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Best Ant-Man Costume Guide
Ant-Man, otherwise known as Scott Lang, is a fictional superhero from the Marvel Cinematic Universe who appears in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Having earned a Master’s degree in electronic engineering, Lang is responsible for stealing from criminals and returning the items back to their rightful owners. Ant-Man, portrayed by Paul Rudd, is also a member of the Marvel’s Avengers. After getting his hands on the Ant-Man suit, Lang gained the power to shrink in size, yet increase in strength. Get the look of Ant-Man with this complete costume guide.
To cosplay Ant-Man, start suiting up with an Ant-Man Jacket, Men’s Leather Pants, and Ant-Man Helmet. Add to the look with Ant-Man Gloves and the Ant-Man Cosplay Wristguards. Finally, equip yourself with a Round Cap Push Button so you can start breaking into houses and stealing!
Ant-Man Cosplay Costumes
Ant-Man is one of the funniest characters to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A former engineer by day and petty criminal by night, Scott Lang is the Ant-Man. While this certainly is a good superhero to cosplay, you shouldn’t suit up all by yourself? Grab hold of your friends and ask them to dress up as their own favorite Marvel superheroes. Don’t limit yourself to just Marvel superheroes, you can dress up as DC Universe superheroes as well! And while you’re at it, don’t stop with just heroes! Villains are a great option too.
There are a ton of possibilities that you and your friends can dress up like! Get in costume as Daredevil, Hawkeye, Flash, The Joker, Batman, Harley Quinn, Logan, or choose from the top superheroes costumes or best villain costumes. The possibilities are endless so, start exploring Costume Wall’s hundreds of costume guides to find the perfect cosplay!
Ant-Man, whose real name is Scott Lang, is a Marvel superhero and part of the Avengers. Ant-Man is portrayed by Paul Rudd, who played him in the very first movie in 2015. He later appeared as part of the Avengers in Captain America: Civil War. His life started ordinarily enough having a Master’s Degree in Electric Engineering. But instead of using his skills as a system engineer, he chose a life of crime. He stole from criminals until he was jailed and separated from his wife and daughter.
After he got out, he did another “job” and stole the Ant-Man suit. But, it was actually an elaborate plan by Hope Van Dyne to recruit Scott Lang to be his successor as Ant-Man. As a result, Lang became Ant-Man and was able to telepathically control ants, shrink in size while exponentially increasing his power, and shoot bioelectric blasts from his wrist gauntlets.