Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways

Civil War Young Avengers Runaways As the public turns against Marvel s heroes the gears of Civil War threaten to crush Brian K Vaughan s Runaways But when Allan Heinberg s Young Avengers offer their assistance how can the Runaways b

  • Title: Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways
  • Author: Zeb Wells Stefano Caselli
  • ISBN: 9780785123170
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the public turns against Marvel s heroes, the gears of Civil War threaten to crush Brian K Vaughan s Runaways But when Allan Heinberg s Young Avengers offer their assistance, how can the Runaways believe they re on the same side Don t miss this Civil War tie in that promises to have lasting repercussions for both popular teams Collecting Civil War Young Avengers aAs the public turns against Marvel s heroes, the gears of Civil War threaten to crush Brian K Vaughan s Runaways But when Allan Heinberg s Young Avengers offer their assistance, how can the Runaways believe they re on the same side Don t miss this Civil War tie in that promises to have lasting repercussions for both popular teams Collecting Civil War Young Avengers Runaways 1 4.

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    1. It seems like Marvel Comics really bent over backwards to give every B-list group/character their own title in the Civil War event and for that reason this comes off as overkill - trying to squeeze these two teen groups into the super hero registration hijinks. I’m still holding out for Civil War: Dum Dum Dugan, Civil War: Whizzer and Civil War: Wong but I digress.This one isn’t bad. It’s one of those heroes-battle-one-another-then-say-hey-what-the-f*ck-why-are-we-fighting-each-other-when- [...]

    2. I hated Civil War, and this book did nothing to change my mind. Luckily, the reset button gets hit at the end, so I think that anyone just trying to read up on Young Avengers or Runaways could skip it entirely. I wish I had. As a note, be aware that reading the main Civil War book, Young Avengers through Family Matters, and Runaways through Parental Guidance is at the very least a good idea to understand what's going on here.I've heard that how the Registration Act is shown in the various books [...]

    3. The crossover between these two youth oriented super teams marked the first time that another writer that was not either of the two properties’ original writer and creator handled their adventures. This crossover was set in the midst of Marvel’s Civil War. This four issue miniseries was written by Zeb Wells with art by Stefano Caselli.This collection may be called Young Avengers & Runaways, but this is a more of a Runaway-specific story. Wells manages to capture the voices of the all the [...]

    4. Three and a half stars for the arc itself. It was solidly done and there was information about the Civil War worked into the story so I could follow along despite knowing nothing about the Marvel Civil War. It had a reasonable dose of Teddy/Billy angst, and I enjoyed those OTP feels because apparently I am a masochist, and I liked finding out how Noh-varr came into the Young Avengers story. All in all this was a really enjoyable, quick read, but the thing I really love about this TP (and the rea [...]

    5. Well, I did it. I've read all the comics related to "Civil War." (Well according to ) Petition for Marvel to make a TV show about the Young Avengers because they're cool. Plus Kate Bishop is in it. And Cassie Lang. So

    6. The highlight of this comic is undoubtedly Tommy adopting the role of being Molly's big brother and feeling responsible for her safety after having met her for only a few hours at the most, but the rest is hardly worth reading.As a whole the volume isn't very enjoyable or important to Civil War's plot. However that's not really a surprise, all the spin-offs involved were clearly a shallow cash-grab since they're not necessary to understanding the main story and literally nobody wanted to see thi [...]

    7. Pretty good. One of the more average Civil War stories.So the Runaways are indifferent to the SHRA that the adult heroes are fighting over. When they are attacked by the government, the Young Avengers (anti-reg/Team Cap) take it upon themselves to defy Captain America's orders to stay put, instead going to find and hopefully recruit the Young Avengers. Maria Hill and Tony Stark hire a mad scientist (sounds cliche) to release a villain they can control that will find the Runaways and bring them i [...]

    8. The Runaways meet the Young Avengers in the midst of the "Civil War." (My understanding is that this sets factions of super heroes up against one another over the controversial mandatory hero registration legislation - that's a mouthful.) The Runaways are all kids of super villains (do I have that right?) who are on the run, and the Young Avengers want to help them out by.ging them in? Their first encounter is a bit incendiary and in the midst of it, they are attacked by Noh-Varr, who is being c [...]

    9. I enjoyed this, but not as much as I liked the other Runaways or Young Avengers stories. The art style wasn't as nice as with the other stories, and I sometimes found the storyline to be a bit all over the place.

    10. I read Civil War a while ago, so I can't quote remember exactly what happened, but it's really interesting to look at what was going outside the main story. I love the Young Avengers, but this is the first time I've read anything about the Runaways, let alone heard of them, so it took a little while to figure out who everyone was and what everyone did. That being said, this was a pretty great story - it was fun to see where Noh-Vaar came into the story, and the Runaways seem like a fun group!

    11. Well, the Young Avengers are the best. I was afraid that because this was by a different writer that I wouldn't like it as much. But I'm glad I was wrong, the YA were awesome as always and the Runaways were really good. Also I want to see more of Marvel Boy.

    12. me acuerdo que este lo leí cuando estaba leyendo Young Avengers y ahora me dieron ganas de leerlos de nuevo :C

    13. Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways (#1-#5): ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (5/5) #1: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(5/5)#2: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(5/5)#3: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(5/5)#4: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(5/5)damn it adoré la dinámina Molly-Tommy

    14. I generally have an attitude of 'meh' when it comes to crossovers, and this issue was no different. All the civil war stuff made me roll my eyes a few years ago when I heard about it, and reading about just the outskirts of the conflict in this book made me roll them even harder.I wish there would have been a bit more of an intro into the various teams - I don't read Young Avengers, so I didn't really know who was who. And I'm sure that YA readers who haven't read Runaways felt the same way. The [...]

    15. I've already read the Runaways series as well as one of the Young Avengers series so I already knew and loved these characters so this was super enjoyable for me. I really liked getting to see these two groups interact and I thought it was just a lot of fun. I enjoyed seeing how Noh-Varr joined the Young Avengers as I had no idea how that happened. However, if I was rating this based on it's relevance to the Civil war arc then this rating would be a bit lower. While it did have some extra inform [...]

    16. I was very disappointed in this. While tearing through The Runaways books I decided to give this a try to see if it lived up to the main series, unfortunately it most certainly does not. The story feels rushed and fairly uninteresting, the young avenger characters (who I am not familiar with at all) don't get introduced particularly well and the runaway characters felt like fairly one dimensional versions of themselves.Give I knew nothing about one half of the crossover characters, and only had [...]

    17. I love the Young Avengers and I really like the Runaways, but this just didn't do much for me. The story was all over the place, and the art style made it hard to tell the characters apart. But it was stilll fun to see two of my favorite teams together, and I'm excited about their next crossover.

    18. Prendi pure i due gruppi giovanili di casa Marvel e mettili l'uno contro l'altro in un crossover, ma se mancano le idee di base resta ben poca cosa.

    19. I always love the Young Avengers! It's a decent story and well-scripted, it's just that these crossover events are just never the best vehicle for anyone involved.

    20. I'm a big fan of the Young Avengers and a big fan of Lucy in the Sky—an iridescent alien lesbian superhero who shoots out rainbow colored energy beams (who doesn't love that?), so Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways was a must read. I sure wasn't disappointed and I even got the pleasure of viewing some Wiccan vs Lucy in the Sky action!(Sorry for the bad image quality I resorted to taking these images on my phone.)The book also introduced me to Nico Minoru, a super goth wizardess who wield [...]

    21. Meh. As usually happens in Marvel Comics, a series with potential (Young Avengers) gets derailed by an awkwardly-set-up cross-over as part of a big event like the first "Civil War" plotline. The best bits are where the Young Avengers and the Runaways note some similarities or shared background, seeing as how both teams have had young versions of future technological despots and aliens of similar background. The art is quite good -- the artists are particularly talented at capturing a wide range [...]

    22. Finished: booktube-a-thon (comic) book 5.This was surprisingly good. I obviously read this for the Young Avengers, but the Runaways parts were also decent. Even though I didn't really care for the characters. I liked the 'villain', and it really feels like I SHOULD continue on with the Civil War arc after this (bit I won't, not yet) because of that ending. My favorite part though, was Vision admitting he found Cassie attractive. 'The most beautiful girl in the world'. They would be so cute toget [...]

    23. Oooh, this was not only bad, but also very unnecessary, and just generally off-putting. I don't even know where to begin. Should I talk about the art and how much I didn't like it? Or how standard and formulaic the plot was? Or, better yet, should I talk about how all the characters that identified as part of the LGBT+ community were literally rounded up to be tortured, with one probably having severe trauma? Either way, this comic shouldn't exist, and puts a bad taste on both of these great ser [...]

    24. The Young Avengers come to the aid of the Runaways. They have that cliched screw talking let's beat the crap out of each other fight scene but of course ultimately must band together. I have not yet read the Young Avengers series, but this team-up did make me consider it. What I really liked about the story was that it didn't abandon character development as we watch Chase continue to struggle with Gertrude's death.

    25. Remember how the Runaways takes place in the Extended Marvel Universe? So do the Avengers, when Civil War takes place. This story is so no one can ask "What about getting the Runaways registered?/What's happening on the West Coast?"

    26. I didn't like the art for this, but the story was fun enough. I know nothing of the young avengers so it was cool to meet those characters as well. I still think the runaways are cooler though. I also agree that the young avengers don't look that young. Then again, that might be the art?

    27. This comic thing is really struggling for me but I'm doing well I think? No, I don't. Actually I have no idea what is going on? Anyways, I like this volume's story and graphics as well. Other young people, I think "Runaways", were nice too. I don't know. I feel like a grandpa with a smart phone.

    28. I can’t remember ever reading something with characters I cared less about than in this book. I only read it because it’s a piece of Civil War except that it’s not. It’s of absolutely no consequence to anything, & I hated it.

    29. I love the Runaways, Young Avengers are okay. This was better than a team up with an older group of superheroes because then it would seem like the Runaways were pushed to the background. Fun but short.

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