The Adventures of Aviore #3: Birds of a Feather

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The Adventures of Aviore | Vol. 1, No. 3, April 2019 Aviore takes to the skies as the T.A.L.ON. team prepares to put an end to Splicer’s nefarious plans once and for all. Along the way, Perry’s visit to the EAA Aviation Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, leads to meeting a hero of his own! Aviore was a Young Eagle and you can be too! A free flight is available to any young person between ages 8 and 17. Look up today, fly tomorrow! 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 Communities and Member Programs: Rick Larsen VP of Marketing and Business Development: Dave Chaimson Sr. Director of Marketing: Mike DiFrisco Senior Editor: Hal Bryan Senior Copy Editor: Colleen Walsh Assistant Copy Editor: Katie Holliday-Greenley

Special Thanks Stan Lee Foundation

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