The Ant Man Comics That May Make The Ant Man Movie

There’s something very special about the three central London shops, Orbital, Forbidden Planet and Gosh, in that they are flanked by all the major movie studio offices in London, as well as all the production companies that create special effects and the like. Through a bagel on Wardour Street and you’ll hit three people working on Gollum’s foreskin.

So when one of them needs some research materials but doesn’t want to wait for the West Coast to wake up, where do they go?

Over the last three weeks, I hear that four separate people have been into Gosh Comics looking for Ant Man comics. Lots of Ant Man comics, in any condition.

Here’s the thing. No one asks for Ant Man comics. Not even, I’m told, when Marvel was still publishing Ant Man comics. Each time the individuals have been asked if it’s for the Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish film and they jump back, spooked, asking how they could possibly know…

Today, the fourth individual had a specific request, wanting reference for Ant Man‘s “echo time locator” from “the old series”.

Both Gosh! (and me) were at a loss. Can anyone shed light on this?

And guess where it may be appearing in the movie?

image-30

Best Kids Section – Diamond Best Practice Awards Nominees For The Autumn

luke_cage_preview

You Can Hear The Luke Cage That Might Have Been

Jon Favreau Talks About His Pleasure In Returning As Happy Hogan In Spider-Man: Homecoming

lukecage

Cheo Hodari Coker Addresses Heroes For Hire

scarlett_johansson

Scarlett Johansson Covers New Order For Charity

Your Comic Is Its Own Best Marketing Tool – When It’s As Beautiful As Scurry, Anyway

[Spoilers] The Russo Brothers Explain Why All The Avangers Remain At The End Of Civil War

Once Upon A Time Returns Tonight And We Have 3 Clips

Going Around The Room With The Exorcist

Best Free Comic Book Day – Diamond Best Practice Awards Nominees For The Autumn