Look Out for the Little Guy!

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Look Out for the Little Guy!

Look Out for the Little Guy!

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If you wish to contribute, please do not immediately edit these pages, and instead visit the Timeline Discussion. I guarantee there isn't a person who hasn't seen the movies that is going to pick up this book and read it. So we have a choice: We can spend our lives clinging to what we know, or we can grab as many memories as possible and move on to what’s new and maybe even better ahead of us. It started strong but as I read through it I kept thinking it was lacking attention to detail that marvel is known for. However it is a very fun time and I just find it hilarious that I actually got to read the "in-movie memoir" from a Marvel film, it's just so random and bizarre I love it!

is a book written by Scott Lang about his journey from being a convict, becoming Ant-Man, joining the Avengers and finally culminating in the battle against Thanos. Once you learn the unforgettable details of his epic journey, you won’t need to be reminded… to look out for the little guy.It also comes across a bit self helpy and introspective, with Scott reflecting on the impact of the decisions he made along the way and how these affected his life. He has been an ice cream scooper, a corporate whistleblower, a consultant for The Pym Van Dyne Foundation, and an Avenger. I do love Ant-Man so much, he's absolutely one of my favourite characters and my dad and I rewatch the Ant-Man movies all the time, so of course I had to read this! The recent release of the book "Marvel Studios' The Marvel Cinematic Universe: An Official Timeline" requires a lot of analysis. At first I feared this was going to be one of those disappointing reads where you really like a celebrity, get the impression they'd be fun company, but when you pick up their memoir it's too busy trying to be inspirational to let them be themselves.

These are stories of epic battles won and lost, as this everyman turned Super Hero finally tells all—from the official account of what really happened between The Avengers and Thanos to how shrinking down to ant-size really feels to the challenges of balancing the roles of hero and dad. Because my life—just like yours—loses half its value if we don’t find a way to share its lessons with others. Thank you on behalf of Marvel fans for a well written timeline of events from Scott Lang's point of view. The book is just a retelling of what happened in the Marvel movies, except there’s a twist: Scott wasn’t there for any of it!Members of WikiProject:Timeline team are working on editing pages in response to the information revealed in the book. Cap told me that in Age of Ultron, there was this one scene where Natasha said *insert quote directly from movie* and then Thor said *insert quote directly from movie* and then Cap said ‘yes’ and ultron said…etc. So this is a weird one to review, it's a memoir from Scott Lang in the context of the Marvel Universe. If you see somebody wearing a cool T-shirt, tell him how nice it is, that tells them that you recognize them and you see them. The novel recaps the events of Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Avengers: Endgame from the perspective of Scott Lang.

There were some very heartfelt farewells to certain heroes and the letter to Cassie Lang was just so beautiful. Even if Paul Rudd himself had half-assed a single paragraph it would’ve been a delight to read compared to this garbage. He brings his own perspective to a lot of his encounters (such as what it’s like to be body slammed by Black Widow) and some really touching tributes to those lost along the way. Look out for the little guy’ is written so well with a great balance of humour and honestly thought provoking introspection. Along the way, you’ll hear about my story—Scott Lang’s story—from where I started to the (ant-) man I’ve become, and am still becoming.It did fall a bit flat - I was hoping that we'd get more in this than just recapping the movies, but we essentially only got a couple of new Ant-Man stories. Look Out for the Little Guy is the in-movie memoir by Scott Lang, also known as Ant-Man, that he's written and shared with the world, as seen onscreen in the new Marvel Studios film Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania . These are stories of epic battles won and lost, as this everyman turned superhero finally tells all—from the official account of what really happened between The Avengers and Thanos to how shrinking down to ant-size really feels to the challenges of balancing the roles of hero and dad. Who would have thought it, Scott Lang, big small guy who talks to ants and occasionally having a hand in saving the world, writing a book that may or may not blow your mind. This is not the type of book I would normally read, mainly cause this is written like a self help book and I despise those kinds of books 😭 but hey this is written from the perspective of Scott Lang so like I couldn't not read it.



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