PNH cover teen featured in Marvel comic




Julie Seven Sage, 14, of Nashua is featured in Marvel’s newly released comic, “Unstoppable Wasp.”

The comic is about Nadia Van Dyne, Hank Pym’s daughter with his first wife who was kidnapped by the red room, Maria Trovya, who was then raised in the red room and eventually escaped by creating a suit like her father’s. She then moved to America, where she formed a group with other teenage girl scientists called the Agents of G.I.R.L., (Girls In Action Research Labs). Together, they fight crime and help people. In the back of every issue, the comic features at least one real-life female scientist.

Julie Seven Sage has sent experiments into space, designed an award-winning invention, worked with MIT Media Lab on building a CubeSat, and runs her own YouTube channel that includes a science news show she’s been producing for two years.

If you missed ParentingNH’s cover feature on Julie Seven Sage, then you can read the feature story here.

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