History ComicBook / TheWasp

28th Feb '17 2:50:49 PM Manny20444
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* ShesGotLegs: The Ladies when giant, though hank usually wears very form fitting pants to his legs.

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* ShesGotLegs: The Ladies (especially Janet) when giant, though hank usually wears giant through the fact that they wear very form fitting pants to his legs.their legs or dresses with their costumes.
28th Feb '17 2:49:34 PM Manny20444
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* ShesGotLegs: Whenever she is giant or occasionally when she is either small or regular size (particularly when she is featured in the comics that are drawn by Creator/FrankCho

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* ShesGotLegs: Whenever she is giant or occasionally when she is either small or regular size (particularly when she is featured in the comics that are drawn by Creator/FrankCho Frank Cho.)
28th Feb '17 2:48:00 PM Manny20444
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* ShesGotLegs: Whenever she is giant or occasionally when she is either small or regular size (particularly when she is featured in the comics that are drawn by Creator/FrankCho
9th Feb '17 5:39:18 PM TheNewBig
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: More than anything Janet really wanted to be the second Mrs. Pym. So much so that she married Hank during his first real nervous breakdown simply because it seemed to be the only way to get his ring on her finger after years of asking him to marry her to no avail. The marriage sadly didn't work out so well...

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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: More than anything Janet really wanted to be the second Mrs. Pym. So much so that she married Hank during Pym, and in a moment of extreme selfishness took advantage of his first real nervous breakdown simply because it seemed unstable mental state to be the only way to finally get his ring on her finger after years of asking him to marry her to no avail. hitched. The marriage sadly didn't work out so well...failed, due in no small part to her methods.



* DomesticAbuse: To get serious for a second here, while she is one of the most famous examples of being a victim of domestic abuse in comics, she has done a fair share of her own, in many ways she's above Hank in this:
** She willfully and blatantly used Hank's drug-addled and unstable mental state to force him into marriage with her. To give context, Hank at the moment of the marriage thought himself to be the villainous Yellowjacket, later it was mentioned several times that Hank was so out of it during the ceremony that he had no idea what he was saying. Janet had ''no excuse'', as she was just being manipulative for the sake of keeping Hank by her side no matter what. She has a panel [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/yjwedding11.jpg ranting at her team mates about her happniess and how Hank's previous behavior killed that]] after her announcement to marry Yellow Jacket, who none of the avengers knew was Hank and thought her new beau killed.

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* DomesticAbuse: To get serious for a second here, while she is one of the most famous examples of being Not a victim of domestic abuse in comics, she has done a fair share of her own, in many ways she's above herself, per se, despite the [[NeverLiveItDown long-standing]] [[FanDumb misconception]] as Hank wasn't in this:
control of himself at the time and wasn't specifically targeting her. It's questionable if the slap was even intentional, and in the original draft, wasn't supposed to be. Her treatment of ''him'' on the other hand:
** She willfully and blatantly used Hank's drug-addled and unstable mental state to force him into marriage with her. To give context, Hank at the moment of the marriage thought himself to be the villainous Yellowjacket, later it was mentioned several times that Hank was so out of it during the ceremony that he had no idea what he was saying. Janet had ''no excuse'', as she was just being manipulative for the sake of keeping Hank by her side no matter what. She has a panel [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/yjwedding11.jpg ranting at her team mates about her happniess happiness and how Hank's previous behavior killed that]] after her announcement to marry Yellow Jacket, who none of the avengers knew was Hank and thought her new beau killed.
8th Feb '17 10:02:08 PM Tyjohnson616
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* CanonImmigrant: Nadia Pym is basically [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]]!Hope Pym ("Nadia" even means "hope" in Russian), only with her mother being Maria Trovaya rather than Janet. As well as the 616 heroic Equal to Hope Pym from [[ComicBook/MarvelComics2 MC2]] who was also the daughter of Hank and Jan. Which was like MCU!Hope, but was a villain instead of a hero. In a weird way it's some what a circular immigration as MCU Hope was based off the idea of doing a Heroic [[ComicBook/MarvelComics2 MC2]]!Hope. Comic everybody.

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* CanonImmigrant: Nadia Pym is basically [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]]!Hope Pym ("Nadia" even means "hope" in Russian), only with her mother being Maria Trovaya rather than Janet. As well as the 616 heroic Equal to Hope Pym from [[ComicBook/MarvelComics2 MC2]] who was also the daughter of Hank and Jan. Which was like MCU!Hope, but was a villain instead of a hero. In a weird way it's some what a circular immigration as MCU Hope was based off the idea of doing a Heroic [[ComicBook/MarvelComics2 MC2]]!Hope. Comic Comics everybody.
11th Jan '17 5:29:13 PM AnimeOtaku
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* FeministFantasy: in issue #1 the only named males to appear is Hank Pym in a flashback when Nadia is taking about her past and Naveen the guy working in the bakery along with name dropping Bruce Banner and Clint Burton, every other major character is a woman, the immigration officer working her case is a woman and she teams up with Ms Marvel and Mockingbird to take on a HumongousMecha stolen by a female MadScientist (who better to stop her than a happy scientist); and after talking to Bobbi Morse about the fact people forget she's not just an ActionGirl that hits things with stick but closer to a GeniusBruiser specialising in biology and a bona fide Adventurer who went to the Savage Lands, along with the fact that until they discovered Moon Girl was the smartest person on the planet, the first woman on S.H.I.E.L.D's list of geniuses was only number 27. Nadia then decides to look for more women who's talents are going unrecognised by setting up [[FunWithAcronyms Genius In action Research Labs]].

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* FeministFantasy: in issue #1 the only named males to appear is Hank Pym in a flashback when Nadia is taking talking about her past and Naveen the guy working in the bakery along with name dropping Bruce Banner and Clint Burton, every other major character is a woman, the immigration officer working her case is a woman and she teams up with Ms Marvel and Mockingbird to take on a HumongousMecha stolen by a female MadScientist (who better to stop her than a happy scientist); and after talking to Bobbi Morse about the fact people forget she's not just an ActionGirl that hits things with stick but closer to a GeniusBruiser specialising in biology and a bona fide Adventurer who went to the Savage Lands, along with the fact that until they discovered Moon Girl was the smartest person on the planet, the first woman on S.H.I.E.L.D's list of geniuses was only number 27. Nadia then decides to look for more women who's talents are going unrecognised by setting up [[FunWithAcronyms Genius In action Research Labs]].
8th Jan '17 3:42:04 PM nombretomado
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* RaceLift: The Wasp is Asian American in the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe [[{{Ultimatum}} (except when she isn't)]].

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* RaceLift: The Wasp is Asian American in the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe [[{{Ultimatum}} [[ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}} (except when she isn't)]].
5th Jan '17 8:55:16 AM Phoenixion
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* ''Ant-Man and The Wasp'' (featuring Hank in the role of Wasp instead of Janet)
* ''The Unstoppable Wasp'' (featuring Nadia Pym, also marks the first solo dedicated to Wasp)

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* ''Ant-Man ''ComicBook/AntMan and The Wasp'' (featuring Hank in the role of Wasp instead of Janet)
* ''The Unstoppable Wasp'' ComicBook/UnstoppableWasp'' (featuring Nadia Pym, also marks the first solo dedicated to Wasp)
4th Jan '17 10:50:46 AM Malitia
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* NaiveNewcomer: She is just so wide eyed and innocent and happy about all the heroes and her newly found freedom, home, friends, and family... given how the Marvel Universe works, and more specifically, who Hank Pym is, she is set up for very hard BrokenPedestal situations, the first you can find under WhatTheHellHero.
4th Jan '17 10:33:49 AM Malitia
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A new Wasp has since appeared as part of the Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel relaunch. Pym's first wife was a Russian political refugee, but she was murdered before he met Janet. However, unknown to Pym she had given birth to a daughter, Nadia, who was taken into the "Red Room" program that had produced the ComicBook/BlackWidow. Showing herself to have inherited Pym's aptitude for science, Nadia escaped using Pym Particles acquired from the black market and sought out her father, only to find out he had supposedly died in battle. She then steals some of his unclaimed gear and is working to prove herself his successor.

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A new Wasp has since appeared as part of the Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel relaunch. Pym's first wife was a Russian Hungarian political refugee, but she was murdered by the Russians before he met Janet. However, unknown to Pym she had given birth to a daughter, Nadia, who was taken into the "Red Room" program that had produced the ComicBook/BlackWidow. Showing herself to have inherited Pym's aptitude for science, Nadia escaped using Pym Particles acquired from the black market and sought out her father, only to find out he had supposedly died in battle. She then steals some of his unclaimed gear and is working to prove herself his successor.
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