Young Avengers Reading Guide

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Hey kiddos, welcome to the Young Avengers comics reading guide!

Created in 2005 by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, the Young Avengers have quickly become one of Marvel’s most beloved young hero teams. With many of these heroes rapidly making their way to the MCU (including Cassie Lang, Kate Bishop, Eli Bradley, Billy & Tommy Maximoff, Kid Loki, and America Chavez) the Young Avengers team-up seems to be imminent! The way the MCU is going, maybe they’ll even be united by a young Kang!

Before the Young Avengers come together in live-action, here are the essential comics you need to read:

Young Avengers Comics Recommendations:

Original Young Avengers comics:

  • Prologue: Avengers (1998) #500-503
  • Young Avengers (2005) #1-12; Special #1
  • Young Avengers Presents (2008) #1-6
  • I Am an Avenger (2010) #1, 5
  • Avengers: The Children’s Crusade (2010) #1-9; Young Avengers #1

Modern Young Avengers comics:

  • Young Avengers (2013) #1-15
  • The Unstoppable Wasp (2018) #7
  • West Coast Avengers (2018) #1-10
  • Marvel’s Voices 2020; Pride 2021-2022
  • Empyre (2020) #5; Aftermath Avengers #1
  • Marvel’s Voices Infinity Comic (2022) #5-10 (“Young Avengers”)

The Young Avengers started as simply rookie backups for the Avengers. They were literally brought together as a last resort because of an emergency Avengers fail-safe program! But through their skills, friendship, and sheer stubbornness, they have survived and thrived into the present day.

Now recognized as fully-fledged heroes, the Young Avengers have evolved into breakout series headliners (Kate and America!), lords of space (Wiccan and Hulkling!), and even major movie characters (Cassie and America!).

For more Young Avengers-related comics, check out our other reading guides for Cassie Lang and the Scarlet Witch!

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Before Young Avengers (pre-2005)

No prep is needed to start with the first Young Avengers comics, but the section below provides some helpful backstory.

Avengers: Disassembled is the most important story here. Disassembled covers major events with Scott Lang, Clint Barton, Vision, and Wanda Maximoff which become crucially important later for Cassie, Kate, Iron Lad, and Billy & Tommy.

West Coast Avengers: Vision Quest tells the complete story of the original William and Thomas Maximoff and their relationship to Vision, Wanda, Agatha Harkness, and Mephisto. Since Vision Quest helped inspire WandaVision, there’s a strong chance we’ll see this story revisited in Disney+’s upcoming Agatha: Coven of Chaos and Vision Quest series.

This section also includes decades of small Cassie Lang appearances with her dad Scott Lang, the Ant-Man, the original stories of Princess Annelle, and Isaiah Bradley’s Truth: Red, White, and Black series, which MCU fans might recognize from the Falcon & The Winter Soldier show.

You can check out the full Scarlet Witch and Cassie Lang guides for even more background reading, but all the essential early stories are here!

  • William & Thomas Maximoff
    • Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1985) #12
    • West Coast Avengers Annual (1986) #1
    • West Coast Avengers (1985) #30, 34, 39-47, 51-52 (“Vision Quest”)
    • Solo Avengers (1987) #5 [B Story]
    • West Coast Avengers Annual (1989) #7 (“A Study in Scarlet”)
    • Avengers (1998) #503
    • Vision (2016) #7
    • Continue with the Scarlet Witch reading guide!
  • Cassie Lang
    • Marvel Premiere (1972) #47-48
    • Iron Man (1968) #137, 151, 155, 224-225, 233, 243
    • Fantastic Four (1961) #403-411, 416; Fantastic Four Unlimited (1993) #12
    • Avengers (1963) #223; (1998) #26, 62, 73, 76, 83; Annual #1999
    • Marvel Double-Shot (2003) #3 [B Story]
    • Continue with the Cassie Lang reading guide!
  • Princess Annelle
    • Fantastic Four (1961) #37
    • Captain Marvel (1968) #2-3
    • Avengers (1963) #89-97 (“The Kree-Skrull War”)
    • Fantastic Four (1961 #257
  • Isaiah Bradley & Josiah X
    • Truth: Red, White and Black (2003) #1-7
    • The Crew (2003) #1-7
  • Avengers: Disassembled
    • Avengers (1998) #500-503

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Young Avengers by Allan Heinberg (2005)

The original Young Avengers team came together in the aftermath of Avengers: Disassembled. In a world without Avengers, a new team, formed by the Avengers Fail-Safe Program, steps up to save the day! Most of the Young Avengers are introduced for the first time in Young Avengers #1, so you can easily jump in without any prep needed. This is where the fun begins!

After Young Avengers (2005), you can jump straight to Children’s Crusade or check out some of the event tie-ins below. The best tie-in is probably Ed Brubaker’s Winter Soldier: Winter Kills, where Bucky Barnes mentors the Young Avengers and reflects on his time as a young hero himself. In Civil War: Young Avengers and Runaways, the Young Avengers also met the Runaways and Marvel Boy Noh-Varr, who joins the team in 2013!

Meanwhile, Young Avengers Presents was a short series of one-shots that flesh out each of the characters. You can skip to your favorite characters, but every issue is important to the overall story and features fun team-ups!

  • Young Avengers (2005) #1-12; Special (2006) #1
    • After #8: Young Avengers Special #1
  • Civil War (2006) #1-7
    • #2 is a major Young Avengers issue!
    • After #2: Civil War: Young Avengers and Runaways #1-4
    • After #5: Winter Soldier: Winter Kills #1, Punisher War Journal #2-3
    • After #7: Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America #2-3, 5
  • Civil War: Young Avengers and Runaways (2006) #1-4
    • After Civil War #2!
  • Winter Soldier: Winter Kills (2006) #1
    • After Civil War #5! Story continues in Young Avengers Presents #1
  •  Young Avengers Presents (2008) #1-6
    • #1: Patriot
    • #2: Hulkling
    • #3: Wiccan & Speed
    • #4: Vision
    • #5: Stature
    • #6: Hawkeye

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Extra team reading:

  • She-Hulk (2005) #1
  • New Avengers (2005) #18
  • New X-Men (2004) #34
  • Cassie Lang:
    • Spider-Man Unlimited (2004) #12 [B Story]
    • Avengers: The Initiative (2007) #8
  • Isaiah Bradley:
    • Black Panther (2005) #16, 18

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Young Avengers: Secret Invasion (2008)

After proving themselves against Kang and the Super Skrull, the Young Avengers were quickly thrown into major events across the Marvel Universe. In the previous section, the Young Avengers were divided during Civil War. Now they had an even more emotional story in Secret Invasion as Hulkling’s heritage haunted him yet again!

Following Secret Invasion, the Young Avengers met their dark counterparts in Dark Reign: Young Avengers. While not essential reading, it’s an interesting exploration of what makes a hero! 

Future Young Avenger Noh-Varr also has an epic moment in Secret Invasion, but he doesn’t interact much with the Young Avengers just yet.

  • Secret Invasion: Runaways/Young Avengers (2008) #1-3
    • After Secret Invasion #3!
  • Dark Reign: Young Avengers (2009) #1-5
    • Young Masters continue in Age of Heroes (2010) #2, Avengers Academy (2010), and Vengeance (2011)
  • Mighty Avengers (2007) #21-36
    • #21-36 feature Cassie and Vision!
    • #21, 23-24, 28-31 feature the Young Avengers vs. the Scarlet Witch!
  • Siege (2010) #1-4
    • With #2-4: Thunderbolts (2006) #141-143
    • After #3: Avengers: The Initiative #34, Siege: Captain America #1, Siege: Young Avengers #1, New Avengers #64, Siege: Secret Warriors #1
    • After #4: Siege: Embedded #4
  • Siege: Young Avengers (2010) #1
    • After Siege #3!

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Extra team reading:

  • What If…? (2008) (“What If the Runaways Became the Young Avengers?”)
  • Avengers Fairy Tales (2008) #3 (The Young Avengers become Alice in Wonderland characters!)
  • Captain America (2004) #600
  • Nomad: Girl Without a World (2009) #4
  • Cassie Lang:
    • Ms. Marvel (2006) #18-20
    • Iron Man (2005) #33
    • Captain Britain and MI-13 (2008) #13
  • Cassie & Vision:
    • Realm of Kings: Inhumans (2010) #1-2
    • Incredible Hulk (1962) #601, 606-607
  • Hulkling:
    • She-Hulk (2005) #21
    • S.W.O.R.D. (2010) #3
  • Wiccan:
    • She-Hulk (2005) #21
    • New Avengers (2005) #51-53
    • Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural (2009) #1-5

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Young Avengers: The Children’s Crusade (2010)

In 2010, Heinberg’s Young Avengers comics saga came to a close. With Children’s Crusade, Heinberg masterfully resolved the chaotic aftermath of Avengers: Disassembled and House of M, while giving his era of the Young Avengers the ultimate opportunity to prove themselves to the Avengers. This is the grand, epic finale to five years of storytelling and one of the most important Young Avengers tales ever told. If the MCU is able to adapt this (maybe in the Vision Quest series?), then we’ll truly be in for a treat. 

Meanwhile, I Am an Avenger showcased the YA in a fun series of short stories. And after Crusade, Iron Lad made a dramatic return as Kid Immortus in Matt Fraction’s FF. Continue with the Ant-Man reading guide to see his clash with Scott Lang, or the Kang reading guide to see his journey as Kang!

  • I Am an Avenger (2010) #1, 4-5
  • Avengers: The Children’s Crusade (2010) #1-9; Young Avengers #1
    • Prologue: House of M (2005) #1-8; Uncanny X-Men (1981) #526 [B Story]
    • After #4: Children’s Crusade: Young Avengers #1

 

Extra team reading:

  • Avengers (2010) #1
  • New Avengers (2010) #1

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  • Cassie Lang:
    • Chaos War (2010) #1
    • New Avengers (2010) #7
    • Avengers World (2014) #16
  • The Vision/Jonas:
    • Captain America Reborn (2009) #1-6
    • Chaos War (2010) #1; Dead Avengers #1
    • I Am an Avenger (2010) #2
    • Fantastic Four (1998) #588
    • Fear Itself (2011) #7.1
    • Deadpool Annual (2014) #1 

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Before Kieron Gillen’s Young Avengers (pre-2013)

Following Children’s Crusade, the Young Avengers’ comics roster underwent some changes in the 2010s. The comics below give a backstory for the new characters that join the team in the 2013 series, but you can probably jump straight to Kieron Gillen’s Young Avengers comics without any extra reading.

The most important thing from this section is Kieron Gillen’s Kid Loki run in Journey into Mystery, which leads directly into his Young Avengers comics!

  • America:
    • Vengeance (2011) #1-6
  • Kid Loki:
    • Siege: Loki (2010) #1
    • Thor (2007) #617-621; Journey Into Mystery (2011) #622-645
      • After #621: Mighty Thor (2011) #1-6
      • With #622-624: Fear Itself (2011) #1-3
      • After #630: Fear Itself (2011) #7.2; The Fearless (2011) #6
      • After #636: Exiled (2011) #1; New Mutants (2009) #42-43
      • With #641-645: Mighty Thor (2011) 18-22
    • Vengeance (2011) #4
    • A+X (2012) #5 [B Story]

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  • Noh-Varr:
    • Marvel Boy (2000) #1-6
    • Dark Avengers (2009) #1-6; Annual #1
    • All-New Savage She-Hulk (2009) #1-4
    • S.W.O.R.D. (2010) #2, 5
    • Avengers (2010) #1-24
    • Fear Itself (2011) #1-7.2
    • New Avengers (2010) #16, 24-27
    • Avengers vs. X-Men (2012) #1-4
    • Secret Avengers (2010) #26-28
  • Prodigy:
    • New Mutants (2003) #4-13
    • New X-Men (2004) #1-46; Yearbook Special #1
    • Uncanny X-Men (1981) #461, 466, 493-494
    • World War Hulk: X-Men (2007) #1-2
    • Secret Invasion: X-Men (2008) #1-4
    • Runaways (2008) #10
    • Deadpool (2008) #16-17
    • X-Force (2008) #26-27
    • X-Men (2010) #13-15
    • Generation Hope (2010) #10-11, 17
    • Avengers Academy (2010) #29-31

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Young Avengers by Kieron Gillen (2013)

In 2013, fan-favorite writer Kieron Gillen revamped the Young Avengers for a new decade. Gillen kept half the core team and added some exciting new characters like Kid Loki, America Chavez, Prodigy, Marvel Boy, and… Patri-not?

Afterward, Gillen wrote Kate & America again for their multiversal adventures during Secret Wars (2015), while Al Ewing continued the other characters in four separate series: Billy & Teddy in New Avengers, Loki in Agent of Asgard, Noh-Varr in Royals, and America in Ultimates!

  • Young Avengers (2013) #1-15
    • Prologue: Marvel NOW! Point One (2012) #1
  • Original Sins (2014) #1-5 [B Stories]
    • Original Sin (2014) #0
  • Hawkeye & America: Secret Wars (2015)
    • Secret Wars Journal (2015) #1
    • Siege (2015) #1-4 by Kieron Gillen
    • Secret Wars Too (2015) #1 (“Pizza Quest”)
  • Wiccan & Hulkling: New Avengers (2015) #1-18
    • By Al Ewing

 

Extra team reading:

  • Avengers (2015) #0
  • Spider-Woman (2016) #1
  • All-New Hawkeye (2016) #2-3
  • Civil War II (2016) #1-8; Choosing Sides (2016) #2-3
  • Avengers and X-Men: AXIS (2014) #5
  • Avengers World (2014) #16
  • Astonishing Ant-Man (2015) #1, 6
  • New Avengers (2015) #18
  • Generations: Sam Wilson Captain America & Steve Rogers Captain America (2017) #1

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  • America:
    • Spider-Woman (2016) #5, 17
    • Ultimates (2016) #1-12; Ultimates 2 (2016) #1-9, 100 by Al Ewing
    • Contest of Champions (2015) #6-8
    • Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat (2016) #2, 8, 15-17
    • Uncanny Inhumans (2015) #12-13
    • Captain Marvel (2016) #7-8
    • Guardians of the Galaxy (2015) #16-19 
    • America (2017) #1-12
    • Secret Empire (2017) #0, 3, 7-8
    • The Mighty Captain Marvel (2016) #5-8
  • Kate Bishop:
    • Hawkeye (2012) #1-22, Annual #1
    • Hawkeye vs. Deadpool (2014) #1-4
    • All-New Hawkeye (2015) #1-5; (2016) #1-6
    • Hawkeye (2016) #1-16
    • Old Man Logan (2016) #1-4
    • Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat (2016) #2
    • Gwenpool Special (2016) #1; Unbelievable Gwenpool (2016) #14-15
    • A Year of Marvels: October Infinite Comic (2016) #1
    • Marvel New Year’s Eve Special Infinite Comic (2017) #1
    • America (2017) #5-6
    • Generations: Hawkeye & Hawkeye (2017) #1

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  • Kid Loki:
    • Loki: Agent of Asgard (2014) #1-17 by Al Ewing
    • Original Sin (2014) #5.1
    • Vote Loki (2016) 1#1-4
    • Asgardians of the Galaxy (2018) #1-7
    • Loki (2019) #1-5
    • Marvel Comics (2019) #1000 (“The Journey”)
  • Hulkling:
    • Hulk (2014) #7
    • Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2015) #8
    • Spider-Woman (2016) #17
  • Wiccan:
    • Marvel Holiday Special 2011 [D Story]
    • Avengers Assemble Annual (2013) #1
    • S.H.I.E.L.D. (2015) #5
    • Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme (2016) #1-12
    • Scarlet Witch (2016) #8
    • Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2015) #8
    • Old Man Logan (2016) #19
  • Noh-Varr:
    • Quake: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary (2015) #1
    • Gwenpool Special (2016) #1
    • Inhumans Prime (2017) #1
    • Royals (2017) #1-12 by Al Ewing

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West Coast Avengers (2018)

While the Young Avengers haven’t had an ongoing series of their own recently, their stories have still progressed in exciting and meaningful ways. At the end of the 2010s, the Young Avengers graduated into the West Coast Avengers, in a new series written by Kelly Thompson. Though not exactly the same “Young Avengers” team, the new WCA does feature Kate, America, and even Noh-Varr!

For classic Young Avengers comics, the “Short stories” section below features a few recent Young Avengers team-ups in the aftermath of the Gillen run. These fun stories showcase both the new and original Young Avengers dealing with ghosts from their pasts!

Meanwhile, Cassie joined the Ant-Man family as Stinger (continue with the Cassie Lang reading guide!) and Wiccan & Hulkling began their own adventure together… in space! (continue with the Empyre section below)

  • West Coast Avengers (2018) #1-10
    • Kate, America, and Noh-Varr join the new West Coast Avengers!
  • Young Avengers Comics: Short Stories
    • Marvel Comics (2019) #1000 (“Celebration Dinner”)
    • Marvel’s Voices: Pride (2022) #1
    • Marvel’s Voices Infinity Comic (2022) #5-10 (“Young Avengers”) by Anthony Oliveira

 

Extra team reading:

  • Hawkeye: Kate Bishop (2021) #1-5
  • Alligator Loki Infinity Comic (2022) #13
  • Kate Bishop:
    • Despicable Deadpool (2017) #299
    • Jessica Jones – Marvel Digital Original (2018) #1 (“Blind Spot” Chapter 2)
    • The Unstoppable Wasp (2018) #10
    • Season’s Beatings (2019) #1
    • Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #9
    • War of the Realms: Journey Into Mystery (2019) #1-5
    • Avengers (2018) #22 [B Story]
    • Gwenpool Strikes Back (2019) #3-5
    • America Chavez: Made In The USA (2021) #1-5
    • Black Widow (2020) #10
    • Champions (2020) #9

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  • Cassie Lang:
    • Ant-Man (2015) #1-5; Astonishing (2016) #1-13
    • Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015) #22
    • Ant-Man & the Wasp (2018) #5
    • Giant-Man (2019) #3
    • Ant-Man (2020) #1-5; (2022) #3
  • America:
    • The Unstoppable Wasp (2018) #10
    • Avengers: No Road Home (2019) #9-10
    • Superior Spider-Man (2018) #7-8
    • Marvel Comics (2019) #1000 (“Fight for Love”)
    • Marvel Rising (2019) #1-5; Squirrel Girl/Ms. Marvel #1; Ms. Marvel/Squirrel Girl #1; Omega #1
    • Gwenpool Strikes Back (2019) #3-5
    • America Chavez: Made In The USA (2021) #1-5
    • Champions (2020) #9
    • Marvel’s Voices: Comunidades 2021-2022
    • Who Is… America Chavez Infinity Comic (2022) #1
    • Strange Tales: Clea, Wong & America Infinity Comic (2022) #1
    • Alligator Loki Infinity Comic (2022) #6, 12-13
    • Marvel’s Voices Infinity Comic (2022) #8, 12-17
    • Defenders: Beyond (2022) #1-5
    • Thunderbolts (2022) #1-2
  • Speed:
    • Scarlet Witch (2016) #8
    • Marvel Knights 20th (2018) #3
    • X-Factor (2020) #7, 10
    • Love Unlimited Infinity Comic (2022) #25
  • Patriot:
    • Black Panther (2018) #23-25
  • Prodigy:
    • Ant-Man (2015) #1
    • America (2017) #1-4, 8-11
    • New Mutants: Dead Souls (2018) #1-6
    • Uncanny X-Men (2018) #10, 17
    • X-Factor (2020) #1-10
    • Black Panther (2018) #24
    • New Mutants (2019) #16-18
    • X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic (2021) #42

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Hulkling & Wiccan: Empyre (2020)

While the girls were handling things on Earth, the boys went to space! With Empyre, Al Ewing changed the entire dynamic of the Kree/Skrull War and our pals Hulkling & Wiccan were at the center of it all.

In the past few years, Anthony Oliviera has become another strong voice for Wiccan & Hulkling, authentically shaping their dynamic through most of the stories below. If you don’t want to deal with the whole event, his one-shots, Marvel’s Voices, and Infinity Comics are a fun and fast way to catch up!

Meanwhile, Josh Trujillo has also started his own Hulkling & Wiccan saga through Infinity Comics. Hopefully this will lead to an in-print Hulkling & Wiccan comics series someday!

  • Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling #1
    • By Anthony Oliveira
    • Prologue: Incoming (2019) #1
  • Empyre (2020) #1-6; Aftermath Avengers #1
    • By Al Ewing 
    • Prologue: Road To Empyre: The Kree/Skrull War #1, Empyre: Avengers #0, Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling #1
    • After Empyre #6: Empyre: Aftermath Avengers #1, Fallout Fantastic Four #1
    • Empyre #5 and Aftermath Avengers #1 are super important for the Young Avengers!
  • King in Black: Wiccan & Hulking (2021) #1
    • By Tini Howard
  • Guardians of the Galaxy (2020) #13-18
    • By Al Ewing
    • Features Wiccan, Hulkling, and Noh-Varr!
  • The Last Annihilation: Wiccan & Hulkling (2021) #1
    • By Anthony Oliveira
    • After Guardians of the Galaxy #17!
  • Hulkling & Wiccan Comics: Short Stories
    • War of the Realms: War Scrolls (2019) #2 (“My Drag Brunch with Loki”) by Anthony Oliveira
    • Marvel’s Voices (2020) #1
    • Marvel’s Voices: Pride (2021) #1 by Anthony Oliveira
    • Hulkling & Wiccan Infinity Comic (2021) #1-6 by Josh Trujillo
    • Marvel’s Voices Infinity Comic (2022) #5-10 (“Young Avengers”) by Anthony Oliveira
    • Love Unlimited Infinity Comic (2022) #25-30 (“Hulkling & Wiccan”) by Josh Trujillo

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Extra team reading:

  • Death’s Head (2019) #1-4 by Tini Howard
  • Timeless (2021) #1
  • X-Men: The Trial of Magneto (2021) #1-5
  • Wiccan & Hulkling:
    • Marvel Knights 20th (2018) #3
    • Avengers: No Road Home (2019) #10
    • Strikeforce (2019) #1-9 by Tini Howard
    • Spider-Woman (2020) #1 [B Story]
    • Captain Marvel (2019) #18-20, 28, 36
    • S.W.O.R.D. (2020) #7
    • Who Is… The Scarlet Witch Infinity Comic (2022) #1
    • Fantastic Four (2018) #42-45
    • Midnight Suns (2022) #4
    • X-Men Red (2022) #4
  • Noh-Varr:
    • Inhumans: Judgment Day (2018) #1
    • Annihilation: Scourge – Omega (2019) #1
    • Guardians of the Galaxy (2020) #1-18
    • S.W.O.R.D. (2020) #6
    • Captain Marvel (2019) #33-36

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Young Avengers: Multimedia

In the last 10 years, the Young Avengers have popped up across movies, TV, and video games. From the LEGO games to WandaVision to Future Revolution, the Young Avengers are making their way into all our favorite media! Where could these young heroes appear next? Maybe Marvel Snap or Agatha: Coven of Chaos

Young Avengers in Video Games:

  • Marvel Puzzle Quest (2013)
  • Marvel Contest of Champions (2014)
  • Marvel Future Fight (2015)
  • Marvel Avengers Academy (2016)
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (2016)
    • LEGO Marvel’s Avengers (2017)
  • Marvel Strike Force (2018)

 

Extra playing:

  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009)
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011)
  • Marvel Avengers Alliance (2012)
  • Marvel Heroes (2013)
  • Marvel Duel (2020)
  • Marvel Future Revolution (2021)

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Young Avengers in Movies and Shows:

  • Marvel Super Heroes: What The–?! (2009) S1 E1, E6, E15, E18, E50
    • Features Hulkling, Wiccan, Iron Lad, and Patriot!
  • Marvel Studios
    • WandaVision (2021) S1 E1-9; Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)
    • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (2021) S1 E2, E5-6
    • Loki (2021) S1 E4-5
    • Hawkeye (2021) S1 E1-6
    • Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania (2023)

Extra watching:

  • America Chavez:
    • Marvel Rising (2019) Battle of the Bands, Chasing Ghosts, Heart of Iron, Operation Shuri, Playing With Fire, Secret Warriors
      • Marvel Rising: Ultimate Comics (2019) S1 E4
    • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)
  • Kate Bishop:
    • Marvel’s Avengers Assemble (2013) S3 E13
    • Marvel’s Wastelanders: Old Man Hawkeye (2021) S1 E4-8 (audio drama)
    • Hawkeye (2021) S1 E1-6
  • Wiccan & Speed:
    • WandaVision (2021) S1 E3-9
    • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)
      • Billy and Tommy have not become superheroes in the MCU yet

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  • Patriot:
    • Marvel Super Heroes: What The–?! (2009) Specials E2
    • Every Captain America Ever (2016) S1 E4
    • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (2021) S1 E2, E5-6
      • Eli has not become a superhero in the MCU yet
  • Kid Loki:
    • Loki (2021) S1 E4-5
  • Cassie Lang:
    • Marvel Super Heroes: What The–?! (2009) S1 E50
    • Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2010) S2 E5
      • Tie-in comic: Marvel Universe: Avengers – Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2012) #17
    • Ant-Man (2015)
      • Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018)
      • Avengers: Endgame (2019)
      • Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania (2023)
    • Marvel’s Ant-Man (2017) S1 E1

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And those are the Young Avengers comics! How excited are you to see them come together in the MCU? What are you planning to read next? Let me know on Twitter @vinwriteswords and remember to follow the site @MyCosmicCircus for more comics content coming soon!

Check out our full list of reading guides here and our other Young Avengers comics guides below!

Cassie Lang Reading Guide

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Scarlet Witch Reading Guide

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All images courtesy of Marvel Comics.

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