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The Will finally has a good day.

Written by Brian K. Vaughan with art by Fiona Staples, The Will demonstrates why he is the deadliest Freelancer money can buy and makes a new friend, is reunited with an old one, and gets a lead on Alana and Marko's whereabouts.

The story is reprinted in Saga, Volume Two.

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That's why I don't trust reviews 0

Saga's universe is as big as the galaxy that Vaughan spawned and, having a big character cast such as it has, it's easy not to miss some of our major characters when you can read about The Will, a bounty hunter that, paradoxilly, has a great deal of honor and feelings of compassion and justice. This is one of best things about this book, the duality of the characters, the fact that they don't have quite an established alliegence, that they can choose from a variety of action course and Vaughn kn...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Where There's A Will... 0

We take a break from the Alana and Marko story to focus on The Will.Earlier when visiting the "interesting" Sextillion, The Will came across a young girl, who is being imprisoned as a sex slave. Dark stuff. While trying to hunt down Alana and Marko, The Will has also been trying to find a way to save the young girl. He's a bounty hunter with a heart of gold....and a truth detector cat.At the end of the last issue we get introduced to Marko's ex, Gwendolyn. Gwendolyn is a bad ass, even without ha...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

And you thought Boba Fett was bad-ass... 0

Thus far, The Will, along with trustee sidekick, Lying Cat (tied with Pizza Dog for the position of my favorite comic book character), have been hired by The Narrative to kill Marko, who deserted his post as one of their foot soldiers, and Alana, for whom he betrayed them, and to bring back Hazel, Marko and Alana's daughter, alive and unharmed. Unfortunately, the Coalition Forces of Landfall have similar designs, and in the course of pursuing the fugitive parents, Prince Robot IV runs afoul of T...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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