Free Download [Poetry Book] ☆ Runaways - by Noelle Stevenson Sandford Greene ✓

By Noelle Stevenson Sandford Greene | Comments: ( 148 ) | Date: ( Oct 24, 2019 )

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  • Title: Runaways
  • Author: Noelle Stevenson Sandford Greene
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Noelle Stevenson Sandford Greene

Noelle Stevenson is a comic artist and freelance illustrator residing in Los Angeles, California She published the young adult graphic novel NIMONA in 2015, which is also serialized online She has been nominated for a Harvey Award, and was awarded the Slate Cartoonist Studio Prize for Best Webcomic in 2012 She is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art and has done published work for BOOM Studios, Random House, MacMillan Press, and What Pumpkin Studios, among others She is the co writer of LUMBERJANES, a comic series from BOOM Box, and has done writing work for Frederator s BRAVEST WARRIORS as well.

Comments Runaways

  • Paul

    Just for the sake of variety, here is a review of this book written by my wife, who has not read the book. Take it away, darlin':This is a documentary book which helps the reader to learn various different ways of wearing a cape, pashmina or, indeed, scarf. Once you have read this book, you will know the secret qualities hidden within your spandex wardrobe items. Read this if you like seeing people, you know, like, in the middle of running, because you can't actually see them running, you just s [...]

  • Sesana

    Sadly disappointing. I loved Runaways, but this miniseries has very little to do with that. In fact, only one of the characters from Runaways (Molly) appears at all, which feels like a waste. I've only see one other Runaways alum in these Secret Wars miniseries so far, and this seemed like a natural use. There's a pet velociraptor just waiting to be used, people. The actual cast used is ok, I guess. Cloak and Dagger, Pixie, Jubilee, and then several characters I've never heard of before plus Ama [...]

  • Jordan Lahn

    Good story. Nice continuation of the spirit of the Runaways comics. I do wish the series was longer. That's my growing realization with a lot of these Secret Wars books just when they're getting good they end

  • Cisz Strasters

    Leuk tussendoortje. Verhaallijn oke, grafisch iets minder mijn smaak. Ik ben niet zo van de "kunst van het weglaten". Bonus verhalen achterin mwah.

  • Murphy

    After seeing how many of my favorite characters were in this comic I immediately purchased it and thankfully it lived up to my hopes. Since it's part of the Secret Wars the events that happen in this short series aren't really in line with the rest of the Marvel universe and the characters may not be the same versions as the ones we're familiar with, but it's the dynamics between them that cause reading each issue to be enjoyable. If you don't mind disconnecting from typical canon and you aren't [...]

  • Artemy

    A very bland story full of clichés and weird character motivation. Not something I would expect from someone who wrote awesome Lumberjanes. It has some cute moments, but overall this was just not a very good read.

  • Michael

    Okay Molly is my favorite Runaway and she was all over this particular story, but if you're going to label the series 'Runaways' there needs to be a little more representation from the likes of Nico, Karolina, Chase, Gert, Old Lace or whomever might be alive in the reality/timeline Marvel is running with at the moment.

  • Scott

    It wasn't great, but it ultimately proved to be better than I expected it to be from the first issue.

  • Venus Maneater

    Hysterical, over-the-top, ridiculous. Hate the rubber faces, hate the ridiculous dialogue. Wanted to dip myself in Runaways again, but this isn't scratching that itch.

  • Cassie-la

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: bibliomantics/2015/11/30/mMuch like Thors, the new Runaways series really has nothing on the original Runaways, dreamed up by Brian K. Vaughan and later helmed by Joss Whedon. While I appreciated that Noelle Stevenson and crew continued to bring diversity into the series, it fell sort of flat.

  • Tiferet

    Queer girls! Explosions! Bloody battles! More queer girls! (view spoiler)[Bucky (hide spoiler)] dies (again)!A++ job by Gingerhaze et al.

  • J

    I didn't expect this to be that good because the average rating is about a 3.5, but I was pleasantly surprised!I haven't read Secret Wars yet but I'm slightly familiar with the plot and I understand (for the most part) what kind of world Battleworld is, so I thankfully didn't go in blind. But this is only my second time reading about the Runaways. And judging from some of the other reviews, these aren't the original Runaways either. But they're still likable in that shallow, "there are a lot of [...]

  • Craig Fisher

    This was wonderful. Delightful. Fun, cool and any number of other positive adjectives. Read it.After all that Nico and Chase focus in Avengers Arena/Undercover, the shifts the focus to the only main universe Runaways character in this series: Molly Hayes, Princess Powerful, Bruiser. I love Molly and the only character I would be happier to see is the long deceased Gertrude back with her beloved Old Lace.Calling this Runaways was the only disappointment, Jubilee, Amadeus Cho, Cloak and Dagger are [...]

  • Sarah

    A short Battleworld story about a group of young people trying to run away from the Doom school when they find out a terrible truth. So not the original Runaways unfortunately, although it does include Molly Hayes and a fun cast of characters, has a decent plotline (unlike the later Runaways stories honestly), and has a punch to the gut at the end. Feels very cut short, one-shot spin-off though and at times somewhat rushed.

  • Sarah Snyder

    okay but how are you going to try rebooting a series and only keep one of the original characters? i loved seeing molly in this and some of the new characters that were introduced were decent, but there were only four issues and it was so focused on action that the characters never got well developed

  • Jennifer

    This was okay. The whole Secret Wars/Battleworlds thing is just confusing, but I enjoyed seeing Molly again. Chon was pretty good too. Felt like the relationships at the end were pretty contrived, though.3 stars

  • Joshua Williams

    Absolutely unreadable. Completely obnoxious characters and a throwaway story from a slew of obvious cash grab titles.

  • royaevereads

    This was super fun! I like the art style too. Jubilee was my fave

  • Lorna

    Runaways: Battleworld (Secret Wars): ⭐⭐.5 (2.5/5)It was okay not great and amazing but okay.

  • Victoria

    This is fun! Need more sad teenaged Bucky in my life.

  • Chinyimba

    Been following the Battle world Comics in a very chaotic fashion for a while now, but discovering this comic has definitely changed my views of battle world. Especially Victor Von Doom's activities

  • Colleen

    I wish there'd been more of the original Runaways in this.

  • Rachel

    Meh, Jubilee as like, a punk lesbian was fun. But otherwise this wasn't really anything I wanted. Plus, Molly is the only "Runaway" in it. The title is misleading.

  • Curry

    I haven't read the original Runaways series, but this was enjoyable enough. an interesting assortment of characters & some hijinks.

  • Mariah

    Honestly, this should be five stars but (view spoiler)[I'm just too devastated about Bucky's death. (hide spoiler)]

  • Felipe

    Es entretenido, tiene el espíritu de Runaways aunque sólo aparezca Molly del team original

  • Tsana Dolichva

    Runaways: Battleworld written by Noelle Stevenson and illustrated by Sanford Greene is another one of those one-off Secret Wars stories. It's pretty good, aside from the whole Secret Wars, Doomworld, etc aspects. I think I reached a zen state of accepting that I'm never going to understand the worldbuilding and taking the story as it came. The volume collects all of the Secret Wars Runaways run (issues #1–4) and Secret Wars: Secret Love #1, which is a one-off comic containing five short storie [...]

  • Simone

    Se volete leggere la mia recensione, cliccate qui! ascwblog/2017/09/r

  • Barry Hammock

    An interesting take on the classic team up of kids united together to take on a criminal element in their supposedly normal upbringing. There is love, romance, combat, and a pint sized criminal mastermind, who comes to understand, in a way, that father does not always know best. Plus, as a bonus, you get several brief, but delightful love stories, which have nothing to do with the main narrative, but hold up well in comparison.

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    Noelle Stevenson (Lumberjanes) and Sanford Greene (Uncanny Avengers) team up to give us this unique story. Runaways: Battleworld is set in the Secret World (the one where Doom is basically god and controls everything). Battleworld is basically a school for all of the gifted (superhero, mutant, etc) kids to go and train and learn the way of Doom (sounds super creepy when you put it like that, doesn’t it?). (view spoiler)[ This is titled a Runaways comic, but honestly it really isn’t. The onl [...]

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