In our article, we list 4 important Ant-Man lines from Avengers: The Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2010-2012). On Earth-8096, though known for his humor as Scott Lang, the other Henry Pym version of Ant-Man is also more serious. Though, he does have jokes even in the heat of battle.
Below, you can read our Top 4 Ant-Man lines from the series.
4. 459 (2010)
In Avengers: The Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assemble with Universal Acclaim. What makes the show stand out, is the show’s earnest celebration of the Avengers and their relationship dynamics. In Season 1, an unidentified object crashlands on Earth, Henry Pym and Jan are called to investigate with Carol Danvers. Meanwhile, they are having relationship issues and it is a problem they must resolve. In a poignant moment, Ant-Man who reveals his characteristic naiveté and neglicence towards a possible Kree invasion says: “But the robot was destroyed….” In reality, the robot sentry was not.
3. COME THE CONQUEROR (2011)
In Season 1: Episode 13 (2011), the Avengers face their most overwhelming foe yet. In a possible preview of The Kang Dynasty movie, Kang invades New York and the Earth. In “Come the Conqueror,” the Avengers are not prepared for a full-scale invasion. Importantly, though Ant-Man certainly cares about Earth, his lack of preparation shows he is a scientist and not a warrior. Remarkably, one of Henry’s best lines: “Well, why New York then? There are no tactical targets in the city.” To which Captain America responds that the Avengers are tactical targets.
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2. ULTRON-5 (2011)
In fandom, it is well-known that Ant-Man’s second greatest invention, Ultron, is also his greatest failure. In Season 1: Episode 17, the Avengers and Fantastic Four are under attack. After a series of trials, they trace the villain to be “Ultron-5” who has upgraded his capabilities. From his dream of world peace, Ultron subverts Ant-Man’s programming for human extinction. Here, Ant-Man has an intellectual debate with the A.I.: “You may be right Ultron. This isn’t exactly the peace and order that I’ve programed you to try and achieve, is it?” Perhaps, one of Pym’s superpower is rhetoric since even Ultron agrees.
1. YELLOWJACKET (2012)
Certainly, Eternity once named Hank Pym Earth’s Scientist Supreme. Though Hank is not without his hubris, perhaps his greatest failure is his mental issue. In Season 2 (2012), the series takes a more comedic tone. After Henry fakes his death, he re-appears as Yellowjacket. Now more vicious, he engages the Avengers in battle. In a fight with Thor, he shows some humor: “Getting mad and throwing lightning bolts, a real tough strategy to crack. Next he’ll probably brag about his hammer.”
During the Silver Age, Marvel Comics introduced The Watcher in “The World’s Greatest Comic Magazine!” In Fantastic Four (1963) #13, the Fantastic Four are on a mission to the Blue Area of the moon. In the issue, Mister Fantastic experiments on a rocket fragment.
Then, he decides to travel by rocket to the Blue Area of the moon where the fragment came. However, a Russian scientist in the Soviet Union named Ivan Kragoff, is on a mission to the moon. In fact, he has selected his three apes with him, Igor, Piotr and Miklho in order to replicate the Fantastic Four’s powers.
Predictably, the mission succeeds and the villains are granted super powers from cosmic rays. On the moon, the Fantastic Four and Ivan’s team battle. However, the clash is cut short by the first appearance of the Watcher.
After Claiming the Blue Area as his home, he reveals his race’s vow to not interfere in the affairs of alien races and banishes both teams to the ruined city where they battle for superiority.
Forward into the Modern Age, we learn the origin of the race of Watchers’ vow. In the early beginnings of the universe, the Watchers were a technologically advanced and benevolent race. In order to help the planet Prosilicus, Ikor proposed to bring nuclear power to the Prosilican race.
Tragically, the technology led to nuclear warfare and auto-genocide on Prosilicus. Horrified at the Prosilican incident, Ikor created a code of ethics for the race. Now known as the Watchers, the cosmic gods would observe and not interfere.
In terms of powers, Uatu has been said to be powerful enough to shake a galaxy. Really, the Watcher is a cosmic god who can manipulate cosmic energy on an incalculable scale. As matter of fact, he has been stated to resist the telepathic probes of Galactus, the Destroyer of Worlds.
Furthermore, in Super-Villain Classics (1983) #1, we learn Galactus’ origin story. After the destruction of the previous universe, the Sentience of the Universe protected Galan in a Cosmic Egg. With the birth of the Seventh Cosmos, or Earth-616 universe, Galactus came out of gestation.
In the early universe, the Watchers were among the oldest races. Ecce the Watcher observed the Star God’s emergence and sensed his evil and Cosmic Hunger. In fact, he was powerful enough to kill him. But, sworn to not interfere, he let Galactus depart in his starship.
Like Ecce, Uatu probably is powerful enough to kill a hungry or young Galactus. Notably, Uatu possesses the powers of telepathy, energy manipulation, teleportation, time travel, cosmic awareness, force field generation, flight and immortality on a Multiversal scale.
The Phoenix Force destroys theEarth-81727 universe. Marvel Comics.
By now, Marvel-ites have watched the hit TV show called What If…? on Disney+. In fact, there is a popular battle between an alternate Ultron with The Infinity Stones and the Watcher. Nonetheless, the show is based on the successful Marvel series called What If?
Astoundingly, issues #23 to #31 of the series, showcase short stories by Watcher. Each short story exhibits the Watcher’s nigh-omniscience and his ability to see parallel universes of alternate timelines. In fact, in every issue, the Watcher introduces the short story as he addresses the reader.
Incredibly, this power is called Breaking The Fourth Wall. Here, a comic character or literature character is aware of being part of a story or addresses the reader and audience. Really, this super power suggests the Watcher is an Outerversal being.
In Mighty Avengers (2009) #30, Hank Pym discovers Overspace. Previously, Mister Fantastic discovered the dimension. Now, Hank uses the Pym Particles. In an instant, he increases his size past the Macroverse. Then, he reaches a boundless space beyond space and time. There, the cosmic entity called Eternity greets him. After a brief scuffle, Eternity has a talk with Hank. Indeed, Eternity thanks Hank for curing him of his astral cancer.
But Hank questions why Eternity did not call Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme. Importantly, Eternity names Hank, “Earth’s Scientist Supreme.”1 Indeed, among Earth’s super geniuses, Hank Pym is the Mage. In fact, Eternity acknowledges Mister Fantastic as the Explorer is smarter. And Tony Stark as the Engineer uses science to shape the world. But Ant-Man does the impossible, taking science to the point of magic. Now, Hank is his champion to whom he entrusts the future.
Perhaps, Ant-Man’s most well-known invention. Originally, Hank Pym discovered the Pym Particles. Early on, he synthesized a serum that shrinks matter in mass and size. First, he tested it on a chair which shrank. Then, he tested it on himself which shrank him to ant-size. Eventually, he was able to use the Pym Particles to increase his mass and size. Importantly, the Pym Particles allowed the user to bypass the Square-Cube law of physics.
Definitely, Hank Pym’s failure. Once a promising scientist, Hank’s inventions started to fail. When he invented Ultron, it was a breakthrough of Artificial Intelligence. However, Ultron grew to sentience, hypnotized Hank and made him forget. Soon, Ultron evolved and improved his design. Later, he would form the Masters of Evil and combat the Avengers. Also, Ultron would create Vision. Visit our Avengers: Rage of Ultron review and learn about Vision vs Ultron.
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Indeed, you may have seen in the Ant-Man movie, his trademark invention, the Cybernetic Helmet. With it, the superhero telepathically controls hordes of ants and even flying insects. Really, one of his most ingenious inventions proving he is a man of magic.
MACROVERSE AND MICROVERSE
With the Pym Particles, Hank Pym can absorb subatomic particles from the Kosmos dimension. Effectively, he shunts extra-dimensional matter into the Prime Universe. Moreover, his enlarging and shrinking super powers allowed him to discover the Macroverse and the Microverse.
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It was another glorious victory for the Mighty Avengers. Good triumphed over evil and Ultron was shot into space, never to be seen again. Or so they thought. Now, years later, the homicidal artificial intelligence — so long devoted to ending life on Earth — has found a new world to conquer…one with its own horrific legacy. When Titan, birthplace of Thanos, falls, Planet Ultron rises in its place! Thanos’ brother Starfox must seek the aid of his former allies — but the Avengers he finds are radically different from the ones he once knew. Among them is Ultron’s creator Giant-Man — and when Hank Pym confronts his now planet-sized “son,” the responsibilities of fatherhood have never loomed so large.
To begin, “Avengers: Rage Of Ultron” is an important Avengers story. Amazingly, it expands on the relationship between the Avengers and their nemesis: Ultron.
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In their latest battle, the Avengers must stop Ultron from detonating nuclear weapons. In a genius move, Ultron is sent in a Vibranium coffin to Titan. Back from conquering Titan, the Ultron Virus copies Ultron’s program in the sentient lifeforms in the Marvel Universe.
With the Avengers conquered, it is up to Vision to stop the menace.
#LaLucha begins at Avengers Tower, where Ultron attacks the Avengers. With the Avengers conquered, it is up to Vision to stop the Ultron Virus from copying Ultron’s program onto all sentient life in the universe.
The battle to decide who is truly human!
The fight starts out with Vision pile-driving Ultron out of Avengers Tower across three panels.
‘Avengers’ (1968) #57, titled “Behold… The Vision!” marks the first appearance of Vision in Marvel continuity. Sinisterly, Vision infiltrates Avengers HQ and tells them a foe has sent him to destroy them. In the end, Vision switches sides and saves the day.
‘Avengers’ (1968) #57, titled “Behold… The Vision!” marks the first appearance of Vision in Marvel continuity. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.
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