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Quote1 Wolverine is a jerk!! And he smells like beers! I want to go with the tall shiny metal guy! Or the cat monkey guy! Quote2
-- Molly Hayes

Appearing in "Mollifest Destiny"

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  • unnamed armored man (Main story and flashback)
  • unnamed armored troops (Main story and flashback)
  • The Pride (Only in flashback)

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Appearing in "Truth or Dare"

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When Runaway Molly Hayes responds to the X-Men's psychic invitation welcoming all mutants to a new home in San Francisco, she declares it 'Moll-ifest Destiny' and heads to the Headlands to investigate! But when she finds herself back-to-back with Wolverine, cornered by a villain with a vendetta, she might find being an X-Man isn't just secret clubhouses and cool-looking costumes...

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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Man, the third volume of Runaways has been kinda scattershot. The first story arc was decent, but Humberto Ramos' art just looked too cartoonish. Second arc had much better art, but a lame conflict - I mean, seriously, a DJ trying to take over LA with zombies? Please. Thus it was with some trepidation that I picked up #10. But I'm pleased to report that in the hands of Chris Yost, James Asmus, Sara Pichelli, Emma Rios, and (as always) Christina Strain, things seem back on track. Presented in two acts, the first story, "Mollifest Destiny", sees Molly Hayes touring the X-Men's California headquarters, with Wolverine conscripted as her tour guide. Naturally, she proceeds to drive him nuts, and she ends up punching him through a ceiling when he gets mean. And they both end up getting kidnapped. But probably the funniest bit is when Molly and Wolvie get captured and Molly murmurs about how her friends will save her. The next page is a splash showing the other Runaways partying with the Young X-Men. The real humor is at the far right of the page, where the Runaways' resident square Klara is standing with her arms folded next to the X-Men's resident square Dust, who's also standing with her arms folded. They're looking at each other and the funniest part is it's hard to tell if they're commiserating or muttering "heathen" at each other.

The second story, "Truth or Dare", is kinda self-explanatory - Nico, Karolina, Chase, and Victor play Truth or Dare. It's much funnier than it sounds.
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