Marvel and Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man have released a very real memoir, titled Look Out For the Little Guy, which details the life of the Avenger character.
The new book is featured in the new Scott Lang/Ant-Man film, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania. At the start of the movie, Lang is seen on a book tour for the memoir, which encompasses more than 20 short stories that delve into Lang as Ant-Man, a father, an Avenger, and more.
Lang shared more about the book in a press release from Marvel:
“Once upon a time I was just a guy living a normal life who committed a crime (for the greater good!), unfortunately, went away for a couple of years, got out and became a Super Hero, joined the Avengers, went down to the Quantum Realm, and then came back and saved the universe. You know, typical dad stuff,” Lang said.
“Dive into the pages of my new book, Look Out for the Little Guy, to read all about what it’s like to be the little guy (and sometimes, the very, very big guy) overcoming all the odds to help defeat Thanos,” he continued. “Shop Look Out for the Little Guy wherever books are sold, and to my two favorite partners, Hope and Cassie, this one’s for you!”
The best-selling novel is a collaboration between Marvel Studios and Ant-Man filmmakers, and was published by Hyperion Avenue. Look Out For the Little Guy is now available for preorder here, and will go on sale on Sept 5. The new Ant-Man movie is set to release on Feb. 17.