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Avengers Origins: Ant-Man & the Wasp (2013) #1

Avengers Origins: Ant-Man & the Wasp (2013) #1

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The Story
The scientist's name is Hank Pym. The socialite's is Janet Van Dyne. Both are haunted by personal tragedy and the burning need to...avenge! It's insect love, Marvel-style, as we revisit the unlikely origin (and courtship) of the astonishing Ant-Man and the winsome Wasp!
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  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 5960607252-00111
  • FOC Date: Oct 19, 2011
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IronSpidey2013 member

I really enjoyed this update to the Ant-Man and Wasp origin stories. I love how such deep pathos can be wrung from characters who, on first glance, could be dismissed as campy and dumb. As a newbie to much of the Marvel Universe, I find myself fully invested in these characters and wanting to read more thanks to the beautiful writing in this issue.

matobi member

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Great work, really nice issue.

Andrew713 member

wonderful issue with lovely art. Really enjoyed these origin issues

Wjherrmann member

#MUbug Page 20 has the wrong smart panel ordering. There is a large vertical page on the right side of the page that should be read last, since Janet says that she is sorry Hank lost his wife, and is continued on the next page. Instead, it appears first, and then the rest of the panels are shown, in which Hank tells her that his wife is dead. The ordering needs to be corrected for the page to make any sense at all.


To be honest most issues here have issues with smart panel even for old issues. With the money they have you expect they have good smart panel like comixology affiliated apps have but surprisingly marvel smart panel isn't good. Ever since I joined in June and found out how bad it is I disabled it or just never used it ever since.

Wjherrmann member

@samaron Well, it's not going to get better unless people point out the issues. Worst case, nothing happens and we're right where we are. Best case, they fix it.