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.”
The being known as the Beyonder is, in fact, a young member of an ancient otherworldly race known as the Beyonders. He was dragged to Earth by the super-villains geniuses group Intel by a tachyon beam meant to attract a Vibranium meteorite.
During the Marvel Now! (2012 Event), we learn of the Beyonders’ experiments on the Marvel multiverse. In every universe, they had planted a singularity under the form of Molecule Man. When Molecule Man died, his death would cause the death of the universe.
In effect, the Beyonders planned to witness the destruction of the multiverse.
Notably, the Beyonders possess Nigh-omnipotence at the Multiversal scale. Importantly, their incredible power allows them to kill Living Tribunal in every universe simultaneously. Their power can defeat the cosmic entities of Eternity and the Celestials of every universe.
In New Avengers (2015) #33, Molecule Man and Doctor Doom journey across the multiverse. In order to stop the Beyonders’ plan, Owen plans to kill every version of himself 25 years in the past.
After seven years in the past, Molecule Man kills another version and an incursion eventually occurs. It is a chain reaction that causes a contraction in the multiverse. With each universe colliding with another, Earth is at the point of impact.
Though the Beyonders did not directly cause the incursion, they ultimately show how powerful their singularity is. As a living bomb, Molecule Man has the power to destroy the infinite Marvel multiverse.
Really, the Beyonders possess nigh-omnipotence: avatar creation, vast energy blasts, super strength, regeneration, super speed, dimensional travel.
When Mister Fantastic defeats Doom, Molecule Man uses the Beyonders’ omnipotence to recreate a single Marvel universe. Really, this shows the Beyonders have the power to create and to destroy the Marvel universe.
In New Avengers (2015) #30, the Beyonders decimated the remaining Celestial hosts. Previously, Yellowjacket shrank his size to explore the universe.
Per chance, he found the Builders stumbling on a trap for an enemy. As it happens, it was laid out for the Celestials. Really, the Celestials possess Universal-Level power that can rival the Infinity Gauntlet.
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