Unstoppable Wasp Canceled After Issue #10.. But Is It Goodbye, or So Long For Now?

Back in April, following the release of Marvel’s July solicits, we told you about the five comics whose solicits indicated they could be on the chopping block taht month. 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 five titles: Unstoppable Wasp is, sadly, no more after July’s Unstoppable Wasp #10. But it is goodbye? Or is it “so long for now?” On Twitter, Whitley appears to offer hope for the latter.

First, Whitley confirmed what we suspected: that Unstoppable Wasp #10 will be the final issue of the series.

But as Whitley said, Unstoppable Wasp has come back before (it’s right there in the name, after all). And it could come back again. He offers a blueprint.

So that’s it, for now at least. But there are four more titles we thought could be on the chopping block. We should learn more when Marvel’s August solicitations hit later this month.

Unstoppable Wasp #8 is in stores next week.

Unstoppable Wasp #8
(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Gurihiru (CA) Stacy Lee
What do you do when your quasi-adopted stepdaughter reveals that she’s never had a birthday party, and doesn’t even know when her birthday is? Well, if you’re Janet Van Dyne – Original Avenger, Winsome Wasp, Pym Labs C.E.O. and Fashion Designer – you throw together the best last-minute birthday party the Marvel Universe has ever seen. But what happens when Nadia’s fellow Red Room graduate Bucky Barnes, A.K.A. the Winter Soldier, crashes the party?
Rated T+
In Shops: May 22, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Jeremy Whitley Confirms Unstoppable Wasp Canceled After Issue #10

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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