Teenage Wasteland

Teenage Wasteland

Book - 2005
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Still on the run from their super-villain parents, this motley crew of super-powered kids finds a kindred spirit in a daring young stranger and welcomes him into their fold. But will this dashing young man help the teenagers defeat their villainous parents...or tear them apart? One troubled member finds out, as she leaves the group's hideout with their new recruit, who reveals his startling secret, putting the entire team in jeopardy! Plus: 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!
Publisher: Marvel Comics,� 2005
ISBN: 9780785114154
Branch Call Number: YF VAUG
Additional Contributors: Miyazawa, Takeshi
Alphona, Adrian
Alternative Title: Lost and found

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StarLord21
Dec 11, 2015

I know very little about Cloak and Dagger but it was cool to see their powers. A good read!

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Krtjms
Sep 09, 2015

The storyline slows here but the promise of these characters is still there. Even though this volume featuring Cloak and Dagger, I was left wanting more from the storyline.

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tkronenwetter
Jun 21, 2012

A very good follow-up to the first volume. I can't wait to see what comes next.

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The_Bill
Jun 07, 2010

@DavidB: Really!? The art was one of the reasons I quit reading - too round and photoshopped for my liking. I have to agree on the covers, though, those are awesome.

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DavidB
Dec 18, 2008

Quite possibly one of the most understated superhero comics out there. It’s an fresh concept for comics. The characters are full of life. The writing is smart and funny. The drawings are slick and refreshing. The covers are amazingly illustrated. An all round awesome comic. I hope it doesn’t loose momentum as the series goes on. As long as the writer and artist stay on this series, it is a must read for comic fans.

The fact that this comic has been reduced to the size of MANGA volumes belies it’s worth. It’s treated like only the most juvenile of kids would appreciate this series. But comics have been accepted by the mainstream for some time now. In fact, comics are over saturating media. This series is a refreshing change.

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Krtjms
Sep 09, 2015

Krtjms thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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DavidB
Dec 20, 2008

DavidB thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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