The Unstoppable Wasp: Built on Hope
Nadia has been through a lot in her life, but everything’s okay now. Mostly. She never realized how hard it is to be a Cool American Teen, while juggling her mental health issues and her plans to make the world a better place. Nadia Van Dyne, a.k.a, the Unstoppable Wasp, New York’s newest superhero, and her friends are part of S.H.E.I.L.D’s first all-girl science team. When she’s gifted a virtual assistant, things seem to be going well, better than ever now that she has someone to keep her on track. But not all is well. Nadia must confront her past as she tries to shape her future in order to save, possibly, the world.
The Unstoppable Wasp: Built on Hope is full of fantastic characters, at least the way Nadia describes them is fantastic anyway. Most of the characters don’t make much of an appearance, and when they do, they rarely show more than one emotion. Nadia’s family was confusing, and I finally puzzled it out a few chapters after she explains the situation. I did like the random science facts, I learned some fun things, but they interrupted the story in the wrong places. If you haven’t read the comics then some things can be confusing, but after a quick internet search it starts to make sense.
|Page Count||316 pages|
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