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Ant-Man (Scott Lang)
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MCU
My name is Scott Lang. I'm Ant-Man...yadda yadda yadda. You've heard it all before. Truth is, I've always been kind of a lousy super hero. And before that, I was a failed criminal, a convict, and a terrible husband. Not much of a resumé even if you do print it single-sided, I guess. But I got this little girl here--and I am going to do right by her. I am gonna be a good dad. I pull that off? I'm calling it a win.

Summary

Scott Lang was born and raised in Coral Gables, Florida. He later became an electronic engineer and met and married Peggy Rae. Together they had a daughter Cassandra "Cassie" Lang. Although he was an electronics expert he could not support his family doing repair work, so he turned his talents to burglary. Apprehended, he served his prison sentence and was paroled for good behavior. During his time in prison, however, Peggy divorced him. Lang had furthered his studies of electronics while in prison and was soon hired by Stark International to work in its design department.

When his daughter Cassie was diagnosed as having a serious congenital heart condition, Lang sought the aid of surgeon Dr. Erica Sondheim. Desperate to help his daughter, Lang decided to return to thievery. Breaking into the New Jersey home of Dr. Henry Pym, Lang stole Ant-Man's Suit. Unknown to him, Pym observed the theft and in his guise as Yellowjacket, followed Lang, curious to see what use he would put the paraphernalia.

Using the equipment, Lang broke into Cross and discovered Dr. Sondheim was held prisoner by Darren Cross, president of CTE, who needed Sondheim to correct his own heart condition. Rescuing Sondheim and defeating Cross, Lang was relieved when Sondheim was able to save the life of his daughter. Lang intended to return the Ant-Man costume to its owner and turn himself in, but Henry Pym offered to let him keep them, provided Lang put them to lawful use.

A member of the Avengers, Heroes for Hire, Fantastic Four, Guardians of the Galaxy and Nova Corps, Scott remains a crimefighter as the underestimated yet formidable, Astonishing Ant-Man.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-A, 8-C by increasing density, High 8-C with blasters. 5-A via Statistics Amplification | Unknown, likely High 8-C

Name: Scott Edward Harris "Scottie" Lang, Ant-Man, Nova (temporarily)

Origin: Marvel Comics

Gender: Male

Age: Around 34

Classification: Human, mutate, superhero, electronics technician, former convict and thief

Powers and Abilities:

Attack Potency: Small Building level (Can trade hits with Crossfire[13] and Black Ant[14]. Shows comparability to Hawkeye), Building level by increasing density (Damaged Taskmaster[15]), Large Building level+ with blasters (Knocked out a monster comparable to Luke Cage). Large Planet level by Statistics Amplification (Can amplify his strength by exploiting the Pym Particle Axes, granting him strength comparable to Wonder Man. Easily defeated Doctor Doom[8]) | Unknown, likely Large Building level+ (Should be comparable to Black Goliath)

Speed: Massively Hypersonic+ (Comparable to Taskmaster, Hawkeye and Crossfire) | Unknown

Lifting Strength: Athletic Human (Tossed a lion[16]) | At least Class K (Pinned down Wrecker)[7]

Striking Strength: Small Building Class, Building Class by increasing density, Large Planet Class by Statistics Amplification. | Unknown, likely Large Building Class+

Durability: Small Building level, Building level by increasing density. | Unknown, likely Large Building level+

Stamina: Average. Lower as Giant-Man

Range: Varies heavily.

Standard Equipment: Ant-Man suit and various other gadgets

Intelligence: Extraordinary Genius (Stated to be the most talented electrical technician in America [17], Helped Iron Man with various machines and operated as well as fixed various technologies under Fantastic Four. Concluded towards the existence of the Pym Particle Axes before anyone else[8])

Weaknesses: None notable

Key: Base | Giant-Size

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References

  1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 146
  2. Ant-Man Vol 2 3
  3. Ant-Man Vol 2 1
  4. Ant-Man & the Wasp Vol 1 1
  5. 5.0 5.1 Ant-Man Vol 1 1
  6. 6.0 6.1 Ant-Man & the Wasp Vol 1 3
  7. 7.0 7.1 Fantastic Four Vol 5 4
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 FF Vol 2 16
  9. Fantastic Four Vol 5 13
  10. Iron Man Vol 1 151
  11. Avengers Vol 1 683
  12. Ant-Man Vol 1 5
  13. Astonishing Ant-Man Vol 1 10
  14. Secret Empire Vol 1 4
  15. Ant-Man Vol 1 3
  16. Avengers Vol 1 223
  17. Iron Man Vol 1 131

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