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For Your Convenience, an Ant-Man and the Wasp Spoiler Discussion Zone

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The “long-awaited” Avengers: Infinity War follow-up is here! This dynamic duo’s adventures may not exactly change the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it (or maybe they do, who knows?), but there’s still plenty of great stuff to talk about. Spoil away, my pretties! Down below. In the comments. Away from here.

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As of posting this, I’ve yet to see Ant-Man and the Wasp, but many of my co-workers have and they’re pretty happy with the movie overall. A fun, harmless summer blockbuster where co-star Evangeline Lilly shines and Paul Rudd, like, does some cool stuff. Things might get big, or small, or both. It all depends, really.

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I know one of the biggest things people have been talking about is the mid-credits scene. I’ve thankfully been able to avoid seeing or reading anything about it before actually seeing the film, and I’m hoping you did too! But for those of you who’ve gotten to the theater already (sorry, UK) here is the perfect place to talk about what that monumental scene means for the future of the MCU and our beloved Avengers (who still aren’t feeling quite well from the events of the last movie). Let’s dive into the Quantum Realm and explore absolutely everything!

Video Editor and Staff Writer at io9. My doppelganger is that rebelling greeting card from Futurama.

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angriergeek
Angrier Geek

Soooooo much better than that mediocre first one (Lil’ Iron Man) they should honestly just pretend it didn’t exist and shutter it away for all time.

And I loved, loved, loved that they saved “the bad guy” in the end and how her surrogate father stays with her despite her telling him to go away the same way her actual father tried to make her do and she likewise refused. I’m sorry, I like that kind of happy ending. Fuck gridmark.

Damn. This is 4-for-4 in the space of a year. I’m the first to criticize Marvel for their sometimes mediocre work in their need to keep the machine running, but Thor: Ragnorok, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and now Ant-Man & The Wasp is a just a ridiculous run of quality work. It’s impossible not to bring up the complete and utter shit-show that DC/WB is. How can they watch this happen and continue not to emulate the process!?! How can Ant-Man have better films than Superman!?!

This gives me hope the second Doctor Strange film will be an equal improvement over its medicore by-the-numbers first film.