Review: Saga #44

 
Another game changing issue from Saga.
There is less flitting about between the different groups in this issue, although we do get to meet a couple of new characters who are connected to Hazel and her family. Although they don’t know it yet.
We’ve gone from fantasy & Sci-fi to a western style now, with the feel being similar to the Cursed Earth in 2000 AD! I like some of the conversations in this issue and there is a real sense of sadness at some points, but they are well told. The dream sequence near the end was really deep and it leads really well into the final panel, which opens up many different possibilities for the story!
 

 

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