I don't know about you, but recently it looks like the minis, LS and side-titles carry more of an Avengers spirit than the main books. I've already talked about Prime being surprisingly good, and now I have been favourably surprised by this title too.
Having swallowed the fact that Wasp is Hank Pym, and Ant-Man is O'Grady, the current Secret Avenger (at first I thought it would be a retro story on Hank and Jan), the first two issues have been enjoyable. Tongue in-cheek at times but with nice moments of character development, especially for Hank, and what looks like an interesting closure for Bill Foster after his death in Civil War.
Sadly at 3.99$ per issue it's almost a luxury, but have a look at it if you ever find them at low-price somewhere .
I just picked up #1&2 yesterday. I agree. I found it extremely enjoyable and had a real old Avengers feel to it. The characterization was some of the best I've seen from an Avengers book in some time. I find it sad that Marvel doesn't do more to publicize books like this. I had no idea it existed until I saw it on the shelf. I find the idea of Hank being the Wasp to be ridiculous but that concept already existed and is not the fault of the LS. Other than that, I can't wait for the final issue. I hope that this writer will receive more jobs. I'd love to see him writing a mainstream Avengers book.
lol. Obviously I do too. When I selected Wasp as half my name it was not in honor of Hank. However, that doesn't change the fact that this book is surprisingly entertaining and well-written. I assume it was necessary to get the story out quickly since Hank will thankfully be Giant Man again next month. Believe me, no one is more eagerly awaiting the return of the real Wasp than me.