Saga, Vol. 8 📕Review

Saga Vol 8 Cover

Author: Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples (Illustrator)
Series: Saga
Genre: Graphic Novel, Fantasy
Publisher: Image Comics
Published: December 27, 2017

I absolutely love the depressing, dark humour filled world that Brian Vaughan and Fiona Staples have created in the Saga series. I’m not normally a fan of romance stories, but even I can’t help but root and shed tears for the badass star-crossed lovers Alana and Marko, along with their innocent daughter Hazel (who happens to be the narrator for this crazy space adventure). I’ve been hooked since Vol. 1 and I’m happy to say Vol. 8 is just as amazing as the rest of the series. I couldn’t wait to see what happened next after the devastating conclusion to Vol. 7.

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Ace Ace, Baby! Moar Asexual Representation in Games, Please.

It’s time I got brave enough to officially come out in the form of a blog post, internet. My name is Ellen, and I’m a demiromantic asexual. What exactly does that mean? Well, I’ll happily try to explain it! It’s complicated, but I’ll try. Ahem.

Ace Ace Baby 1

I’m sure everyone is aware of that sexual orientation thing. You are defined as straight if you are sexually attracted to the opposite gender, you are defined as gay if you’re sexually attracted to the same gender, and you are defined as bi if you’re sexually attracted to any gender. But what if you aren’t sexually attracted to anyone? No. There’s nothing wrong with you. That, my friends, is defined as being asexual. And it is indeed a valid sexual orientation representing about 1% of the human population. For my whole life I thought I was broken and that something was wrong with me. While talking with a very good friend I finally discovered what asexuality was early this year, at last explaining a whole lot of things about my life so far, and most importantly, showing me I’m not alone in the way I feel about love.

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