Saga: Compendium One
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I love all the other companies I've worked with, but I think Image might be the only publisher left that can still offer a contract I would consider "fully creator-owned." Saga is a really important story to me, so I wanted a guarantee of no content restrictions or other creative interference, and I needed to maintain 100% control and ownership of all non-publishing rights with the artist, including the right to never have our comic turned into a movie or television show or whatever... [Image Publisher] Eric Stephenson was the only publisher I spoke with who was thrilled to make that deal, and co-creator Fiona Staples and I didn't have to sign exclusives or agree to work on a bunch of corporate-owned titles to get it.  Vaughan and Staples signing copies of the book for fans at the Midtown Comics booth at the 2012 New York Comic Con In 2014, the series was included on the American Library Association's list of the ten most frequently challenged books that year. It had been challenged for containing nudity and offensive language and for being "anti-family, ... sexually explicit, and unsuited for age group."   Merchandising [ edit ] Fowle, Kyle (February 4, 2016). " The Big Bang Theory wastes a visit from the legendary Meemaw". A.V. Club.
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Finally on a lighter note there is a lot of sex positivity and being realistic about relationships.I will dedicate this to Izabel. The fierce teenage ghost with guts hanging out of her torso. The best babysitter ever. Dear Brian Vaughan, you think you’re killing everyone until only your darlings remain — but … but … but … she was MY darling. On July 25, 2018, issue #54 was published, ending the first half of the series' run on a major cliffhanger. The series then went on an extended hiatus, during which the first 54 issues would be published in a single volume called Saga: Compendium One. In April 2019 Vaughan told Entertainment Weekly that the second half of the series would also last 54 issues, comprising what he called "a planned 108-issue epic." 
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And another thing I love is how effortlessly these characters have depth; how everyone is a complicated tangle of good and bad and everything in between. Whitbrook, James (July 11, 2015). "Here Are Your Eisner 2015 Winners!". Gizmodo. Archived from the original on September 20, 2021 . Retrieved January 22, 2023.