someone is looking for these refugees.[caption id="attachment_835720" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Saga #51 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Saga #51 continues its ever-impressive run with an intense and complicated emotion-driven issue for Prince Robot, Marko, and Hazel The opening scene between Squire and[...]

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter, Week of 03/28/18

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter, Week of 03/28/18: Just Read Terrifics #2 Instead

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter returns in a timely fashion this week, and we actually talk about comics that came out this week! Applaud us, because I'm bad at keeping schedules and general competence. Jeremy Konrad is my sole co-host this week again (hopefully Eliot will be back soon), and we continue our hot streak of actually staying focused […]

ComiXology Bestseller List: Saga #50 cover by Fiona Staples

Saga #50 Review: Uneventful but the Characters Can Carry It

Meanwhile, Squire says his goodbyes to Ghus.[caption id="attachment_817580" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Saga #50 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]As you may have guessed from my inclusion of this comic in Comics for Your Pull Box this past Sunday, I expected this to be something of a landmark issue for Saga The summary for the book on ComiXology implied[...]

Saga Gets An Entire Wave Of Funko Pops!

Vaughn and Fiona Staples has been a fan-favorite and commercial success for years now This is arguably one of the most anticipated announcements they could have made Let's get to it. Saga Funko Pops [gallery columns="2" size="full" ids="736653,736662,736661,736660,736659,736657"] Saga, the epic space opera/fantasy comic book series created by acclaimed writer Brian K Vaughan and award-winning artist Fiona Staples, is coming to[...]

Top Ten Theories About The End Of Today's Saga #44

So I'm not going to run the ending of Saga #44 by Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples published by Image Comics today for the very reasonable price of $2.99, although over ten times the price of the previous issue But I am going to run a few theories that only make sense if you've actually[...]

Brian K. Vaughan On Runaways, Y: The Last Man, And Saga Adaptations?!

Should have some very cool news about another adaptation soon. And finally, on bringing Saga, the sexually explicit space opera by Vaughan and Fiona Staples that stands as an industry leader for creator owned comics, to the big or small screen: Maybe when the story is finished? I think Fiona and I are both open to Saga possibly being[...]

The Wildstorm 25th Anniversary Project With Full Visual UPDATE – Fiona Staples, Lee Bermejo, Jim Lee, Bryan Hitch, J Scott Campbell, Warren Ellis And More –

Coming from DC Comics.Wildstorm later this year and announced at Wondercon, the Wildstorm 25th Anniversary comic book.A 200 page hardcover collection, including classic works, and early works of Fiona Staples, Sean Phillips and Lee Bermejo But there are new stories too A Brandon Choi and Jim Lee WildC.A.T.S story A Jeff Scott Campbell Gen 13 story,[...]

A Reunited Family's Next Adventure! Saga #37 Begins The War For Phang: Part One

Vaughan, with art by Fiona Staples This new story arc is entitled The War for Phang: Part One, and is a self contained event that Vaughan and Staples have been building to since their first issue.[WARNING: SPOILERS FOR SAGA #37 BELOW!]Boy, does it start off with a bang Within the first few minutes of the issue we learn[...]

Brian K. Vaughan Talks Saga Vol. 6 And Other Things You Should Read

Vaughan commented on the release praising his fellow Saga creator Fiona Staples.[embed][/embed]As you can see, he also mentions a few other books...well...subtly anyway It's interesting to see all of his Image Comics stuff together in one picture. Paper Girls is already into its second ARC, so I'm sure the comic has a bright future ahead[...]

A Few Thoughts About The Upcoming Saga Arc

During the annual Saga hiatus, I'm desperate for a taste of what the future holds. Thankfully July's Previews World gave me something to look forward to. [WARNING: SPOILERS FOR SAGA BELOW!] A war is coming. The next chapter of Saga is a self-contained story arc, and based on the cover, it will be an intense one. The creative team […]

Bring Out The Tissues: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Saga #36

Vaughan, with art by Fiona Staples I don't understand why anyone would ever not want to read the new issue of Saga, but if you need some are three...[WARNING: SPOILERS FOR SAGA #36 BELOW!]One: Ghus has always been such an entertaining character to watch, but he is especially epic in this issue[...]

The Most Fascinating "Alliance" In Saga #35

Vaughan, with art by Fiona Staples. This comic has gone through such a journey and it still manages to surprise me time and time again We all know that paths have been crossing, people are separated, the usual...but I just can't get over the fascinating alliance of Marko, Alana, and Prince Robot IV While there are so many[...]