Celebrate The Upcoming Wasp Marvel Movie With This Beautiful Concept Art

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If the fact Marvel is making an Ant-Man sequel wasn’t cool enough, the fact it’s called Ant-Man and the Wasp is simply amazing. Evangeline Lilly’s character Hope Van Dyne was a highlight of the first film and to see her team up with Paul Rudd should be an exciting and unique addition to the MCU.

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During the credits of Ant-Man, fans got a glimpse of what the new Wasp costume might look like but that’s just one version. Wasp actually shows up in the movie too, as flashbacks reveal Hope’s mom, Janet, flying alongside Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) in a tease of what the 2018 movie might be.

Since the release of Ant-Man, a bunch of concept art for the original Wasp suit has come online, including a few in the last day because of the big announcement. So we figured, why not celebrate by posting several of the different looks the character went through on her way to 2018 big screen glory?

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First up, The Art of Ant-Man book (via /Film) reveals a few different versions of Janet’s costume.

Illustration for article titled Celebrate The Upcoming Wasp Marvel Movie With This Beautiful Concept Art

Then, Marvel concept artist and visual development supervisor Andy Park posted several tweets over the past few weeks with different versions of Janet’s suit.

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Finally, spoilers, but here’s a glimpse of what Wasp will most likely look like in the new film when Hope takes over the suit, as revealed during the credits of Ant-Man.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp opens July 6, 2018.

[Andy Park]

Contact the author at germain@io9.com.

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DISCUSSION

Look Marvel and Ant Man and Wasp hype train, I am not just upset about the Carol thing, but also the lack of Wasp in the MCU so far. So not really into making it exciting news that you are JUST NOW getting around to giving us Wasp, the woman who named the Avengers.

Its not you its me. Okay its mostly you and some me. Just give me sometime to get past this. Maybe show me you are willing to change. Maybe we can get through this then. Look back at all this and have a laugh.