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Jeremy Whitely And The Tanya
Jeremy Whitley is the creator of Princeless and the writer of The Unstoppable Wasp for Marvel Comics But why hasn't he written for DC Comics? Last night on Twitter, he talked about his big break at DC – that wasn't. Every time I see somebody post about Tanya Spears "Power Girl" it reminds me that I[...]
Unstoppable Wasp Revived in 2020 as a YA Novel by Sam Maggs
Following the recent cancellation of Unstoppable Wasp with Unstoppable Wasp #10, Marvel has announced that the character will return in the form of a young adult novel by author Sam Maggs in 2020 Marvel revealed the news on their website, with the story summarized as: In this thrilling new adventure, Nadia is struggling with something we're[...]
Unstoppable Wasp #10: The Danger of Jailbreaking Your iPhone [Preview]
Unstoppable Wasp sadly comes to an end this week with Unstoppable Wasp #10 But the series intends to go out with an important message for its readers: don't violate the user agreement on your technological devices It happens that Mockingbird and Winter Soldier entered a Siberian Bunker in search of Wasp's mom, and there they[...]
A.I.M. Explores Aggressive Recruitment Techniques in Unstoppable Wasp #9 (Preview)
In this week's Unstoppable Wasp #9, Advanced Idea Mechanics shows off their new aggressive recruiting techniques at the G.I.R.L Expo To avoid having to compete with rival companies and villainous organizations, A.I.M has a killer strategy – they're simply not giving their potential candidates any choice It's join or die THough at least the pay[...]
Jeremy Whitley Confirms Unstoppable Wasp Canceled After Issue #10
Those comics were: Uncanny X-Men, X-Force, Deadpool, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, and Unstoppable Wasp Out analysis was based on how "final" the solicitation text felt, along with ongoing sales numbers and, in the case of the X-Men books, Jonathan Hickman's upcoming relaunch. Well, writer Jeremy Whitley has given us the first confirmation out of those[...]
It's Nadia's Birthday in The Unstoppable Wasp #7 (Preview)
It's Nadia Van Dyne's birthday in next week's The Unstoppable Wasp #7, and her friends are throwing her a party Just look who showed up in this preview… But yeah, you might be thinking, hanging out with a bunch of old Avengers is maybe not the most fun time for a teenager Thankfully, Cassie Lang has[...]
Janet Van Dyne Sleeps on the Job in Next Week's Unstoppable Wasp #4
Unstoppable Wasp #4 hits stores next week, and Janet Van Dyne is caught sleeping in this preview in more ways than one On the one hand, she's caught literally sleeping after finally seeking medical treatment following last issue's big defeat for G.I.R.L., as you can see in the panels below… But Janet is also figuratively sleeping[...]
Unstoppable No More? The Wasp Left Out of Marvel's March Solicitations
Nadia Pym may be the Unstoppable Wasp, but is her comic uncancellable? It appears not, as there is no issue of Unstoppable Wasp solicited for March, according to Marvel's just-released solicitations, though there is a trade paperback collection. Originally canceled in 2017, Unstoppable Wasp was brought back earlier this year as an ongoing series Then relegated to[...]
Mockingbird Taps Out to a Teenager in Next Week's Unstoppable Wasp #2
And since Marvel is the company WWE aspires to be, we have to assume the rules are the same, and therefore mockingbird is either a heel or a midcarder, because she gets totally owned by teenage scientist Ying in this preview of next week's Unstoppable Wasp #2. While sparring for training, Ying locks in a rolling[...]
Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 cover by David Nakayama
That said, I am content just watching the Astonishing Ant-Man and the Unstoppable Wasp teaming up. There is an arbitrary cliffhanger at the end that will likely only be resolved if Mark Waid gets and Ant-Man and the Wasp ongoing out of this Unfortunately, there's been no rumor of that as far as I know. Ant-Man and[...]
Ant-Man and the Wasp #3 cover by David Nakayama
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Unstoppable Wasp is being held without her suit by an alien species in the Microverse Ant-Man is struggling to free her, but he's stuck at a size that's small for even the Microverse Can an army of super-intelligent Microverse ants and an eccentric alien scientist be the key to saving the day? Ant-Man and[...]
Ant-Man and The Wasp dell laptop
And Marvel went all out to deliver, getting Unstoppable Wasp writer Jeremy Whitley to write the book, with art by J.L Giles, colors by Rachelle Rosenberg, and letters by Joe Sabino. In the comic, Nadia Pym goes to visit her friend Cassie Lang with her trusty Dell laptop When she arrives, she finds Scott Lang overpaying[...]
Barzinga Episode 2: Batbeer!
Hall (opt Jennifer Carpenter & James Remar), CAGE! #1 with Mike Coulter, Uncanny Avengers #8 & Unstoppable Wasp #1 with Evangeline Lilly, some Stranger Things with Millie Bobby Brown (opt extra kids, and Winona Ryder), and more: There's a special Tatiana Maslany Orphan Black (various issues / covers) opportunity: January's thread (check for availability) had Justice League VS[...]
Buzz About Skottie Young's Unstoppable Wasp #1 Variant In January
The Unstoppable Wasp is the latest new comic from Marvel to get a Skottie Young variant cover This time, Young steps outside of his comfort zone, and instead of drawing a cartoon baby Wasp on a plain white background, he creates a lush scene that really helps to inform the reader of what's happening inside[...]