Volume One

Book - 2012
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"When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old universe"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Image Comics, 2012
ISBN: 9781607066019
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Saga. Volume 1
Saga. 1


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SPPL_Violet Mar 17, 2018

Thrilling, exuberant. Romeo & Juliet set in space plus some. Beautiful art, fantastic characters, and excellent writing. The Wreath language is Esperanto, helpful if you know it. If you don't, you can rest assured that it is translatable. However, you won't suffer much if you skip the Wreathsperanto and enjoy the story as is.

Adult themes.

SPPL_Anna Mar 12, 2018

Possibly the best comic series currently coming out, Saga is a fantasy space opera that grabs you by the gut and pulls you along for the ride of your life.

johnxlarson Feb 08, 2018

An epic adventure begins with fantastic writing and incredible artwork. The scope of the story and the blending of fantasy and science fiction in a very emotional story reminds me in ways of "Star Wars" -- but is definitely aimed at adults or older teens.

AL_CHRISP Feb 02, 2018

This was the comic that got me into reading comics. Great story, interesting characters, and some pretty solid artwork to boot. Definitely reaching must read territory.

Jan 10, 2018

Pretty good book, but you probably shouldn't let younger kids read it to stuff like nudity, language, and violence.

GeeksInTheLibrary Oct 19, 2017

Science Fiction on an epic scale, with multiple story lines interwoven around a baby girl who shouldn’t exist. Good for people looking for a hybrid of Star Wars and Game of Thrones.

Beatricksy Jul 15, 2017

Yes, please, I would like a lot more of this. Forewarning: it's *very* adult. If it's offensive in ANY way, it's in this series. But the art is gorgeous and full of life. The characters are all scummy, and yet they have complicated pieces going on in their backgrounds to make them compelling (regardless of if you like them or not in the end). The plot is fast and intense and makes me deeply curious about what's coming next. The interjections from Hazel are lovely and add an extra element of curiosity to the panels. The ideas and themes of family, refugees, and culture are fascinating. And I'm a huge, huge sucker for characters with giant ears that can flop down when they're feeling sad or scared, which is covered in spades.

AL_KELSEY Jul 13, 2017

For someone that doesn't love graphic novels, this series is PERFECT! There are space battles, love across races, betrayal, strong family dynamics, and the quest to find a place to live in peace. The story is original, while using general fantasy and political tropes. You will love this family, and the lengths they go to in order to protect their child.

This volume out of the few was way so unpredictable, while I was reading I first thought it was Prince Robert IV; yet however, I later realized the actual name Prince ROBOT IV. The art is very creative and imaginative, the writing was good, the effects were very realistic, I can't even describe these things... totally recommended for those of you nerds like me.

Mar 28, 2017

Well written. Unfortunately suffering from the monoculture of evil effect. This being the need to portray homosexuality by anal sex. Portray transvestites as being a natural state and not as what it really is.
People that change their gender tend to have suffered atrocity and having their genital cut off by the SKNF vermin. There are others that have been brainwashed into doing so by the same. There may be others that choose to but this is an extremely small minority if it even exists.
It also has this thing about stereotyping children and families.
I gave it 3 stars because of the writing and not anything else.

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It's about a story of an adventure where Hazel and her parents went through obstacles in her first few weeks of life leading up to the greatest potential.

Jun 19, 2014

A science fiction love story eager to show you worlds and characters who fully breathe within the pages. Strangeness rules in this tale and it is certainly not for those unwilling to simply let go and bathe in the story. Please check it out!


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Dec 09, 2017

Violence: There's pretty standard fighting for action-based sci-fi as well as some gore, though the gore isn't constant or especially intense. However, there is CSA/sexual violence against a child that it would've helped to know in advance to prepare for that mentally and emotionally. It's not explicitly shown; things are said to and about the child. Their situation is also shown and discussed.

Mar 13, 2016

Sexual Content: Nudity. Shows naked breasts and an alien species having sex doggy style and more


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