History ComicBook / YoungAvengers

7th Aug '16 6:16:50 PM nombretomado
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Comicbook/TheAvengers' main young heroes team, equivalent to TheDCU's Comicbook/YoungJustice or Comicbook/TeenTitans. Created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, the team debuted in Young Avengers #1 in 2005 and aimed for young adult readers, but still contained enough DarkerAndEdgier material for older readers as well. After the first volume ended, Heinberg promised in the letter section a season two that unfortunately was never made; instead many minis were made with various writers having an opportunity with the team (One of them was Creator/MattFraction who wrote a story about ComicBook/KateBishop and Clint Barton building the foundations of what years later would become his acclaimed volume of Hawkeye). Many years later, Heinberg had the chance to write his epilogue in the form of a mini-series called [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade Avengers: The Children's Crusade]]. A new volume of Young Avengers was released as a part of the Comicbook/MarvelNOW relaunch, this time in the hands of acclaimed ComicBook/{{Phonogram}} and ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' writer, Creator/KieronGillen, and his long time collaborator Creator/JamieMcKelvie.

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Comicbook/TheAvengers' main young heroes team, equivalent to TheDCU's Franchise/TheDCU's Comicbook/YoungJustice or Comicbook/TeenTitans. Created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, the team debuted in Young Avengers #1 in 2005 and aimed for young adult readers, but still contained enough DarkerAndEdgier material for older readers as well. After the first volume ended, Heinberg promised in the letter section a season two that unfortunately was never made; instead many minis were made with various writers having an opportunity with the team (One of them was Creator/MattFraction who wrote a story about ComicBook/KateBishop and Clint Barton building the foundations of what years later would become his acclaimed volume of Hawkeye). Many years later, Heinberg had the chance to write his epilogue in the form of a mini-series called [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade Avengers: The Children's Crusade]]. A new volume of Young Avengers was released as a part of the Comicbook/MarvelNOW relaunch, this time in the hands of acclaimed ComicBook/{{Phonogram}} and ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' writer, Creator/KieronGillen, and his long time collaborator Creator/JamieMcKelvie.
15th May '16 12:16:04 PM nombretomado
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* '''Avengers: [[Comicbook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]]:''' Billy goes on a quest to find his mother. The Avengers, ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, {{Comicbook/X-Factor}}, {{Magneto}} and Doctor Doom get involved, and things go horribly wrong.

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* '''Avengers: [[Comicbook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]]:''' ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade:''' Billy goes on a quest to find his mother. The Avengers, ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, {{Comicbook/X-Factor}}, {{Magneto}} ComicBook/XMen, ComicBook/XFactor, ComicBook/{{Magneto}} and Doctor Doom get involved, and things go horribly wrong.



See also Comicbook/AvengersTheInitiative and ComicBook/AvengersAcademy for other Avengers young teams. For X-Men equivalents, see [[ComicBook/NewMutants New Mutants, Young X-Men, New X-Men,]] ComicBook/GenerationX, [[ComicBook/{{WolverineAndTheXMen}} Wolverine and the X-Men]] or [[Comicbook/XMen The original X-Men team]]. For a team of young people related neither to The Avengers nor to The X-Men see [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} The Runaways]]. Also, see Comicbook/AvengersArena for the other comic about super powered teenagers ([[DarkerAndEdgier and complete opposite to this series]]) in the Comicbook/MarvelNOW relaunch.

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See also Comicbook/AvengersTheInitiative and ComicBook/AvengersAcademy for other Avengers young teams. For X-Men equivalents, see [[ComicBook/NewMutants New Mutants, Young X-Men, New X-Men,]] ComicBook/GenerationX, [[ComicBook/{{WolverineAndTheXMen}} Wolverine and the X-Men]] ComicBook/WolverineAndTheXMen or [[Comicbook/XMen The original X-Men team]]. For a team of young people related neither to The Avengers nor to The X-Men see [[ComicBook/{{Runaways}} The Runaways]]. Also, see Comicbook/AvengersArena for the other comic about super powered teenagers ([[DarkerAndEdgier and complete opposite to this series]]) in the Comicbook/MarvelNOW relaunch.
7th Apr '16 9:08:45 AM mr.whim
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** Stature is a straighter example, being the daughter of the late Scott Lang, the second Ant-Man.

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** At the beginning of the series, this trope was played with the original four members, who were pegged as legacies of four of the Avengers. On revelation of their full origins, they are actually legacy characters, just of different people.
*** Patriot is a legacy of Isiah Bradley and Josiah X, rather than [[Comics/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]].
*** Asgardian/Wiccan is a legacy of the Scarlet Witch, rather than Thor.
*** Hulkling is a legacy of Captain Mar-Vell, rather than the Hulk.
*** Iron Lad was secretly a young Kang the Conqueror, rather than a legacy of Iron Man.
** Stature is a straighter example, being the daughter of the late [[BackFromTheDead at-the-time-late]] Scott Lang, the second Ant-Man.Ant-Man.
** When she first joined the team in a full capacity, Kate Bishop put together a costume composite of Hawkeye, Mockingbird, and Swordsman, complete with bow, battle staves, a sword, and so much [[PurpleIsPowerful purple]]. Patriot even asked if her name was "Hawkingbird". She settled on being the second Hawkeye, avoiding being a MasterOfNone.
** The new Vision was technically the old Vision, but with an altered AI and upgraded body. [[spoiler: Then he died and the original consciousness returned.]]
7th Apr '16 2:03:39 AM morenohijazo
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* BornOfMagic: Wiccan (Billy Kaplan) inherited the ComicBook/ScarletWitch's [[RealityWarper power set]]. Kid Loki tormented his boyfriend, Teddy Altman aka Hulkling, with the idea that Billy may have magic(k)ed Teddy himself into existence. As Teddy was a blond, buff, green-skinned shapeshifting alien heir and son of one of Earth's Greatest Heroes and a Skrull princess, Loki mused how unlikely his very existence was, even if he was ''"a very lovely daydream"''. Without having a way to truly determine if Wiccan had inadvertently wished Hulkling to exist and be his perfect boyfriend, Hulkling decided that it didn't matter, because he loved Wiccan either way.
6th Mar '16 10:57:23 AM nombretomado
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*** Taken to the logical extreme in the ''Children's Crusade'' one-shot. Iron Lad visits a BadFuture where Eli is the new CaptainAmerica, Kate is now the ''only'' Hawkeye, Teddy is the new ComicBook/CaptainMarVell, Billy is the new [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange Sorcerer Supreme]], Eli's son Steve is the new [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Bucky]], and Eli's wife Samantha is the new [[ComicBook/TheFalcon Falcon]].

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*** Taken to the logical extreme in the ''Children's Crusade'' one-shot. Iron Lad visits a BadFuture where Eli is the new CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Kate is now the ''only'' Hawkeye, Teddy is the new ComicBook/CaptainMarVell, Billy is the new [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange Sorcerer Supreme]], Eli's son Steve is the new [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Bucky]], and Eli's wife Samantha is the new [[ComicBook/TheFalcon Falcon]].



* DownerEnding: Children's Crusade ends with: [[spoiler:Cassie and Jonas dead; Iron Lad giving into his darker tendencies and well on his way to becoming Kang The Conquerer; Eli having a HeroicBSOD, giving up being Patriot & moving to Scottsdale to live with his mother; and the rest of the team so despondent that they give up the super hero lifestyle]], although several months later, [[spoiler: CaptainAmerica calls the four of them to Avengers Mansion & tells them that even if they no longer operate as Young Avengers, they will now always be considered Avengers.]]

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* DownerEnding: Children's Crusade ends with: [[spoiler:Cassie and Jonas dead; Iron Lad giving into his darker tendencies and well on his way to becoming Kang The Conquerer; Eli having a HeroicBSOD, giving up being Patriot & moving to Scottsdale to live with his mother; and the rest of the team so despondent that they give up the super hero lifestyle]], although several months later, [[spoiler: CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica calls the four of them to Avengers Mansion & tells them that even if they no longer operate as Young Avengers, they will now always be considered Avengers.]]



* SuperSerum: Patriot. Originally he claimed to have gotten his powers from a blood transfusion from his grandfather, who was tested using a prototype of the CaptainAmerica formula, but it turns out he was lying. Of course after that, he actually did get a blood transfusion, and actual powers, from him grandfather.

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* SuperSerum: Patriot. Originally he claimed to have gotten his powers from a blood transfusion from his grandfather, who was tested using a prototype of the CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica formula, but it turns out he was lying. Of course after that, he actually did get a blood transfusion, and actual powers, from him grandfather.
6th Mar '16 7:19:37 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* CameBackWrong: A weird variant. [[spoiler: It turns out that grabbing your boyfriend's dead mom from an alternate universe isn't a good idea when you don't carefully choose said alternate universe.]]

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* CameBackWrong: A weird variant. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It turns out that grabbing your boyfriend's dead mom from an alternate universe isn't a good idea when you don't carefully choose said alternate universe.]]



* DownerEnding: Children's Crusade ends with[[spoiler::Cassie and Jonas dead; Iron Lad giving into his darker tendencies and well on his way to becoming Kang The Conquerer; Eli having a HeroicBSOD, giving up being Patriot & moving to Scottsdale to live with his mother; and the rest of the team so despondent that they give up the super hero lifestyle]], although several months later, [[spoiler: CaptainAmerica calls the four of them to Avengers Mansion & tells them that even if they no longer operate as Young Avengers, they will now always be considered Avengers.]]

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* DownerEnding: Children's Crusade ends with[[spoiler::Cassie with: [[spoiler:Cassie and Jonas dead; Iron Lad giving into his darker tendencies and well on his way to becoming Kang The Conquerer; Eli having a HeroicBSOD, giving up being Patriot & moving to Scottsdale to live with his mother; and the rest of the team so despondent that they give up the super hero lifestyle]], although several months later, [[spoiler: CaptainAmerica calls the four of them to Avengers Mansion & tells them that even if they no longer operate as Young Avengers, they will now always be considered Avengers.]]
4th Jan '16 2:49:46 PM nombretomado
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** Although, Wiccan lost a few points of StraightGay when he decided the best disguise for the team was outfits from ''TheSoundOfMusic''. And with the latest artist's rendition of his hair.

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** Although, Wiccan lost a few points of StraightGay when he decided the best disguise for the team was outfits from ''TheSoundOfMusic''.''Film/TheSoundOfMusic''. And with the latest artist's rendition of his hair.
31st Dec '15 5:25:36 AM Anddrix
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After [[Comicbook/AvengersDisassembled The Avengers disassembled]], a young time traveler decided to [[IncrediblyLamePun assemble]] a team with people related to the Avengers history, however none of them knew how exactly they related to the Avengers so they decided to just use codenames and costumes related to the Big Four (Comicbook/IronMan, Comicbook/CaptainAmerica, [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]] and [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]]) as an homage. The initial lineup were Patriot (Elijah "Eli" Bradley), Asgardian (William "Billy" Kaplan), Hulkling (Theodore "Teddy" Altman) and Iron Lad (Nathaniel "Nate" Richards). Later, another four members joined: Stature (Cassandra "Cassie" Lang), [[LegacyCharacter Hawkeye II]] (Katherine "Kate" Bishop), Speed (Thomas "Tommy" Shepherd) and a younger version of The Vision, but Iron Lad left the team and Asgardian changed his codename to "Wiccan" thus forming the most classic lineup of the team. A year after the events of [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]], a new version of the team was formed including three of the original members (Wiccan, Hulkling and Hawkeye II) and three new members: Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr), Miss America (America Chavez) and Loki (yes, [[{{Selfdemonstrating/Loki}} that one]]).

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After [[Comicbook/AvengersDisassembled The Avengers disassembled]], a young time traveler decided to [[IncrediblyLamePun assemble]] a team with people related to the Avengers history, however none of them knew how exactly they related to the Avengers so they decided to just use codenames and costumes related to the Big Four (Comicbook/IronMan, Comicbook/CaptainAmerica, [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]] and [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]]) as an homage. The initial lineup were Patriot (Elijah "Eli" Bradley), Asgardian (William "Billy" Kaplan), Hulkling (Theodore "Teddy" Altman) and Iron Lad (Nathaniel "Nate" Richards). Later, another four members joined: Stature (Cassandra "Cassie" Lang), [[LegacyCharacter Hawkeye II]] (Katherine "Kate" Bishop), Speed (Thomas "Tommy" Shepherd) and a younger version of The Vision, but Iron Lad left the team and Asgardian changed his codename to "Wiccan" thus forming the most classic lineup of the team. A year after the events of [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]], a new version of the team was formed including three of the original members (Wiccan, Hulkling and Hawkeye II) and three new members: Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr), Miss America (America Chavez) and Loki (yes, [[{{Selfdemonstrating/Loki}} that one]]).Loki.
28th Dec '15 11:02:38 AM Anddrix
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* '''Avengers: [[Comicbook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]]:''' Billy goes on a quest to find his mother. The Avengers, ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, {{Comicbook/X-Factor}}, {{Magneto}} and DoctorDoom get involved, and things go horribly wrong.

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* '''Avengers: [[Comicbook/TheChildrensCrusade The Children's Crusade]]:''' Billy goes on a quest to find his mother. The Avengers, ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, {{Comicbook/X-Factor}}, {{Magneto}} and DoctorDoom Doctor Doom get involved, and things go horribly wrong.



* NotSoDifferent: [[spoiler: DoctorDoom drops one of these on Billy after Billy sneaks into Castle Doom looking for Wanda.]]

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* NotSoDifferent: [[spoiler: DoctorDoom Doctor Doom drops one of these on Billy after Billy sneaks into Castle Doom looking for Wanda.]]
18th Dec '15 4:55:46 PM pepsimax
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Comicbook/TheAvengers' main young heroes team, equivalent to TheDCU's Comicbook/YoungJustice or Comicbook/TeenTitans. Created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, the team debuted in Young Avengers #1 in 2005 and aimed for young adult readers, but still contained enough DarkerAndEdgier material for older readers as well. After the first volume ended, Heinberg promised in the letter section a season two that unfortunately was never made; instead many minis were made with various writers having an opportunity with the team (One of them was Creator/MattFraction who wrote a story about Kate Bishop and Clint Barton building the foundations of what years later would become his acclaimed volume of Hawkeye). Many years later, Heinberg had the chance to write his epilogue in the form of a mini-series called [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade Avengers: The Children's Crusade]]. A new volume of Young Avengers was released as a part of the Comicbook/MarvelNOW relaunch, this time in the hands of acclaimed ComicBook/{{Phonogram}} and ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' writer, Creator/KieronGillen, and his long time collaborator Creator/JamieMcKelvie.

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Comicbook/TheAvengers' main young heroes team, equivalent to TheDCU's Comicbook/YoungJustice or Comicbook/TeenTitans. Created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, the team debuted in Young Avengers #1 in 2005 and aimed for young adult readers, but still contained enough DarkerAndEdgier material for older readers as well. After the first volume ended, Heinberg promised in the letter section a season two that unfortunately was never made; instead many minis were made with various writers having an opportunity with the team (One of them was Creator/MattFraction who wrote a story about Kate Bishop ComicBook/KateBishop and Clint Barton building the foundations of what years later would become his acclaimed volume of Hawkeye). Many years later, Heinberg had the chance to write his epilogue in the form of a mini-series called [[ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade Avengers: The Children's Crusade]]. A new volume of Young Avengers was released as a part of the Comicbook/MarvelNOW relaunch, this time in the hands of acclaimed ComicBook/{{Phonogram}} and ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' writer, Creator/KieronGillen, and his long time collaborator Creator/JamieMcKelvie.
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