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These days it is celebrating the New York Comic-con, a convention that is true that does not reach the level of the San Diego but yes that is important enough for that these days we are reaching advances quite juicy. Now it is the turn of ‘Runaways’the new series based in Marvel superheroes which has the particularity that its protagonists are still teens. Below you have your trailer so that you can get an idea of what to expect from it.
‘the Runaways’ is based on a comic book, Brian K. Vaughan created in 2003 and since then has been published with a beat -the last appeared in 2015 after six years of break. Its story revolves around a few teenagers whose parents were secretly members of a criminal organization. After discovering that they are supervillanos, the kids decide to join forces to try to stop them, which will help the discovery that they have inherited the powers of their parents…
The funny thing is that the project of adapting ‘the Runaways’ dates back to 2008, the same year that started the universe, cinematic, Marvel. There came a point when that seemed doomed to stay in the development hell forever. Finally, the project went from being a movie to a tv series, and Hulu he ended up giving the green light to the first season of 10 episodes that will premiere on the 21st of November.
Rhenzy Happy, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, were better Barer, Gregg Sulkin and Allegra Acosta give life to the great protagonists of the function, but eye if the series succeeds and goes forward, because the formation of the Runaways was changing. Among the adult characters highlights the presence of Kevin Weisman, Marshall ‘Alias’, Annie Wersching, Renee Walker in ’24’, and James Masters, known for having given birth to Spike in ‘Buffy’. In addition, Julian McMahon will make special appearances.
The news Trailer of ‘the Runaways’: the series of Marvel superheroes teenagers against their parents supervillanos was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .