It was a little more of a “better to seek forgiveness than ask permission” kind of a situation and I kiboshed that because I need boundaries to feel secure.
Anyway, we have been talking and talking and talking and someone sparked his interest and so we talked about baby-stepping our way back into this situation with much clearer boundaries and I felt totally okay with it – until recently.
Hank gave her access to the same size-changing Pym Particles that he used, plus genetic augmentation for insect wings that would allow her to fly once she shrank small enough.
Over time the size-changing would become an innate power, plus she developed the ability to fire bio-electric "stings" from her hands.
Angela Pym (paternal grandmother, deceased); Brad Pym (father); Doris Pym (mother); Janos Trovaya (1st father-in-law, deceased); Vernon van Dyne (ex-father-in-law, deceased); Maria Trovaya (1st wife, deceased); Janet van Dyne (ex-wife); Ultron (creation, "son"); Ultron-1 (creation, "son," deceased); Dimitrios (creation, "son"); Alexis (Creation, "Daughter")Eton (Creation, "Daughter")Fountain (Creation, "Daughter")Bangalter (Creation, "Son")Cothran (Creation, "Son", deceased)Alkhema ("granddaughter"); Jocasta ("granddaughter"); Victor Mancha ("grandson", deceased); Vision ("grandson"); Vision (Jonas) (personality engrams of Vision, deceased); Thomas Maximoff ("great grandson", deceased); William Maximoff ("great grandson", deceased); Thomas Shepherd (Speed) (reincarnation of "great grandson"); Wanda Maximoff (granddaughter in-law); Machine Man (grandson in-law); all regarded by Ultron as part of his "extended family" due to their familial connections with the Vision William Nelson (genetic son); Ultronic Territories, Alaska; formerly Avengers Compound, Los Angeles, California, Crofton University, Washington, D. Jocasta just asked me were I'd be without the Avengers. He attended university where his own professors discouraged Pym's use of his own imagination and inventing things for fun by being told that he would never invent anything that would impact the world.
C., Infinite Avengers Mansion; Captive aboard a Skrull ship; Avengers Mansion, Manhattan, New York City, New York I believe in the Avengers. He married Maria Trovaya, a brave and beautiful young woman who had been a political dissident in her native Hungary, from which she had fled.
Recently, my husband and I have been talking about taking a step to be more open in our relationship.
We had made attempts to do this before, but we sort of jumped in without enough discussion and then had to pull back because if something hadn’t been explicitly outlined for him as being okay, his default was that it was and he would be willing to soldier forward regardless.
Pym's first wife was a Hungarian political refugee, but she was murdered by the Russians before he met Janet.The Wasp name was also briefly used by Hank himself during a time when Janet was considered dead, during which he would co-lead the limited series "Ant-Man & Wasp" with then-current Ant-Man Eric O'Grady.Tropes regarding him can be found over on the page. And I wouldn't have had the great honor of teaching you. Henry "Hank" Pym, is an American biochemist with extensive knowledge in various scientific fields. I've had the priviledge of fighting beside some of the greatest heroes--and best friends--the world's ever seen. But it's just as likely I'd have struggled with the same demons---depresion, mental illness, suicidal thoughs--and not make it out the other side.