Henry Pym Jr

    Character » Henry Pym Jr appears in 45 issues.

    Henry Pym Jr. is the son of Hank Pym and the Wasp in the alternate reality MC2. Another version of Henry Pym Jr. surfaced in the pages of the Avengers, where he was part of the Kid Avengers.

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    Henry Pym Jr last edited by AzureSky2099 on 01/09/23 02:23PM View full history


    Pym is the son of Hank Pym & the Wasp. He was raised by Iron Man alongside his friends Azari, James Rogers , and Torunn. Together they formed the Kid Avengers and later added Hawkeye to their team. The Kid Avengers brought an end to Ultron's tyranny together with the help of Iron Man, Vision, and the Hulk.


    Henry Pym Jr (Big Man) was created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz and first appeared in A-Next issue 12 (1999). Another version of Henry Pym Jr first appeared in the pages of Avengers Vol.4 issue 1 (2010) as part of a band of kid Avengers.

    Major Story Arcs

    Kid Avengers

    Henry Pym Jr is extremely adept with technology and can grow like his father, and can shrink and fly like his mother as well as shoot power blasts. He is very young and innocent, but a strong fighter nonetheless. He is good friends with Azari, who tends to put up with his naivety better than the rest.

    Other Versions


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    In the alternate future of the MC2 Universe, Henry Pym jr was known as the superpowered Big Man. He and his sister Hope Pym joined a team of villains and started calling themselves the Revengers. As a part of this tean, Big Man and his teammates fought the Avengers. Eventaully Big Man redeemded himself and became a hero. He even joined a government sponsored superhero team.


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