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Marvel honors 3-year-old Midlands boy killed by falling tree limb

Jacoby Latta, 3, was a huge superhero fan and is getting a loving tribute in a new Marvel comic. (Source: Sanford Green) Jacoby Latta, 3, was a huge superhero fan and is getting a loving tribute in a new Marvel comic. (Source: Sanford Green)
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

A Midlands boy who was a huge superhero fan and died suddenly is getting a loving tribute in a new Marvel comic.

"Uncanny Avengers" issue No. 23 will be released next week and will be available at Columbia-area comic book stores.

Jacoby Latta was at a church picnic with his family when a falling tree limb hit and killed him at an Irmo park in May.

Jacoby's dad says the 3-year-old love Captain America, Iron Man, and all the Avengers.

The comic will be available Aug. 27 at the following locations:

Punk Monkey Comics

4711 Forest Drive

Columbia, SC 29206

 

Scratch-n-Spin

513 12th Street

West Columbia, SC 2916

 

Cosmic Rays

4427 Devine Street

Columbia, SC 29205

Silver City

538 Knox Abbott Dr,

Cayce, SC 29033

 

Comics Nirvana

5135 Sunset Blvd,

Lexington, SC 29072

 

Gamma Comics

9557 Two Notch Rd,

Columbia, SC 29229

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