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Saga Volume 7 (Saga, 7) Paperback – April 4, 2017
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Collects issues 37 through 42.
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- Publisher : Image Comics; Illustrated edition (April 4, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 152 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1534300600
- ISBN-13 : 978-1534300606
- Reading age : 16 years and up
- Item Weight : 11 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.5 x 0.4 x 10.1 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #48,414 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Saga is easily one of my top favorite series and this collection brought me to my knees. Once again nailing social and family issues that pull you along with beautifully stunning artwork.
With the family reunited and faced with more challenges, I guess it was a great time to rip out our hearts and stomp on it for good measure. Not very often do I get emotional about fictional characters, but when the writer and artist have you relating to almost every character, it is impossible to avoid connecting with them. Only this amount of connection allowed them to yank my heart out and carry it around like a broken toy for a few days.
This high conflict and character driven story continues to amaze me. The amount of real world problems that face Alana and Marko on every page is beautifully woven into a fantasy universe, creating a remarkable combination.
This is an amazing story and I cannot wait for more.
This seventh installment is truly a masterpiece, and one of the most impactful graphic novels I’ve ever read. The ending of this is true and utter perfection, and the emotional range that Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples are able to evoke is truly something I don’t have words for. This but seventh volume truly shows why Saga is one of the best graphic works in existence.
And this volume really talks about heaven and hell and believing and not knowing. All six issues really have the theme of what if there is something better after this life? What if there is something worse? What if there is nothing at all? And we get to see so many people live their lives feeling very differently on the spectrum, while also seeing it shape their lives entirely.
We get to see some amazing new characters in this, but we also are forced to say goodbye to many. All the volumes in this world can get pretty dark, but this one especially has some major content and trigger warnings for sexual content, violence, attempted suicide, death, murder, an animal death, talk of miscarrying, and war themes. Please use caution going into this bind-up.
And it feels extra heartbreaking because you only want the best for these characters, after seeing them go through such horrific things for the last six volumes, all because two people, from two different races, decided to fall in love.
I love the 'Saga' series. Its weird and refreshing yet somehow relate-able to our current political and world climate. If you're reading a review for this (Volume 7) it would be safe to assume you're familiar with the Saga series and I wont go into much detail as this just continues the plot. For those who ARENT familiar with Saga, go buy the other 6 volumes, totally worth it!
One gripe I have: similar to Game of Thrones there is so much despair and death that you have to be a bit of a sadist to keep reading Saga. I understand the need to keep things realistic and how not everything will turn out OK, but it seems every volume is 1 step forward, 2 steps back sort of deal.
Still, I love Saga no matter how many times it punches me in the gut.