July 21, 1970: “Stock market losses not withstanding, luxury furs are not a ‘dead item,’ ” said Ben Kahn, who with other New York fur manufacturers was fighting the Mason Bill, which would prohibit the sale of cheetah and leopard skins in New York after Sept. 1. Mr. Kahn, president of the Ben Kahn Furs Corporation, saw his coats — priced at around $7,500 — “move in volume,” after his company urged customers to make early purchases of fur coats before the bill became law. Some patrons simply preferred to add a bit of length to their previously owned skins. Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times
Totally gutted to see these guys leave the Young Avengers series. It’s one of my favourite comics of 2013.
But fingers crossed this will mean the 3rd Phonogram Novel, which will be epic!
Those who closely follow solicits have noted the absence of Young Avengers from the just-released February set. They’ve been wondering if that’s the end of our run.
In short: yes.
We were planning on revealing this at next week’s Thought Bubble Young Avengers panel, but the solicits were a…