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Brian K. Vaughan

4.2 of 5 Votes: 1
Books by Brian K. Vaughan
Saga, Vol. 1 (2012)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 3
Saga is a violent space opera science-fiction romp with explicit sex scenes and a whole lot of randomness. It has a high shock factor, and probably shouldn't be read in class or at work. Or any public place for that matter. (Really, don't do it. It will get you VERY weird looks.) Gimmicks aside, ...
Saga. Capítulo uno (2012)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 2
Reading this reminds me of watching the pilot episode of a TV show. They simply introduce you to the situation and all these characters. You don't question anything and just go with it. I did do that until they introduced THE Will and THE Stalker. My first impression was they're rivals so obvious...
Saga, Volume 1 (2012)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 2
This is my first graphic novel and honestly this novel really made me interested in reading more graphic novels. But of course I need to finish this series first. The art is just so beautiful and I love every single character in this. Which is rare for me when I read books. Brian K Vaughan writin...
Saga #1 (2012)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 1
NOT LONG ENOUGH. WHICH IS MY PROBLEM WITH MOST COMICS. K got me into this series; it's very rich world-building, unrelated to most things I've seen before, and has great storytelling, foreshadowing, and a very strong narrative voice in the main character, who in this book is a newly-born infant. ...
Saga, Vol. 2 (2013)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 1
I very much enjoyed how the second volume of Saga fleshes out the characters some more. Alana, our leading lady, is fabulously written. I love how Saga is more concerned with love within a family, and devotion towards loved ones rather than the falling in romantic love most fiction focusses on. T...
Saga, Volume Two (2013)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 4
I am really enjoying who these characters are turning out to be. I have stated my reservations in my review of the first volume, and so far, this one I've found even more compelling. I like who The Will is turning out to be as an antagonist. Prince Robot IV is most sinister among the cast of a...
Saga. Capítulo dos (2013)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 4
I cannot get over how much I love this series. It is one of the most amazing and unique stories I have ever read, and probably will ever read. The art is absolutely f*@#ing stunning and I sit here drooling and smiling and making that face when you love something a lot, and I wish I'd bought all t...
Saga, Vol. 3 (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 3
Fiona Staples is amazing. I'm completely stunned by her ability to capture so much personality and meaning in facial expressions and body language. Stunned.The third installment is a break from the action-packed preceding volumes, but I don't think it takes away from the enjoyment value at all....
Saga. Capítulo tres (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 1
Welll, this volume is a tad slower than the first two, giving more emphasis on exposition and setting up for the next arc, but the masterpiece quality of Vaughan's writing and Staples' art earns thia volume five stars. The new characters introduced get more and more interesting as tgeir stories t...
Saga tome 3 (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 3
Reprints Saga #13-18 (August 2013-January 2014). Alana and Marko have travelled to Quietus to find D. Oswald Heist, the man who wrote the novel that inspired their love. Hiding on Quietus with Marko’s mother Klara, their spirit nanny Izabel, and their child Hazel, Alana and Marko feel that the ...
Saga, Volume 3 (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 2
Again Alana and Marko are evading capture and end up staying on Quietus. I thought this one was a lot sadder than the previous one because of events that happened. Again it was funny especially with Marko's mom and Gwendolyn showing up. I was shocked by the Will's storyline because I really like ...
Saga. Capítulo cuatro (2014)
4.54 of 5 Votes: 5
Really enjoying this story. Some of the threads are a little weird, but the main story of Marko and Alana is heartbreaking and heartwarming. Despite being dubious at the start, Izabel has quickly become my favourite character. I love the family dynamic Saga achieves, and weird balance it reaches ...
Ex Machina #10 - Fin de mandato (2000)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 3
I've mostly waited to render up stars until getting through the 10th volume. I thought the first 5 volumes held up well. Then there began to be too many mysterious red herrings crossing the Great Machine's path. By the end I thought the story had gotten lost among those extraneous fishes on their...
Ex Machina, Vol. 10: Term Limits (2010)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 5
Now that was a wow of an ending. The story arc with the Big Bad gets wrapped up cleanly enough. There's a lot of talk of alternate universes, but no definitive explanations. I don't necessarily mind this, as that always seemed like an awkward plot device anyway.But then the story continues, as Hu...
Saga, Volume 4 (2014)
4.52 of 5 Votes: 2
hahaha that sure was a front page to open up on a crowded buswhat am i seeing? WAIT, shit, is anyone looking at me right now? TURN PAGE IMMEDIATELY(this volume begins with a close up of a tv woman giving birth. it's one heck of a moment when your brain interprets what's on the page)anyways at thi...
Saga Deluxe Edition, Volume 1 (2014)
4.73 of 5 Votes: 2
What a amazing hard cover. This is the way I want to experience Saga. (So I guess I will have to wait until the next deluxe appears. ) Fiona and Brian have together created a beautiful and interesting world that is worthy of all the praise it has been getting for a while now. The insight of the c...
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