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Source Material #140 - "Runaways - (Marvel) (2003)

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"Every year, the Wilders hold an annual gathering of the same five families and their children: Gerturde, the whiny yet intelligent daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Yorkes; Karolina, the light-hearted vegan daughter of actors Frank and Mrs. Dean; Chase, the rebellious jock son of Victor and Mrs. Stein; Molly, timid daughter of Dr. and Dr. Hayes; and Nico, the goth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Minoru.

After all of the families arrive at the Wilders' mansion and mingle in the foyer, the parents head to the library while they send the children into the game room. Boredom ensues for the kids and so Alex suggests that they spy on their parents by way of a secret passage he found when looking for Christmas presents.

Upon finding a two-way mirror into the library, the kids discover their parents dressed up and believe them to be superheroes, The Pride, as Alex's father calls them; however, as they watch, Mrs. Wilder escorts in a young woman and the children begin to question their parents actions."

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The guys get together to discuss this first volume of Bryan K. Vaughn's "Runaways"

Opening song - The Killers - "Runaways" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbeIjVKGkZg

Closing song - The Runaways - "Cherry Bomb" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YI1zFQF-T8

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