ANTMAN and THE WASP from MARVEL COMICS


Hey, PREVIEWSworld! Marvel’s miniscule marauder is teaming up
with The Unstoppable Wasp in theaters, but they’re also teaming up at comic shops this
June. Break out your magnifying glass and check
out ANT-MAN AND THE WASP! Writer Mark Waid and artist Javier Garron
take us through the vast spaces between atoms, as WASP attempts to rescue ANT-MAN from his
subatomic state. But this race to escape oblivion could consume
them both if they don’t use teamwork. Aw! ANT-MAN & THE WASP #1 and #2 hits comic shops
this June, so make sure you pre-order them today. You might have to squint to find them, though. Looking for more from Marvel? Head on over to PREVIEWSworld.com/catalog,
type in “Marvel”, and discover what the house of ideas can offer you.

The Wasp Cosplay Costume Breakdown – Wednesday Webshow!

The Wasp Cosplay Costume Breakdown – Wednesday Webshow!


What up webheads? Welcome to the Weekly Wednesday Webshow. Sorry we missed last week, but this week we
have a special guest here with us to help me show you guys a costume breakdown of one
of my cosplays. Stay tuned! *music* So on this week’s episode, I’m going to show
you guys how I create a cosplay. Now there is a lot of misconception within
the cosplay community that you MUST make your cosplay and YES, I commend those amazing seamstresses
that make their cosplays from the group up. Those people have EXTREME amounts of talent
that I, unfortunately, just don’t have. But I still love putting on a costume and
playing a character, and you know what? To do that, all you need to do is get a spandex
suit! So today I’m going to show you a costume breakdown
of my Wasp cosplay. As you can see, this The Wasp cosplay is made
up of just a few essential pieces. Let me break it down for you:
We have the bodysuit, facemask and wrist cuffs that all came included in the original costume. Then, I added on the wings and the shoulder
ant man, which really made the cosplay a lot more fun. And lastly, every hero needs butt kicking
shoes so I threw on my favorite and comfiest pair of combat boots. EVERYTHING you see in this costume available
for purchase and is available through Rubies Costume Company, except those black combat
boots which you can get at literally any shoe store or even just on Amazon. As you can see, I didn’t make a single piece
in this cosplay but that didn’t make it ANY less fun to wear so I challenge you to
get out there and cosplay too. I hope you guys enjoyed that look at my Wasp
cosplay. I honestly know that that was such a fun outfit
to wear, especially with my little Ant Man with me the entire time. I got to wear that at San Diego Comic Con
and it was truly a blast. Do you guys want to try out more cosplays
and have no idea where to start? Well I have some help for you! So there’s this really cool app called “HeadWink”,
you can visit it at webapp.headwink.com or search it in your iOS and android stores. Basically, HeadWink is a virtual cosplay app
that allows you to see full body costumes on models before you purchase them so it really
helps you kind of gauge what cosplay you may want to do next. My full costume breakdown is also listed on
the HeadWink, @head_wink, Instagram page. Now the great thing about this Instagram page
is that its a total community. The whole point of HeadWink is to get cosplayers
together of all ranges, brand new and veterans and even professionals, and get people talking
about how they create things, how they do posing, any everything like that. So it’s a great place to meet new cosplayers,
find friends to attend conventions with and most importantly, pick your next cosplay! Thank you guys so much for watching this video. If you never want to miss another Weekly Wednesday
Webshow, hit that subscribe button down below and give this video a big thumbs up, we’d
really appreciate it. Thank you guys so much for watching and we’ll
see you next time! *music*

ANT MAN 3 Trailer #2 HD Paul Rudd,Krysten RitterFan Made

ANT MAN 3 Trailer #2 HD Paul Rudd,Krysten RitterFan Made


I know you are it’s not exactly a secret so you know I can break your face hey you don’t mind if I just take this last coke this routine Jessica Jones you are given every advantage allowed to make mistake after mistake you can’t control yourself I want you to die come on you smarter than both of us combined you gonna give me some MA trouble big boy are you gonna channel that famous Amish serenity you know are you thinking about her are you thinking about yourself oh that’s not great [Music] you

Ant-Man Becomes Giant-Man – Airport Battle – Captain America Civil War (2016) IMAX Movie Clip 4K

Ant-Man Becomes Giant-Man – Airport Battle – Captain America Civil War (2016) IMAX Movie Clip 4K


Holy shit! Okay, tiny dude is big now.
He’s big now. I guess that’s the signal. Way to go, Tic Tac! Give me back my Rhodey. I got him. Okay, anybody on our side
hiding any shocking and fantastic abilities
they’d like to disclose… I’m open to suggestions. You wanna get to them… you gotta go through me. Uh-huh. We haven’t met yet. – I’m Clint.
– I don’t care. Whoa! Ahhh! Get off! Something just flew in me! You’re not gonna stop. You know I can’t. I’m gonna regret this. Go. Hey, guys, you ever see
that really old movie, Empire Strikes Back? Jesus, Tony, how old is this guy? I don’t know,
I didn’t carbon-date him. He’s on the young side. You know that part
where they’re on the snow planet… with the walking thingies? Maybe the kid’s onto something. High now, Tony.
Go high. Yes! That was awesome! Does anyone have any orange slices?

How Does Spider-Man Grieve?  – Featuring My Dumb Question [Spider-Man: Blue]

How Does Spider-Man Grieve? – Featuring My Dumb Question [Spider-Man: Blue]


Have you accepted that you’re going to die? I mean YOU. The person watching this. Have you accepted that you’re going to die? You have a terminal case of life and, at some
point, you will die. My apologies to anyone who had yet to seriously
consider this before clicking on this video. As we grow into adults, there are three components
that make up our understanding of death: irreversibility, non functionality, and universality. Yeah, it’s going to be one of those videos. Put simply, to truly understand what death
means we must come to understand that: A. Death cannot be reversed. B. Dead people do not function. C. Everyone will die, no exceptions. The first known study of children and their
understanding of death, that I could find, dates back to 1934. Since then, there have been well over 100
studies conducted, in the English language alone, and a according to a 1984 review of
studies by Dr. Mark Speece and Dr. Sandor Brent, 10% of three year old children understood
the irreversibility of death. Just one year older, at four, that number
jumped to 58%. For most people, it’s between the ages of
five and seven that we come to understand death as a whole – we come to understand all
three points. A 1992 study suggested that a child’s concept
of death may not fully mature until the age of 10 (I even read one study that said 17). You can tell which of these three concepts
a child understands based on the questions that they ask. Dr. Speece suggests in later studies that
the number of components of death can vary based on the research cited. This has lead to research papers naming up
to five concepts of death, however, only the first three are helpful for this video. So I’ve often wondered, have *I* truly accepted
the universality of death? I know some people haven’t. And for that matter, how much of the grief
process do I truly understand? Well, Bill Maher be damned, we’re going
to use comic books to explore these important issues and maybe, hopefully, grow a little
as people- starting with a quick review of Spider-Man: Blue (a series that ran from 2002
to 2003). It’s a story of love, loss and things not
meant to be. It’s the story of Gwen Stacy, as told by
Peter Parker, to himself. Most of all though, it’s a story about death
and grief. So, you may ask, what can a review of Spider-Man:
Blue teach us about death and grief? Well, only one man can answer such a dumb
question. Take it away, Shane! Thanks Jay and what’s going on, everyone? Shane here from My Dumb Question… and I
have to admit something. I didn’t read Spider-Man: Blue when it originally
came out. I actually only read it about a week ago,
but, I think this (maybe) gives me a unique perspective since the memory is still fresh
in my mind. I went into Spider-Man: Blue not knowing what
to expect, other than maybe a web slinging romp with Spidey and his rouges gallery. But instead, what I got was the toughing story
of Peter Parker recalling how he fell in love with Gwen Stacy. Now, don’t get me wrong, I still got the web
slinging romp I expected but it almost seemed forced and over time I felt myself caring
less about Spidey’s battles with The Vulture, The Rhino or whoever and instead was drawn
more to the blue bubbles, Peter’s words to Gwen. All of this got me thinking about how we cope
with death and why is it that Peter chose to record his thoughts. Now, we may think of grief as an all encompassing
word for the feeling a person has after the death of a loved one but as it turns out,
there are actually several different types of grief: Anticipatory, unanticipated and
ambiguous. Anticipatory grief arises when the death of
a loved one is around the corner. Like in a situation with terminal illness. Unanticipated grief is associated with an
unexpected loss, like in the case of a car accident or a heart attack. And Ambiguous grief is the result of a tragic
event not having closure, such as the case of a kidnapping or a parent abandoning a child. In 199, mycologist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
released a book entitled “On Death and Dying”. In it, she outlined what you may recognize
as what you may recognize as the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression
and acceptance. So what stage of grief is Peter going through
in Spider-Man: Blue? Well he’s clearly not in denial about her
death and he never seems to come off angry when he’s speaking. He never makes a plea with a higher power
to bring Gwen back and we can tell from his tone that, while he’s sad, he’s accepted that
she’s gone. This leave depression, and while depression
may be conflated with a feeling of sadness or feeling “blue” it’s actually defined as
a feeling of dejection or numbness. So why don’t any of these stages fit Peter? Well, that’s because he’s dealing with a different
type of grief known as complicated grief. Complicated Grief is a more severe form of
grief and generally is believed to arise when a person is dealing with a sudden and traumatic
death situation, a circumstance that falls in line with the night Gwen Stacey Died. When a person suffers from complicated grief
they may be able to reach the 5th stage “Acceptance” but they’re never able to truly “let go”
instead they are encouraged by physiologist not to do this but instead they are asked
to create a lasting emotional bond with the deceased and this is why Peter records his
message to Gwen By speaking out loud to her, peter is able
to work through his emotions and by recording, it solidifies a moment in time for him, not
the moment Gwen Stacey died but rather how he was feeling blue at the moment he was recording,
and it’s this that keeps him connected to her. The writers managed to capture the core of
what Peter was feeling in a very relatable way… and when the story culminates with
Mary Jane telling peter to “Say hello for me… and I miss her too” I maned the f***k up, bit my lip til it bled,
f**king went away, did some push ups… [fades out] [narration beings] What is life? Are we really nothing more than a speck of
dust, flying around the universe on a tiny, round, small blue dot? I DON’T CRY OVER COMIC BOOKS! I give spider-man blue 4.8 crying faces out
of 5 Thanks Shane! Go over to My Dumb Question and subscribe,
link in the description, and tell him Jay sent you. Since we’re talking about Spider-Man: Blue,
let’s get this out of the way… “ha ha ha”, I killed Gwen Stacy. Scott totally said that once. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I love Scott…
probably more than is really appropriate… and in ways I don’t fully understand…
but… what was I saying? Right! So we’ve learned a lot so far. Peter is suffering from complicated grief. He still feels deep sorrow and pain. He seems numb and detached, focusing on little
else other than what he’s lost. And the comic itself seems to work this numbed
detachment into the narrative itself by showing us images of Spidey fighting villains and
throwing out quippy one-liners, all while these blue boxes tell us a different story,
a story of grief and loss and death. Gradually these feelings should ease, Peter
should be able to accept his loss and move forward. I think it’s important to note here that
not everyone experiences grief in the same way. Everyone finds their own path through the
grieving process. To quote grief counselor David Kessler who
co-authored two books with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross: [The five stages] are tools to help us frame
and identify what we may be feeling but they are not stops on some linear timeline in grief. Not everyone goes through all of them or in
a prescribed order. Our hope is that with these stages comes the
knowledge of grief ‘s terrain, making us better equipped to cope with life and loss. At times, people in grief will often report
more stages. Just remember your grief is as unique as you
are. So, if you’re going through grief and it
feels like your grief is different and no one understands,, to quote someone more talented
than me: I understand how you feel. That being said, if everyone grieves their
own way, with their own customized set of stages, what makes Peter’s grief different? Well, the red flag here is time. For Parker, his feelings of loss are debilitating
and don’t seem to improve even after time passes. Persistent complex bereavement disorder is
the medical term for complicated grief. Spidey’s painful emotions are so long lasting
and severe that he’s having trouble recovering from his loss and resuming his life. As Shane pointed out, Gwen’s death was sudden
and traumatic -on top of that, she was killed by Green Goblin because of Peter who tried
to save her and failed. People suffering from complicated grief often
believe that they personally did something wrong that lead to their loved one’s death
(or that they could have somehow prevented the death). This particular point hits a little too close
to home for Peter. We can see the facts: Peter didn’t throw
Gwen off that bridge. Regardless of Peter’s other actions, regardless
of what he did or didn’t do, the fault for Stacy’s death is squarely on Green Goblin. However, here’s where death and grief in
the Marvel universe differs from the real world. Remember the three components that make up
our understanding of death? Yeah, we’re bringing it back around. You see, in the Marvel universe people DO
come back from death. They DO function after they’re dead. Peter works with people who are functionally
immortal. There are beings in the Marvel universe that
are even capitol *I* immortal. How can Peter grief in a world where his understanding
of death, deeply embedded within, from childhood, is provably false? Peter can’t even properly define the type
of grief he’s feeling! Remember the three types of grief Shane went
over? Anticipatory, unanticipated and ambiguous. Gwen’s death was unanticipated but given
the state of death in the Marvel universe, isn’t it also ambiguous? I would argue that all comic books deaths
are ambiguous. Thank you, Superman. Sadly, this happens in the real world. Anytime someone goes missing and doesn’t
return, it’s both unanticipated and ambiguous. However, in cases where a loved one has died,
well, there’s nothing ambiguous about that… unless you live in a comic book world where
people routinely come back from the dead (or as ghosts or zombies). So yeah, Peter Parker’s grief is more complicated
than any grief has a right to be and this story teaches us a lot about grief, if we,
to steal a phrase from a friend, read between the panels. Spider-Man: Blue made me honestly consider
my own death and the way I approach grieving for loved ones… We should have deducted a point for that. Or added a point.. Honestly, I’m not sure. I do know one thing though, in a lot of ways,
living in the Marvel universe, would not be all that great. You know what is great? Audible.com! This video is brought to you by Audible.com,
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SPIDER-MAN 3 (2007) Emo Peter Parker Evil Dance // Double Money Scene [8K Ultra HD Ultra-Widescreen]

SPIDER-MAN 3 (2007) Emo Peter Parker Evil Dance // Double Money Scene [8K Ultra HD Ultra-Widescreen]


[Music] [PHONE RINGS] Hello. CONNORS:
Mr. Parker, Dr. Connors here. Oh, Dr. Connors. How are you? [SNORES] Quite a specimen you left me, Parker. Its chemistry is not unlike
the chondritic meteorites of the ’70s. Thanks. – Mmm. That’s good.
– You know what, Parker? – Parker?
– Get me some milk. – It amplifies characteristics of its host.
– Mmm. – Hey, give me another cookie.
– Especially aggression. – Mm.
– This could be dangerous. Peter, you didn’t keep any,
did you? You got any with nuts? Um, I have some nuts.
I could make some. – Go make me some.
– Peter? No, no, no. Course not. [Music] These shots are so good. I’d love to shoot you sometime. Peter Parker. Peter. Parker! Miss Brant, that’s not
the position I hired you for. Black-suit Spider-Man. Peter, these are incredible. – We gotta have these, Jonah.
– I’ll pay you the usual rate. If you want the shots,
I’ll take the staff job… …double the money. Get on up
Get yourself together Drive that funky soul Everybody knows somebody Who can drive that funky soul Everybody knows somebody Who can drive that funky soul Get up
Get yourself together And drive your funky soul Raise up
Get yourself together And drive that funky soul. Raise up
Get yourself together And drive that funky soul. Raise up.