Ant-Man and the Wasp was Marvel’s next move after the huge cinematic event that was Avengers: Infinity War. The movie was the perfect palate cleanser after all of the drama took place in the third installment of Avengers films, and it carried a much lighter and funnier tone than its predecessor. Seeing the duo’s chemistry unfold on screen in action-packed scenarios, as well in more serious story-driven scenes sealed the deal that they are here to stay, well sort of. Let’s just say the post-credit scene certainly tied things into the upcoming Avengers 4…
Until we get there, it’s awesome to be able to dive into some of the creative processes for Ant-Man and the Wasp, which was brought to the world courtesy of concept artist Ian Joyner. Just check out the pic below that shows a slightly miniaturized Scott Lang in uniform getting carried piggyback by his daughter.
Some of the other designs depict Ant-Man taking on mites and other insects while shrunken down much smaller than the human’s naked eye can detect.
Even just as concept art, the detail is really incredible, and there is certainly more where that came from.