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Jeremy Whitley Responds To Frank Cho's Unstoppable Wasp Blank Sketch Variant, Or Just Luke Cage Talking About Butts


On Saturday, Bleeding Cool published a report telling you about Frank Cho's latest blank sketch variant, apparently depicting The Unstoppable Wasp, otherwise known as teenage superhero Nadia Pym, with Luke Cage and Iron Fist ogling her butt. After Bleeding Cool published the article, Cho updated his Facebook post to say that the character was meant to be Janet Van Dyne, the original Wasp.


Nevertheless, Unstoppable Wasp writer Jeremy Whitley commented on Twitter:

Well, that's putting it bluntly. A helpful and reportedly very handsome person pointed out that it wasn't technically in the *original* post that Cho labeled it as Janet, to which he replied:

In the end…

Just Luke Cage talking about butts.


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