Next Week, Janet Van Dyne Finds Out What It’s Like to Be Married to Hawkeye – Unstoppable Wasp #3

In next week’s Unstoppable Wasp, the original Wasp, Janet Van Dyne, gets a taste of what it would be like to be married to her Avengers teammate, Hawkeye. When Nadia and Ying rush into Pym Laboratories to rescue their captured friends without waiting for Janey and Mockingbird to hatch a plan, Janet laments that it’s like being on a team with Hawkeye, causing Mockingbird to point out things could have been worse.

And when they catch up with Nadia and try give here a lecture, only for Nadia to ignore them and go self-righteously rushing off half-cocked into more danger, Mockingbird reports:

Nobody should have to suffer through that. Thankfully, Mockingbird spent sixteen years of their marriage being held captive by Skrulls while the world thought she was dead, as the Secret Invasion retcon revealed that she was abducted before the end of West Coast Avengers in 1993 and didn’t return until 2009. Or was that like six months? It’s hard to tell with Marvel time.

Anyway, Unstoppable Wasp #3 hits stores next Wednesday, and you can see a preview below.

Unstoppable Wasp #3
(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Gurihiru (CA) Stacy Lee
• What happens when the Unstoppable Wasp decides to take a night off with her mentor to enjoy herself? Well, obviously everything falls apart.
• G.I.R.L. is under attack by the forces of A.I.M., and everybody with super-powers or assassin training is out of the lab. What are they after? Who have they hurt? And who are these new you A.I.M. lieutenants? And has Nadia finally met her physical match in the form of a returning fan-favorite female fighter?
• G.I.R.L. is about to have a bad night.
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 12, 2018
SRP: $3.99

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