Book Review: Saga Volume 2 by Brian K. Vaughan

Title: Saga, Volume 2
Author: Brian K. Vaughan (writer), Fiona Staples (artist)
Published: 2013
Language: English
Pages: 144
Rating: 4/5

This is the second volume in the Saga graphic novels series. You can read my review on the first one here. This review might contain spoilers.

Thanks to her kick-ass parents, Hazel has survived assassins, armies and monsters, but an even bigger adventures lies ahead...

A great continuation from the first book in this series. I really liked learning more about the past of the characters, and we get an even bigger understanding of our narrator, Hazel.

The artwork is, as in the first one, really great. I especially enjoyed the action scenes.

I especially enjoyed learning more about the world, and the ongoing war. I also really like that the characters have these "normal" problems in between all of this, as it brings a little relief (comical and otherwise).

As with the first one, I am left wanting more!

I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys science fiction and great artwork. It does contain graphic sexual scenes, so it is better suited for a mature audience.

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  1. Graphic sexual scenes , more than 50 Shadows of Grey ? .

    1. As I haven't read 50 Shades of Grey, I wouldn't know, but what I mean is that there is nudity and sex in it, and as it is a graphic novel, it is, as you can understand, graphic :)


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