For part one of our deep dive into Ant-Man and the Wasp, Andrew Rivera explores the multiple designs and identities of the astonishing Ant-Man.
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Ant-Man and the Wasp are Marvel’s original power couple, and throughout the history of Antman and the Wasp, they’ve undergone countless costume transformations. The Ant-Man evolution involves all sorts of different codenames and identities, from Hank Pym to Scott Lang, Giant Man and Goliath to Yellowjacket. But throughout the Ant Man evolution and Ant Man history, Antman and the Wasp have consistently remained two of the most important superheroes in Marvel comics, and given the tumultuous history of Ant-Man, then and now, it’s a miracle we even got an Ant Man, Paul Rudd movie in the first place.
Given his absence during Avengers Infinity War, all eyes are on AntMan, and fans across the internet have been scouring every Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer, Ant-Man and the Wasp scene, and Ant-Man and the Wasp clip for clues as to their whereabouts during Infinity War. Ant-Man, history shows, is more than capable of hanging with the big boys and girls in the MCU, but in the history of Ant Man, he’s never gotten the credit he deserves. The Ant-Man evolution from cocky thief to humble hero is helped, of course, by his partner, the wondrous Wasp. She’ll be the subject of her own Yellow Spandex next week, but until then, sit back and enjoy the insectoid evolution of Ant-Man.
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