Well, there goes any hope of him and Lemire getting back together on Green Arrow. Still, good to know he's getting work and I hope he lands on something great at Marvel. Maybe they'll let him do an issue of All New Hawkeye.
Really? The line felt surreal to you? I thought it was very powerful in how they had already been forced to go through this and had to live with the pain for years but then things were revealed to be fine. The line he said brought out not only the pain from this incident, but from what led to it in the first place. Years of pain fell upon him in one instant.
A lot of good and interesting titles here. I'm especially excited for Robin, Son of Batman; he deserved his own book. I really like how the new Starfire is looking. That art makes her look just like a comic book version of Starfire from the tv show.
Two weeks ago, I received the hardcover collection of the first 18 issues. A week ago, I picked up vol. 4. Today, I picked up my first single issue of Saga, number 25! ^___^
Lol. BKV mentions you and the others who fit that exact scenario in his intro to the letter column.
Welcome aboard. I was in the same boat back in 2013. Heard all the hype, picked up the first two volumes, and then started collecting it in single issues that summer starting with #13. I remember thinking how cool it was that the editors over at Image were aware of the different scenarios involved when people read Saga. Just like BKV did in the letter column in today's issue, the solicits for #13 mentioned the exact circumstances in which I started reading it.
THE SMASH-HIT, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SERIES RETURNS! , beginning an all-new monthly sci-fi/fantasy adventure, as Hazel and her parents head to the planet Quietus in search of cult romance novelist D. Oswald Heist.
I really do feel like reading Saga monthly is the best experience. Every issue ends on a cliffhanger, and there's enough content in the book itself to keep you satisfied.
I know, and I really love how they push the boundaries on what they show. And it is awesome! I especially love how he can make us feel happy and sad at the same time. When hazel narrates how it would be years before she saw her dad again I felt really sad they would be separated that long. Then I realized he would live to see her again!
I can't wait for this book! And 'm so glad they brought back the team from EOSV #2. That shows how much they love and care for it. They could have easily placed anyone on it, but they stayed with the team that made the already popular Gwen Stacy Spider-Woman worth it.
Miles Morales is awesome and he has to make it through! And to all those complaining about another Spider character, he's been around far longer so he's earned his spot. It's not like they're whipping up another one out of the blue. Miles is a great and relatable character, even more so than Peter in some ways. Miles has a great cast that he relies on, just as anyone else would when they have problems. He also has an amazing and unique power set. Miles Morales forever!