Ant-Man #5

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Ant-Man #5

Written by: Nick Spencer 

Art by: Ramon Rosanas 

Cover by: Mark Brooks 

Released: May 16, 2015 

It’s a battle between Darren Cross andScott Lang! Cross has taken Cassie’s heart and she’s dying. The first half of this issue is a great fight between the hero and the villain. It’s straight-forward stuff and a ton of fun to read because Scott’s narration drives the whole fight. 

I’m really enjoying how Nick Spencer is writing Scott Lang. He’s not a typical hero. He’s looking to make things right with his daughter and just overall redemption for the wrongs he’s committed in his life and this book really nails that aspect. It makes Scott a much more compelling character because, let’s face it, Ant-Man is a character that’s hard to take seriously as a hero and he can’t be presented in the same light as Spider-Man or Captain America, so Spencer takes a great angle in presenting this book which will grip in readers for the long run.

Aside from the fight, Scott has to go inside Cassie, kinda like the movie Innerspace, and help Cassie survive all of this. It almost sounds silly, but once again, the narration drives the moment and it’s actually incredibly touching as it’s really about a father trying to be a father for his child. This first art wraps up exceptionally well.


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Ant Man #4

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Ant Man #4

Written by: Nick Spencer 

Art by: Ramoj Rosanas 

Cover by: Mark Brooks 

Released: April 8, 2015

I don’t know how many times I can tell yall that Ant-Man is the sleeper underrated book from Marvel that you should be reading. We’re seeing the first real sense of a villain putting the screws to Scott Lang. It’s one from the past and unlike most villains they are not under estimating the god of shrinkage. They got microscopic lazers, pesticides, bullets, more bullets and indoor pool and an outdoor pool to fuck up Scott’s Infiltration game. We are seeing Spencer really testing Scott as a father and hero at the same time. We’re also seeing a unique approach to those around him such as griz, his first employee, offering help from a friend from a villain support group.

In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling

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Ant-Man Trailer 

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The new Ant-Man trailer is out and it is funny and thrilling. I’m really looking forward to this movie and I hope it turns out good. In this trailer we also get to see yellow jacket in action and fighting Ant-Man. That’s exciting.  Here is the link 

http://youtu.be/pWdKf3MneyI

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Ant-Man #3

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Ant-Man #3

Written by: Nick Spencer 

Art by: Ramon Rosanas 

Cover by: Mark Brooks 

Released: March 11, 2015

Ant-Man will have to face off one of his deadliest enemys. The mercenary Taskmaster. Wait is Taskmasker really Ant-Mans arch enemy? Who knows?? You will have to read to find out. This book is really good! Just like the other issue. They just get better and better. There is everything you would want in a book!! Humor, action, thrill the whole nine yards. Taskmaster is actually not the real villain in this issue. The real villion is Augustine Cross, that’s right the son of Cross. In this issue we also get to see the relationship with Scott and his daughter. Now that we are talking about his daughter I can bring up my next point which is, she gets captured and kidnapped by some mysterious guy. The art work in this book is just phenomenal and really good. The fight between Ant-Man and Taskmaster is beyond good. I would rate this book at a 8.8/10 and for a bonus here is a part from the book 

that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling. 

Ant-Man #2

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Man each book just gets better and better. Just like the last issue this comic was packed with awesomeness it had humor, thrill, everything you would want in a comic. After Scott moves to Miami with his daughter he has to find a job, yep you guessed it he is trying to find a job about security so he kinda robs a bank and during his interview he shows them how easy it was. To make it short he gets the job and becomes head of security. But before all this he had a villain attack him but it turns out that the villain was actually after a different Ant-Man they become friends and Scott hires him for his job. As they walk out of the restaurant Taskmasker has a rifle pointed at him. Taskmasker calls Ant-Man and tells him he has a real job for him and that’s how it ends. I’m really excited for issue 3 to come out. This book was amazing!! I would also rate it a 9/10 stay tuned for more reviews and as always keep on marveling.