In Saga #3, the newest issue of the sci-fi comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, Alana finds herself tending to a wounded Marko, surrounded by the ghosts of the native murdered by their warring peoples, and faces a terrible choice: saving her husband and making a deal that will affect the very soul of their daughter, Hazel. Saga #3 hits shops next Wednesday from Image Comics. Read more for our exclusive six-page preview!
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The second issue of Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples's long-anticipated and critically acclaimed new sci-fi comic Saga hits comic shops (and digital stores) next Wednesday courtesy of Image Comics. There's a price on the heads of new parents (and former soldier) Mark and Alana, star-crossed lovers from warring races who are running
What a nice bit of timing for Brian K. Vaughan. No sooner than his much anticipated return to monthly comics, Saga, debuts than news breaks that the film version of his most beloved work, Y: The Last Man, is progressing apace. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia are set to adapt Vaughan and artist Pia Guerra's hit sci-fi series about the last man
Brian K. Vaughan has come back to comics with a vengeance. With the conclusion of Y: The Last Man in 2008 and Ex Machina in 2010 -- and his departure from Lost after its fifth season in 2009, the highly successful creator dropped out of seemingly the entire public eye for a year. Vaughan return today with
Opened with a keynote address by Publisher Eric Stephenson that emphasized personalities and relationships in the comic book scene, the first Image Comics Expo in Oakland, California, came with more major publishing announcements than we expected. Among the new creator-owned book
We thought it would behoove you to know that one of Vertigo's most beloved series, Y: The Last Man, is available digitally on computers and mobile devices like the iPad for just $0.99 per issue. Written by Brian K. Vaughan and drawn by Pia Guerra, the saga of a boy and his monkey traversing a dangerous post-apocalyptic world
Every year at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the announcement of special projects gets fans and professionals alike buzzing around the con floor with excitement over the work of certain creators