Saga de Xam

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Saga de Xam is a French comic by Jean Rollin and Nicholas Devil, published in 1967 by the publisher Eric Losfeld.

Written by the film director and writer Rollin and illustrated by the mysterious artist Devil, is the fantastic story of Saga, the girl with the blue skin from planet Xam. Is one of the rarest and most authentic examples of psychedelic graphic novel, which represents numerous cultural issues typical of the second half of the sixties. The beautiful pages of "Saga" were originally drawn on large size sheets, that have been reduced to a “book” size, resulting in a very small text, as the book needed to have a magnifier enclosed to read most of the captions and dialogues. The book, printed on paper of 300 grams, is extremely rare and has long been quite sought after by collectors around the world.