#Greer Nelson | Tigra
Old flame turned rekindled flame. Tempestuous, brilliant, and constantly keeping Hank in a state of cold sweat. Mother to Hank’s biological son William.
#Janet Van Dyne | Wasp
Ex-wife, a war wound in Hank’s heart, and a constant reminder of his personal failures. He’ll never stop being sorry, and he’ll never stop trying to atone.
#Emma Frost | White Queen
Possibly one of the few people Hank is likely to lose his carefully-tended temper with. The telepath held him prisoner in the depths of his own mind whilst keeping his alter ego Yellowjacket enthralled in a Stockholme-esque game of master and minion. She was also responsible for driving Yellowjacket insane and almost forcing him to kill Jan Van Dyne’s now-husband Agent Coulson.
#Molly Cobblerfield | Retcon
Newest student at the Avengers Academy, and a bit of a weak spot in Hank’s shell. Intrigued by the girl’s abilities, he set out to study them in order provide better guidance - and gained a unexpected protégée in the process.
#Billy Kaplan & Tommy Shepherd | Wiccan & Speed
Unaware that he is, technically, great grandfather to Wanda Maximov’s twin boys, Hank has nonetheless met both and taken to them well enough to lend them a hand whenever the situation calls for it.
#Jessica Drew | Spider Woman
Teammate, friend. There were the beginnings of some chemistry here before Hank’s demons and a certain White Queen caused things to take a turn for the worse.
#Agent Phil Coulson
Jan’s current husband, S.H.I.E.L.D. liason to the Avengers, and not a man Hank is overly fond of - for more reasons than one.
#Clint Barton | Hawkeye
Fellow Avenger, fellow Academy instructor, a contributing factor in the Pyms’ divorce and - much to Hank’s despair - instigator of the nickname ‘Dr. Sexy’. In short, Clint’s an idiot; but Hank doesn’t really mind as much as he says he does.
#Bobbi Morse | Mockingbird
S.H.I.E.L.D. associate and fellow science geek. Lots of long conversations about the latest science journals over lunch.
#Bruce Banner | Hulk
Teammate, old friend, fellow science geek and ‘episode’ sufferer. On some level, Hank is still fanboying.
—More to come…—