When Does Ant-Man Take Place?

When Does Ant-Man Take Place?


Ant-Man ends Phase 2 of the MCU by giving
us a glimpse of what’s to come in Phase 3, but also an excellent look back at the
MCU during a time period we’ve yet to properly explore. This is part 12 of a 20 part video series
discussing when each film in the MCU takes place. When does Ant-Man actually take place? “I think our first move should be calling
the Avengers.” Ant-Man begins in 1989, as Hank Pym derides
Howard Stark, and Peggy Carter for abusing his Pym Particle technology, and he quits
S.H.I.E.L.D. to enter an early retirement. By this point Janet Van Dyne had been lost
in the Quantum Realm for about 2 years, and we get a flashback to that time later in the
film. Scott Lang is freed from a 3 year prison sentence
on July 17th, 2015, according to this WHiH Newsfront video. “Scott Lang, who’s set to be released
from federal prison on July 17th.” Several months pass between this event and
the main time period of the film, considering Scott is criticized for not paying any money
towards child support for Cassie, and the fact that he’s having a real problem holding
down a job. Considering Ant-Man was released on October
16th, 2015, we can assume the film takes place around that time period. We know this occurs after Avengers: Age of
Ultron, as Hank makes a reference to them dropping a city out of the sky, and Scott
invades the new Avengers facility in upstate New York that they just set up. Hank’s medicine expires on May 17, 2016,
so the film must occur before this. Conveniently, we can nail down the climax
of Ant-Man as occurring on October 9th, thanks to this iPhone, and in 2015 this lands on
a Friday. The mid-credits scene is literally a shot
from Captain America: Civil War, which takes place in 2016 as we’ll discuss in part 13. .6% of the film takes place in 1987, 1.6%
in 1989, 97.3% in 2015, and another .5% in 2016. If you enjoyed this video, please like and
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Ant-Man and The Wasp Fight Aliens! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 2 – Alien Invasion

Ant-Man and The Wasp Fight Aliens! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 2 – Alien Invasion


No, for real, you should’ve
been there, Wasp. I was like,
“Blop-blop-blop, bam!” And Yellojacket went down! Mmm-mmm. Winging it just works. (ALARM BLARING) ALIEN: With the human’s
growth technology, we will finally be able
to take over Earth, and then, the entire galaxy! (LAUGHING MANIACALLY) Hey there, little buddies,
what are you up to? World domination?
Can’t have that. Come on! Ow! You know what we need…
Hey! Wait up. (GRUNTING) What we need is a plan. None of your “winging it.” Let’s capture
the leader and… (MOCKINGLY)
My name is Wasp and I like
to come up with plans. Watch out, aliens,
I’m going to punch you,
’cause that’s my plan. WASP: It’s not funny, Scott. Yes, it is. Uh-oh. (SCREAMING) (GROWLING) Hand over the growth disc. With it, we can finally grow
as big and mighty as our empire
was always destined to be, and rule the Earth! Okay, guys, yeah. Sure, we totally give up. What? Let us go
and I’ll give you the disc. Agreed. WASP: Have you lost
your mind? That’s unrelated. (LAUGHING) I feel the power… (GROANING) Now what? Now, for round two. (SCREAMING) WASP: Please tell me
you have a plan. ALIEN: I surrender. Just like I was saying,
you know? Always have a plan.

Ant-Man Goes Subatomic – Ant-Man (2015) Movie Clip 4K Ultra HD

Ant-Man Goes Subatomic – Ant-Man (2015) Movie Clip 4K Ultra HD


I’m gonna show you
just how insignificant you are. Cassie! I’m coming! That’s a messed-up looking dog. I’m gonna destroy everything you love. Freeze! S.F.P.D. I can’t break through. It’s titanium, you idiot! – Get her out of here.
– Come on. Sorry, sweetheart. You have to help
Daddy pay for his mistakes. You stay behind me, okay?
Stay behind me. I’m gonna have to shrink between
the molecules to get in there. Get away from us! – Daddy, help!
– I love you, Cassie. Daddy, where are you? You could go subatomic. …go subatomic. Oh, no. You would enter a reality
where all concepts of time and space… All concepts of time and space
become irrelevant. …time and space become irrelevant. Come back, Daddy! …as you shrink for all eternity. Everything that you know… and love… gone forever. Daddy, where are you? Where are you? Where are you? –
Daddy!
– Cassie. Come back, Daddy! Do not mess with the regulator! Daddy! I love you so much. I love you, too. So much. You know,
there’s a big hole in the roof. Sorry. – Is she all right?
– Yeah, she’s fine. Mommy! She’s fine, she’s fine.

Ant-Man and The Fly

Ant-Man and The Fly


– [Girl] So, how long have
you been Ant-Man again? – Not long. I seem to mess
it up almost every time. – Maybe you just need
someone watching your back. ♪ Hit it ♪ ♪ – What are you doing? – I’m working on something
that’ll change the world. So, you could come back to my lab? (fly buzzes) – How could he do that? – The only chance we’ve got. Is both of you. ♪ I came to get down ♪ – What are we waiting for? Let’s do it. (glass clanks) – What? ♪ Get loose now ♪ ♪ It takes two to make a thing go right ♪ ♪ It takes two to make it outta sight ♪ (glass crashing) – Wings? – And blasters. ♪ I came to get down ♪ – It’s a wrong details. It has nothing to do with the story. ♪ Hit it ♪ ♪ Get loose now ♪ ♪ I wanna rock right now ♪ – I’ve become free, I’ve been released and you can’t stand it. You’ll do anything to bring me down. – [Ant-Man] It seems more intense. – I’m becoming Brundlefly – Cool. Yeah. ♪ It takes two to make a thing go right ♪ – Would you like some tea? (vomits) – (groans)
that’s disgusting. (crash) (swings off hinge)

Spidey, Ant-Man & Wasp Face Cat-a-clysm! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures – Evil Mittens  | SHORT

Spidey, Ant-Man & Wasp Face Cat-a-clysm! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures – Evil Mittens | SHORT


♪♪ [kids laughing] [ratchet sound] Ahhh! Gotcha, you
wayward wheel-eo! Let’s try again, but this
time, relax and be patient. It’s a beautiful
day for boarding. It’s not working! Stay calm and
take your time. That’s something
I learned on one of my super
hero adventures with my pals
Ant-Man and Wasp. Meow! Poor Mittens! Got
yourself stuck. Meow! OK, kitty, let’s
head for the trunk and we’ll have you
down in a jiffy. Meow! Uh, Mittens, you
missed your exit. Let’s try coaxing
the kitten. Here kitty, kitty, kitty. Wait. If I stick a Blue
Shrink Disc to the tree, it will shrink it down
and Mittens can just step off the branch
onto the ground. No, Ant-Man, you got
the Red Grow Disc! That makes things
get … bigger. Meow! Whoa! That’s a tall tail. Wasp: Mittens thinks
we’re cat toys! If one of those
claws hits us, we’re gonna be
squeaky-toys! [grunts] Hey! Who let the
cat out of the bag? Run under my web and Mittens
will get caught in it! Thanks, Spidey. Meow! Or not. Catch that cat! [crashing] Look out, Spidey! Thanks for
the save! It’s my fault. I
gotta fix this. [grunt] No, I got it! [shouts] Ah, boy did I get it!
Sorry, I was in your way. It was me; I was rushing. Let’s all relax and we’ll
figure out how to get him. I can fix this
with a grow disc. The car got through OK. Come on Mittens is at
the traffic tunnel. Now, let’s take a
minute and think while Mittens is
busy with the tunnel. I got this! [clanging] [whoosh] [yowl] [sigh] We need to slow down
and think before we act. I think this is
getting frustrating! I know, Spidey. Mittens is a big problem,
but we’ll figure it out. Sorry, Wasp. I
didn’t think. You know, Mittens
may be big, but he’s still
just a kitten. That’s it! If we keep
him busy playing, you can shrink
him back to normal with one of your discs. I’ve got an idea. Wasp. Do you think you could
turn down the power on your stinger so it
works as a laser pointer? No problem, Spidey. Ready for you, Wasp. Be patient… patient…
patient. Now! Bulls-eye! Meow! Or maybe, “cats-eye”!
Huh? Huh? Anything? Ah! Nothing like having
to catch a giant kitty to teach you that staying
calm and taking your time helps get the job done! Ahh. Like that! [laughter] Woo, thanks Spider-Man. You’re welcome. Spidey out!

Ant-Man Stop Motion: The Black Ant Director’s Cut

Ant-Man Stop Motion: The Black Ant Director’s Cut


Hey, Rob, didn’t you scan out the new tech in 3B? [ON THE EARPIECE] Nah, I never got to… These boys are scooting out an apartment building of a deadman… …which is probably why they’re sending off these pieces from Pym’s old design warehouses that Darren Cross guy used to have… The junkie must’ve worked there. Well, hurry up, do your job, and take over my shift. It’s getting cold down here, and I don’t like the smell of this place. Seems like the rest of the night’ll be quiet, though. [ON THE EARPIECE] Quit your whining, Perry, you’re only guarding a darn suit. How hard could it get? ‘A suit made by the good guys’… …yeah, sounds like the best way to get a lawsuit ’cause of stealing from a billion dollar company. [ON THE EARPIECE] That’s fantastic. As if Captain America isn’t already busy enough taking out our other men at that New York location we got. Besides, what’re the chances that another Avenger’s gonna turn up in San Francisco? We’re a secret…no one’s gonna find us here. Captain America? Wait, for real? [FOOTSTEPS] Rob, hang on a second, will ya? Hey, what do you think you’re doing here, huh? [GUNSHOT] [BODY FALLS] [WEAPON UNSHEATHES] [BLAST SOUNDS] [ON THE EARPIECE] Hey, Perry, you there? Hey! Requesting a unit to storage 3B by the loading station… Right. Now. [SCI-FI DOOR CLOSES] [SHRINKING] [BATROC GROANS] [BATROC GRUNTS] [PROJECT422 FILMS INTRO] [SPIDERKNIGHT413 INTRO] [ARKHAMANIMATIONS INTRO] [MUSIC BY FYROSAND MUSIC COMPOSER] [VOICEOVER] Mommy? Is daddy a bad man? No. Daddy just gets confused sometimes, you know? Alright, Hank, I’m gonna need the location of where the tech is being held. [ON THE EARPIECE] HYDRA Labs, Scott. Be careful. I’m only worried about being stepped on because of the way HYDRA men march. Other than that, I’m good. Hank, there’s someone here! [ON THE EARPIECE] That’s impossible. Well, he’s there, wearing purple and yellow spandex… …and he doesn’t look like a friendly. [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott listen to me… Whatever you do, don’t confront him! I’m sure saying, ‘hi’ won’t hurt right? [FUZZY CONNECTION] I’m telling you don’t. Um, uh, what was that, Hank? You’re cutting off… …signal seems poor. [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott! Hank? Hello, hi? Damn it. [SCOTT GASPS] [CLANG] Wait a minute… Hey! Stop! [BATROC GROANS] [BATROC GRUNTS] [BATROC GETS OOFED] Thank you! Hank, I got the serum–and you got disconnected. [BATROC GROANS] Come on, guys! [BATROC GRUNTS] [SCOTT GROANS] [BATROC GROANS] [BATROC YELPS] [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott! Are you there?! Hank, I got it. I got the serum. [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott, I did some research… …and it looks like the man in there is Georges Batroc. He’s gone up against Captain America before… Nothing but bad news. Yeah, I kinda got the idea… [ON THE EARPIECE] It was a good call bringing the shrink tech, but hurry… …the effect doesn’t last long. Uh oh. [BATROC GRUNTS] [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott, he created a suit of his own. One which clearly does similar things to the Ant-Man suit. I can see that. What’s he saying? [ON THE EARPIECE] I don’t speak French, but I’m pretty sure that means something bad. I’ll try to talk to him… [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott, don’t. Don’t worry, I learned a few words watching TV. Hi, um… Uh… Scott, yes! Ehm, uh… I speak English. Oh. Hi, I- I’m Scott. Just wondering if you’d let me take the serum to my good pal, Hank… ..he’ll bring it back, and we’ll be set. Sorry, but I need it! [BATROC GRUNTS] Alright, guys, help me up! [BATROC GRUNTS] [CARPENTER ANT BUZZES IN AGONY] [BATROC GROANS IN ANNOYANCE] [BATROC GROWS] [BATROC GRUNTS] [BATROC GETS OOFED AGAIN] [BATROC GRUNTS] [BATROC GROANS] [CARPENTER ANT BUZZES] [These unemployed Good Samaritans are like ‘wtf’?] We’re on his tail. [BATROC GRUNTS] [ANT-MAN GETS OOFED] [CARPENTER ANT GETS OOFED TOO] [BATROC LAUGHS] Hank, we lost him. Hank, the suit’s acting weird. [ON THE EARPIECE] What did Batroc do?! He swatted me. What should I do? [ON THE EARPIECE] You’re the one who mastered engineering. Scott, you need to think of something. Can you help me? What are you doing, anyways? [ON THE EARPIECE] I can’t believe I’m saying this… …but I’m working with Stark. The Iron Man?? On what?! [ON THE EARPIECE] Something small… I’ll acknowledge you about the subject, when you’ve fixed the suit. Hank, I don’t know how to fix it. I can’t fix it! [ON THE EARPIECE] Wh- what, uh, s- sorry, ah, y- you- you’re breaking off, uh… …you can fix it? Oh- Okay, cool! T- ta- talk to- you later– Scott. Hank? Hank?! [SCOTT SIGHS] Hank, I fixed the suit. [HELMET MALFUNCTIONS] [SCOTT GROANS AND FALLS] [ON THE EARPIECE] Easier said than done, huh? Pfft, yeah. [ON THE EARPIECE] Well, then I guess it’s time I talked to you about the project I’m working on with Stark. Okay? [ON THE EARPIECE] Georges Batroc. He had the Ant-Man suit. What? How? I have it. [ON THE EARPIECE] No, this is a different suit, Scott. A man named Eric O’Grady held this suit. He died a month ago, and Batroc took it from him. Unfortunately for him, it only runs on Pym Particles. That’s why you saw him stealing the formula today. And, what’s your point? [ON THE EARPIECE] My ant associates retrieved it…and Stark has it under repair. Repair? [ON THE EARPIECE] Georges Batroc doesn’t play around… …he hacked into the suit, and it’s under his control. …only for now, but once we have it, we should be able to play around with it. Why did you call me? [ON THE EARPIECE] For the love of… …put the pieces together, Scott. The suit you have is broken, we have the new suit… This is your suit now! Oh, could’ve been more specific. [ON THE EARPIECE, HANK SIGHS] So, what’s it do other than shrink? [ON THE EARPIECE] That’s what we’re trying to find out… …we’ll be in touch, when it’s finished. [JARVIS] Incoming call. I’ve put it on screen. It’s ready, Hank. [ON THE CALL] The suit? Just like you asked. [STEAM HISSING] Are you seeing it? [ON THE CALL] Wow. That O’Grady kid knows how to make use of technology… …I mean, wow. This is just awesome. How much is it gonna cost me? Oh man, this feels a LOT comfier than the other suit. Just look at it. It’s awesome, it’s- [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott, you have to focus. This suit operates a little bit differently than the original. Sounds fair. Does it have any new additions? [ON THE EARPIECE] As a matter of fact, yes it does… …your helmet has the ability to call out fire-ants out of nowhere. They’re called fire-ants for a reason. They bite you, you burn… Okay, doesn’t seem so bad. [ON THE EARPIECE] …like hell Oh, maybe I’ll just try not to get into physical contact with the fire-ants. [ON THE EARPIECE, HANK LAUGHS] Batroc is not going to be happy. No, no, no, no. This cannot be. NO. [BATROC GROANS IN ANGER] You never underestimate me. [ON THE EARPIECE] Uh, oh. Scott, Batroc just put his own suit to work. I’m going after him. [ON THE EARPIECE] Be careful, you just got the suit. Hank, where is Batroc taking the suit? [ON THE EARPIECE] He’s on the 47th. Head to the Subway station in Main Street. [CARPENTER ANT BUZZES] Hey, Batroc. This is your final stop. [BATROC ANGRILY GROANS] [CROWD GASP] [TIRES SCREECH] [BATROC GRUNTS] Boi, what the heck? [ANT-MAN SCREAMS] Hank, I need to catch up with him. Tell me where the next- Boi, what the heck was that?! [ANT-MAN SHRINKS] [ELECTRICAL BATON BUZZES] [CARPENTER ANT BUZZES] [ON THE EARPIECE] Oh, no, Scott, hurry now! What’s going on? Where did he-? [ON THE EARPIECE] Just go! GO! [lel, why is he so slow? lmao] [don’t worry, dude, you’ll get there.] [BUS DRIVER ON THE PA SYSTEM] [DISTORTED] Final stop, Queens Market. [BUS TIRES SCREECHING] [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott… He’s gone mad… [BUS CRASHES] Batroc, stop! [PYM PARTICLE BURSTS] [THE PORTAL WHIRLS] [INNOCENT CITIZEN YELPS] [WILHELM SCREAM] [BODY THUDS] Everyone, get to cover!! [FOOTSTEPS RUNNING] [yo, lol is that a guy in there? is he dead lmao] [FEET LAND] Stop this madness, Batroc. This portal is too strong to contain me. Even you. You think a small man can stop all this chaos? No. [lmao bruh wut] ahem, that was the other way around… So, be it. [BATROC GRUNTS] [BATROC GROANS] [OOF] [ON THE EARPIECE] Scott, the portal! How do I close it? It’ll shrink anything in its path. [lmao you’re doomed ;)] [ON THE EARPIECE] You need to do the opposite–grow! I don’t like the idea that this is a one time thing. [ON THE EARPIECE] What are you talkin’ about?! This ‘Giant-Man’ idea seems to work just fine. I don’t real– [ON THE EARPIECE] SCOTT, JUST SHUT UP, AND JUMP IN! Jeez, fine. It’s not that easy, since you’re the one who’s NOT doing it. Old ass scientist. [ON THE EARPIECE] WHAT? I’m jumping in! [’cause you’re screwed? xD] Here we go. [GIANT-MAN GROANS] [holy poop] [ELECTRIC BATON BUZZES] [GIANT-MAN YELPS] [SCOTT SCREAMS] Your old suit was better. Well, that suit can’t do this! Huh? [BATROC GASPS] [BATROC ANGRILY GROANS] No, no, no! [BATROC GROANS] No, wait! Don’t! [BATROC GROANS IN AGONY] Let’s get out of here. [CROWD CHEERS] [ON THE EARPIECE] What happened, Scott? He’s gone, Hank. He didn’t realize that shrinking smaller than atomic sizes would make him go subatomic. [ON THE EARPIECE] How’d you get out? I grew the largest possible in the dimension… …defeating any atomic rays shrinking me, or creating an interference. [ON THE EARPIECE] Well done. Well done. [ON THE CALL] Thank you again for the suit! I cannot believe that Iron Man fixed this very helmet that I’m wearing… …and now I’m talking to you! Yep, it’s a pleasure. [ON THE CALL] Dude, I can’t tell you how much I lov- [IRON MAN SIGHS] He was never gonna stop… [Closed Captioning by Project422 Films] I’m sorry, sir… …but, since this vehicle’s a model from 2003, …we no longer carry the proper materials to fix it. Nor do we support your vehicles historic programming. [CRIES] My car… :'( Woah, ehm… This looks…kinda damaged. [LOL wut, “kinda”-?] How did you say it happened again? [SIGHS] It’s a long story… [NEWS REPORT] The so-called, “Ant-Man” has once again been spotted… …he was battling an unknown foe on top of a bus… …spotted in Queens of New York City. [ayeeeeee, look at those headlines]

Ant-Man (2015) – But I Got The Van!

Ant-Man (2015) – But I Got The Van!


LUIS: Bro, you think I’m gonna miss
my celly getting out? Hey, how’s your girl, man? Oh, she left me. – Oh.
– Yeah, my ma died, too. And my dad got deported. But I got the van! – It’s nice.
– Yeah, right?

Top 10 Alternate Versions Of Ant-Man

Top 10 Alternate Versions Of Ant-Man


Since Ant-Man first appeared in Tales to Astonish
issue 27 in 1962, there has been three individuals to take up the Ant-Man mantle. The first, Hank Pym, is arguably the character
with the most turbulent history, whereas Scott Lang, the star character of the MCU films,
continues to grow in popularity. There was also Eric O’Grady, the third Ant0Man,
too. Like most other heroes, the character has
also accumulated various versions throughout his tiny adventures, so today, we’re taking
a look at a handful of those with our list of the top 10 alternate versions of Ant-Man. Note that we’re looking at alternates of
both Hank Pym and Scott Lang, but aimed to keep Hank’s other aliases and their alternates
– ie, Giant Man or Yellowjacket variations – off of this list, although sometimes those
lines get a bit blurred with good old Hank. So with all that in mind, let’s jump in! 10 Black Ant
We’re starting off this list with the only Eric O’Grady alternate we’ll be discussing
today – Black Ant. Black ant was a life model decoy of O’Grady’s
who replaced the hero after he died in Secret Avengers issue 23 in 2012. Black Ant appeared in issue 24, sent to join
the Avengers by the Descendants as a double agent – the Descendants being the ones responsible
for O’Grady’s death to begin with. His true identity came out after Black Widow
figured out that he was a robot working for the Descendants. But no one believed her since Black Ant (who
was still operating under the Ant-Man mantle at that time) had saved the Avengers’ lives,
including Hawkeye, so she left the team in protest in issue 32 of the series. Shortly afterwards, the life model decoy switched
his alias to Black Ant, and turned on the Avengers, and he eventually died in conflict
afterwards. But he came back, and resurfaced during the
Secret Empire story arc, initially being a part of Hydra’s Avengers, but switched sides
during the final battle. 9 Scott Lang (Earth 2149)
Zombie Ant-Man! Earth 2149 is also known as the Zombieverse,
which came to be after an alternate version of Sentry punched his way – yes, punched
– into this universe, bringing a disease that turned everyone into a flesh-eating zombie. Scott was summoned by SHEILD as part of a
resistance against the situation. He was presumably sent to fight back the zombies,
but later, the character is seen as part of the zombie hoard going after Magento and his
group of survivors at the Baxter Building. 8 Henry Pym (Earth 12091)
While not much is known of Earth 12091’s Henry Pym, the character is arguably one of
the coolest alternate versions of Ant-Man – at least, aesthetically speaking. He’s a humanoid ant. Henry is part of the Avengers Federation,
a group that consists of Captain America, Scarlet Witch, Wasp, Thor, Vision, Quicksilver,
Hawkeye, and of course, Ant-Man. Wasp also has some anthropomorphic wasp traits. The Earth appears in the limited series Space:
Punisher, in which we follow Frank Castle and his adventures in Space, encountering
all sorts of weird alternates of familiar faces. 7 Henry Pym (Earth 398)
Earth 398 is a reality that was created and warped by Morgan le Fay, altered to exist
in the medieval times. The Avengers still exist, but they believe
themselves to be part of the Queen’s elite guard known as the Queen’s Vengeance. Herny, while technically operating as an alternate
of Goliath, his suit is more of a throwback to his Ant-Man threads minus the antenna. He, too, is a member of the Queen’s Vengeance. Eventually, the Avengers all regain awareness
of what has happened, and Scarlet Witch, with the help of Wonder Man, alters reality back
to normal and defeats Morgan. 6 Lego – Earth 13122
Of course there’s a Lego version! Every hero has a Lego version! Technically part of Earth 13122, Lego Ant-Man
is Scott Lang, and has the exact same origins as the MCU Scott Lang. Where his story deviates though is that he
aided the Avengers in saving the world from Ultron in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers
Reassembled, a series of animated shorts featuring Marvel characters and the Avengers in Lego
form. The premise for this series is geared towards
younger audiences – the Avengers are about to throw a party at Avengers Tower when Captain
America realizes Iron Man is acting weird, and it’s revealed that he’s being controlled
by Ultron with the help of Yellowjacket. 5 Scott Lang (Earth X)
Earth X is also known as Earth 9997 – a world in which everything has been mutated
due to the release of the Terrigen Mists into the atmosphere. This means we get alternates like Black Panther
who is an actual Black Panther. Scott’s transformation isn’t nearly as
cool as that, though, unfortunately. His story, which first appears in Universe
X issue 9 back in 2001, follows him taking refuge in Tony Stark’s factory after his
daughter started to mutate. Later he would take in the mutated daughter
of J Jonah Jameson, aka Man-Wolf, who had been abandoned by her mother after she began
to mutate. It’s also worth noting that Hank Pym exists
on this alternate Earth, but as Giant Man, having previously donned the mantle of Ant-Man
in the past. 4 Scott Lang (Earth TRN348)
Earth TRN348 has been taken over by Doctor Doom, Annihilus and Kang, all of whom had
formed an alliance for world domination. There’s a resistance though, led by the
Fantastic Four, and that’s where this Scott comes into play – he’s one of the members. He also works as an undercover agent for Doom,
who had promised Scott a way to bring his deceased daughter Cassie back to life. Even though Doom had been the one to kill
her. Lang was part of a plan that involved him
impersonating Mr Fantastic to break into Doom’s headquarters, but it failed due to Lang’s
alliance to Doom, causing the Fantastic Four to be stripped of their powers and ultimately
killed. 3 Henry Pym (Earth 9151)
This Pym has quite the tragic demise. So, for starters, Earth 9151 appeared in What
If? Vol 2 issue 25 back in 1991, and featured
a story where the god Set went around slaughtering heroes in a story called What If Set Had Come
to Earth? Only a handful of heroes are left alive as
a resistance, and many more have become mindless drones, including his ‘brides’ – several
female Marvel superheroes who are meant to bear his children. Gross. By the end of it, their resistance fails,
the brides give birth to Set’s children – WHO THEN EAT THEM – and the world is
consumed by the Children of Set. How does Pym fit in? Well, he witnesses the death of his ex-wife
Janet only to be eaten by Set himself. Needless to say, not the best way to go. 2 Herni Le Pym – Earth 311
Henri is from Earth 311, also known as the 1602 universe, which is set during the year
1602. Mutants are known as the witchbreed, and are
considered to be devil worshipers and are hunted down. Henri, who is French, is blackmailed by Baron
Victor Octavius to try to find a cure for his hybrid octopus state. Octavius had taken Janette hostage. Pym was forced to use the blood of witchbreeds,
but before he can cure Octavius, he fully transforms into his octopus state and goes
mad, so Pym uses the elixir he had crafted, goes big, and steps on Octavius, ending his
threat once and for all. 1 Pincer
Pincer is Scott Land from Earth 9907 – a timeline in which Red Skull has won World
War 2, and Doctor Doom is now a totalitarian leader over the entirety of Earth, known as
Dictator Doom. Pincer first appears in issue 10 of A-Next,
as one of the antagonists sided with Dictator Doom. And he’s a piece of work – he’s a sadistic
madman with a stutter, who murdered his daughter at Doom’s request when the girl refused
to swear allegiance to him. When a different generation of Avengers cross
over into their universe, Scott discovers this version of his daughter goes by the name
of Stinger, and he gets all jazzed to murder her once more, but this time around, she defeats
him, and the character dies in issue 11 of the series. There we have it, friends! Which version of Ant-Man is your favorite? Are there versions of Hank Pym under his other
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