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The jaw-dropping conclusion to Joss Whedon (ASTONISHING X-MEN, Buffy) and Michael Ryan's (NEW X-MEN) time-traveling saga! A HUGE shakeup to the Runaways comes as the kids try and find a way out of 1907. But can they escape a super-powered war on the streets of New York?


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This is so typically Joss Whedon to foreshadow an ending to a story then completely sweep you off your feet by writing the opposite of what you expected. I thought Klara was completely out of the picture, I thought that Lillie would go with Victor and I thought Chase went to bring back Gert. You'd think such a loyal fan of Sir Whedon would anticipate that with Joss Whedon nothing is as it seems. At any case I applaud Joss as he again suprises me. It's like James Marsters said once "We never know...

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Runaways 30 0

As Holly Cross notes, it's been a long wait to get to the end of this six issue run, but it's certainly been worth the wait.  I have to hand it to Joss Whedon, who has not only brought to life the Runaways in this arc but has filled it with an astonishing array of characters from the beginning of the twentieth century (the Wonders), most of whom we will probably never see again.  In all this, Michael Ryan's artwork has shone through.  His capturing of 1907 was outstanding, really terrific, both ...

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