LibraryThing has 3 suggested works for this series.
|Runaways #12 by Rainbow Rowell|
|Runaways #13 by Rainbow Rowell|
|Runaways, Volume 1: Pride and Joy by Brian K. Vaughan||1|
|Runaways, Volume 2: Teenage Wasteland by Brian K. Vaughan||2|
|Runaways, Volume 3: The Good Die Young by Brian K. Vaughan||3|
|Runaways, Volume 4: True Believers by Brian K. Vaughan||4|
|Runaways, Volume 5: Escape to New York by Brian K. Vaughan||5|
|Runaways, Volume 6: Parental Guidance by Brian K. Vaughan||6|
|Runaways, Volume 7: Live Fast by Brian K. Vaughan||7|
|Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways by Zeb Wells||Civil War|
|Runaways, Volume 8: Dead End Kids by Joss Whedon||8|
|Secret Invasion: Runaways/Young Avengers by Chris Yost||Secret Invasion|
|Runaways, Volume 9: Dead Wrong by Terry Moore||9|
|Runaways, Volume 10: Rock Zombies by Terry Moore||10|
|Runaways, Volume 11: Homeschooling by Kathyrn Immonen||11|
|Runaways: Battleworld (Secret Wars: Battleworld) by Noelle Stevenson||Secret Wars 2015|
|Runaways, Vol. 1: Find Your Way Home by Rainbow Rowell||12|
|Runaways, Vol. 2: Best Friends Forever by Rainbow Rowell||13|
|Runaways, Vol. 3: That Was Yesterday by Rainbow Rowell||14|
|Runaways Hardcover Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 1-3|
|Runaways Quadrilogy by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 1-4|
|Runaways Hardcover Volume 2 by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 4-5|
|Runaways: The Complete Collection Volume 2 by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 4-6|
|Runaways Hardcover Volume 3 by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 6-7|
|Runaways by Brian K. Vaughan & Adrian Alphona Omnibus by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 1-7|
|Runaways: The Complete Collection Volume 3 by Brian K. Vaughan||Omnibus 7-8|
|Runaways: The Complete Collection Volume 4 by Terry Moore||Omnibus 9-11|
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