The introduction of the amazing Wendy Kawasaki:
Carol: Thank you for being so flexible and meeting me here, Wendy. I promise I don’t usually unload my stress on complete strangers over the phone—
Wendy: Pfft! People always tell me their troubles. They can’t help it. It’s my superpower. Wait! I mean…it’s not like a real super-power… You probably knew that. Anyway! I’ve got everythign we need right here. Collapsible table, chair, mic stand… I also figured you probably hadn’t had lunch… I’ve got sandwiches and tea in here somewhere… Oh! And I was thinking about what you said about your cat? I could pick her up for you if you want? As a thank you. Ah! Sandwiches. Roast beef or tuna?
Jessica: I’ll take the roast beef.
Jessica: Can we keep her?
Carol: No. I have a cat. You have a Hawkeye. Or Hawkeye has a you. Not sure how that works.
Jessica: Join the club. You know who she reminds me of?
Jessica: Pepper Potts. After six quarts of coffee.
Carol: Oh my God…! You might actually be on to something.
Jessica: What’s she researching anyway?
Carol: The Banshee Squadron of World War II. You were right there, how did you miss that?
Jessica: I was communing with that sandwich! All I heard was a choir of angels singing softly in my mouth. Ch-ch-ch-changes, by the way.
— From Captain Marvel #9 by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art by Filipe Andrade