Saga #29 (2012)

Saga #29 (2012)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Brian K. Vaughan
(A/CA) Fiona Staples
The Last Revolution makes their move.
Date Available: 06/10/2015
BONUS REVIEW by Brad Parkkonen


I don't need to review Saga - it speaks for itself. But this issue, man, this issue is the best in a long time. A few regular Loop customers may remember me claiming that Saga has been spinning its wheels this past story arc, but this issue is the pay off, the blast off after the spinning wheels got traction, if you will. There's a tremendous mix of action, humor, and heartbreak; it makes the series feel fresh again and for once I find myself wondering where the series is going, instead of predicting how it'll go down.

I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Brian K. Vaughan
(A/CA) Fiona Staples
The Last Revolution makes their move.
Date Available: 06/10/2015
BONUS REVIEW by Brad Parkkonen


I don't need to review Saga - it speaks for itself. But this issue, man, this issue is the best in a long time. A few regular Loop customers may remember me claiming that Saga has been spinning its wheels this past story arc, but this issue is the pay off, the blast off after the spinning wheels got traction, if you will. There's a tremendous mix of action, humor, and heartbreak; it makes the series feel fresh again and for once I find myself wondering where the series is going, instead of predicting how it'll go down.

I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


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