Teased way back in early May via a badge, we know more about Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors. How? It seems the third season is debuting first in the UK. Is it luck, or some sort of Bleeding Cool exclusive that Ricch Johnston blackmailed out of Marvel so he can start a cartoon section on his site to spoil episodes first and drive us Yanks mad? Probably not. Here's the TV promo for the third season:
If that wasn't enough, Marvel UK has also released a clip for an upcoming episode: "Agent Venom". Yeah, the episode so doesn't hide what it's doing (bringing the Flash Thompson Venom in animated form, with a small Scarlet Spider homage to Ben Reilly in the beginning to boot):
As for when it'll air in the US? Wikipeda says July 1st. But should we put our trust fully in that site? We'll let you know if that date changes or any other news regarding this current season of the show appears.
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