Marvel Releases SDCC-Exclusive ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Poster
With the highly anticipated film seemingly just around the corner, it appears as though the MCU has begun to excite fans for the arriving project, as prior to taking the stage for their announcement at Hall H, Marvel has released an SDCC-exclusive Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania poster!
Following what was a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Marvel studio has embraced tradition once again by returning to the hallowed corners of Hall H to announce the near future for the ever-developing Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With a plethora of announcements being made and the entire two years of the MCU being mapped out before the eyes of fans, Marvel Studios began the night by releasing an SDCC-exclusive Ant-MAn and the Wasp: Quantumania poster!
The poster was brought to life by frequent Marvel collaborator, and artist Andy Park, and featured a lot of tremendous details that could point to things that fans could begin to get excited about with the films release incoming.
1ST look at ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA! Poster I illustrated for @MarvelStudios @Comic_Con Honored to work again w/ @MrPeytonReed #PaulRudd @EvangelineLilly & 1st time Cassie @kathrynnewton & KANG #JonathanMajors #antmanandthewaspquantumania #Quantumania #antmanwasp #kang pic.twitter.com/Mf8tL3wg6w
— Andy Park SDCC 4604 (@andyparkart) July 23, 2022
The first huge detail that is clearly revealed on the exclusive poster is Cassie Lange being featured in her very own Quantum suit, which seems to be purple and is differentiated between both Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne’s suits.
This continues speculation that Cassie’s presence in the film is somehow leading to her arrival as a hero in the MCU, which falls perfectly in line with the character’s comic book origin, which sees her follow in the footsteps of her father.
The other clear depiction in the poster that only adds to speculation is the image of Jonathan Majors Kang the Conqueror looming ominously in the poster’s upper corner; with the character sporting a very different look than when fans first met him in the finale for Loki.
It is clear that Kang will be the villain of the film, with many expecting him to have a much larger role in the overarching development of Phase five and beyond; and wreaking havoc on the entire MCU as a whole.