Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Some thoughts about The Unstoppable Wasp #6

The Wasp will have to face own of her biggest fears to save her best friend.

Mother has come back for Nadia and is decided to do anything in her power to control her daughter. However, Nadia's friends have other plans.

Still one of the most entertaining reads of the week.

Jeremy Whitly continues his story by focusing on one of the running aspects of this book, Nadia's relationships. This is demonstrated perfectly due to the several friends she has made over the course of the story who are willing to help her during her current encounter with Mother which provides a lot of solid character moments.

The dialogue remains as one of the solid points as well due to the enjoyable lines that every member of the cast has that mix the lighthearted and serious moments nicely. Plus, there are also subtle lines concerning Matt Murdock's involvement in the story based on his secret identity.

Elsa Charretier offers another outstanding work in art duties thanks to her beautiful and expressive semi-cartoony style that makes the script even better.

Fun issue, hope the next one arrives soon.

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