Every so often Marvel manages to pull off a meta masterstroke... and, ahead of Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania, releasing Scott Lang's "in-universe" autobiography is just such a move.
And getting universally adored actor Paul Rudd (who plays Lang/Ant-Man in the movies) to hilariously shill it is the glorious cherry on top.
Currently only available to pre-order in the States, for publication on September 5, Look Out for the Little Guy can be found here and here.This is the incredible story of an ex-con turned world-saving Super Hero.
In Look Out for the Little Guy, 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. 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.
Across his many adventures big and small, Scott has gathered the wisdom of countless amazing experiences into this, the first memoir from a real-life Avenger. Once you learn the unforgettable details of his epic journey, you won’t need to be reminded . . . to look out for the little guy.
“Introduces the man behind the hero, and the hero I call friend.” —Bruce Banner, fellow Avenger
Hopefully, as well as making the book available in the UK (so I can pick up a copy), Marvel will release an audiobook version - read by Paul Rudd.
Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania opens in a fortnight (February 17).
- h/t to Justin at Halls of The Nephilim for drawing this book to my attention.
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