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Henry Pym

Henry Pym
Real Name: Henry (Hank) Pym
Occupation: Biochemist, adventurer
Birth Place: Elmsford, New York
Identity: Public
Aliases: Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath, Wasp, Yellowjacket
Relatives: Maria Trovaya (wife, deceased), Janet Van Dyne,(Wasp, second wife, divorced), Ultron (creation, (son))
Group Affiliation: Avengers, Defenders, Avengers West Coast, Secret Defenders, Avengers (Heroes Reborn), Avengers (Destiny War), Initiative, Avengers Academy
Base of Operations: New York, New York, USA
Origin: Augmented (Chemical)
First Appearance
Tales to Astonish #27 (v1)
Gender: Male
Height: varies, normally 6″
Weight: varies, normally 185 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blond
Education: Extensive knowledge in various fields of science, currently has a residency in Oxford
Universe: Earth-616
 
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 #27 (v1)
3: Tales to Astonish #27 (v1)
   
"The Man in the Ant Hill! "
Henry Pym is mocked by the scientific community for his research on size-changing technology. In proving them wrong Pym finds himself in grave danger.
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Published: Jan. 1962
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Dick Ayers
Letterer: Jon D'Agostino
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #35 (v1)
18: Tales to Astonish #35 (v1)
   
"Return of the Ant-Man "
When the government asks Henry Pym to create a formula to prevent radiation poisoning, the Russians dispatch agents to take control of the research facility in order to steal his discovery. Henry Pym must revive his miraculous shrinking serum and use his new found inventions to free his fellow scientists and thwart their scheme.
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Published: Sept. 1962
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Dick Ayers
Letterer: John Duffy
Cover:
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Tales to Astonish #36 (v1)
22: Tales to Astonish #36 (v1)
   
"The Challenge of Comrade X! "
Comrade X, one of the greatest Russian Espionage Agents, has been dispatched to capture Ant-man and his miraculous shrinking serum, and bring him back to Soviet Russia. Will Comrade X succeed or will Ant-man expose the soviet agent to the authorities?
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Published: Oct. 1962
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Larry Lieber
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Dick Ayers
Letterer:
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #37 (v1)
28: Tales to Astonish #37 (v1)
   
"Trapped by the Protector! "
A man calling himself the Protector has been shaking down jewelers for money. Henry Pym is on this masked hustler's trail as the Ant-man!
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Published: Nov. 1962
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Dick Ayers
Letterer:
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #38 (v1)
32: Tales to Astonish #38 (v1)
   
"Betrayed by the Ants!! "
A former government scientist is hired by a group of desperate criminals to capture Ant-Man. Turning the heroe's insect allies against him, Egghead might be able to prove he has the brain power to defeat Ant-Man.
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Published: Dec. 1962
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Dick Ayers
Letterer: Johnny Dee
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #39 (v1)
38: Tales to Astonish #39 (v1)
   
"The Vengeance of the Scarlet Beetle! "
A beetle is exposed to radioactive material increasing his intelligence and granting him the ability to communicate with other insects. All the tools required to overthrow the Human race ... unless Ant-man can stop him!
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Published: Jan. 1963
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Dick Ayers
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #40 (v1)
43: Tales to Astonish #40 (v1)
   
"The Day That Ant-Man Failed! "
Armored trucks are being hijacked but the guards have no memory of what happened, and Ant-Man's crime fighting ways are derailed by a medical emergency.
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Published: Feb. 1963
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Sol Brodsky
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #41 (v1)
51: Tales to Astonish #41 (v1)
   
"Prisoner of the Slave World! "
Henry Pym's and his scientist colleagues are captured and transported to a different dimension. They are told to build a death-ray which their captor plans to use on the peace-keepers of his world. Ant-man will have to learn to communicate with the "ants" of Kulla's world in order to defeat him.
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Published: Mar. 1963
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Don Heck
Inker: Don Heck
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #42 (v1)
60: Tales to Astonish #42 (v1)
   
"The Voice of Doom! "
Radioactivity released from a atomic plant have implanted in Jason Cragg, a local radio personality, the power of persuasion. Jason throws down the gauntlet against Ant-man to prove his superiority and to take control of Center City!
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Published: April 1963
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Don Heck
Inker: Don Heck
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast
 
Flashback Issue
 
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1)
64: Tales to Astonish #43 (v1)
   
"The Mad Master of Time! "
Elias Weems was fired from his job because he was too old. Disgruntled he creates a ray gun that can speed up the aging process in living beings. Threatening the city it is up to Ant-man to stop him but can he do so as a senior citizen?!
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Published: May 1963
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Don Heck
Inker: Don Heck
Letterer: Ray Holloway
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast
 
           
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