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Aug 01, Jan Philipzig rated it liked it Shelves: action , family , punk-goth , activism , mystery , school , apocalyptic , civil-rights , gender , crime. The showdown between our teenage protagonists and their parents is entertaining enough, if a bit on the generic side. The mole affair in particular could have been handled more convincingly, I thought. Who knows, maybe our teenage heroes still have bigger f The showdown between our teenage protagonists and their parents is entertaining enough, if a bit on the generic side.
Who knows, maybe our teenage heroes still have bigger fish to fry!? Jun 23, Sh3lly rated it it was amazing Shelves: gurrrl-power , sci-fi , graphic-novels-comics , read , lgbtqia , 5-stars , young-adult. I think this is my favorite one yet! I love these kids. Captain America makes an appearance and is his typical stodgy self. Lots of surprises in this one. Appears to be Sheridan Books, published in Avoid this version if you can.
Amazon reviews back this up as well. It I think this is my favorite one yet! It was a bad batch or something. I'll just have to be real careful with the pages. Jan 05, Paul E. Morph rated it it was amazing Shelves: comics-read-in Book four of I devoured this one in one glorious sitting! This gave me all the feels, from betrayal to heartbreak to victory to heartwarming to spaghetti hoops!
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I loved it. Please note that there are no spaghetti hoops in this book. I was just seeing if you were paying attention.
View 2 comments. But the mole in the group threatens to bring them down, while The Pride have their own insurrectionists. Whatever happens, there will be blood! After a lull in the weak second volume, Brian K Vaughan is back with a much more energised and focused third book. For the most part the characters are well written.
And then the mole does the classic corndog thing of monologuing long enough so that the heroes have a chance to recover. Alex finds a book where literally everything they said and did got written down for some reason. But then why would anyone record all of this anyway? Their parents were going to sit them down and tell them the whole deal when they turned 18, why would they need a book for that same purpose? The frog robot is a great vehicle — excellent design, Adrian Alphona! The ending itself is a little earnest but that too fits in with the whole teenage mindset.
The Good Die Young is really fun and the pages fly by — a good finale to the first Runaways arc! It was just a bit meh. I also wish there was a bit more action in the fight scene. It was building up to a showdown from volume 1 and then it just kind of ended very quickly. Feb 04, Chad rated it really liked it Shelves: marvel-unlimited , Vaughan plays all his cards, how the Pride came together, who the mole is, the Pride's endgame, it all comes to a head in a satisfying way.
Vaughan ties up all the loose ends while setting the Runaways up for the future. Alphona's art is finally up to snuff. Nov 01, Mike rated it really liked it Shelves: gateway-comics , fun.
Thank you Mr. Brian K. I was beginning to worry you were getting bogged down in editorial notes to "make this more like Strangers in Paradise and Archie - straight-arrow melodrama and romance" that just bores the shit out of me. I mean, if I really want to read Jane Austen I'll just torture myself full-frontal, not the sidelong wanna-be-modern-but-not-self-aware Boredom Books. Sorry, I'm picking on the comics I remember with a flavour of that, even thou Thank you Mr. Sorry, I'm picking on the comics I remember with a flavour of that, even though they're hardly the worst examples - I actually like Terry Moore, and Archie is doing some really crazy shit these days with zombies and queer culture.
Please don't burn me at the stake. Seriously though, this book picks up right back on the snarky self-aware tone that makes me love BKV in a totally bro-platonic-admiring-from-the-bushes-across-the-street-with-night-vision-goggles-and-parabolic-surveillance-gear way. The remaining six won't need anything to stay immortal - no extra knowledge or powers required.
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Seems like a pretty obvious "cheat" by the writer to dump exposition via a MacGuffin mystery. He'll have some explanation cooked up, but this seems at best Oh - now I get where it comes from, and that I am happy enough with where things are, and the closing contract that this book makes with it's characters means there's plenty of room for more adventures in the future.
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I would actually consider reading more of this, even though it's probably aimed at people half my age. Dec 05, Scarlet Cameo rated it it was amazing. Let's give so context The Pride was the Runaways parents evil organization but, How is that this completely different people start this? I've wonder this since i'd star reading the fist volumen, fortunately i found out in this volumen.
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The other thing is How much are you willing to sacrifice to do it? If you are in your twenties, or are older, probably you don't know how to answer, but they are between 11 at 17 years old which make it even harder. And this is what they are really fighting. At the end we saw their decisions and the consequences that these has.
When you finished you feel really sad about the conclusion, wish that everything we're different because, even it could be the end, isn't happy is just a close. I'm really liking this comic series, which is weird because I'm definitely not a comic person at all. The original plot of the villain parents ended in this volume so I'm excited to see what the next big plot is going to be for the next volumes.
I'm loving the series as well and though I can tell is going to be a little different from this comics it seems as if is going to be just as good. I wished Hulu was like Netflix so I could have all the episodes already and I couldn't have to wait. Marginally better than the prior volumes.
I liked the backstory of the Pride and the Giborim, it gave some much-needed broader context to the whole storyline.
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Overall, still meh. The artwork leaves something to be desired; faces and expressions are often very weird-looking. There is a seismic shift in the storyline two thirds of the way through this volume. I will keep reading this series but I don't honestly expect it to improve much. Love the graphics. A few comments from Chase left to be desired, but overall it was great. Apr 09, Sarah rated it liked it. I feel like my estimation of Runaways has gone down from the first volume.
The first volume was awesome. The second felt like a filler-- seriously?
Runaways Vol. 3: The Good Die Young
Random vampires? It didn't even need to exist, in my opinion. The third tied up the issues from the first, fleshed out the plot, and answered my questions. Now, however, I have a few more questions: Why are the girls always being led around by guys? They're in the majority! More Details.
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