What better way to open the Marvel Studios panel at the San Diego Comic Con than by announcing Michelle Pfeiffer will play Janet Van Dyne in the upcoming Ant-Man 2 movie? I don’t think there is…
Who is the new Wasp? The answer is in the All-New All-Different Avengers #9 from Marvel! Written by Mark Waid, with art by Mahmud Asrar, the issue arrives May 11th, but Major Spoilers as a sneak peek at the issue, after the jump!
In Marvel Studio‘s latest cinematic offering, Ant-Man, audiences are treated to the briefest appearance by founding Avenger, Wasp. Whether she will turn out to be Hope Van Dyne or her mother Janet remains to be seen. The Wasp is easily one of the most important women in the Marvel Universe and we here at Major Spoilers wanted to celebrate that. Were you hoping for some more Wasp in Ant-Man? Want to know where to look for tales of the Winsome Wasp going forward? We’ve got your back! Below Major Spoilers presents you with: Top 5 Wasp Stories!
During our latest Major Spoilers podcast, we discussed the recent revelations concerning the role of Ant-Man, and also the fact that for many years, Ant-Man was the front half of a duo as inextricably linked as Hawk & Dove or Batman & Robin. During our discussion, though, we found that we returned more than once to that secondary question of how to cast and utilize Henry Pym’s other half, the wondrous Wasp. Similar Waspy discussions are being had in nerdly forums around the world, but one question seems to often be going un-asked, which prompts today’s quarrelsome query… The MS-QOTD
If you’ve read the latest issue of Ultimatum #2, you know that someone else on the list got his neck broken on the last page.Â Let’s see, Wasp starts with W, and what letter comes after W? The $3.99 issue is still on sale, and is worth checking out if you are even remotely familiar with the characters in the Ultimate Universe. via Marvel
The last time Leonardo DiCaprio’s name was mentioned in connection with Japanese anime was when his Appian Way production company picked up the rights to adapt Akira.Â Leo must like the anime, as he’s snatched up another classic – Ninja Scroll. Ranking alongside “Akira” and “Ghost in the Shell” as one of the most popular animes outside of Japan, “Ninja” is set in feudal Japan and follows a ninja who must fight eight demonic warriors in order to save Japan. The hard-R movie, released in 1993 in Japan, featured a villain with stone skin, a hunchback with a wasp nest
Or – “Shipping Dates Aren’t Really That Hard To Figure Out, Are They?” I’m of two minds about the vast deluge of Avengers that struck the comic stores last Wednesday…Â On the one hand, I could see it as a marketing ploy, a way to remind us that we can’t ignore the Avengers marketing juggernaut, to give us too much of a good thing and try to make it even better.Â Of course, on the other hand, I can look at it and be certain that it’s a bad idea to ship FIVE Avengers titles (two of which have almost
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast (new show debuts Wednesday’s), the panel will take an in depth look at the first run of the Ultimates from Marvel. A teenager is climbing walls in Manhattan. Mutants are attacking the White House. Nick Fury, head of the elite espionage agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., knows the only way to combat these strange new threats is with a team of his own superhumans. Backed by a billion-dollar budget, Fury recruits Giant Man, the Wasp, Iron Man, Captain America and Thor. And while the team is strong enough to engage in a ferocious battle
Diamond Select Toys has announced the next line of Minimate figures from Art Asylum features the original team (minus Thor) assembled for the first time. The Avengers #1 Minimates box set contains Iron Man in his original gold armor, the winged Wasp, the diminutive Ant-Man and the Jack Kirby-style Incredible Hulk.