And even more fan art from Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staple‘s new comic Saga from Image. If you haven’t yet read it, you have until April 11th to go and read the first issue before the next issue is out.
Baby Hazel's narration is very helpful and informative in such an epic comic like Saga.
One of my favorite things about Saga is the Hazel’s narration. It’s definitely refreshing to see an artist (Fiona Staples) get to hand-write narration on their own work. To me, the narration feels like an additional character and helps guide the reader through both the story and the art.
On subsequent readings of Saga, it finally dawned on me what I was feeling every time I finished the book – the same feeling I got when I read Invincible #1 (way back) in high school – the excitement of fresh writing and art combining to form a huge ball of potential. Those of us lucky enough to be reading Saga from the beginning have the privalege to witness pure creation. It starts out as an idea, and ends up something more… a whole flippin’ universe. Not bad for $2.99 an issue. Go get it already, and ENJOY!
Some more fan art from Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staple’s comic Saga. Who doesn’t love naked human-looking robots? (If you don’t, then don’t click the thumbnail for a larger version)
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For those who have read the first issue of Saga, you can see I dialed the PDA back just a bit. HA.
Marko says, "Haltu! Go read Saga!"
Just read Saga Chapter ONE and my first thought was “Epic.” Embarrassingly, I said this out loud. Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples have created an immediately huge world, and even with so much information in the first issue, I found myself wanting to know everything about this universe.
I’m looking forward to more adventure, funny dialogue, and beautiful art in the upcoming chapters, and in the meantime, I was inspired to do a little fan art. The image above is my take on Marko. He has horns, a sword he swears he won’t use ever again, and magic blue fire. ENJOY!