A little know fact is that I have interest other than US History and one of those is literally every LGBT character marvel has release, and since the young avengers is pretty much entirely LGBT i’m hooked. Also I literally can’t find an answer, is Teddy actually a prince or is it a different title?
CW’s Ant-Man: Or Where Dad-Fail no. 2 meets Attack on Titan
When I saw Ant-Man at the movie, I liked Scott Lang. After all, he’s a pretty likable guy. He makes mistakes, but he’s funny, and self-deprecating in the right way. He’s a thief, but he does try to do better. And he said what we’ve all been thinking for so long.
He has the cute little ants. Look at this. Adorable.
And he loves his daughter.
Pretty fun superhero, huh? I believe Honest Trailers called it Iron Man, with ants. No wonder I liked it. I honestly don’t remember all the details of the movie, but I remember I enjoyed it.
Anyway, Scott’s character undergoes somewhat of a change in Civil War. If you’ll allow me the pun, a GIANT change.
I can understand why Scott was added to the roster of the movie. I can even understand why he was inclined to jump to help. Like in Clint’s case, I very much doubt he knew anything about the Accords mess. I expect Cap/Sam told Scott about the 5 Winter Soldiers, and said they needed his help. Which fair enough. Scott is a hero. He wants to help. And he was recruited by Captain America. Captain America! There’s a fair share of hero worship there.
But then there’s this bit.
Whoa, wait. Back up. You just got out of prison, guv. You have a daughter. Remember her?
Do you really want to abandon her again because of doing something illegal? Apparently, yes. #Dadfail. Again.
Give me Claire Temple and Jessica Jones meeting up to have a drink and shoot the shit without having to worry about any blood or evil pricks, hanging out more and more until it becomes a weekly occasion
Pepper Potts and Maria Hill with the busiest schedules you can possibly imagine, but still squeezing in coffee dates on every weekend they can make it work
Hope Van Dyne being thrilled to meet Natasha Romanoff, because she finally has a sparring partner who’s actually a challenge
Daisy Johnson and Wanda Maximoff bonding over everything, over missing parents and learning to use your powers and accidentally becoming superheroes. Wanda (and Pietro) is dubbed an honorary Inhuman
Jemma Simmons tripping over herself with excitement when she meets Helen Cho, who’s absolutely flattered and charmed to find someone so interested in her work outside of patching up Avengers
Bobbi Morse sending snapchats her old academy buddies in the middle of a firefight. Sharon Carter replies with - holy shit, is that Captain America?
Playdates for Cassie Lang and Lila Barton the future Young Avengers
We’ve got a super-soldier, a giant girl, a robot from the 30th century, a
Skrull/Kree super-soldier, Billy (who, yeah, is kind of lame, but can
cast spells), an Olympic class archer and martial artist, and… me.