Runaways, Vol. 2: Teenage Wasteland
Publish date: July 19th 2006
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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Series: Runaways (#2)
At first you feel like: hey, I can predict what's going on next. Six teenagers with super powers found their parents are evil so they run away and fight with them. Sounds exactly like a mediocre recipe. But these three books tell a very convincing, fun, and complete story. The powers of all chara...
I am enjoying series and plan to continue reading it. It's fun and I look forward to how it progresses.
A bit disappointed to get a filler volume so soon, even though certain events in the future tie back a little bit. Also disappointed in the Cloak and Dagger appearance. I don't know much about the characters, but even from what they were saying in the comic, their reaction to the kids seemed highly ...
One other thing I meant to mention in my review of Vol 1, but that's OK because it still carries over to Vol 2, is the situation with the mole inside the group, who is still loyal to the parents. I really like this idea, but they have a handwritten note from the teen, you're telling me NONE of the p...
Runaways vol 2 #7-12 Art: Chapters/comics 7-10 all is the same art as in the previous 6 comics however comics/chapters 11 and 12 have a gust artist takeshi miyazawa. So for the first six chapters the art work is like the first book intolerable and forgettable in fact in spots you may even find it ...