Marvel's Unstoppable Wasp Will End With Issue 10

Unstoppable Wasp

After being revived for a second volume by fan demand, The Unstoppable Wasp is ending its current volume with its tenth issue this July.

Series writer Jeremy Whitley announced the series' ending through Twitter and what its lead character, Nadia Van Dyne, means for him. Starring the daughter of Hank Pym and his first wife, the series saw Nadia come into her own as the new Wasp and lead the Agents of G.I.R.L. against the forces of A.I.M. with her superhero abilities and her super-genius intellect.

Eventually, she also received support from the original Wasp, her stepmother Janet Van Dyne, and took Janet's last name.

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An eight-issue first volume by Whitley and Elsa Charretier ran through 2017, and fan support of the series leading to a relaunch with Whitley teaming with artist Gurihuru last year. Between the two volumes, Unstoppable Wasp ran for a collective 18 issues.

Despite the end of Unstoppable Wasp, Whitley, the Eisner Award-nominated writer teased that his next Marvel project would be announced by the publisher some time this week.

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The Unstoppable Wasp #8 is written by Jeremy Whitley and illustrated by Gurihuru. It will go on sale on May 22 from Marvel Comics.

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