Runaways, Vol. 3: The Good Die Young
The world as we know it is about to end and the Runaways are the only hope to prevent it! But if our fledgling teenage heroes are going to succeed, they may have to become just as evil as their villainous parents. The Runaways have learned how their parents' criminal organization began, and now... show more
The world as we know it is about to end and the Runaways are the only hope to prevent it! But if our fledgling teenage heroes are going to succeed, they may have to become just as evil as their villainous parents. The Runaways have learned how their parents' criminal organization began, and now they must decide how it should end. As the Runaways' epic battle against their evil parents reaches its shocking conclusion, the team's mole stands revealed, and blood must be shed. Which kids will still be standing when the smoke finally clears? This is the story that changes everything (seriously!).
Publish date: June 7th 2006
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: Runaways (#3)
'The Runaways' follows a group of teens and tweens who have known each other all their lives. Their parents were friends and for the most part they merely tolerated the annual get-togethers of their families. That is until they discovered their parents' secret identities as "The Pride", a super-powe...
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 read the first two books of this series last year and finally picked it back up. This book wraps up the Pride arc with their parents. We learn what the Pride is and what they are planning. The Runaways decide to go after them and stop their plans. I enjoyed the finale and look forward to where ...
Read this because after volumes one and two I really wanted to know who the mole was. Well, now we're done with that plotline (actually super glad that they didn't drag the mole thing out for more volumes--I was really afraid they would). Not sure if I'll continue with the series, but these are fun,...
OK! I liked how they did this. You get alll the reveals, basically. They reveal the bigger picture stuff, and it turns out, actually, it's not that strong of a bigger picture? (Giants on the bottom of the ocean, wha?) so then they blow it up and basically clean the slate. It made sense that the mole...