Ant-Man sounds like the silliest superhero ever right? Well yes, he is a bit goofy, but more importantly, he’s a powerful hero that can kick butt. He is going to be such a welcome help to The Avengers in their fight against Thanos.
But before we watch him turn into Giant Man and stomp on Thanos’s face (lol) let’s take a look at his character posters.
This is Scott Lang’s origin story as the Ant-Man. What I love about this poster is the helmet. Not only does it look great but it feels so superhero-like. I love Ant-Man. He’s so much fun.
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Ant-Man and the Wasp is set to officially burst into theaters tomorrow and I can’t believe I’m saying this but I’m kind of super excited to see this movie. I went to see Ant-Man back in 2015, long story short I didn’t like it, but as the months have gone by and the ruckus surrounding Avengers: Infinity War has slowly faded away my intrigue of the next installment in this eensy-weensy sized superhero series has risen exponentially. Who’s the driving force behind that growing excitement? Wasp, the first female superhero to have her name in the title of a Marvel film. Um, yeah, that’s awesome.
Hope van Dyne made her debut in Ant-Man and I immediately loved her just as much as I loved Scott Lang’s hilariousness. She wasn’t the typical love interest that most of the Marvel films depicted but rather she acted as Ant-Man’s mentor, gloriously teaching him in very painful fashions how to handle himself in a fight. Eventually romantic feelings began to blossom between the destined superhero duo but it never felt forced or unnecessary and it didn’t diminish her character in the slightest. Now we’re finally getting to see her in action as Wasp and I couldn’t be more excited.
It’s also awesome to see women take charge and kicking booty and it appears that she will be providing that in abundance throughout the movie.
Continue reading I’m Experiencing Some Massive Excitement for ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’