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GET READY TO RUN! The "IT" book of the early 2000s with the original cast is back--Nico! Karolina! Molly! Chase! Old Lace! And, could it be...GERT?! The heart of the Runaways died years ago, but you won't believe how she returns! Superstar author Rainbow Rowell (Eleanor & Park, Carry On) makes her Marvel debut with fan-favorite artist Kris Anka (ALL-NEW X-MEN, CAPTAIN M GET READY TO RUN! The "IT" book of the early 2000s with the original cast is back--Nico! Karolina! Molly! Chase! Old Lace! And, could it be...GERT?! The heart of the Runaways died years ago, but you won't believe how she returns! Superstar author Rainbow Rowell (Eleanor & Park, Carry On) makes her Marvel debut with fan-favorite artist Kris Anka (ALL-NEW X-MEN, CAPTAIN MARVEL) in the series that will shock you and break your heart! Did Chase and Gert's love survive their time apart? Have Karolina and Nico's feelings made their friendship impossible? What emotional landmines lie in wait to DESTROY the Runaways?! COLLECTING: RUNAWAYS 1-6


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GET READY TO RUN! The "IT" book of the early 2000s with the original cast is back--Nico! Karolina! Molly! Chase! Old Lace! And, could it be...GERT?! The heart of the Runaways died years ago, but you won't believe how she returns! Superstar author Rainbow Rowell (Eleanor & Park, Carry On) makes her Marvel debut with fan-favorite artist Kris Anka (ALL-NEW X-MEN, CAPTAIN M GET READY TO RUN! The "IT" book of the early 2000s with the original cast is back--Nico! Karolina! Molly! Chase! Old Lace! And, could it be...GERT?! The heart of the Runaways died years ago, but you won't believe how she returns! Superstar author Rainbow Rowell (Eleanor & Park, Carry On) makes her Marvel debut with fan-favorite artist Kris Anka (ALL-NEW X-MEN, CAPTAIN MARVEL) in the series that will shock you and break your heart! Did Chase and Gert's love survive their time apart? Have Karolina and Nico's feelings made their friendship impossible? What emotional landmines lie in wait to DESTROY the Runaways?! COLLECTING: RUNAWAYS 1-6

30 review for Runaways, Vol. 1: Find Your Way Home (Runaways by Rainbow Rowell (Collected Editions) #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    may ❀

    Rainbow Rowell was literally the author that got me into YA contemporary. Fetus me identified as Rainbow Rowell Trash™ and i will not let //her// down g i m m e !

  2. 5 out of 5

    Philip

    4ish stars. The original run by BKV and Adrian Alphona is one of my favorites, and was so meaningful when it first came out. It's always kind of scary seeing characters I love at the mercy of a different writer. I guess if there was anyone who could find a way to give life to these guys in the way they deserve, it would be Rainbow Rowell. She does a good job tapping into their personalities and hearts while also bringing them into 2018. It takes more than enjoyable characters and a knack for dialo 4ish stars. The original run by BKV and Adrian Alphona is one of my favorites, and was so meaningful when it first came out. It's always kind of scary seeing characters I love at the mercy of a different writer. I guess if there was anyone who could find a way to give life to these guys in the way they deserve, it would be Rainbow Rowell. She does a good job tapping into their personalities and hearts while also bringing them into 2018. It takes more than enjoyable characters and a knack for dialogue to create a successful comic, though, and the story itself mainly consists of resurrecting someone in typical Marvel style, and checking in with everyone in the old gang until they inevitably band back together. So while it's promising, it's not incredible in its own right. The art by Kris Anka is, likewise, surprisingly enjoyable. Alphona was close to perfect in the way he pencilled the original run, but Anka is a great artist in his own right, while still honoring each character with an appropriate individual, grown-up style (of course Chase would have a man bun). It should be said that it doesn't do much to provide any explanation or review of the original run. It will probably take a quick refresher for those familiar with it, and a lot more for those who aren't (unless you're okay just jumping in without any background info, but you'd be doing yourself a disservice by not starting from the beginning) Posted in Mr. Philip's Library

  3. 4 out of 5

    David Schaafsma

    Runaways, created by Brian Vaughn and continued by many others, was a hugely popular hit in the early 2000s, and for good reasons; it featured young disaffected people trying to use their powers for good, and they spoke with Vaughn's trademark snark. The series ended with a fairly convincing bang which I won't specify, in case you wanted to go back and sample, if you are intrigued about the series. So, as with any superhero series, in order to revive it, we need to "revive" a key character. That Runaways, created by Brian Vaughn and continued by many others, was a hugely popular hit in the early 2000s, and for good reasons; it featured young disaffected people trying to use their powers for good, and they spoke with Vaughn's trademark snark. The series ended with a fairly convincing bang which I won't specify, in case you wanted to go back and sample, if you are intrigued about the series. So, as with any superhero series, in order to revive it, we need to "revive" a key character. That happens, and after that the volume is mainly a kind of "let's get the band together" type story, a set-up for what really will happen when the gang actually does get back together. But if you had not read any of the originals you would not know what was going on, nor get any real background on the characters nor their histories. This volume has been accompanied by considerable fanfare because hugely successful YA author Rainbow Rowell is penning it, and it features good dialogue from her, but not much happens so far, really, and the art is just pretty standard. I will check out the second volume, to see if Rowell can really tell a comics story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Warda

    You had me at Rainbow Rowell. It's about time we got something! 😍

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vinton Bayne

    I have missed Runaways so much. This comic felt like coming up for air after holding your breath for too long. It was wonderful. Now I need to go re-read all the old stuff since I haven't read it since it came out. Good thing my podcast, Excelsior, is covering the Runaways in November!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Razan

    good start ! Not so sure about the art style though , but i love the concept! And it's Rainbow Rowell so i'm sure the story will be fun !

  7. 4 out of 5

    Scarlet Cameo

    NO.YOU.DIDN'T OK, se que esto suena como juzgo demasiado, pero The Runaways es uno de mis comics favoritos y no tengo más que malas esperanzas para esto :(

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jess at Such a Novel Idea

    Strong start out the gate! Definitely have to go back and reread the old stuff, but excited to see where things will go!

  9. 5 out of 5

    sofia (sam willows)

    omg I just noticed this comes out on my birthday !!! what did I do to deserve this

  10. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Runaways is finally back! So I'll be honest. After the first arc of Runaways, nothing ever reached the same heights. I kind of accepted that. However, when Rainbow Rowell came on the scene she said she really loved the original and wanted her series to fit in no problem. Did she succeed? Well you can see my ratings. So the runaways have gone their own ways. Two years later since the tragic events the team is begining to come back together. This mostly because Chase makes a insane choice to go ba Runaways is finally back! So I'll be honest. After the first arc of Runaways, nothing ever reached the same heights. I kind of accepted that. However, when Rainbow Rowell came on the scene she said she really loved the original and wanted her series to fit in no problem. Did she succeed? Well you can see my ratings. So the runaways have gone their own ways. Two years later since the tragic events the team is begining to come back together. This mostly because Chase makes a insane choice to go back in time and save Gerts. Once she's back everyone begins to slowly come back together. However, some people are happy where they are. So the drama begins, and of course, not all is what it seems. Good: Loved the hell out of the art. It's vibrant and really captures the spirit of the runaways. The story and pacing is well done and I really dug the characters. The dialog is playful and works the way it needed to feel like runaways. This is a family comic, which I love. Bad: Some of the build up took awhile to get used to, and of course a different feel to the characters at first. This is great reintroduction to our favorite characters. Wasn't blown away like the first time I read runaways but I was smiling everything I read another page in this. That's a easy 4 out of 5 for this one then.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Krysti

    This is my first comic book, and it was a lot of fun! I'm really intrigued by this story. There's clearly a lot of backstory I'm missing, but I can't wait to read more. I'll definitely be picking up the next issue this month!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Em

    I'll be honest, I love Rainbow Rowell's work, but I went into this trade with low expectations. Here's why: Brian K. Vaughn's Runaways is one of my all-time favorite comic series. I only discovered them last August, and when I did, I devoured the forty-plus issues as fast as I could get my hands on them. I adored it because it focused on the characters. Yes, there was a lot going on between super powers, superheroes, and super villains, but at its core, it was a story about these teenagers who we I'll be honest, I love Rainbow Rowell's work, but I went into this trade with low expectations. Here's why: Brian K. Vaughn's Runaways is one of my all-time favorite comic series. I only discovered them last August, and when I did, I devoured the forty-plus issues as fast as I could get my hands on them. I adored it because it focused on the characters. Yes, there was a lot going on between super powers, superheroes, and super villains, but at its core, it was a story about these teenagers who were struggling in life. It was about the characters. Rowell's stories are like that. (I've read almost all of her books.) She writes great characters. And in her little letter at the beginning of this trade, she expressed that she too loved these characters and loved how Vaughn's comics focused on them as people. This made me happy and gave me a sense of relief that she would do well by these characters. And while this trade isn't the best thing ever, I loved seeing these characters that I had fallen in love with months ago again. Rowell has captured the essence of the Runaways. Her take on them is nostalgic and worthwhile, and the art isn't half-bad either (I know that's an unpopular opinion. It's not the same without Alphona's work, but Anka does a great job at breathing new life into these characters and slightly modernizing them). All in all, this reboot of Runaways is worth reading if you're a fan of Brian K. Vaughn's original series, of the Hulu show, of Rowell's novels, or even just someone wanting a first exposure to these characters.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marali

    Ah wow, this did a terrible job of reintroducing the characters and story to new readers. The paneling was all over the place and the dialogue pretty boring most of the time. Not sure I'll continue, but let's see. The artwork is what saved it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner

    So excited to see the gang back together after so many years!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. *4.5 ⭐ This was a lot of fun to read. I never read the original series by Brian K. Vaughan but this is definitely enticing me to do so! I love how the Runaways reunite as a family over this trade. It takes them a while to get there especially as some of them say they are happy after moving on but come to the realisation that they’re actually not. Old Lace is so much fun...may be a genetically engineered dinosaur with a nose ring but Lace is great 💗 Gert is the only Runaway who feels like she doesn’ *4.5 ⭐️ This was a lot of fun to read. I never read the original series by Brian K. Vaughan but this is definitely enticing me to do so! I love how the Runaways reunite as a family over this trade. It takes them a while to get there especially as some of them say they are happy after moving on but come to the realisation that they’re actually not. Old Lace is so much fun...may be a genetically engineered dinosaur with a nose ring but Lace is great 💗 Gert is the only Runaway who feels like she doesn’t contribute anything but all the others love her dearly and believe she is the most special. This explains why when Gert died that the Runaways fell apart and only now when she’s saved from the past and brought to the present via time travel can the Runaways reunite. Nico is probably the loneliness runaway and has never been happy since the break of them. However I wonder why her and Chase left - the first break of the group after Gert died. She is a powerful mage who wields a staff which can do all sorts of magic...all she needs is blood and to never repeat the same spell - otherwise it rains and nothing happens...she can use variations of spell words but there are only so many ways you can say something! Chase is like he smart engineer who delved into changing the mechanics of Gerts parents tome machine to go back in time to save her from dying. He also manages to wake Victor up after he finally opens the box he received from stony Stark upon Victors ‘death’. Molly is kind of like the hulk - as it says in Rainbow Rowells words but without the angry and green 😂 she’s such a cute girl who basically looks like she wouldn’t hurt a fly but deep down she’s very strong in power. Finally Karolina seems to possess some sort of magic which allows her to neutralise things...when in her ‘magic form’ she appears more like a rainbow of colours/light similar to a spectral form of herself...it looks pretty cool. The beginnings of a story in this trade were really enjoyable I liked learning about each Runaway on an individual level and also how they used to be and are now as a family. This made me laugh as well as feel sad for the characters - especially Gert as she feels so out of place coming forward to a time where she has been dead for 2 years from the past...everyone has changed except her. The art was so wonderful....I really enjoyed the art style very unique 💗 I loved some of the features variant covers especially the one by Skottie Young (I Hate Fairyland - also a great series!). I look forward to the following issues because this made for a great renewal of the series!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    I enjoyed Brian K. Vaughan's original Runaways series, but have been disappointed by appearances of the characters since he left the property. Rainbow Rowell tries to convince me that there's a reason to get the band back together for this new iteration, and damned if she doesn't pull it off. I enjoyed this first volume and am looking forward to the next.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    I felt this was good, but in the same sense that Thanksgiving leftovers are good- they hearken back to the quality of the original, and taste familiar with all the same ingredients, while never quite matching it. I guess Rainbow Rowell and the Marvel editorial staff were in a bind here- one of the things I found endearing about the original run was how the line-up could and did vary over time, and that (in spite of a copious dose of Timey Whimey business and even some wannabe deities) the dead ge I felt this was good, but in the same sense that Thanksgiving leftovers are good- they hearken back to the quality of the original, and taste familiar with all the same ingredients, while never quite matching it. I guess Rainbow Rowell and the Marvel editorial staff were in a bind here- one of the things I found endearing about the original run was how the line-up could and did vary over time, and that (in spite of a copious dose of Timey Whimey business and even some wannabe deities) the dead generally stayed quite dead and Capital C Consequences were a real thing. By "getting the band back together" they essential jettison this aspect and make it into a bog-standard Marvel book, albeit still with that same West Coast feel. I'd recommend to diehard fans, but if you're looking to jump on at this point you'd be far better served by going back and reading Brian K. Vaughan's original run.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lotta

    Rakastuin tähän. Pidin piirrostyylistä ja värityksestä. Tarinasta ja hahmoista. Haluan lisää heti. Äääää paras sarjakuva tänä vuonna 😍 Pakko varmaan hankkia omaan hyllyyn. Ja lokakuuhun asti pitäis odottaa lisää!??

  19. 5 out of 5

    Logan

    An okay start. This is my first time reading Runaways, never read any of the previous runs, although I am interested in reading Brian K Vaughn's run. I don't know this wasn't the best of introductions to the characters for me, felt like I was missing out on a lot of information. This series feels like its more for long time fans, then for newcomers like me, might be better to go read some older stuff first. Good artwork though!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    I haven’t read the original Runaways run, but I did enjoy this first issue in the new series. It was easy to jump into and the basic premise of the previous Runaways by Brian K. Vaughan. I enjoyed Rainbow Rowells writing and the art was really good also. It had some serious notes with some humour thrown in there. The cast of characters seem like a lot of fun and I’m interested to learn more and continue this series!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Renata

    (read as single issues) I love Rainbow Rowell, I love the Runaways, I love telepathic cats, soo I do feel like this volume had a lot of heavy lifting to do in order to get everybody reassembled, so like...I enjoyed this a lot on its own merits but I'm more excited about what can come next!

  22. 4 out of 5

    C.T. Phipps

    There's a danger to nostalgia and it's very often on display in comic books. The need to revert Spiderman to his swinging single days (which didn't make the character younger as he went on to be a billionaire CEO among other plots) plus the fact we keep creating new legacy characters only to shove them back into sidekick roles for their original patrons. Unfortunately, that kind of attitude is all over FIND YOUR WAY HOME which basically seems to have the attitude the Runaways sucked after the or There's a danger to nostalgia and it's very often on display in comic books. The need to revert Spiderman to his swinging single days (which didn't make the character younger as he went on to be a billionaire CEO among other plots) plus the fact we keep creating new legacy characters only to shove them back into sidekick roles for their original patrons. Unfortunately, that kind of attitude is all over FIND YOUR WAY HOME which basically seems to have the attitude the Runaways sucked after the original run so they should just bring back dead cast member Gertrude and pretend characters like Xavin or Klara Plast never existed. Gertrude's death brought together characters Chase and Nico, deeply affected the cast, and changed them to be more interesting characters. Trying to turn back the clock just doesn't work and irritates me as a fan of the other installments of the series. So, in short, my response is, "No, you can't go home again."

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christiana

    Is there anything Rainbow can’t write? Pretty impressed how seamlessly she’s sliding into the world of graphic novel writing.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Brooks

    This first issue jumps right in, so if you're unfamiliar with the Runaways this might throw you a bit. We'll see how much backstory we get as it goes on.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Felipe

    tenía un poquito de miedo, pero a la vez expectativa con estos nuevos comics. se ve que Rainbow Rowell era una verdadera fan de los personajes y los conocía bien. Las ilustraciones de Kris Anka están buenísimas. La historia a pesar de ser un "reuniendo al equipo" tiene el espíritu de los Runaways originales y se ve que va por buen camino

  26. 4 out of 5

    Laura's Book Addiction

    Having never read the first comics about the Runaways I had to pick this up as it's written by one of my favourite authors. That being said the storyline was easy to pick up and I thought the illustrations were beautiful. I can't wait for the next one.....

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    When Chase shows up at Nico's apartment with a dying Gert, there are a lot of things wrong. First, Nico hasn't used her magic in a couple of years. Second, Gert died two years ago. Nico manages to save her friend, who Chase apparently rescued via time travel. Gert wants to get the Runaways back together, but Nico knows it won't be that easy. Karolina's at college, and Molly's living with her grandmother. But are their new lives as great as they think, or do the Runaways still need each other? I n When Chase shows up at Nico's apartment with a dying Gert, there are a lot of things wrong. First, Nico hasn't used her magic in a couple of years. Second, Gert died two years ago. Nico manages to save her friend, who Chase apparently rescued via time travel. Gert wants to get the Runaways back together, but Nico knows it won't be that easy. Karolina's at college, and Molly's living with her grandmother. But are their new lives as great as they think, or do the Runaways still need each other? I never read the first run of Runaways, but I felt like this filled me in enough that I could follow. I loved all the characters, especially Molly and Gert and Old Lace (Gert's time traveling dinosaur friend). This definitely makes me want to go back and read the old Runaways series by Brian K. Vaughan while I wait for the next volume to come out! I loved the artwork and the story, how all of them are looking to be a family and fight off evil cats and grandmothers. I've been missing Rainbow Rowell and this was a nice fix.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lindsi (Do You Dog-ear?)

    I didn't know much about Runaways before starting this, and I'm still fairly new since I've only read the first three issues. I know there have been other arcs with various writers, but I was intrigued when I discovered Rainbow Rowell was the newest voice behind these characters. I've enjoyed a lot of Rainbow Rowell's books, which is what initially promoted my interest in this current series. I was not disappointed! I already adore these characters and feel very invested in their lives. It's all I didn't know much about Runaways before starting this, and I'm still fairly new since I've only read the first three issues. I know there have been other arcs with various writers, but I was intrigued when I discovered Rainbow Rowell was the newest voice behind these characters. I've enjoyed a lot of Rainbow Rowell's books, which is what initially promoted my interest in this current series. I was not disappointed! I already adore these characters and feel very invested in their lives. It's all new to me, too, so I don't have any expectations when I read (like I would with a Spider-Man or Hulk). I've only encountered a few of the main characters, but the last issue makes me think they will all be reunited soon (and it looks like trouble will be there, too). I'm curious who the first villain/baddie will be, but I do think it's going to be personal to them somehow (just a feeling!). The group got their name after running away from home when they witnessed their parents doing some sort of ritual sacrifice on a young girl. They took magical items belonging to their parents, and also discovered new things about themselves. I feel like there is a lot of history behind these characters, and I cannot wait to dive back in and discover more about them (I think the series is up to 8-9 issues now). Nico has magic, but she can only use a spell once. That makes things really challenging as time passes, because her words and phrasing have to be unique but also applicable. Her maybe relationship (I'm thinking there was one in the past) with Karolina appears to be complicated but like those feelings could still be there. I love how this group seems to be female-focused, and I really like Chase--he has heart. I think he leads with that most days and just deals with the consequences later. Whatever he does, his friends are there for him regardless, and I feel like that would be true for any one of them. If you've enjoyed Rainbow Rowell's books, I'm pretty positive you'd like her version of Runaways. You don't need to know their history or have read any of the previous arcs. I know there are things that I'm unaware of, but Rowell doesn't make me feel blindsided by the information. Everything is being revealed in time, and I'm enjoying getting to know these characters along the way. They've each been given a unique voice, and their story is only made better by Kris Anka and his beautiful illustrations. Originally posted at Do You Dog-ear? on May 7, 2018. https://www.doyoudog-ear.com/2018/05/...

  29. 5 out of 5

    Artemis

    A fun little comic that can be read by anyone, even people who are not so familiar with any previous 'Runaways' comics or anything Marvel. Years ago, when I was first trying to get into comic books, I wasn't hooked on the first volume of 'Runaways', a series about a team of superhero kids struggling to be good; developing into a true family, away from their supervillain parents. But when I heard that this new revival story would be penned by a woman writer - a well-known YA author, Rainbow Rowell A fun little comic that can be read by anyone, even people who are not so familiar with any previous 'Runaways' comics or anything Marvel. Years ago, when I was first trying to get into comic books, I wasn't hooked on the first volume of 'Runaways', a series about a team of superhero kids struggling to be good; developing into a true family, away from their supervillain parents. But when I heard that this new revival story would be penned by a woman writer - a well-known YA author, Rainbow Rowell - and when I saw that it was in my local bookshop, I decided to give it a go. I'm glad I did; £14.99 well spent. Full of drama and heart, and the right amount of action to go with the nice, well-executed dose of character development. The young, traumatized members of the Runaways have been going their separate ways for some time now, but now they're getting the band back together. To say it won't be easy would be to underestimate Galactus. There is a lot to deal with and cope with, as the past catches up to each of these gifted yet strained and troubled youths. There is the de facto leader, Nico Minoru (aka Sister Grim), the gothic Asian bisexual witch, possessing the dangerous "Staff of One", whom I had read about in a few things before, but here is where I've come to like her the most, as I've always wanted to. Then there's Chase Stein, the cocky, overconfident but nonetheless hardworking and tragic tech guy, and the only biological male member of the superhero group. He really is the driving force of this bunch, as he gets a lot of things done, even when the others think he's the lamest, most useless, self-serving member. Gert Yorkes is back (VERY long story), along with her pet dinosaur Old Lace, and she is awesome; bitingly sarcastic, yet optimistic, yet cynical, all at the same time. She's so complex, and is never to be pitied despite what she's been through, not to mention she's great fat representation in comics, especially for Marvel. Gert is considered to be the heart of the Runaways, and from this comic it's easy to see why; she's desperate for a loving family and home, and the team fell apart when they lost her. What will it mean now that she's suddenly brought back to life (because you should never trust anyone to stay dead for long in comics)? Now-thirteen-year-old Molly Hayes, a friend to all possessing super strength, is adorable, and as believable as everybody else - she lives at home with her terribly suspicious grandmother, and with a lot of cats and pop culture collectibles. Karolina Dean, the humanoid alien of sunshine and fashion, is in college. New life, new girlfriend, but can she leave it all behind for the old gang, where there are friends but also painful memories? And what will become of her relationship with Nico, whom she had feelings for in the past, and has now tried to kiss her? Finally there's Victor Mancha, an android originally programmed for evil (who is also Ultron's son, again, VERY long story), currently just a talking head. 'Runaways, Vol. 1: Find Your Way Home' is about all these misfits coming together and trusting one another again, for even when adjusting to change, to new lives, ordinary or superheroic (or in Gert's case, beginning to literally live in the here and now), they might always need each other. They are a great cast of characters worth reading about; worth exploring their issues and differences with them as they come to know more about themselves as well as their friends. However, they are not just friends. Whether they realize it or not, the Runaways are not some outsider kids who'd happened to have traveled together under the same circumstances. They are a family. A dysfunctional, complicated, but loyal and loving family. There is still tragedy and heartbreak, but the kids will fight back. They will make the right decisions. Sooner or later, the kids are alright. Rainbow Rowell did exceedingly well here - the characters, their interactions, the humour, the action, the mystery: everything is written and paced with the skill of an experienced storyteller. The diversity is excellent. The artwork is a topnotch beauty. And who can go wrong with good and evil cats, dinos, and talking robot heads in superhero comics! Overall, a lovely, endearing Marvel comic, and a start of something special, I'm sure. Recommended. Final Score: 4/5

  30. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    HECK YASSSSSS THIS WAS EVERYTHING I WANTED IT TO BE AND MORE! The Runaways are back baby, and Rainbow kept the heart and soul of their characters in here. It was kind of perfect! If you are a fan of the TV show like I am and you’re also suffering from some serious withdrawals, you need this in your life! I need the next volume ASAP!

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