The third most popular Thundercat guest starts in this first look at Marvel's Young Avengers #3!
Source: Press Release
Check out this first look at Young Avengers #3 by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie! As you can see, the issue features a guest appearance by the Thundercat's Panthro, which is a big surprise since the last company to publish a Thundercats comic was DC through its Wildstorm imprint in 2004. Panthro appears to be enraged at the Young Avengers, perhaps because one of them mentioned the premature cancellation of the last Thundercats TV show, which lasted only a season. While attacking children with a giant war axe may seem a little extreme, Panthro's reaction is actually far more metered and reasonable than the reaction of adult fans on the internet to the cancellation of Green Lantern The Animated Series and Young Justice.
Here's the press release:
Marvel NOW! First Look – YOUNG AVENGERS #3!
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Young Avengers #3, from the critically acclaimed creative team of writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie! The beast that may look like Teddy’s mom continues to manipulate everyone in sight and it’s up to Billy, Teddy, and Loki to get rid of her for good. Can they succeed without the help of the Avengers? Will their journey to Asgardia give them the answers they are looking for? One thing’s for sure, It won’t be easy! No fan can miss this action packed issue so head on over to your local retailer and reserve a copy of Young Avengers #3 today!
YOUNG AVENGERS #3 (JAN130670)
Written by KIERON GILLEN
Art & Cover by JAMIE MCKELVIE
FOC- 03/04/13 On-Sale – 03/27/13
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