More Saga in any form is a good thing in our books, and the upcoming second volume of Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ seminal comic series, due out next week, is no exception. To celebrate, we’ve got an exclusive look at some of the beautiful art created for the new collection, by some of the best artists in…
I’m back, my bulk mail brothers and sisters! I am also now 40 years old, which means if you enjoy my opinions and mail column, I officially have the wisdom of age on my side. If you don’t, no worries, because death is coming for me. This week: Baby Groot hate! Mutant-Inhuman hybrids! And—gasp!—the merits of The Big…
Last year, as everything seemed to catch on fire all around us, it was clear that K.C. Green’s iconic “This is fine” dog was the animal totem of 2016. Now, we are already in desperate need of a new icon that can help us navigate the swift-moving, danger-filled reality of 2017, and I know what it is: Lying Cat.
The kinkiest thing an automaton can wank to is the organic lifeform he’s tried to kill for five years.
There is not nearly enough merchandise based on Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ truly incredible scifi comic Saga out there. But, good news: now there is some, and it’s amazing. Bad news: it’s exclusive to San Diego Comic Con, so it’ll be god damn nightmarish to acquire.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ Saga is an amazing sci-fi epic. But lets be honest—its real star is Lying Cat, a Cat that can detect when people aren’t telling the truth and promptly calls them out for it. Now, she’s getting a talking plush, and it’s pretty damn perfect.
I really loved Garfield Minus Garfield, which is exactly as it sounds: Garfield with its titular character stripped out. What happens when you replace Garfield with Saga’s Lying Cat? Absolute brilliance.
I’ve been taking Saga for granted. Some of you have been taking Saga for granted. Let’s not do that. This comic book is a miracle. One that will make you cry.
Comics are no strangers to the sometimes weird world of Book bans in the US — but in 2014, more comics than ever made the American Library Association's list of challenged books. One in particular: Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga, called out for, among other things, being anti-family. Buh-wha?
Sometimes (oftentimes?) it feels like there just aren't enough cult-favorite tie-in products out there to meet fans' tastes, so it's good thing crafters are out there. Saga doesn't seem to have any official merch yet, but dang, check out this guy a friend made!
Let's be honest here. Yes, you may have a few comic fans you need gift ideas for this year…. but chances are what you're really looking for is gift ideas for yourself. Well whether you're giving or receiving, anybody should look forward to finding these under the tree this holiday season.
In the '60s, legendary scifi author Harlan Ellison wrote a Batman TV show script that would have introduced Two-Face to the show, but it was never filmed. But you can finally "see" the story tomorrow, thanks to this week's comics! Plus some very new Teen Titans, the end of Lumberjanes, and more!
The Comic-Con panel for Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' comic Saga was every bit as charming as you'd expect. The pair talked about the next few issues of the comic, the importance of killing off characters, why Slave Girl is a critique of Slave Leia, and the one Saga moment Fiona Staples initially refused to draw.
SAGA, the new science fiction and fantasy imprint from Simon & Schuster, debuts next spring with an exciting slate of books—including the first novel from Hugo, Nebula, and many other awards-winning writer Ken Liu. Here's our exclusive reveal of the covers for SAGA's first set of books.
There's a new spirit of vengeance in the Marvel universe, and he has a sweet new ride. Plus Buffy Season 10, the end of Animal Man, the next chapter of Saga, and more!
Between Guardians of the Galaxy and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, wild and frenetic space opera is making a comeback. But the genre contains plenty more amazing, largely untapped material. Here are 16 other space heroes who could rock their own movies.
Man is it a good time to be a comic fan. There are so many great titles — and so many great re-releases of classic titles — that we have an embarrassment of riches when it comes to our friends and loved ones shopping for us. So do yourself a favor and make their job easier by sending them this comic and graphic novel…
The Hugo Awards just happened at San Antonio's LoneStarCon 3, and it was a night of dramatic reveals. The winners: Game of Thrones! John Scalzi! Tor's Patrick Nielsen Hayden! Ken Liu! Pat Cadigan! Stanley Schmidt, twice! Brandon Sanderson, twice. And Saga! Full details below.
It’s bad news in the Marvel U. this week, as the Infinity event begins! Reality is breaking down, half the Avengers are fighting a war in space, and worst of all, Thanos is back! Meanwhile, Wonder Woman comes to Smallville, Saga continues and Buck Rogers returns from the 25th century, all in this week’s comic releases!