1) Jean Grey as the Black Queen by Mike Mayhew
2) Emma Frost by Greg Horn via
3) X-23 by Marko Djurdjevic
4) Snow White by James Jean
5) Buffy Summers by Jo Chen
6) Daenerys Targaryen by Sam Spratt on Tumblr
7) Mazikeen by Duncan Fegredo
8) Maya Lopez by David Mack on Tumblr
9) Tulip O’Hare by Glenn Fabry
10) Spider-Woman by Alex Ross
by Simone Bianchi
by Bill Sienkiewicz
I imagine breakfast with the Hulk would have been a tame experience for Hunter S. Thompson.
Incredible Hulk #231, January 1979
Sal Buscema and Roger Stern
So, I know Michael Douglas said MCU Hank’s wife was dead, which doesn’t bode well for Janet Van Dyne. (Particularly because the daughter he has is named Hope, same as the one he had with the Wasp in MC2.)
But I do want to point out the slim ray of hope that is the fact that Janet was Hank’s second wife, his first being the ill-fated Maria Trovaya. I know it’s probably not going to be her, but hey. (Creepy side note, he was first attracted to Jan because of how much she looked like his dead first wife. Cyclops can tell you, dude, that never works out well.)
Oh wow, I had heard of Maria but hadn’t considered this possibility! If they actually went with this and then brought in Janet, that would be okay. Not great, because the story is still pretty creepy and straight white men with dead beautiful wives to explain their manpain is a pretty tired trope.
wait you mean there is a good chance Jan is dead?
Wow ok I will NOT pay any money to Marvel to see this movie if Jan is dead