The Adventures of Aviore #10: Return of the Wild Dogs Part II

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The Adventures of Aviore | Vol. 1, No. 10, August 2021 Aviore has successfully infiltrated the Wild Dogs and met their new, fearsome leader, Apex. Does Aviore have what it takes to prove his loyalty to the pack and finally discover the location of the Wild Dogs’ secret lair? Look up today, fly tomorrow! Your local EAA chapter is ready to take YOU on your first flight! For more information visit For more information and resources, visit Read previous issues online at

Writer: Zeb Hatfield | Art, Inking, Coloring: John Osborne | Lettering: Eric Weathers Publisher: Jack J. Pelton, EAA CEO and Chairman of the Board Executive Assistant: Brenda Anderson VP of Publications, Marketing, and Membership: Jim Busha Managing Editor: Hal Bryan Senior Copy Editor: Colleen Walsh Graphic Design Manager: Brandon Jacobs

Special Thanks Stan Lee Foundation

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