quartertwain member 5pts Ok, so clearly Stan Lee, Larry Leiber, et al are consistent in their portrayal of The Wasp as an absent-minded, flighty, boy-crazy imbecile. But is it possible that the writers don't bother reading their own comics? Even if one could explain away the flying, full-sized Wasp in the previous two episodes, as some sort of horribly drawn perspective issue, there is no doubt that the old man in the elevator, two episodes ago, saw a full sized Wasp standing next to him. It was the wings that caused him to believe that he was seeing things. While I find the horribly misguided scientific understanding and profoundly dated sexual, political and cultural biases of these writers to be amusing, for some reason this inconsistency annoys me. These comics don't fit together to form any sort of canon. It's as though they were written to entertain children or something. Go figure.