2019-03-04

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Unstoppable Wasp #4 (2018)

Unstoppable Wasp #4 was the first time that the book really clicked with me. It had Jeremy Whitley who I had enjoyed on Thor vs Hulk: Champions of the Universe, and Gurihiru, who made a huge contribution to the success of The Unbelievable Gwenpool (most of the credit goes to Dr McNinja's Christopher Hastings, whose Six Million Dollar Man comes out this week), but I just wasn't enjoying it.

Probably I should have even glanced at volume 1. Or made an effort to catch up with the large supporting cast of people who weren't Janet, Bobbi or Nadia. I found the first 3 issues confusing because I hadn't made the effort to catch up. Then Unstoppable Wasp #4 made a connection with me that elevated it above the normal Marvel book.

We start with the perennial favourite - a blackboard )