Runaways, Vol. 5: Escape to New York
The team's lineup changes forever in the perfect jumping-on point for the series that Wizard said "could be the most original book to focus on teenaged super heroes since Spider-Man debuted all the way back in 1962!" When a dangerous alien invades Los Angeles, the Runaways' own Karolina Dean may... show more
The team's lineup changes forever in the perfect jumping-on point for the series that Wizard said "could be the most original book to focus on teenaged super heroes since Spider-Man debuted all the way back in 1962!" When a dangerous alien invades Los Angeles, the Runaways' own Karolina Dean may be the only hero in the Marvel Universe who can stop him... but at what cost? Collects Runaways #7-12.
Publish date: March 29th 2006
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
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Series: Runaways (#5)
Many new characters are introduced to move the story into another shift. But they are all likable characters so it's not intruding. The fight with the Ultron is fun. It contains heartbreaking moments like the death of Gert. It's also very shocking to see that Chase is actually sacrificing himself in...
Bullet Review:Continuing where vol 4 left off, some big changes are in store for our runaways. They have welcomed a new member, Victor, from last volume, and have been approached by Cloak to clear his name. I will admit, the setup is a bit hokey - the kids are asked to find out who who posed as Cloa...
There's a tremendous amount of fun in a series like this: established characters and tropes to play off of, as well as new characters to explore. Because New York is traditionally home to Avengers, a visit there enables our West Coast teens to mock and engage in a completely different-feeling world....
I did not care for the kiddie style art in the beginning issues of this volume. Gert wearing a belly shirt? Never again, Runaways!
Runaways vol 5 #7-12 Art: Art shift this time the other way around the first two comics look and read and feel like a colored manga the art work there is gorgeous, pretty and you get a feel for the character ages and looks and victor cleans up real nice in manga style. It then changes back to the ...