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Ant-Man / adapted by Alex Irvine.

by Irvine, Alexander (Alexander C.) [author.]; Wright, Edgar [founder of work.]; Cornish, Joe [founder of work.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Marvel Studios: the first ten years. Publisher: Gosford, NSW : Scholastic, 2018Edition: Limited edition.Description: 170 pages; illustrations; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781760661144; 1760661147.Other title: At head of title: Marvel.Uniform titles: Ant-Man (Motion picture).Subject(s): Fathers and daughters -- Juvenile fiction | Ant-Man, (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction | Pym, Hank, (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction | Technology -- Juvenile fiction | Terrorist organizations -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Movie novelizations. | Science fiction.DDC classification: 813.6 Summary: Before he was Ant Man, Scott Lang was a master thief who wanted to change his ways. But he didn't expect to change his height. So when Dr. Hank Pym recruits him to wear a super powered suit that shrinks him down to the size of an insect, he reluctantly realises his life of breaking and entering is far from over. Working with Hank and his daughter, Hope, Scott must plan and execute a takedown of Darren Cross, Hank's protege, who has become so power hungry, he is willing to sell the technology of the suit to the highest bidder. Even if that bidder is an international terrorist organisation.
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"Marvel Studios, the first ten years" -- Cover.

Based on the screenplay by Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish and Adam McKay & Paul Rudd. Story by Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish.

Includes an excerpt of "Captain America, Civil War".

Before he was Ant Man, Scott Lang was a master thief who wanted to change his ways. But he didn't expect to change his height. So when Dr. Hank Pym recruits him to wear a super powered suit that shrinks him down to the size of an insect, he reluctantly realises his life of breaking and entering is far from over. Working with Hank and his daughter, Hope, Scott must plan and execute a takedown of Darren Cross, Hank's protege, who has become so power hungry, he is willing to sell the technology of the suit to the highest bidder. Even if that bidder is an international terrorist organisation.

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