Hope Van Dyne Soars In Ant-Man And The Wasp Concept Art


Although everyone is buzzing about Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War – and understandably so – it’s important that we not forget about Marvel Studios’ third cinematic offering in 2018, Ant-Man and the Wasp. And now that its theatrical release is relatively within reaching distance, we can expect more goodies regarding Scott Lang’s next adventure to surface on a regular basis.

Truth be told, as much as casual moviegoers are probably anticipating seeing Paul Rudd return as Lang, it could be argued that diehard comic book geeks are looking forward to seeing the co-headliner in this sequel donning her full regalia just as much. After all, we were granted merely a hint of what was in Hope Van Dyne’s future in the first flick, so it should be exciting to see her take flight this time around.

And while a costume was teased in 2015’s Ant-Man, it looks like we can expect some even more stylish threads when we venture out to multiplexes this summer. As it so happens, Empire Magazine revealed some concept art showing the Wasp herself in action, which can be viewed in the accompanying gallery.

Paying tribute to Superman: The Movie by labeling the piece “You’ll believe a Wasp can fly,” the images offered up are enough to make comic book readers smile, what with us being able to visualize just how Hope is taking down the pictured goon. Really, it’s not unlike reading an issue where an artist will show you the visual progression of her kicking butt and then growing to full size.

That said, it’s nice to have a little more to go on aside from the first trailer to have been released, but we imagine there’s much, much more to discuss concerning Ant-Man and the Wasp before it arrives in theaters on July 6.