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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Okay onto the more important details…SCOTT LANG I LOVE YOU ❤️ I totally heard him narrating this book to me in my head. 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. 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!

How our greatest super-power can simply be a listening ear, a concerned eye, or an outstretched hand. Look out for the little guy’ is written so well with a great balance of humour and honestly thought provoking introspection.Sure, there are still things I would have preferred otherwise - there's far too much on the underwhelming 'Civil War' and not nearly enough Luis - but on the whole it's an entertaining read. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Thank you on behalf of Marvel fans for a well written timeline of events from Scott Lang's point of view. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.

I guarantee there isn't a person who hasn't seen the movies that is going to pick up this book and read it. This book is a recap I would say, that takes you to the event after event and how they happened throughout the timeline of the MCU from Scott Lang's point of view. 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.Scott Lang shares with the world a bracingly honest account of his struggles and triumphs, from serving time to being a divorced dad to becoming Ant-Man and joining the Avengers. It was a great book and featured frequently asked questions sections, photographs of the different characters, and the occasional note from another person, for example, Scott’s daughter, with a story about her dad. Je n'ai plus qu'à aller le faire dédicacer par Ant-Man lui même quand j'irai à Disneyland à l'Avengers Campus ! Yes, it's frequently cheesy, sometimes even irritating in an affable sort of way, but that's Scott Lang, isn't it?

I think I would have rather had this as an audiobook and have him narrate it because that would have made all the difference. Scott Lang shares with the world a bracingly honest account of his struggles and triumphs, from serving time to being a divorced dad to becoming Ant-Man and joining The Avengers. 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. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.

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. Even if Paul Rudd himself had half-assed a single paragraph it would’ve been a delight to read compared to this garbage.

Possibly because - scandalous suggestion, I know - the person whose name and face are on the cover has not in fact written the book as such, and their ghost is so used to churning these things out that they've reskinned the same crappy template they use for the other no-marks. 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! He has been an ice cream scooper, a corporate whistleblower, a consultant for The Pym Van Dyne Foundation, and an Avenger.Dive into the pages of my new book, Look Out for the Little Guy , to read all about what it's like to be the little guy (and sometimes, the very, very big guy) overcoming all the odds to help defeat Thanos. 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. So this is a weird one to review, it's a memoir from Scott Lang in the context of the Marvel Universe. I would definitely recommend this to any fans of Marvel/Avengers/Ant-Man or simply anyone interested in a fun superhero story which is made to seem like a hero’s autobiography.

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