Saga #1

    Saga » Saga #1 - Chapter One released by Image on March 1, 2012.

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    Chapter One last edited by TRVZN on 01/27/23 04:41AM View full history

    Y: THE LAST MAN writer BRIAN K. VAUGHAN returns to comics with red-hot artist FIONA STAPLES for an all-new ONGOING SERIES! Star Wars-style action collides with Game of Thrones-esque drama in this original sci-fi/fantasy epic for mature readers, as new parents Marko and Alana risk everything to raise their child amidst a never-ending galactic war. The adventure begins in a spectacular DOUBLE-SIZED FIRST ISSUE, with forty-four pages of story with no ads for the regular price of just $2.99!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreatorsSidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverFiona Staples1
    VarC2E2 Diamond Retailer Summit 2012 Exclusive Variant (Limited to 500 copies)Fiona Staples6

    2nd Print

    Second Printing CoverFiona Staples8
    3rd PrintThird Printing CoverFiona Staples7
    4th PrintFourth Printing CoverFiona Staples5

    5th Print

    Fifth Printing CoverFiona Staples4
    RENerd Store Exclusive Turkish EditionFiona Staples2
    RENerd Store Exclusive Turkish Variant EditionFiona Staples3

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    4.6 stars

    Average score of 6 user reviews

    Very Weird. But Promising. 0

    I just stepped into a comic book shop for the first time in a long while to pick up the first issue of Saga. Judging just by the cover, which shows a horned man, and a winged woman who is nursing a baby, I knew it was probably going to be a bit stranger than what I would normally pick up. But Brian K. Vaughn hasn't ever disappointed me before so I gave it a shot.I'll start by saying what everyone else already knows. This is a double-sized issue, and it doesn't have a single ad. And it's still ju...

    15 out of 15 found this review helpful.

    What the eff did I just read? 0

    What the eff did I just read? I was just browsing through my comic shop's shelves, looking for some Avengers Vs X-Men titles tie-ins that aren't on my pull list when I saw Saga. The name rang a bell, like something I should be checking out. The clean, simple, and mostly white cover drew my attention. The characters seemed like something out of WoW, which isn't normally my cup of tea. I'm not a huge fantasy person - the only fantasy series I've ever read is Discworld and that's almost like callin...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    My Saga Issue One Review 0

    As Vaughan builds up the universe in this issue, Staples takes us along for the ride. The pencils jump off the page (almost as if they are in 3D) to bring these characters, creatures and settings to life. I realize that a lot of the backgrounds are sparse or absent, but the expressions on the characters' faces and the details in the creations easily overcome that subtle flaw. Visually, this is a great book.I wouldn't describe this book as Star Wars at all. Star Wars was a band of characters gett...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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