miércoles, 1 de marzo de 2017
Some thoughts about The Unstoppable Wasp #3
Nadia's desire to explore more about the world around her is taking her to meet new people that might help her in her mission although some of them might bring her some trouble.
Another entertaining issue right here.
Jeremy Whitley offers a new installment where he focuses on the multiple relationships Nadia has and the new ones she can make. The writer takes a time to explore a bit more of her past by bringing one of her old friends which include a few hints about her background and where the story is going. However, one of the strongest aspects of the characterization is how Nadia is able to create new friendships almost instantly with different people which is demonstrated in a pretty natural and charming way.
The main story also progresses at a nice pace but is mostly centered about the character interaction which is pretty enjoyable thanks to the solid dialogue and enjoyable superheroics.
Elsa Charretier remains in art duties and her work is wonderful thanks to her cartoony style that gets expressions perfectly and elevates the script even more.
Quite solid read, becomes better and better with each new issue.