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Ant-Man’s memories are real and you can buy an actual physical copy of the book

It turns out that Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania will not be the biggest release of the year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe or for Scott Lang, since that role has now fallen to the real Ant-Man memoir, which is titled Look Out For The Little Guy.

This book will have 20 short stories that recount the stage of Scott Lang (and by extension of Paul Rudd, we assume) as a superhero, an Avenger, a father and, most importantly, a “common man”. The description states that the memoir will “capture the heart, humor and humility that have made Scott Lang a beloved character among fans.”

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While this may sound like a marketing pitch (and it is to some degree), the book is also very real and will be published worldwide on September 5 from 2023 at the price of $26.99with pre-orders available right now.

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Of the book, Lang (or maybe Rudd, it’s hard to tell) said: “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 (and sometimes, the biggest). great), overcoming all odds to help defeat Thanos.”

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Although you can take a look at the cover of the book below, if you’re undecided about getting a copy, perhaps the brief review of Bruce Banner below can help convince you.


“Introduces the man behind the hero, and the hero I call a friend.”

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania