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Title : saga 16
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ISBN : 19027744
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 33 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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saga 16 Reviews

  • Sandra [the fucking book fairy]
    2019-05-22 17:56

    Just when you think things are looking good for the characters, things like these have to happen. Well, you don't see the things happening yet, but you know they would be soon, possibly the next issue.So far, I am still very much into this series. I am curious to see how these two love birds would work things out when a big reveal was made towards the end of this issue.

  • Nicay │The Nerdy side of a Queen
    2019-04-26 23:12

    The enemies were getting closer and closer as Alana and Marko were trying to settle down, and grow their own family.I can't wait to see what will happen to the next installments!

  • ⊱ Poppy ⊰
    2019-05-07 19:15

    omgomgomgomgomgOHMYGOD!!They both are here, in quiento, to kill marko's Family.Gwendonyl is here,Prince is here, shit man, shit !!!I don't even have a certain idea, what will happen now.Gwendonyl has to spare Marko, if she want Will to live. :/ But will she??Just let them hide and be safe, just let Marko & Alaana live Please :/

  • Aldo Haegemans
    2019-05-15 20:08

    Calm before the storm?

  • Negativni
    2019-05-06 19:00

    “All good children's stories are the same: young creature breaks rules, has incredible adventure, then returns home with the knowledge that aforementioned rules are there for a reason.Of course, the actual message to the careful reader is: break rules as often as you can, because who the hell doesn't want to have an adventure?”― Brian K. Vaughan, Saga, Volume 3Zatišje pred oluju, u idućoj kreće akcija... valjda.

  • Anna(Bananas!)
    2019-04-30 00:00

    This was a good portion of my childhood...and my adulthood.

  • Nicolo Yu
    2019-05-01 23:17

    This is the part of every story where the reader gets comfortable with the main characters' current situation and of course the writer would have to mix up again as the universe catches up to our fugitive family. It is the lull before the storm.

  • Vyara A.
    2019-05-01 21:55

    I really like Gwen. -sigh- on to the next one later today cos it's 1:30am and I need sleep ;w;

  • Ria
    2019-05-16 21:16

    This issue is a real tease for impending chaos - now with only two issues left in this arc, the pieces are in place and the enemies are closing in. I continue to await the inevitable moment when BKV will rip my heart out (and when Fiona Staples beautifully illustrates the pain). Totally worth it though.

  • Liberty K
    2019-05-23 22:17

    This issue was strong by showing us the feelings and thoughts of the characters but no so strong in the action department. But that end! Things are going down in the next issue for sure!

  • Ginger Woods
    2019-05-02 18:24

    Can we just say the girl who took Gwens virginity is SMOKING hot? Like hello, I want that. The pregnant princess looks so cute.

  • Iris
    2019-05-16 18:21

    LMAO I'm sure that Gwendolyn and Alana meeting is going to be hilarious

  • Irene Sim
    2019-04-27 16:08

    Ok. I'm really scared to pick up the next issue. I must think this through.

  • Jason
    2019-05-13 16:22

    5 statsAfter having been away from Lying Cat and the gang for a short time, I returned to the Saga universe with this the 16th edition. This was a fabulous turning point for nearly all the characters. I loved the banter of the witty dialogue between Grandma and the artist and Grandma and the wraith.(I forgot their names)The story is clearly bringing together all of the story lines and the twist in this episode has me excited for what is next. As I have read more and more in this graphic novel, I have come to appreciate taking it slow, rereading, and looking with your eyes before you fill it in with the dialogue.I love these comics.

  • Holly Letson
    2019-05-01 17:58


  • alice
    2019-04-29 18:59

    things start getting nasty...actual vote: 4.5

  • Michelle
    2019-05-08 23:06

    Every issue is great. There's nothing else to say.

  • Steven
    2019-05-21 16:59

    Another of those transitional Saga episodes, anticipatory of great things about to happen, but not so substantive in itself.

  • Haley
    2019-05-23 23:16

    Gwendolyn in that last panel with Lying Cat is what I imagine God and Her familiar must look like.Honestly, can I model my D&D char after her? Is that legal?

  • M.
    2019-05-11 23:03

    Comedic timing is on POINT:"No comment."and"Lying?"You'll know.

  • Lia
    2019-05-04 21:59


  • Sam Chapman
    2019-04-29 16:24

    The journalists BORE ME!!!!!! Otherwise this was fantastic.

  • Sara (A Gingerly Review)
    2019-05-24 21:12

    Imma keep reading even though this lost a wee bit of momentum

  • BooVill
    2019-05-15 22:05

    I really hope The Will stays alive...

  • Amanda Leon
    2019-05-18 18:14

    If you like my reviews check out my beauty and book blog,! Thanks for reading! :)Saga is one of those rare comics that keeps your attention and aren't just entertaining for entertainment sakes but really good. The story is solid and both the artist and writer, Staples and Vaughan, complement one another and work terrifically together. Seriously. Go. Read. This. Continuing from Volume Two, Volume Three (which collect issues 13-18) follows Alana and Marko, along with their baby Hazel and their other companions (I'm trying to keep this review as spoil-free as possible, bear with me) to the planet Quietus, where D. Oswald Heist, author of Alana's favorite novel, stays on.Heist's novel, which was masked as a trashy romance novel, but is actually a commentary/manifesto on the hatred between Wreath and Landfall, Marko and Alana's home planets.Gwendolyn, Marko's ex, is still trying to find them along with The Will, a freelancer and his partner Lying Cat. I love Lying Cat and the sweet moment she had with Sophie, the former Slave Girl. It was so sweet! I liked that Gwendolyn wasn't just a vindictive bitch out for revenge and really, all the characters are human (well you know what I mean) and grounded which ties the story together and makes you want to keep reading.Check out my review for the other installments in the series here.*Disclosure: the review above contains affiliate links. Find out more here. Thanks for reading!

  • Katy Jane
    2019-05-06 21:10

    1. This series literally has the best covers.2. It's like fantasy/superhero/love story/sci-fi/drama/comedy. All genres in one.3. The art is captivating and tells a story. 4. The little side frames of Hazel's narrations is pretty great. 5. I feel like people will soon have Alana's haircut. And grow horns like Marko.6. Basically all of the first and last pages of these are genius. 7. Awkward moment when Gwendolyn ate the fruit...Speaking of which, paradise is making them crazy when they eat fruit. This has to be a symbol for Eve and the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. 8. So the reporters are gay?9. I just want to hang out with the group in the lighthouse. Reading and playing games and holding the baby. 10. Maybe Sophie wouldn't be a sex symbol if they didn't dress her in a short t-shirt and let her walk around like that...11. I want that burger that Marko's mom was eating. It was huge and had to be delicious. 12. I want to know what "The" means in front of the freelancers' names.13. I love when the author says, "All good children's stories are the same: young creature breaks rules, has incredible adventure, then returns home with the knowledge that aforementioned rules are there for a reason. Of course, the actual message to the careful reader is: break rules as often as you can, because who the hell doesn't want to have an adventure?" Number one, it's true. Number two, I'm teaching my high school kids "theme." We read Little Red Riding Hood and this is the exact theme of the story. And going through kid's lit in my head, I definitely see the pattern.

  • Stephanie
    2019-04-25 18:23

    I haven't wrote an actual review for a book in a long time and I haven't done any for this series until after I read this one. Never have I been so immersed in a story in my life, especially a graphic novel. I don't even know all the things to say about this book there are so many of them. So I'll make it as simple and short as possible...amaaaazing characters, development, settings, background stories, violence, the play on words, the humor, the love, the relationships, the hate, the frenemies...just everything you could want out of a perfect story is in this series! You will grow to love the characters..even grow fond of the ones that are out to get the heroes (that aren't even our typical type). You will cry or get extremely sad at some of the scenes that pop up. There are twists and turns on every page. It always keeps you guessing and will never bore you.

  • Ryland Lee
    2019-05-09 20:59

    'All good children's stories are the same: young creature breaks rules, has incredible adventure, then returns home with the knowledge that aforementioned rules are there for a reason. Of course, the actual message is: break rules as often as you can, because who the hell doesn't want to have an adventure.''If you like kid's books so much, why haven't you ever written one?''Because it requires collaborating with an artist. And artists... frighten me.'

  • Briana
    2019-05-24 17:23

    Too much developing of the story and not enough action! Grr. I just wanna know what happens. I'm so impatient. Saga is a great story, however, I highly recommend reading it by volume rather than issue by issue. Volumes give you more bang for your buck. Single issues leave you constantly craving for more.

  • Bernardo
    2019-05-08 00:15

    No mucho que agregar, parece que cada arco es de 6 números y a éste le faltarían sólo dos, y el conflicto final promete tener a casi todos los personajes en una confrontación que puede llegar a ser muy dolorosa y emocionante.