- By Brian K. Vaughan Adrian Alphona

Runaways, Vol. 6: Parental Guidance

  • Title: Runaways, Vol. 6: Parental Guidance
  • Author: Brian K. Vaughan Adrian Alphona
  • ISBN: 9780785119524
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • Runaways Vol Parental Guidance When the youngest member of the Runaways is separated from her teammates Molly Hayes must survive a night alone on the mean streets of Los Angeles The year old mutant girl soon hooks up with a new

    When the youngest member of the Runaways is separated from her teammates, Molly Hayes must survive a night alone on the mean streets of Los Angeles The 11 year old mutant girl soon hooks up with a new group of runaways, but is their mysterious leader a hero or a villain Collects Runaways 13 18.

    1 thought on “Runaways, Vol. 6: Parental Guidance

    1. What can you do when the past return to take revenge? Well, maybe you will try to fix it as soon as you can and be loyal to you mates, Right? This isn't exactly what happen here, we have, as in other numbers, a little hormonal thing happen around that, at her age, only can finish with a fight. When they "fix" that thing the story continue as good as always.This number is the one that significances a point of break in the life of these guys, yes, the first issue was that too but, How can you cont [...]

    2. Goddamnit Runaways, toying with my feelings like that! Honestly, everything in this volume was unexpected and quite emotionally charged. The reveal of who the mystery character trying to revive The Pride is was a disappointment even though it was a nice surprise that actually made better sense.Then, there is that ending My favourite character I thought was written out in the last volume makes a comeback, and like the sacrificial lamb that's required by the Gibborim, another is offered up by Bria [...]

    3. This story had some great developments that I was not expecting, in terms of both plot and character development. There was more focus on Molly that emphasized how behind her childlike-demeanor/behavior, she is very intelligent and able to effectively strategize and execute plans; this is especially true in the mini-story that opens the volume. Karolina's return to the group with her fiancee Xavin in tow was also a welcome change; she very much is the heart of the group and provides a peaceful/o [...]

    4. Runaways Vol.6: Parental Guidance (#13-#18) ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ .5 (4.5/5)The Pride esta de regreso, pero esta vez no es manejado por los malvados padres de los runaways, sino que por un grupo de jugadores de rol que son bastante ingenuos a decir verdad.En este nuevo enfrentamiento viejos amigos regresan en el momento que más se necesitan y otros se irán para siempre. El final de este volúmen me hizo largar unas poquitas lágrimas (view spoiler)[ incluso si era un personaje al que amaba-odiaba co [...]

    5. No nooo why?! So not fairBut it was really nice to have some questions answered, especially since they had been growing for a few volumes now, and that issue seemed to have been wrapped upI'm looking forward to continue reading, but also really scared about what the series will become now

    6. My favorite issue in this volume was definitely the first one. While it was probably just filler, Molly is my favorite member of the Runaways and I was glad to see a story that focused on her. As for the rest, there's an important plot point at the end so the issues can't really be passed over, but they're fairly forgettable in my opinion.

    7. plot holes/problems:1. When a stray group of gamers come together to bring back Alex Willder from the dead. They have to gather a bunch of things that the Pride had from all over. Somehow they're magically able to get all of these random objects one of them even being the blood of Molly Hayes. How did these random gamer dudes collect all this?2. At one point Victor, the robot, was hacked by a computer hacker so that the hacker could see everything that Victor saw. What I want to know is how a su [...]

    8. Man, Vaughan is not afraid to just kill off characters which is actually great, because there are actual stakes resulting in real character investment. The first issue is all Molly and a bit of a strange one-off, but fun. It's great to start off with such a fun story, since the rest of the volume gets darker.Karolina is brought back into the story along with another character who was previously deceased, yep the PRIDE is back! *sort of*

    9. the runaways, written by brian k. vaughan, is absolutely one of the best new comic series in recent memory. the story of a group of kids, each possesing their own unique powers, who find out their parents are supervillians and decide to run away from home to do something about it, is filled with the kind of teenage angst and allegory that the classic superhero books are drowning in(spider-man & the x-men, anyone?)t to mention the artwork (in this collection all done by adrian alphona), which [...]

    10. Whoopsie I've already read thisI think I read it in an omnibus format, and that's why I didn't recognize it. But worth checking out if you have not read this series.

    11. I don't really understand the significance of ch 13 in the entire volume of things. Otherwise, great stuff as always.

    12. This volume contains some of the more coherent plot arcs of the series, and circles back to examine what had previously been a frustratingly under-examined element of the first volume: the role and death of Alex Wilder. Karolina and her partner return, too, making this the first-volume reunion we always wanted and reminding us that the original Runaways Team should never have been separated to start with (or at least, were separated far too soon). The only shadow, really, is a massive spoiler. A [...]

    13. Runaways is astonishing. How did Chase go from one of the most obnoxious characters in comic book history to a certified hero? And then, by the end of the volume, perhaps he is something else? Every turn in this volume is a welcome one, advancing the plot and character development in profound ways. The story here cashes in on the history of Runaways without feeling derivative or cheap. The past returns in such a way that still seems forward moving. This is without a doubt the best bunch of Runaw [...]

    14. I enjoyed this volume. I'm a sucker for back story (Geoff Wilder) and gamer geeks. (Alex's first pawns.) I'm hoping Gert isn't dead. Especially since future Gert visited from the future but the future isn't a promise, even when time travel and off-world learning are options.

    15. Alex's old gamer buddies try to bring him back from the dead but bring his father Geoff from the past instead. He ends up killing Gert. Karolina and her betrothed come back from space after it sounds like her planet blew up. Where will the story go now? Time to read on.

    16. A heart-breaking volume that was a true game-changer for everyone involved. Some characters do near complete 180s, things happen that twist the characters' motivations, and I can't wait to see what happens next in this series!l

    17. The Runaways take down the second version of The Pride, but suffer a heavy price during the fight. A good book, but the binding on this digest-sized volume was terrible.

    18. If there is 9ne story I hope to god th6this don’t do in the TV show it’s this one. Not because it’s bad! It’s not. It’s really really good! But my heart can’t take it.

    19. Solid story arc, self-contained within the Runaways galaxy (is this how you refer to a part of the Marvel Universe?).

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