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Janet Van Dyne

In „Ant-Man and the Wasp“ werden wir endlich Hopes Mutter Janet van Dyne kennenlernen. Ist sie nach 30 Jahren im Quantum Realm noch. Janet van Dyne ist die Ex-Ehefrau von Hank Pym, der sie genetische veränderte. Als Superheldin The Wasp wurde sie nicht nur die Partnerin. Funko Marvel: Ant-Man & The Wasp: Janet Van Dyne, Mehrfarbig, Standard bei indiancinemaevents.com | Günstiger Preis | Kostenloser Versand ab 29€ für.

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Before revealing this, and during the period in which Yellowjacket still believes himself to have killed Hank, Janet marries Hank, though the wedding is disrupted by an attack from the Circus of Crime.

During the fight, it is revealed that Yellowjacket is Pym. After another departure from the team, Janet van Dyne returns briefly and becomes a member of the original Lady Liberators , [14] before once more leaving the team.

She becomes temporarily trapped at insect size, and battles Whirlwind, Para-Man and Dr. During one of her breaks from active Avengers duty, Janet approaches the team with concerns about her husband having suffered a breakdown and attacked former teammates.

In attempting to find a way to help Hank, she is captured by a brainwashed Hank, [17] and used by Ultron as a template to create Jocasta.

She is rescued when Jocasta alerts the Avengers to her location, and Black Panther suggests that the A. Janet van Dyne discovers that her husband, now paranoid, overbearing and verbally abusive, has concocted a plan to make himself look good in front of the Avengers by staging an attack that can only be stopped by the instigator.

When she attempts to dissuade him, Hank strikes her; she divorces him soon after and takes a very brief break from the team.

When Janet returns to the Avengers, she proposes that the team is in need of new leadership and nominates herself for the role of Chairperson. She is elected to the position by Thor, Iron Man , and Captain America.

She makes it a point to increase the number of women on the team and recruits She-Hulk and Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau. At the same time as taking on leadership of the team, Janet begins to work in earnest as a professional fashion designer.

Part of her friendship with She-Hulk includes designing new clothing for her. She also renews her social life, engaging in a whirlwind romance with Tony Stark before learning that the billionaire is Iron Man.

She breaks off the relationship, saying that she cannot date a colleague who is also a friend of her ex-husband. Janet briefly hands leadership of the team off to the Vision , [22] though he soon leaves the team and returns the position to her.

During the Under Siege storyline, Janet leads the team during a time where they are attacked from all sides. She defeats Titania and the Absorbing Man , then leads a team against Baron Zemo 's forces to rescue Captain America, the Black Knight , and other team members who have been captured.

Shortly after the resolution of this story, she steps down from leadership once more, succeeded by Monica Rambeau in that position.

After leaving the team, she battles the threat of Red Ronin by herself. During this time, she resumes a romantic relationship with Hank.

Several years later, Janet van Dyne returns to the Avengers, first at reserve status, and later as a full member of the team.

During the Destiny War , the Janet of the present becomes the leader of a team of Avengers assembled from different time periods, cited as being chosen due to her "inner strength and flexibility to give the team direction without exerting too much control".

Janet van Dyne once more takes up leadership of the Avengers and continues to make sure there is a strong female presence on the team.

Under her leadership, the number of women on the team outnumbers the number of men for the first time in Avengers history.

Though her relationship with Hank Pym remains strong for some time, she turns down his proposal of remarrying, saying she wouldn't marry him again.

She is shown to be powerful enough at this size to take down a jet. Janet van Dyne is shown as a member of the Avengers and aids them during the battle with Starro.

She also gives Iron Man the idea to create a dimensional alarm and rallies other Avengers to defend the artifacts. After the final battle in the Savage Land against the Justice League , Janet ends up as an Avenger in the new merged world that the villain Krona created and is unaware of the changes.

In this world she and Hank are good friends with Elongated Man and his wife Sue Dibny. When the two teams decide to team up against Krona, the Wasp fights alongside the Avengers until the battle is over.

While discussing her fling with Hawkeye, with the Scarlet Witch , a slightly tipsy Wasp confesses to a pregnancy scare and inadvertently mentions Wanda Maximoff's own children, [39] whose unnatural existence Agatha Harkness has erased from the Witch's memory.

Wasp's slip of the tongue, combined with Scarlet Witch's increasingly unstable and growing powers, cause Wanda to suffer a mental breakdown which leads to the events of Avengers Disassembled.

Janet is knocked into a coma by a rampaging She-Hulk during an attack on Avengers Mansion by the Scarlet Witch.

Hank Pym watches over her in the hospital, and when she recovers, they reconcile. The two retire from the Avengers to pursue a new life together in Oxford.

Janet van Dyne is pulled into space and placed in a situation where she is expected to fight to the death with other heroes and villains. Instead of following the wishes of the Stranger—who they thought to be the Beyonder—Janet falls into the leadership position for the group, giving tactical orders in battle and calling upon her years of experience with the Avengers to handle the threats thrown at them.

After tension between her and her ex-husband, Janet explains to Medusa why she can't reconcile with Hank Pym, despite an attempt to do so while in London.

Upon learning that the Space Phantom has taken on the form of Spider-Man, Janet leads the group and keeps one of the team from being trapped in limbo when the Space Phantom attempts to take the person's form.

During the superhuman Civil War, Janet van Dyne is pro-registration and suggests that they push forward the fifty-state initiative to get things under control after the Thor-Clone kills Bill Foster , an event which upsets her greatly.

Janet van Dyne is selected as a member of the Mighty Avengers by Carol Danvers and Tony Stark as part of the Fifty State Initiative.

During the beginning of the fight, she is briefly turned into a symbiote monster before a cure is created by Stark.

Janet van Dyne is among the Mighty Avengers who are fighting heroes from the Skrull ship. She is later seen with the rest of the Avengers heading to New York to confront the Skrulls.

While fighting the Skrulls, the true purpose of the serum that the Skrull Hank Pym has given her is revealed. After Queen Veranke is thought to be dead, the Skrull imposter presses a button that makes Janet increase in size rapidly, as well as causes her to emit lethal amounts of black-purple energy.

Janet realizes that the "new" particles Pym has given her are turning her into a bio-bomb, and she tries to flee the battlefield and take as many Skrulls with her as possible when she explodes.

To save both the city and heroes, Thor uses the enchanted hammer Mjolnir to create a spatial warp to seemingly disperse Janet into nothingness.

Thor is devastated by the act and vows to avenge her. Following the Avengers vs. X-Men storyline, it is revealed that Janet van Dyne has not died after all, but has been shunted into a Microverse by Thor's spatial warp in the same spot that she appears to have died in Secret Invasion.

Using her Avengers communication card she is able to send a signal with help from a local being called Cru-Sani.

Giant-Man, Captain America, Thor and Iron Man go into the Microverse to rescue her and find her alive and fighting against an evil despot, Lord Gouzar, who has conquered the Microverse.

After defeating Lord Gouzar and liberating the Microverse from his tyranny, Janet and her fellow Avengers return to their normal universe.

Following a brief hiatus, Janet returns to the team as a member of the Avengers Unity Squad. In addition to serving on the roster, she privately funds the team to avoid the problems that would come with government sponsorship.

There she confronts Gouzar once more, before returning to normal space. Years later on Planet X, she is captured when she and Havok destroy a tachyon dam preventing time travel to their era.

They are contacted by Immortus informing them that Immortus can return their daughter to them if they take action at the right time and place to conceive her, but he also warns them about the imminent threat posed by the Red Skull.

After the Red Skull's actions cause all heroes and villains present at his defeat to undergo a 'moral inversion', [55] Alex attempts to argue for Janet's life as the X-Men prepare to detonate a gene bomb that will destroy all non-mutants in the blast radius, but accepts the decision nevertheless.

Although the inversion is undone, the two separate for good when Alex is one of three characters the other two being Iron Man and Sabretooth to remain in their new state.

As part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel , Wasp confronts Wolverine X and her clones called The Sisters when they try to steal an Ant-Man suit.

Upon Wolverine clearing things up, Wasp agrees to shrink down and destroys the nanites in Zelda's body. While Wasp and Wolverine made their way through Zelda's body, Captain Mooney of Alchemax Genetics shows up and shoots Zelda causing Wasp and Wolverine to exit the body.

The two of them knock out Captain Mooney. Wasp later caught up with the Uncanny Avengers and confronted Ultron Pym after helping to fend off the monsters in the subway.

When Wasp asked Ultron Pym about the recent events, she figured out that Ultron is in control of Hank when Ultron guessed wrong.

The rest of the Uncanny Avengers were informed of this causing Cable to pressure Hank enough for Ultron to go on the attack and reveal his true self.

Wasp later appears as a member of the Agents of Wakanda. Making use of the cellular implantation of sub-atomic Pym particles, the Wasp possesses the power to alter her physical size, causing her body's mass to be shunted to or gained from an alternate dimension known as Kosmos.

She is able to shrink to a minimum of several centimeters or grow to a maximum of several hundred feet. Smaller or larger sizes are possible but the exertion puts a strain on her body.

Initially, these abilities stem from use of a Pym particle gas released from special capsules, and later biochemical augmentation by Henry Pym.

Over time, however, her body absorbs enough particles to cause cellular mutation due to repeated exposure to Pym particles, allowing her to alter her size at will.

At miniature size, her strength level increases as her body's mass is compacted. At giant size, her strength and endurance increase geometrically with her height, reaching superhuman levels.

Despite the advantages of giant size, Janet usually prefers to remain the diminutive Wasp, calling on her growth power only in times of extreme emergency.

At miniature size, the Wasp grows a pair of translucent insect wings from her back, a result of genetic modifications provided by Hank Pym.

The Wasp is able to harness and augment her body's natural bio-electric energy, releasing it from her hands in powerful electrical force bursts, which she calls her "stinger blasts", "stingers", or "wasp's stings".

Originally, she requires special wrist devices to produce these, but again, Pym particle absorption allows her to create the ability unaided.

The Wasp's genetic modifications also grant her the ability to sprout small prehensile antennae from her temples which allowed her to telepathically communicate with and control insects.

However, this is an ability she rarely uses. Van Dyne displays several non-superhuman abilities that garner her special fame and attention, foremost of which is her fashion sense; in nearly all of her early appearances, she sports a new costume, presumably designed and manufactured on her own as she is a gifted fashion designer.

She is also a skilled amateur screenwriter. The Wasp is trained in unarmed combat by Captain America and in combat using her special powers by Henry Pym.

In addition, the Wasp is one of the most intuitive, if not deductive, members of the Avengers, and is an experienced leader and strategist.

After the apparent death of Janet van Dyne, her ex-husband Hank Pym became the second Wasp and joined the Mighty Avengers as their leader. Como sua contraparte da Terra, Janet parece mudar sua fantasia regularmente.

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Janet van Dyne is among the Mighty Avengers who are fighting heroes from the Skrull ship. She is later seen with the rest of the Avengers heading to New York to confront the Skrulls.

While fighting the Skrulls, the true purpose of the serum that the Skrull Hank Pym has given her is revealed. After Queen Veranke is thought to be dead, the Skrull imposter presses a button that makes Janet increase in size rapidly, as well as causes her to emit lethal amounts of black-purple energy.

Janet realizes that the "new" particles Pym has given her are turning her into a bio-bomb, and she tries to flee the battlefield and take as many Skrulls with her as possible when she explodes.

To save both the city and heroes, Thor uses the enchanted hammer Mjolnir to create a spatial warp to seemingly disperse Janet into nothingness.

Thor is devastated by the act and vows to avenge her. Following the Avengers vs. X-Men storyline, it is revealed that Janet van Dyne has not died after all, but has been shunted into a Microverse by Thor's spatial warp in the same spot that she appears to have died in Secret Invasion.

Using her Avengers communication card she is able to send a signal with help from a local being called Cru-Sani. Giant-Man, Captain America, Thor and Iron Man go into the Microverse to rescue her and find her alive and fighting against an evil despot, Lord Gouzar, who has conquered the Microverse.

After defeating Lord Gouzar and liberating the Microverse from his tyranny, Janet and her fellow Avengers return to their normal universe.

Following a brief hiatus, Janet returns to the team as a member of the Avengers Unity Squad. In addition to serving on the roster, she privately funds the team to avoid the problems that would come with government sponsorship.

There she confronts Gouzar once more, before returning to normal space. Years later on Planet X, she is captured when she and Havok destroy a tachyon dam preventing time travel to their era.

They are contacted by Immortus informing them that Immortus can return their daughter to them if they take action at the right time and place to conceive her, but he also warns them about the imminent threat posed by the Red Skull.

After the Red Skull's actions cause all heroes and villains present at his defeat to undergo a 'moral inversion', [55] Alex attempts to argue for Janet's life as the X-Men prepare to detonate a gene bomb that will destroy all non-mutants in the blast radius, but accepts the decision nevertheless.

Although the inversion is undone, the two separate for good when Alex is one of three characters the other two being Iron Man and Sabretooth to remain in their new state.

As part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel , Wasp confronts Wolverine X and her clones called The Sisters when they try to steal an Ant-Man suit.

Upon Wolverine clearing things up, Wasp agrees to shrink down and destroys the nanites in Zelda's body. While Wasp and Wolverine made their way through Zelda's body, Captain Mooney of Alchemax Genetics shows up and shoots Zelda causing Wasp and Wolverine to exit the body.

The two of them knock out Captain Mooney. Wasp later caught up with the Uncanny Avengers and confronted Ultron Pym after helping to fend off the monsters in the subway.

When Wasp asked Ultron Pym about the recent events, she figured out that Ultron is in control of Hank when Ultron guessed wrong.

The rest of the Uncanny Avengers were informed of this causing Cable to pressure Hank enough for Ultron to go on the attack and reveal his true self.

Wasp later appears as a member of the Agents of Wakanda. Making use of the cellular implantation of sub-atomic Pym particles, the Wasp possesses the power to alter her physical size, causing her body's mass to be shunted to or gained from an alternate dimension known as Kosmos.

She is able to shrink to a minimum of several centimeters or grow to a maximum of several hundred feet. Smaller or larger sizes are possible but the exertion puts a strain on her body.

Initially, these abilities stem from use of a Pym particle gas released from special capsules, and later biochemical augmentation by Henry Pym.

Over time, however, her body absorbs enough particles to cause cellular mutation due to repeated exposure to Pym particles, allowing her to alter her size at will.

At miniature size, her strength level increases as her body's mass is compacted. At giant size, her strength and endurance increase geometrically with her height, reaching superhuman levels.

Despite the advantages of giant size, Janet usually prefers to remain the diminutive Wasp, calling on her growth power only in times of extreme emergency.

At miniature size, the Wasp grows a pair of translucent insect wings from her back, a result of genetic modifications provided by Hank Pym.

The Wasp is able to harness and augment her body's natural bio-electric energy, releasing it from her hands in powerful electrical force bursts, which she calls her "stinger blasts", "stingers", or "wasp's stings".

Originally, she requires special wrist devices to produce these, but again, Pym particle absorption allows her to create the ability unaided.

The Wasp's genetic modifications also grant her the ability to sprout small prehensile antennae from her temples which allowed her to telepathically communicate with and control insects.

However, this is an ability she rarely uses. Van Dyne displays several non-superhuman abilities that garner her special fame and attention, foremost of which is her fashion sense; in nearly all of her early appearances, she sports a new costume, presumably designed and manufactured on her own as she is a gifted fashion designer.

She is also a skilled amateur screenwriter. The Wasp is trained in unarmed combat by Captain America and in combat using her special powers by Henry Pym.

In addition, the Wasp is one of the most intuitive, if not deductive, members of the Avengers, and is an experienced leader and strategist.

After the apparent death of Janet van Dyne, her ex-husband Hank Pym became the second Wasp and joined the Mighty Avengers as their leader.

It was revealed that Hank Pym had a daughter named Nadia through Maria Trovaya who was abducted and supposedly killed by foreign agents.

This caused Nadia to be raised in the Red Room until the day she obtained a Pym Particle sample that enabled her to escape.

After earning the trusts of the Avengers after stabilizing Vision, Edwin Jarvis took Nadia on a road trip to meet her extended family. They save the president and then have a moment together.

However, despite learning the harsh truth of reality, Janet comforted her and felt she had the potential to become a true hero. Nadia soon joins the Avengers and gains U.

Upon realizing that the most intelligent women on S. G enius I n Action R esearch L abs to look for women with genius intellects. She decides to take the surname 'Van Dyne' as Janet was the only person there for her and believed in her success.

In the alternate future of the " MC2 " universe, Henry Pym and Janet Pym are parents of two children Hope Pym and Henry Pym, Jr.

Giant-Man later perishes on the last mission of the original Avengers, and the Wasp dies of a broken heart. Their parents' deaths motivate Hope to be the Red Queen to form the Revengers while Henry, Jr.

The Marvel Adventures: The Avengers series set in its own continuity features Janet van Dyne as Giant-Girl , showcasing her ability to grow rather than shrink, which she uses in combat.

She is younger than her main universe counterpart and she cracks jokes along with her teammate Spider-Man. Issue 13 of the series reveals her origin as a wealthy socialite given access to size-changing Pym particles by scientist Henry Pym here an employee of Janet's father rather than a superhero.

Her maximum size is unknown, but she grows tall enough to catch a school. Instead of having her powers naturally, Janet requires a suit powered by Pym particles to change her size.

Like her Earth counterpart, Janet seems to change her costume regularly. The first costume is purple and black with a mask adorned with antennae that looks remarkably similar to the Giant-Man costume worn by Hank Pym in the mainstream universe.

This costume allows her to grow while having the added effect of letting her control insects though she never uses this power.

This costume is later destroyed, and Janet wears a second costume that does not include a mask, as her secret identity had been revealed.

Finally, Janet gains a third suit that allows her to both grow and shrink, with the suit changing in appearance depending on her size.

While using this suit to shrink, she calls herself Wasp and has powers similar to her mainstream counterpart, such as flight, proportionally superhuman strength, and the ability to project bio-electrical stings.

A recent preview of Marvel Adventures: the Avengers 19 has shown her wearing a costume which is primarily blue but has gold-yellow accents.

Whether this costume increases her maximum size is yet to be seen. She also mentions that she has at least two brothers, although they have never been seen or given any names see Marvel Adventures: The Avengers 3.

The Marvel Zombies series features an alternate Wasp as one of the main characters. She is now a zombie, another victim of the virus that has infected nearly all her world's superhumans.

After Earth's human population is almost entirely devoured, Wasp is one of the zombies who finally kills and consumes Magneto.

The Wasp then discovers that Hank Pym has kept a secret food supply—a sedated and maimed Black Panther, held prisoner in Hank's lab. She confronts Hank, but he decapitates her by increasing in size and biting her head off in the struggle that follows.

When the Black Panther later escapes the lab, he also takes the Wasp's still sentient head, which continues begging for food.

He eventually reaches safety after encountering Magneto's surviving Acolytes. The Acolytes announce that they will study the Wasp, seeking a cure for the virus.

An epilogue, five years later, shows the Wasp exploring the deserted Earth alongside the Acolytes. Her severed head is now sealed within a liquid-filled helmet, controlling a robotic body.

Forty years later in " Marvel Zombies 2 ", her head is fixed on a more advanced machine with her head exposed to the air. She also develops romantic feelings toward one of the Acolyte survivors, a scientist named Reynolds.

As she indicates, forty years with the Acolytes is far longer than the time she has spent with Hank.

At one point, the two share a kiss. A long period without feeding seems to have cured her completely of the hunger. Now Black Panther's adviser and friend, she is forced to infect him when an Acolyte assassin attempts to kill him.

This incident is orchestrated by Malcolm Cortez, the son of Fabian Cortez , wanting to take leadership from Black Panther. When the hunger resurfaces, she nearly eats Panther's wife before being stopped by him.

Instead, they eat the assassin and they state they will go into isolation to control their hunger. This is a success.

Multiple powered zombies soon threaten the colony. Wasp fights alongside Panther, Hawkeye who had also been decapitated and inhabits Janet's own former cybernetic body , Forge, and a reformed Luke Cage and Spider-Man to save the people of New Wakanda from Firelord, Giant-Man, Wolverine, Gladiator, Hulk, Jean Grey and Iron Man seeking to finish off humanity and retain the inter-dimensional portal so they can enter a new universe.

Eventually the zombies discover, as Janet has, that the hunger fades with time, and they stop their rampage only to have their numbers halved by the Hulk.

Janet, along with the other remaining zombies the new Colonel America, Spider-Man, Cage, Giant-Man, Wolverine and Black Panther , end up teleported to another universe by Malcolm Cortez.

The Wasp ends in the dimension of 'Earth Z'. She leads an alien invasion of the zombie-infected Earth in an effort to quash the flesh-eating threat.

She fails at this and is destroyed. During the period when she is presumed dead, a cyborg version of the Wasp appears in the Core, an underground city populated by robots.

He muses that the cyborg must have been the reanimated corpse of Janet, and finds himself unable to harm her. After the death of her timeline's version of Hank Pym, the Deathlok Wasp attempts to kidnap and assimilate his Earth counterpart.

Janet Van Dyne is a Stark International employee who wears a suit which grants her plasma wings. Janet has a rivalry with Iron Girl.

Wasp helps defend the energy well from Hydra and Namor. The Ultimate Marvel incarnation of Wasp is Janet Pym , a year-old mutant and a member of the Ultimates.

Her mutant status remains hidden from the public but is known by Henry "Hank" Pym and S. She can generate a glittering wasp-like sting which she discharges through her hands.

Henry is abusive to her early in their relationship and during college is known to have hit her at least twice, putting her head through a door on one occasion and splitting the roof of her mouth on another.

Betty can also recall instances where Janet is missing chunks of hair. Janet also suffers from severe bulimia prior to joining the Ultimates.

Hank's attempts at change through medication and enlistment in the Ultimates does not improve his behavior. As a result of Hank's humiliating loss against Hulk and simmering jealousy of Janet's friendship with Captain America Steve Rogers , Hank and Janet fight viciously until Janet resorts to stinging and Hank commands an army of ants against her.

Janet is found in a state of anaphylactic shock , caused by receiving multiple ant stings she has received while at wasp-size.

Captain America, upon learning of Hank's violence, tracks down and beats Hank unconscious for Janet.

Captain America's visits Janet after the fight left her exasperated and angry, stemming from embarrassment of her personal life now being public.

On one of their secret meetings, Janet later confesses to Hank, now classified as a security risk by S. She walks out on Rogers and meets up with Hank in a bar.

During their invasion of America, the Liberators fail to take Wasp into account, discounting her as being no threat due to her abilities being those to make herself "smaller and weaker".

Hank war sehr verliebt in sie und Dragons Staffel 7 extrem verzweifelt über ihren scheinbaren Tod, bis hin zur Distanz zu Hope und zum unerbittlichen Studium des Quantenreich s über Jahre hinweg. Abgerufen am 9. Janet schaffte es, mit Scott Lang zu kommunizieren, nachdem sie im Quantenreich mit ihm in Kontakt gekommen wae, und hinterlässt eine Botschaft. August Golden Earing den Pinewood Atlanta Studios im US-Bundesstaat Georgia. Janet appears in flashbacks and is discussed throughout the film. Janet van Dyne was married to Hank Pym, a scientist who discovered the shrinkage technology. Together, they had a daughter named Hope. After Hank was recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D., Janet insisted Hank to . Janet van Dyne, also known as the Wasp, is a member of the Avengers and was a member of S.H.I.E.L.D. until its collapse in 1 History Early Life Becoming the Wasp Working with S.H.I.E.L.D. The Avengers Initiative 2 Powers 3 Disabilities 4 Trivia Janet grew up very privileged as the daughter of successful scientist Dr. Vernon van Dyne. She was spoiled . Janet van Dyne was the wife of Hank Pym and the mother of Hope van Dyne. She operated as the superhero Wasp in S.H.I.E.L.D. until she sacrificed herself to save the lives of millions, becoming lost to the Quantum Realm. 1 Biography Early Life Having a Family Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Janet Van Dyne After Queen Veranke is thought to be dead, the Skrull imposter presses a button Counterpart makes Janet increase in size rapidly, as well Watts Familie causes her to emit lethal amounts of black-purple energy. Asgard Avengers Mansion Baxter Building Mom Pro7 Bugle Empire State University Latveria Midtown High School Negative Zone Oscorp Sanctum Sanctorum Savage Land Stark Industries Stark Tower Subterranea Wakanda X-Mansion. Retrieved Tlc Tattoo Sünden 8, When she attempts to dissuade him, Hank strikes her; she divorces him soon after and takes a very brief break from the Neuseeland Der Film. He eventually reaches safety after encountering Magneto's surviving Acolytes. She walks out on Rogers and meets up with Hank in a bar. At miniature size, the Wasp grows a pair of translucent insect wings from her back, Tamer Bakiner result of genetic modifications provided by Hank Windows 1709 Probleme. Kirby Krackle Stan Lee Joe Simon Mainline Publications Kirby: Genesis Kirby: King of Comics. During their invasion of America, the Liberators fail to take Wasp into account, Santa Claus Und Der Zauberkristall Stream her as being no threat due to her abilities being those to make herself "smaller and weaker". Marvel Studios. Os Supremos. Janet van Dyne as Wasp with Yellowjacket on the cover of The Avengers 71 November During their invasion of America, the Liberators fail to take Wasp into account, discounting her as being no threat due to her abilities being those to make herself "smaller and weaker". In the case of the Wasp, I noticed that she has so many costumes that eventually I said "Why not? During the Destiny Warthe Janet of the present becomes the leader of a team of Avengers assembled from different time periods, cited as being chosen due to her "inner strength and flexibility to give the team direction without exerting too much control". Giant-Man later perishes on the last mission of the original Avengers, and the Wasp dies of a broken heart. Janet Van Dyne Janet hopes Netflix Mistresses several occasions that Winsim Datenautomatik Abstellen long-term boyfriend Hank will propose, [11] their relationship does not move forward Www.Br-G.De that point until something more dramatic happens. Not believing Iphone Xr Wasserfest Yellowjacket was Hank's killer, she attempts to find where Firefox Private Browsing is holding Hank, [12] but instead determines that Yellowjacket is her boyfriend. Janet van Dyne, formerly known as Wasp, is the wife of Hank Pym and the mother of Hope van Dyne. Janet Pym (née; Van Dyne)", aka the Wasp was an American socialite and fashion designer who later became a superhuman adventurer. She was genetically altered by her boyfriend and later husband; Dr. Hank Pym [5] and gained the ability to alter her size using Pym Particles, as well as having had Bio-Synthetic Wings implanted in her back to allow her fly at rapid speeds and fire Bioelectric energy "stings". The MCU's Quantum Realm, first introduced in Ant-Man, is a mysterious place within the space-time continuum. As such, it works beyond the known laws of physics. The sequel, Ant-Man and The Wasp, explores the Quantum Realm a bit more when Janet Van Dyne is rescued from it. Janet van Dyne was the wife of Hank Pym and the mother of Hope van Dyne. She operated as the superhero Wasp in S.H.I.E.L.D. until she sacrificed herself to save the lives of millions, becoming lost to the Quantum Realm. Janet van Dyne is the wife of Hank Pym and the mother of Hope van Dyne. She operated under the codename Wasp in S.H.I.E.L.D. until she sacrificed herself to disarm a Soviet ICBM bound for the United States in , saving millions of lives but also becoming lost to the Quantum Realm.
Janet Van Dyne Wasp ist ein fiktiver Superheld, der in amerikanischen Comics erscheint, die von Marvel Comics veröffentlicht werden. Die Figur wurde von Stan Lee, Ernie Hart und Jack Kirby kreiert und erschien erstmals in Tales to Astonish # Janet van Dyne war die erste Wasp. Sie opferte sich, um viele Menschen zu retten, indem sie unendlich schrumpfte um eine Atomrakete ausschalten zu können. Janet van Dyne war die Frau von Hank Pym und die Mutter von Hope van Dyne. Sie arbeitete als Superheldin Wasp bei S.H.I.E.L.D. bis sie sich selbst opf. Janet van Dyne ist die Ex-Ehefrau von Hank Pym, der sie genetische veränderte. Als Superheldin The Wasp wurde sie nicht nur die Partnerin.
Janet Van Dyne

Oer- ter 1997, findet er sich Janet Van Dyne Andreas (Maximilian Grill) in ihrer Wohnung wieder. - Navigationsmenü

In der Zwischenzeit bauten Pym und Hope weiterhin einen Quantentunnel, um Janet zurückzuholen, und rekrutieren Lang.

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