Graphic Novel Review: Saga Vol. 2 by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples

Just when Alana and Marko thought they were going to get a small break on their new ship, Marko's parents show up and blast their babysitter away, and Marko and his mother venture to a nearby planetoid to get her back while Alana gets to know her father-in-law. Meanwhile, The Will ends up with a new partner in his quest to save Slave Girl and hunt down the star-crossed lovers.

Graphic Novel Review: Saga Vol. 2 by Brian K. Vaughan | reading, graphic novel reviews, fantasy, science fiction
Title: Saga Vol. 2
Book Number: Volume 2 of TBA
Pages: 244
My Rating: 4 Stars
More Info: Goodreads, Publisher


This is going to be a super short review because this volume was pretty consistent with the first, which is a good thing, but it doesn’t give me a whole lot to say. I liked all the same things that I liked in the first volume—beautiful art, three-dimensional characters, great humor—so really what’s not to love?

I did find it easier to keep up with the plot this time though. I wasn’t confused by the politics or the different creatures the way I was before, so it made for a smoother read.

I also loved the way Marko stood up to his own mother when she said something bad about Alana (and what really made it great was that it had nothing to do with getting brownie points and everything to do with how much he valued her).

The Will also had some great moments, but I have plans to talk about him in my next review, so I’ll save my thoughts on him until then!

The series is definitely worth continuing if you liked the first.


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    1. Kristen Burns

      Yes, the art is GORGEOUS. I feel like she *should* freak me out more because eww spiders, but she’s drawn so attractive that she just doesn’t lol. I imagine that in real life I’d be running away screaming though.