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Runaways: Dead End Kids TPB (Graphic Novel Pb) Paperback – 14 Jan 2009

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Brilliant 27 Mar. 2012
By Jack Faust - Published on
Format: Paperback
An incredible new chapter in one of my favorite series. Whedon does it again, proving that no matter what the medium, he can break your heart.
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Stunning Artwork, Weak Story 30 Aug. 2009
By Paige Turner - Published on
Format: Paperback
"The Runaways" are an eclectic set of young heroes - multi-cultural and edgy - a younger, sexier version of the Fantastic Four. Nico, a "Japanese girl by way of Glendale" leads the talented pack of "kids." The books combine action stories with mentions of real issues - a couple of the girls are homosexual.

The talented Brian Vaughan created "Runaways", but Joss Whedon wrote this set of episodes. Perhaps unable to live up to the high concept, this set of Runaways stories was disappointing. I love the concept of the "kids" but I just found this story arc to be convoluted and silly. Taking the kids back in time seemed pointless when all they were doing is fighting other super-powered villains - they could have done that in the present.

Michael Ryan's stunning artwork got me through the weak storyline. His drawings are fantastic - I really love the way he draws the girls, especially lead character Nico. He draws amazing proportion and detail - too bad the story doesn't live up to the standard of his mind-blowing artwork.
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