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Brian K. Vaughan

4.2 of 5 Votes: 1
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Books by Brian K. Vaughan
Saga, Volume 1 (2012)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 2
3 out of 5 stars.I absolutely love the art in this graphic novel. However I am not a fan of some of the crude humor. Crude humor is not something I typically like when reading. I like the over all premise of the plot and found it interesting. I appreciate the author creating a mixed-ethnicity ...
Saga #1 (2012)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 3
This is a pretty prime example of what I don't like about graphic novels: too many naked or half-naked girls; cliched plot; and shallow characters. This book was especially odd as well. There were a lot of different kinds of creatures and robots and stuff like that, but there was virtually no wor...
Saga, Vol. 2 (2013)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 5
Right after I read the first volume, I went out and bought this one. It was was so great, now I can officially say that I am in love with these comics! The plot is beautiful developed and presented in an amazing way. With the little narration of older Hazel, and the back and forth between charact...
Saga, Volume Two (2013)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 4
Saga is going pretty good. Every time I read it, I'm just like hahaha, wow, if I were a mum, I'd be like a Alana and I would just be a real mess. I want a magical tree house that flies and helps me take care of my baby, maybe by the time the future comes around that is what I'll be able to get. A...
Saga. Capítulo dos (2013)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 5
This is the graphic novel that has pushed people including myself into comic book reading of this decade. There is not one comic book fan that I have met who hasn't enjoyed or heard something about this series. It is a space opera, Star Wars meets Game of Thrones. Centered around a girl named Haz...
Saga, Volume 3 (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 5
The others I might have characterized a 4.5 or so, but this is a solid 4 or 3.75. I know, so low. While the art and the characters and complexity haven't disappointed, the story has slowed down. Also, in the interest of adding romantic relationships, the novel (or at least this volume) feels like...
Saga, Vol. 3 (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 3
I have forced myself to keep plugging along in this series because Brian K. Vaughan's epic "Y: The Last Man" proved to be so amazing, but you can only hang on for so long. This series is absolutely off the rails. It is directionless. I see it weighing in at a 4.58 or 4.57 by it's significant f...
Saga. Capítulo tres (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 3
And now I have to wait for the next one?Awesome as always. I was a bit afraid that the volumes would get worse since I liked the first one better than the second, but it turned out I was wrong. This was fantastic. I especially like the way some of the characters' lines have different colours and ...
Saga tome 3 (2014)
4.58 of 5 Votes: 1
I'm completely in love with this series. It's so so beautiful and I'm enjoying the story a lot. I'm very impressed with how real the story feels .. after all it is "just" (totally wrong word here!) a comic about some aliens with very VERY bizarre side characters .. but still it's written in a way...
Saga, Vol. 1 (2012)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 4
Saga is a story about a baby girl born from to fueding races, it's kind of like if Romeo and Juliet didn't commit suicide, and had a baby and ran away to have it. The baby could be the key to peace on both worlds, but there a lot more at stake, and both sides what them and their baby killed. It g...
Saga. Capítulo uno (2012)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 1
I grew up on comics so they hold a special place in my heart for recreational reading. However as I get older I find myself becoming harder to satisfy when it comes to comics, much to my chagrin. What used to be a satisfying escape into fantasy now sometimes feels like an empty pursuit ... someti...
Ex Machina, #7: Ex Catedra (2009)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 1
This graphic novel series focuses on Mitchell Hundred, ex-superhero with the ability to telekinetically control machines and current mayor of New York City. Most of the superhero sequences take place in the past, while the current day sequences focus on Hundred governing a major metropolitan city...
Ex Machina, #8: Juego sucio (2010)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 5
Grown man topics is something you gotta deal with, No matter how many super powers you love it ain’t gonna equal up to this real shit....Let me just start by saying this is the best “Graphic Novel” I have ever read. I wouldn’t even call this a comic. I know that there is a difference between a ...
Ex Machina, Vol. 8: Dirty Tricks (2009)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 5
There are more lessons to learn. Such as how to fit a smaller narrative arc within a larger one. Say, for example, that one is writing a comic book series called Ex Machina, a particular part of the series which has been collected into the graphic novel Dirty Tricks, and in within this section ...
Saga. Capítulo cuatro (2014)
4.54 of 5 Votes: 5
Couldn't wait for this volume of Saga, and my expectations were met and exceeded! Overall, it's sadder and darker than past volumes - the characters are more battling against themselves than outer forces, but that makes the characters even better. There were some fun visual jokes (Prince Robot IV...
Ex Machina, Vol. 9: Ring Out the Old (2010)
4.01 of 5 Votes: 2
Starts off with a well done meta issue featuring Brian K. Vaughan and artist Tony Harris meeting with character Mitchell Hundred to do a comic bio of him. They didn't get the job.Then we get up to the beginning of the end as Hundred--and NYC--faces his greatest threat yet. This decidedly "realist...
Ex Machina #10 - Fin de mandato (2000)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 2
This is my second series by Brian K. Vaughan (also read Y years ago) and now I wonder if he always finishes his books with giant epilogues into the far off future. Without giving anything away, I thought Ex Machina has a better ending than Y. Getting there (in either series) was magic with great ...
Ex Machina, Vol. 10: Term Limits (2010)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 4
I read Y: The Last Man, and then I read this. I enjoyed this more, it felt less serialized, I liked the characters more. It ended in a way I somewhat expected, in that it left me slightly more depressed than when I had started reading it. It hits you right in the feels. Book 10, more than any oth...
Saga, Volume 4 (2014)
4.52 of 5 Votes: 1
This volume seems to be a bit more muted and calm than the previous ones, at least as far as plot and pacing. It takes a look at home life, in a few ways, about the families that were built in previous volumes and how they get on. I loved it for that theme. I loved it because the previous kick a...
Saga #2 (2012)
4.52 of 5 Votes: 4
i see something that resembles a bit of a manananggal gore at the end. Brings me back to the times i borrow Tagalog horror comics from my aunt who lends them (for business) and i dunno if i ever returned them back lol this was middle grade. horror, gore, weird twists of stories. i think my mom ne...
Saga #13 (2013)
4.46 of 5 Votes: 5
I have sooooooooooooooooooooooo missed Saga. It was good to return to the adventures! I already have #14....will start that today. I normally need to read a series one after another because I will forget most of what happens once I close a book. Not so with the Saga series! It's been a while sinc...
Saga Deluxe Edition, Volume 1 (2014)
4.73 of 5 Votes: 2
My god this graphic novel is amazing. Period.I read the first ten episodes earlier this year, but when I saw this volume comprising the first 18 episodes I had to have it. If you're into graphic novels and if you have a slight affection for sci-fi, this will be your favourite comic of 2014. PS. T...
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