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Saga, Vol. 5 (Saga #5)

Multiple storylines collide in this cosmos-spanning new volume. While Gwendolyn and Lying Cat risk everything to find a cure for The Will, Marko makes an uneasy alliance with Prince Robot IV to find their missing children, who are trapped on a strange world with terrifying new enemies.Collecting: Saga 25-30 ...

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ISBN : 9781632154385
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Number of Pages : 152 pages
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Saga, Vol. 5 (Saga #5) Reviews

  • Matthew

    Volume 5 was a very entertaining entry in the Saga saga (I have been wanting to use that one for awhile!) Lots of twists, turns, reunions, separations, cliffhangers, deaths, cool weapons, strange creatures, fascinating planets, and general debauchery.

    The first few volumes of this did not sell me, but now I am very into this series and I look forward to continuing!

  • Megan Johnson

    After reading Volume 4, I immediately had to pick up Volume 5. When this ends, I'm going to be so sad because it's just THAT GOOD.

    Admittedly though, this was my least favorite of the volumes thus far. It's not that it wasn't fantastic and entertaining, I just felt like not as much happened. But you know what, all of this set-up is bound to mean that something awesome is coming and that's well worth it.

    I give it 4 out of 5 stars not because it isn't an incredible work, but because compared to t

  • Will M.

    I honestly don't know how this series will get better in the future. Volume 2-3 for me were the peak of the series, and volume 4 slightly resulted to decline. This fifth volume was not that bad, because it brought out an even more weird side to the series. What's running inside my head though is that how could this improve even more, enough for me to give it a five star rating? Hopefully volume 6 could answer that.

    This volume brought out Vaughan's weird side even more. I liked how they were on a

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  • Steph Sinclair

    Oh man, I need the next volume NOW!

  • Kemper

    I've run out of ways to praise Saga at this point so I'll just say that it continues to be one of the most entertaining, creative, funny, heartbreaking, profane, graphically violent, and well drawn comics I've read.

  • Raeleen Lemay

    Not quite as good as the first four, but still a solid addition to the series.