Marvel’s Runaways drops new official trailer

:::Warning: Post may contain spoilers if you don’t know anything about the comic:::

Marvel dropped a new trailer for their new Hulu series Runaways just head of its the November premiere.

Based on the Marvel Comics characters by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona, the Runaways are six teenagers, each with their own ‘abilities’, who discover their parents are part of a supervillain group called The Pride.

In the new trailer, we see just the kids trying to reunite on the day their parents perform the Rite of Blood, a ritual sacrifice of an innocent victim would be fed to the Gibborim, an entity that provided the families with wealth and power. Together, they run off and decide to work together to stop their parents.

From the looks the trailer, we can expect a lot of action and Easter Eggs for those who loved the comics. We see each character’s special abilities, including a character being telepathically linked to a dinosaur named Old Lace. We also see a sample of each of their powers at work: Alex Winters (Rhenzy Feliz) is a child prodigy; Nico Minoru (Lyrica Okano) is a witch sorceress; Karolina Dean (Virginia Gardner) is a celestial alien; Molly Hernandez (Allegra Acosta) has mutant-like super-strength; Gertrude “Gert” Yorkes (Ariela Barer) has a telepathic link to a genetically altered dinosaur; and, Chase Stein (Gregg Sulkin) having control of his father’s invention ‘The Fistigons’.

Check it out below:

The series, helmed by The O.C. and Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, will run air 10 episodes on Hulu and premieres on Tuesday, November 21st.

Marvel’s Runaways stars Gregg Sulkin as Chase Stein; Virginia Gardner as Karolina Dean; Rhenzy Feliz as Alex Wilder; Ariela Barer as Gert Yorkes; Lyrica Okano as Nico Minoru; and, Allegra Acosta as Molly Hernandez, with Brigid Branagh (Stacey Yorkes), Kevin Weisman (Dale Yorkes), James Marsters (Victor Stein), Ryan Sands (Geoffrey Wilder), Ever Carradine (Janet Stein), Angel Parker (Catherine Wilder), Annie Wersching (Leslie Dean), James Yaegashi (Robert Minoru) and Brittany Ishibashi (Tina Minoru) playing the villainous parents. Schwartz and Savage will also serve as executive producers.

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