Saga would be very hard to translate into a different medium; the world setting is almost a childish world with TV headed robots and ghosts and magic mixed with sci-fi. However the story and themes are far more adult and the writing mature and well structured. It's a fantastic example of comic story telling and to translate that into a TVseries or film would be hard; then again one could be faithful and use the comic panel as the storyboard!I think that Saga would work well as a tv series. It's got a very modern/millenial feel to it, has romance, a cute baby, action, a big ensemble cast and lashings of sex and violence.
Probably never happen. They'd need a very big budget I imagine. And I seem to remember reading somewhere that the creator didn't want it to be converted to another medium.
Very true.The have made Lucifer a TV show which was a Sandman Spin-off
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