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Wasp ist ein fiktiver Superheld, der in amerikanischen Comics von Marvel Comics erscheint. Die Figur wurde von Stan Lee, Ernie Hart und Jack Kirby kreiert und erschien erstmals in Tales to Astonish # Ant-Man and the Wasp ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Actionfilm rund um die Marvel-Figur Ant-Man von Peyton Reed und eine Fortsetzung des. Nicht lange, nachdem Hank Pym der erste Ant-Man wird, versucht Janet van Dyne als Wasp den Tod ihres Vaters zu rächen. Später wird sie Gründungsmitglied. Ant-Man and the Wasp ist ein US-amerikanischer Sciene-Fiction-Actionfilm, basierend auf den gleichnamigen Marvel Comics Charakteren. Marvel Comics. ○ Origin: Mensch mutiert durch Pym Partikel und ausgerüstet mit Bio-Synthetischen Flügeln; Janet van Dyne wurde als.
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Avengers Assemble Infinite Power Part 3 :. Avengers Assemble Infinite Power Part 4 :. After sustaining severe injuries during the Crossing , Pym put Janet through the same process that he had originally used to give her her powers.
This temporarily mutated Janet into an almost completely wasp-like form. In this form, she was among the Avengers who seemingly gave their lives to absorb the energy of Onslaught , in reality being shunted to an alternate dimension.
She was later returned to normal by Franklin Richards, and helped to re-assemble the team after this event. Following a membership evaluation after dealing with the sorceress Morgan Le Fay in the Morgan Conquest story arc, Wasp was left in a reservist role for a time but eventually re-attained full membership and even regained the chairmanship.
Janet hosted the television show "America's Next Superstar" for a time. Jan then had a dallying affair with Hawkeye after he re-joined the Avengers, which left Hank reeling.
She soon returned to her longtime, if rocky, flame. Around this time, Jan also began using Pym Particles to grow to immense heights, just as Hawkeye as Goliath and Pym had done.
One day at the pool, while discussing her fling with Hawkeye to the Scarlet Witch, a slightly tipsy Wasp confessed to a pregnancy scare and inadvertently mentioned Wanda's own children, whose unnatural existence Agatha Harkness had erased from Wanda's memory.
The Wasp's slip of the tongue, combined with the Scarlet Witch's increasingly unstable mental state and growing powers caused Wanda to suffer a mental breakdown which led to the events of " Avengers Disassembled".
Hank watched over her as she laid in the hospital, and when she recovered, they reconciled. The two retired from the Avengers in order to pursue a new life together in Oxford.
The Wasp reappeared with Pym in the miniseries Beyond! At this point, Hank was still her ex-husband and, over the course of the events chronicled in this series, it was revealed that they had called off their most recent attempt at a romantic relationship although they remained on good terms.
With the onset of the superhuman Civil War , Hank helped spearhead the pro-registration movement. Janet was also pro-registration although she was very upset about the murder of her friend Bill Foster and had become the host of a pro-registration reality show called America's Newest Superhero.
When selecting the roster for the latest incarnation of the Avengers team, this time as part of the Fifty States Initiative, Tony Stark selected Janet as a founding member of the Mighty Avengers.
When alien symbiotes attacked New York, Janet used a refined growth formula given to her by Hank Pym which allowed her to shift to giant-size without side effects.
It was later revealed, however, that Hank had been replaced by a Skrull impostor by at that point, so it was possible that some flaw had deliberately put in the formula.
During the beginning of the fight, Janet was briefly turned into a symbiote monster before a cure was created by Stark.
The Wasp was among the Mighty Avengers fighting the Skrull forces, some disguised as various Earth heroes and attacking from Skrull starships during the Secret Invasion.
She was later seen with the rest of the Avengers heading to New York to confront more invading Skrulls. While fighting the Skrulls, the true sinister purpose of the serum that the Skrull Hank Pym gave her was revealed.
After the Skrull Queen Veranke was shot and killed, Skrull Pym activated a button that made Jan increase in size, very rapidly.
Jan realized that the particles Pym had given her in earlier were now turning her into a bio-bomb.
Jan was seen growing huge and emitting a black-purple matter in a precursor to an explosion. Knowing she was about to die, she tried to flee the battlefield and take as many Skrulls with her as she could.
In order to save countless innocent people, Thor was forced to teleport Jan to another dimension before she could explode, vowing to avenge her in the process.
After the death of Janet Van Dyne, the real Hank Pym was discovered to be a captive on board one of the Skrull starships, along with many other missing heroes who had been replaced by Skrull impostors.
Much to Hank's shock, he learned that his former wife had been used as a Skrull weapon in the invasion.
Earth's heroes then had to break the news to Hank that Janet had died as a result. The news devastated Hank, and for a while he went into seclusion in his lab.
After he re-emerged, he decided to honor the woman he regarded as 'the greatest hero he had ever known' by taking up the hero's mantle again and creating a new alter ego for himself: the Wasp.
Shortly after her death, it seemed that Janet's soul-spirit was encountered by her former Avengers teammate Hercules when he journeyed to the underworld.
Since Janet felt as though she still had unfinished business among the living, her spirit was shown trapped in the dimension of Erebus and relentlessly attempting to gamble her way back into the living world.
It was noted that the gambling games that the trapped souls played in Erebus in search of their release had the odds of a win stacked overwhelmingly against them, though these odds did not deter Janet from playing.
Meanwhile, Hank Pym discovered a massive and seemingly female celestial entity in the alternate dimension of Underspace while experimenting with dimensional technology.
The entity featured a pattern on her body that strongly resembled the Wasp costume Janet last wore when she exploded, so Hank become convinced the entity was in fact Janet herself.
Hank established an extradimensional headquarters called the Infinite Avengers Mansion in the location of one of the entity's "eyes.
But one of Hank's young Avengers Academy members, Veil , grew desperate to make a good impression on Hank and decided to trigger the device prematurely in an attempt to bring Janet back.
When the entity returned to human form, it turned out to be Carina Walters the ex-wife of super-villain Michael Korvac , not Janet.
Hank Pym had transferred Janet's memories into Carina's energy form when he thought she was his late wife.
The memories inspires Carina to live by her own wishes and not her father or husband's. Meanwhile, a version of Janet's psyche still lives on in the robotic form of Jocasta, though Jocasta has developed her own feelings for Hank.
Jocasta, now an honorary Avenger and Hank's assistant, has grown increasingly distraught by Hank's obsession with bringing Janet back.
A cyborg Janet Van Dyne also appeared, serving Father. She fought against Hawkeye and the Secret Avengers. Recently, it has been revealed that the actual Janet Van Dyne was still alive in the Microverse , apparently having been flung into that dimension when her body seemingly exploded during Secret Invasion.
During all this time, she was presumed dead. When in reality, she had been seeking a way back to her proper dimension. She became a member of the Avengers Unity Squad.
There she developed a relationship with Alex Summers, also known as Havok. They eventually fell in love. In the Apocalypse Twins storyline, the Apocalypse Twins use Scarlet Witch to send all the mutants to their own planet.
Janet goes with them and, when there, she and Alex marry and have a child. When they are returned to the normal timeline, the memories of their marriage and unborn child remain.
After the ordeal of losing her children from an alternate timeline, Wasp took a long leave of absence. Janet came back to active duty and helped her fellow Avengers when a version of the evil Ultron returned from space and tried destroying the Avengers and the Earth.
Wasp and her fellow Avengers managed to capture Ultron and send him off into space, but with the result of seemingly killing Janet's ex-husband Hank Pym, whom was sent into space with Ultron.
After Janet's ex-husband Hank Pym was seemingly killed, she again took a leave of absence. She was not seen again until many months later, when Hank Pym seemingly returned to Earth and the Avengers, claiming that both he and Ultron had merged together and that Hank had now taken control of Ultron.
The Avengers contacted Janet, asking her to verify if it was truly Hank they where dealing with. She soon found out that it was not Hank, but Ultron that actually in control.
When confronting Hank with this, a fight between the group and the evil robot emerged. They eventually managed to take out Ultron, seemingly forever, sending him into the sun Making use 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 half an inch or grow to a maximum of several hundred feet. Smaller or larger sizes are possible but the exertion begins to put a strain on her body.
Initially, these abilities stemmed from use of a Pym particle gas released from special capsules. Over time, however, her body has absorbed enough particles to allow 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.
These grant her the power of flight at incredible speeds. The Wasp is able to harness and augment her body's natural bio-electric energy, releasing it from her hands in powerful electrical bursts, which she calls her "stinger blasts" or "wasp stings.
The Wasp's genetic modifications also grant her the ability to sprout small prehensile antennae from her forehead which allow her to telepathically communicate with and control insects.
However, this is an ability that she rarely uses. Janet Van Dyne has also displayed several non-superhuman abilities that have garnered her special fame and attention, foremost of which is her fashion sense.
She possesses considerable talent as a clothing and costume designer, and in her early appearances she showcased many different costumes, all designed and created herself.
She also helped her Avengers teammate Ms. Marvel create her own signature costume. In addition, the Wasp is one of the most intuitive and deductive members of the Avengers.
She effectively deduced that a chemical accident had created a schizophrenic break in Henry Pym. She was the first Avenger to realize that the relationship between the Scarlet Witch and the Vision was the result of the infused personality of Wonder Man , and also was the first to correctly guess the identity of Iron Man at a time when Tony Stark faked his own death.
As a founding member of the Avengers, the Wasp has learned a great deal by fighting alongside veteran heroes like Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and many others, and has grown into a strong and capable leader in her own right.
She has served both as field leader and as chairwoman of the team many times during her Avengers tenure. In the Ultimate Universe , Janet is of Asian descent, rather than Caucasian, and she is a scientific genius in her own right, holding 2 PhDs.
Her mutant powers allow her to shrink and grow wings when she is shrunken. She can also produce energy blasts which act like wasp-stings.
Her powers have strange side effects however, which include causing her to eat insects, forming her own larval nests, and laying eggs.
She started dating Hank during college, but even during college Hank was extremely abusive to her. She was a roommate of Betty Ross , and Betty remembers times where Janet was missing chunks of her hair.
Their relationship would not change in time though. Hank tried to improve his behavior with medication and joining the Ultimates program.
Janet also became good friends with Captain America, which made Hank jealous. After a humiliating loss to the Hulk, he took out his frustration on Janet.
He started attacking Janet, which caused her to change size and start firing wasp-blasts at him. Hank got even more angry and ordered his ants to attack Janet.
The swarm of ants began biting the wasp-sized Janet, and she was left in a coma due to the ant attack. After Cap tracked down Hank and beat him to a pulp for what he did to Janet, he went to visit her.
Janet became outraged at Cap for beating Hank and was embarrassed at people talking about her personal life. However, after they finished a mission, Janet and Cap reconciled and would slowly develop a romantic relationship.
When Hank came back to reconcile with her, Janet refused. However, Janet would tell Hank about her relationship problems with Cap, stating that his age gap and the friends he hung out with made it hard for her to connect.
Janet would continue to see Hank secretively. Later, when the Liberators attacked America, they failed to take Janet into account.
By the time they found her, she had already freed Captain America who was being held captive at the Triskelion. As she had in the main reality, the Wasp later became the leader of the Ultimates, though her tenure proved to be short-lived.
During the disaster known as the Ultimatum flood, the Wasp disappeared. Hank and Hawkeye both searched for her, and they later found her corpse being eaten by the evil mutant known as the Blob.
Upon this gruesome discovery, Hank flew into an uncontrollable rage. He grew to giant-size and bit the Blob's head off, killing him and avenging the Wasp's death.
Hank met his own demise later in the story arc, as did many of this reality's heroes and villains. The surviving heroes carried out Hank's dying wish of bringing Janet's body to his lab and activating what he called the "Jocasta Project," the results of which have yet to be revealed.
In the Marvel Zombies universe Wasp was, as most of this reality's heroes, transformed into a zombie. Wasp was the zombie that first bit Magneto and was the reason for Magneto's death by consumption from other zombies.
Wasp is enraged by this and attacks Giant Man. She is easily defeated by Giant Man by getting her head bit off and spat out by Giant Man.
Black Panther escapes Giant Man's place and takes Wasp's head with him. She tries to persuade Black Panther to let her have a bite of him, but is denied of this request.
They are found by Magneto's Acolytes and they are taken by the Acolytes to Asteroid M , with the exception of one acolyte, because Black Panther had thrown Wasp's head at the acolyte, killing him.
Wasp is given a cybernetic body by Reynolds a surviving highly intelligent Acolyte and Forge , and is used for experimentation to find a cure for the virus.
Forty years later, Wasp is still there in an upgraded robotic body; seemingly no longer experiencing the zombie plague's hunger.
Her function in the still floundering remains of human society is unclear though she seems to always spring to King Black Panther's defense, so perhaps she is an official body guard.
After an attempt on Black Panther's life by an assassin tasked by the son of Fabian Cortez , leader of the mutant opposition, that leaves him fatally wounded, Wasp bites Black Panther in order to preserve his life the only way she can at the request of Panther's wife and queen.
Black Panther becomes a zombie. Wasp and Panther go into seclusion for a time during which they can both get their blood-lust out of their systems before returning to human society.
Shortly after their release, the power cosmic empowered zombies return to earth and attack the human compound. Wasp joins her king and their few other combat ready heroes in attempting to repel the evil zombies; constantly imploring them that she can help them to conquer their blood-lust as she has cured herself of it; but falling upon deaf ears.
In one of these conflicts, Wasp's robotic body is damaged and while she is being repaired by Reynolds, Reynolds reveals his romantic feelings for her and the two share a kiss that shocks and appalls all onlookers, human and zombie alike.
In the next battle, Wasp's robotic body is destroyed and she is presumed dead. Reynolds, who had fallen in love with her and is despondent due to her apparent demise sacrifices himself by allowing himself to be eaten by a rampaging zombie Hulk; banking on that if Hulk's hunger is sated, he will revert to Banner.
Reynold's sacrifice pays off and, once Hulk has reverted to Banner, Banner allows himself to be killed for the greater good before he can become the Hulk again.
By this point, the last remaining power cosmic empowered zombies have stopped feeling their hunger pangs and they all try to band together to help the humans.
During the cleanup and repair efforts on the human compound, Wasp's head is discovered, still "alive". She is given either a new robotic body or an unused older model to get by with.
She mourns for Reynolds and reveals to her long ago husband Giant Man that Reynolds was the greatest man she had ever known. Shortly thereafter, Wasp, along with the few other remaining zombies is tricked by Cortez and is teleported to another dimension.
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 most frequently 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.
Janet does not appear to have ever used her Wasp identity in this version. It has been revealed that Janet can shrink to wasp size but, unlike in Marvel's main reality, she sees no point in being tiny.
Her maximum size is unknown but she has grown 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. Originally she wore a skin-tight full body suit that accurately accentuates all her curves along with her muscles and primarily purple with some blue costume with a mask that was similar to that of Giant-Man.
It included the antennae although she never used them. They left her vulnerable to insect mind control as seen in issue Her second costume was primarily blue with some purple set in a v-pattern from her waist running all the way to her posterior regions and lacks a mask or antennae.
Whether this costume increases her maximum size is yet to be seen. She has also mentioned that she has at least two brothers although they have never been seen or given any names see Marvel Adventures: the Avengers 3.
In the MC2 universe an alternate future timeline , the marriage between Janet Van Dyne and Hank Pym was more successful and they had a son and a daughter.
But Hank, as Giant-Man, was killed during the final mission of the original Avengers, and Janet died of a broken heart soon after.
Their children blamed the Avengers for their parents' deaths and used Hank's technology to give themselves super-powers.
Red Queen assembled a supervillain team called the Revengers , who battled A-Next , the next generation of Avengers. In this reality, also called Battleworld , Wasp and Human Torch married and had a son called Firefly.
During the House of M story arc, the Scarlet Witch went insane and created an alternate reality where mutants became the ruling class and humans the oppressed class.
In this reality, Janet Van Dyne was a normal human who had never gained her Wasp powers. Due to her great artistic talent, she overcame prejudice against humans and became a renowned fashion designer with headquarters in Paris.
She was famous for designing the uniform of Ms. Marvel who was a wildly popular hero in this reality , and powerful and successful mutants routinely went to Janet when they wanted distinctive costumes made for themselves.
Earth was created when a longtime Avengers enemy, the sorceress Morgan Le Fay , stole a powerful Asgardian artifact called the Twilight Sword and used it to transform reality into a medieval society, with herself as its queen.
She bewitched all members of the Avengers and made them into her personal bodyguards called Queen's Vengeance, with their code-names and costumes altered to reflect their medieval setting.
The Wasp was a member of Queen's Vengeance and became known as "Pixie", wearing a green fairy-like costume. Eventually the Scarlet Witch broke free of Le Fay's mind control and used her powers to free her teammates.
The Avengers then defeated the sorceress and restored reality to normal. Winged Amplification Surge Plasma which allowed her to fly.
This differed from the original Wasp whose powers came from experimentation by Hank Pym, and changed size via a serum.
Hank Pym died at the hands of Elfqueen. Janet blamed herself for his death, for not arriving in time to save him.
That thought took her to a dark place where she wanted to punish every criminal much harder than before, and she eventually took up a new name: Black Wasp.
In this alternate reality, Jan grieves after Hank Pym is killed by Loki. Ten years later, Jan now calls herself Black Widow and seeks vengeance along with her team of Avengers against Loki.
The Wasp was nearly featured as a main character in the film, mirroring her role in the comics as a founding member of the team.
She was written into the script to replace Black Widow when it looked like the character would have to be omitted due to salary issues with Scarlett Johansson , and according to Joss Whedon , she was essentially a viewpoint character for the audience.
Unfortunately, it was decided that it would take too much time to establish the character and explain her origin, especially with six other Avengers in the film since Johansson did ultimately come to a deal with Marvel, allowing Black Widow to return , which resulted in Wasp being cut from the movie.
At an unknown certain point she married him and they had a daughter, Hope. In she undertook a mission to disable a Russian nuclear missile with Hank.
Unfortunately, they couldn't breach the missile's titanium outer shell. In order to breach it, Janet shrunk to dangerous sub-atomic levels and destroyed the bomb at the cost of her own life.
However, at the end of the film, Scott Lang manages to survive after being trapped in the Quantum Realm, the same place Janet was supposedly sent, causing Hank to conclude that Jan may still be alive somewhere.
The film's mid-credit scene later shows Hank presenting Hope with an unfinished Wasp suit he had been developing with Jan prior to her sacrifice, passing the torch from mother to daughter.
Janet plays a major role in the sequel, portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer. In the movie, it is revealed that Janet actually survived her apparent death, but ended up trapped for decades inside the Quantum Realm.
At the start of the film, Scott Lang is shown having odd dreams involving Janet and Hope despite having never met the former.
It is revealed that due to Scott's trip to the Quantum Realm in the previous film, Janet has been able to mentally send messages to him.
At the end of the movie, Hank successfully manages to bring Janet back to the physical world, where she reunites with her daughter and uses her newfound quantum abilities to help soothe Ghost 's pain.Abby Ryder Fortson. Bill Foster, der mittlerweile an einer Hochschule unterrichtet. Unter den mehr als bei Rotten Tomatoes aufgeführten Kritiken sind 88 Prozent eher positiv und vergeben durchschnittlich click der möglichen 10 Punkte. Inhaltsverzeichnis [ Anzeigen ]. Cassie Lang. In: Variety. Phase 1. Elihas Starr. Peyton Reed. Beide glauben, dass Hanks im subatomaren Raum verschollene Frau Janet noch am Leben ist und wollen diese zurückholen. Juli in den US-amerikanischen und am Foster erklärt sich happy tree dazu bereit, sich um Ava zu link.