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Saga, Vol. 7 (Saga #7)

From the worldwide bestselling team of Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan, The War for Phang is an epic, self-contained Saga event! Finally reunited with her ever-expanding family, Hazel travels to a war-torn comet that Wreath and Landfall have been battling over for ages. New friendships are forged and others are lost forever in this action-packed volume about families, combat and the refugee experience. Collecting: Saga 37-42...

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ISBN : 9781534300606
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 152 pages
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Saga, Vol. 7 (Saga #7) Reviews

  • HFK

    I read seventh volume of Saga as single issues, the extra material may vary from the full volume that collects the issues 37 to 42 .

    After the sixth volume I wondered will my journey with Saga come to an end sooner than I had expected due to lack of many things I had learned to appreciate in the previous volumes. To my great surprise, seventh volume continues the strong chemistry-wise storytelling that ties up wonderfully when combining multiple older characters to new, intriguing personalities

  • Megan Johnson

    Overall, this is another solid installment within the Saga series. But compared to the others, I don't feel like it totally lived up to them. Of course, I'm not saying that because it was bad - it totally wasn't at all. I just felt like it was far less action packed.

    Should you read it? If you've read the others, I doubt that's even a question. Absolutely. Yes. Without question. And if you havent read the others, go read them too. This is a fantastic graphic series that I think anyone and everyo

  • Saania Zee Jamal ϟ

    That ending. That goddamn ending. Hit me worse than all the sucker punches of cliffhangers from before.


    But on a brighter note, I'm so so happy to be reunited with my favourite gang of craven deserters masquerading as peacemongers!

    And precious new ones too...

    (view spoiler)

    As always, Saga continues to blow my expectations through the roof with its nonstop action, wit and grit.

    Characters come and characters go

  • Lola

    Get ready to say goodbye to some beloved characters.

    And be introduced to others. There’s always a risk for authors who introduce new characters in their stories and kill old ones: the reader might not like them, connect to them or find them as interesting as the dead ones.

    But it’s not because there’s a risk that the author should never do it. In fact, Brian K. Vaughan introduces new characters in every new volume of Saga. And impressively enough, I don’t believe there is one I wished he never c

  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

    4.5 stars

    2016 was the year of the graphic novel for me--between Fables and Monstress , I was well and truly hooked, but it was Brian K. Vaughan's SAGA that blew my mind and showed me that, similar to (good) poetry, graphic novels could pack all the insights and feelings of a first person POV full-length novel into a third of the pages and an even smaller fraction of the words.

    So I've been looking forward to Volume 7 ever since I binge read 1 - 6 last July.

    I'm actually

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    So freaking sad :'(

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Re-read 1/23/18: My heart is broken all over again :(

    Original read 4/24/17: This volume was one of the most heart wrenching, most hopeless things I have ever read. I'm so sad :(

  • Jedi JC Daquis

    Why do we love Saga this much?

    This question can absolutely never be answered with shitty answers like "the art's damn beautiful" or "the story is great". Sure those are the attributes of this graphic literature by Brian Vaughan and Fiona Staples, but you cannot give justice and won't be able to fully describe how good Saga is with those one-line descriptions. That is how f*ckin great this series is. So if you haven't read it, my god, can you just buy and read it?

    Volume seven embodies all I love