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Scott Lang, also known as Ant-Man, is just getting settled into his new home when his daughter is targeted by a villain and he must go back to crime-fighting to save her.

©2019 Marvel (P)2019 Marvel

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  • Matthew Kelley
  • 11-02-20

Love the movies? Prepare to Enjoy this!

This is a fun and breezy story helped considerably by the multi voice cast. (As an aside, I wish Audible would make more of these modern audio presentations available. They work like a modern spin on a kind of long form radio show from the 30's). The final resolution is perhaps a bit underwhelming, but the journey is worth it. This thing sucks you in! Enjoy!

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  • Duncan McRae
  • 05-06-20

A Great Scott Lang Story

Full disclosure: my greatest passion is comic books and my favorite comic book superhero of all time since childhood is Ant-Man. Specifically, my favorite character is Hank Pym, but Scott Lang is a close second. When I saw that this book had been released, I had to read it, and when I saw that there was a Graphic Audio audiobook of it, I downloaded it immediately. This is a great Scott Lang story. I say Scott Lang story because it does something interesting and lets the costumed antics of Ant-Man take a backseat to Scott Lang, a man trying to do his best to offer stability to his teenage daughter Cassie despite being a single father in New York. Don't get me wrong, Ant-Man does take a major role in the narrative if that's what you're here for, but it's really nice to hear about the wholesome relationship between Scott and Cassie. The plot is a bit on the predictable side, but it's extremely enjoyable nonetheless. Additionally, Graphic Audio knocked it out of the park with this audiobook. In particular, the voices of Scott Lang, Cassie Lang, and Tony Stark are absolutely spectacular, as is the narrator. However, the whole cast is phenomenal, and it really feels like an evolution of old radio plays rather than just another audio book. It sucked me into the world completely and I enjoyed the experience from start to finish. If you're a fan of the Ant-Man character, I highly recommend picking up this book.