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ASTONISHING ANT-MAN #13

(W) Nick Spencer (A) Ramon Rosanas, Brent Schoonover (CA) Julian Totino Tedesco

• The trial of Ant-Man! Order in the court.

• Darren Cross is out for revenge! (And out of the office - see autoreply).

Rated T+

In Shops: Oct 19, 2016SRP: $4.99

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#1 Posted by HighAccuser (9696 posts) - - Show Bio

Dat Art

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#2 Posted by RavenKingXXX (244 posts) - - Show Bio

So sad to see this end, yet so happy it never got forced to be part of civil war

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#3 Posted by ia0delond (199 posts) - - Show Bio

the throwback at Javier Pulido's She Hulk is a nice touch.

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#4 Posted by SlimeBeherit (188 posts) - - Show Bio

Another great series comes to end :(

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#5 Posted by waezi2 (23078 posts) - - Show Bio

"she's smarter than me"

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Sorry, Scott. Your daughter is great and all, but intelligence has never been her strongest side. Sure, she's not stupid... but not that smart either.

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#6 Posted by superhoodie (614 posts) - - Show Bio

Nice cover

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#7 Posted by JamesSpiring (996 posts) - - Show Bio

@waezi2 said:

"she's smarter than me"

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Sorry, Scott. Your daughter is great and all, but intelligence has never been her strongest side. Sure, she's not stupid... but not that smart either.

Scott's definitely not as smart as his powerset would imply. He's no Hank Pym. Here's a few stupid mistakes he made: going outside to talk to Jack of Hearts when Jack was about to blow up during Avengers Disassembled (that got him killed, until Cassie and the Young Avengers time travelled to prevent it in Children's Crusade); helping the Avengers in the first place a couple of arcs earlier, which cost him custody of Cassie; gathering that motley crew to rescue Cassie instead of calling Iron Man and asking the ANAD Avengers for help.

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#8 Posted by waezi2 (23078 posts) - - Show Bio

@waezi2 said:

"she's smarter than me"

...

Sorry, Scott. Your daughter is great and all, but intelligence has never been her strongest side. Sure, she's not stupid... but not that smart either.

Scott's definitely not as smart as his powerset would imply. He's no Hank Pym. Here's a few stupid mistakes he made: going outside to talk to Jack of Hearts when Jack was about to blow up during Avengers Disassembled (that got him killed, until Cassie and the Young Avengers time travelled to prevent it in Children's Crusade); helping the Avengers in the first place a couple of arcs earlier, which cost him custody of Cassie; gathering that motley crew to rescue Cassie instead of calling Iron Man and asking the ANAD Avengers for help.

I still think he is smarter than Cassie

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#9 Posted by Avenging-X-Bolt (17809 posts) - - Show Bio

@waezi2 said:

"she's smarter than me"

...

Sorry, Scott. Your daughter is great and all, but intelligence has never been her strongest side. Sure, she's not stupid... but not that smart either.

Scott's definitely not as smart as his powerset would imply. He's no Hank Pym. Here's a few stupid mistakes he made: going outside to talk to Jack of Hearts when Jack was about to blow up during Avengers Disassembled (that got him killed, until Cassie and the Young Avengers time travelled to prevent it in Children's Crusade);

Foolish but understandable. Its not like he wouldnt have been in danger if he had stayed inside though.

helping the Avengers in the first place a couple of arcs earlier, which cost him custody of Cassie;

Not really a stupid mistake. Scott would've lost custody of Cassie either way because hes a superhero and his wife and her husband are both leery of the lifestyle and the dangers it presents. Pretty ironic that she chose to marry a non powered cop.

gathering that motley crew to rescue Cassie instead of calling Iron Man and asking the ANAD Avengers for help.

none of these seem all that stupid besides the last one. Even so it seems more foolish then stupid but its not like he really couldve called Iron Man anyway. Tony got a restraining order against Scott and refuses to communicate with him despite not being inverted anymore. Scott makes plenty of foolish mistakes but they arent the ones that youre listing.

Either way, neither of them are stupid. Just prone to really bad decision making.

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#10 Posted by Wowlock (907 posts) - - Show Bio

Man, I kinda hope Cassie punch out that Beetle chick. Not to mention Darla's 'producer'.

I would take this Ant-man book over any stupid Civil War 2 or post-Civil War 2 crap, any day.

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#11 Posted by Battle123axe (7853 posts) - - Show Bio

So sad to see this end, yet so happy it never got forced to be part of civil war

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#12 Posted by donmeca2020 (1420 posts) - - Show Bio

This was one of the series im actually disappointed to see end.... it's been a good run, hopefully they start another ant-man series come next year with the same writer/artist team.

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#13 Posted by galacticshrub (122 posts) - - Show Bio

This series has been consistently awesome since it began, and this was a perfect ending to this arc. I'm sad to see it end, as it's one of the few titles at Marvel I really care about these days. Hopefully Scott will be back soon, with another equally capable creative team.

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#14 Edited by xwedgewoodx (1 posts) - - Show Bio

Drawing Janice with 6 fingers on her right hand. Ouch.