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In an ongoing attempt to draw more readers to online versions of comic books, Marvel is allowing anyone to head over to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited and read Terry Moore and Humberto Ramos’ first issue of the Runaways for free. The Runaways are back in Los Angeles and trying to keep their status on the down-low, but L.A. isnâ€™t the same city they left it, especially when the sins of their parents come back to haunt them.Â And if things couldnâ€™t be more dangerous, the few remaining survivors of Karolinaâ€™s alien race have come to Earthâ€¦and theyâ€™re targeting the Runaways
You’ve already read Matthew’s review of Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane #1, now you can experience the issue yourself for free, thanks to Marvel Digital Unlimited. A new year of high school is starting and MJ feels like she finally has her life in order. She has a good schedule, awesome friends, and an â€œamazingâ€ relationship with a particular web-slingerâ€¦but unbeknownst to her, someone has it out for this feisty little teenager! You can read the first issue online, by visiting the comic page site. via Marvel
Or, â€œWith the absence of old friends, new ones appearâ€¦â€ A number of years ago, I picked up a title which I knew nothing about called Strangers In Paradise. While I was just looking for anything to read during a slow release week, I found a friendship which lasted for many years. Katchoo, Francine, David and the rest of the cast where welcome into my life, and those of several friends, with each new issue. SiP was one of the first books I was able to hook my wife on when we where dating, and it was one we read