Saga, Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
There are moments in life when you can't help but realize that what you want to say was already said better by someone else. I present Grandpa Simpson on being with it.
I've been told Saga is the cool thing right now so it makes me think, I must not be cool. That actually just means I've returned to my status quo of most of my life. I've rarely been accused of being cool or with it. I'm not a trendsetter, I know nothing about fashion, and my daughter is old enough to tell me I'm annoying from time to time. So my cool card isn't suspended it's revoked and my file is labeled do not renew.
So a couple whose people are at war got married and are having a child. No one likes that and everyone wants them dead.
Including people with old TV sets for heads.
Why they have TV heads I have no idea. I guess they don't need to eat, but I wonder if they need to plug in from time to time. This is weird and vulgar. Vulgarity doesn't particularly bother me, but the characters use the f word like middle school kids who just learned the word. Use some SYMONYMS! Even other curse words would be welcome, but the author dug deep with the f bomb.
Will all that being said I didn't hate Saga volume 1, but this really isn't my kind of story.
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