Review: Saga #15



Prince Robot IV gets everyone into trouble


Issue #15 gives us a time for each of the characters to slow down and take stock, and for a single issue this is very well done. There is some tremendous dialog here with decisions being made all over.
Keeping tabs on the three groups is very well done and easy to read – we know where they are and their motivations.



The additional characters are very well done and are making well rounded additions to the story. Even new characters are excellent!



The art is inasnely detailed and backgrounds and colours for each of the areas are extremely well done.

Either trade wait or get single issues – just buy this series!

The two panels above are from the part that made me laugh the most – check out the preview and guess why!

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