“After the traumatic events of the War for Phang, Hazel, her parents, and their surviving companions embark on a life-changing adventure at the westernmost edge of the universe.“
Saga does an amazing job, yet again, in delivering a phenomenal and well rounded story. It includes a variety of ethnicity and sexuality that only adds to the realism of this young family’s journey.
The plot as well as the characters became very emotional, once again, and it just grasps me as a reader, I could not put this volume down. This comic series covers so many issues and there’s nothing plain about any of it. All these topics can be applied to today’s society.
This specific volume, which covers issues 43-48 is a tad more light-hearted than the previous one and I think it was well needed, seeing as where the things ended up. It was enjoyable to get to enjoy the comic aspect of Saga again.
Saga yet again continues to impress me and I highly recommend you check it out. I am a bit sad though because there is only one more Volume available at the moment 😦 but don’t worry, the comic series is still continuing!
Thank you for reading this short review!