With the monthly solicitation releases just around the corner, it comes as no surprise that Marvel is teasing all of its December titles ahead of the mass title dump. Today, we learn that Patsy Walker a.k.a. Hellcat! #1 is headed our way at the end of the year.

Written by Kate Leth (Adventure Time) and with art by Brittney Williams (Lumberjanes), PATSY WALKER, A.K.A. HELLCAT! will spotlight this modern-day superhero who refuses to say NO to any adventure even if it does prove to be more than what she can handle.

“I want to continue the thread of her being the kind of girl who calls you up out of the blue and you always say yes, because it’s an adventure,” said Leth in a prepared statement from Marvel Comics. “She’s a super hero martial-arts wiz that can sense mystical energy! She learned how to fight on the moon, so you KNOW she’s good at what she does and has the history to back it up.”

Beginning her heroic career with the Avengers and then becoming a core member of the Defenders, Hellcat’s new series will be inviting readers into a no-nonsense journey following this kick-ass super hero as she tries to make a name for herself alongside some of the most powerful Marvel heroines around.

“With this series, Kate and Brittney are going to provide a unique spin on the super hero, providing readers with a Patsy Walker who is both supremely relatable and supremely awesome,” said editor Wil Moss in a statement to the press. “And look for guest appearances by all of Marvel’s top female heroes, including She-Hulk, Kate Bishop, Captain Marvel and maybe even the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl!”

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I know a lot of people are big fans of Patsy Walker, so adding Hellcat to its roster of titles seems like a brilliant move by the House of Ideas.

via Marvel

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Stephen Schleicher

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