Runaways #11

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Takeshi Myazawa Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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9.8User Rating

Who do you send to catch a group of missing, runaway teenage super heroes? Marvel's original teen runaway crimefighters CLOAK AND DAGGER, making their first major appearance in years!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 10, 2004

    I'm not sure the arrival of Cloak and Dagger is the shot in the arm that this book needs to grab the attention of fans that haven't paid much mind to this title, but their arrival does open the door to the idea that this book is part of the Marvel Universe, which in turn presents the opportunity for future interaction. This issue also does a nice job of developing Cloak and Dagger into rather endearing characters, as there's a cute running gag in which the characters popularity, or rather their lack of popularity is openly acknowledged. Their interaction with the Runaways also generates a couple funny moments, like Dagger's response to Talkback's insult, or the summation of where the Runaways place of the difficulty scale, as they embarrassingly rate below Stilt Man. The cliffhanger moment is also a lot of fun as one has to love the fact that Molly's idea of a super-hero costume perfectly reflects her young age, with the snow boots being the perfect finishing touch. There's also a coup Read Full Review

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