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69: Tales to Astonish #44 (v1)

" The Creature From Kosmos! "
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Tales to Astonish #44 (v1)
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Cover Artists: Jack Kirby, Don Heck
Writers: Stan Lee, H.E. Huntley
Pencilers: Jack Kirby
Inkers: Don Heck
Letterers: Artie Simek
Cover Date: June 1963
Release Date: March 1963
Story Arc: -
Pages: 18
Cover Price: $0.12
Times Read: 1,369                 Times Rated: 700
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Universes:   Earth-616  
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Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1)
Strange Tales #109 (v1)
Tales to Astonish #44 (v1)
Tales of Suspense #42 (v1)
Strange Tales #110a (v1)
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Ant-man has found a companion to aid in his solitary fight against injustice, tyranny and crime. A companion who will soon become known as the Wasp. They must use their combined might in battling the Creature from Kosmos!
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Main Characters
Ant-Man last appeared in Tales to Astonish #43 (v1). Ant-Man next appears in Tales to Astonish #45 (v1).
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First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Wasp in the mainstream continuity. Wasp next appears in Tales to Astonish #45 (v1).
  Maria Pym
Cameo Appearance First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Maria Pym in the mainstream continuity. Only in Flashback. This is a cameo appearance.
  Vernon van Dyne
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Vernon van Dyne in the mainstream continuity. Vernon van Dyne next appears in Avengers Origins: Ant-Man and the Wasp #1. Dies this issue.
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Pilai in the mainstream continuity. Pilai next appears in Quasar #14.
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US Army
US Army last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1). US Army next appears in Tales of Suspense #42 (v1).
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Ant-Man Cybernetic Helmet
Ant-Man Cybernetic Helmet last appeared in Tales to Astonish #43 (v1). Ant-Man Cybernetic Helmet next appears in Tales to Astonish #45 (v1).
Ant-Man's Catapult
Ant-Man's Catapult last appeared in Tales to Astonish #43 (v1). Ant-Man's Catapult next appears in Fantastic Four #16 (v1).
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This is the first appearance of the Wasp as well as Henry's first wife is mentioned and seen for the first time in a flashback.
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  Bob Says:    
  2011-10-19 18:20:06  
  Kind of cheating to come up with that background-story of Pym so late, but then again I enjoyed Ant-Man getting a (romantic interest-) sidekick.  

  Pyro Says:    
  2011-10-21 00:28:28  
  I cringed when the Wasp told him that she loved him on their way to fighting the creature. That was super WEAK  

  TStarnes Says:    
  2011-10-21 00:39:44  
  One of the many instances of Stan and Co. showing they do not understand or know how to write women.  

  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-20 21:35:51  
  You all beat me to it.

Why didn't Pym give himself wings? And antennae for that matter, so he wouldn't be dependent upon a helmet.

  rebelmswar Says:    
  2011-12-24 22:29:35  
  There may be glaring issues in this issue but with Kirby drawing and Huntley doing the writing, this is the strongest Ant-Man story yet. I can only guess that it is the change of these two staffers that have made this difference. This Pym seems a bit more fleshed out and not as plastic, The Wasp, although seemingly rather loose, holds promise to me.  

  Webslinger Says:    
  2012-04-07 07:59:48  
  This was quite an good origin story, of course with all the cornyness those days offer us- in the firs panel's box it's hard to choose what to quote, but take this: "You will see him find a companion to aid in his solitary fight against injustice, tyranny, and crime [...]", than america is "your awesome country" to times in a row, the way the Wasp tells him she is in love is really weak..., and lets not forget that the "fate of mankind" was at stake again.

On the other hand this tale was far better than Ant-Man was achieving normally. I sure am excited to learn what comes next to them!!

  lmcontaldi Says:    
  2012-05-15 23:22:18  
  This one is almost making me quit Ant-Man entirely... i mean, how cheesy can Lee make the love story?!  

  chrisWhite Says:    
  2012-06-25 20:34:31  
  Regardless of the flaws I finally think I might enjoy the Ant-Man comics.  

  Daredevil Says:    
  2012-07-01 06:09:53  
  This is a very flawed issue on many levels. Aside from it being the 1st appearance by the Wasp, it's only notable for me as being the first issue in the order that I hadn't read before.  

  Dark_Knight93 Says:    
  2012-07-02 19:37:34  
  Ah, people (especially woman) apparently fall in love within an hour of meeting someone in the Marvel Universe. Other than that bull crap, I commend this issue for finally giving Henry Pym a little depth, I finally feel I know something about the character.

Another thing, is it really a wonder why Maria was captured and killed? The two lovers were speaking about her past life out loud in front everyone. Not very good at keeping secrets I must say.

  Agrippina Says:    
  2012-07-15 06:44:58  
  Wow, actual character development for Ant Man. Wasp is okay in this one, but I found myself cringing at the love declaration knowing where she's headed as a character.  

  Ice Says:    
  2012-07-21 22:39:44  
  This issue has a lot going for it, and a lot against. The Wasp's first appearance, and we get more of Stan's patented sexism. Another alien invader, but this one is actually interesting as it's an alien *monster* that is actually a threat. Pym finally gets some development, but it's full of good old fashioned anti-Communist propaganda. ...It all works out to be an ok story. Which is a lot, for early Ant-Man stories.

AND FINALLY, an issue in The Order where the pre-teen in me can enjoy a "That's what SHE said!" moment! Jan tells Pym, "All I feel is a tiny pin prick. How long does it take?" while in his lab.

  instantdeath999 Says:    
  2012-07-23 18:39:01  
  Best Ant Man story yet. Still not very good, though.

And I'm not sure it's fair to call Stan Lee "sexist", or "racist" for that matter, based on some of his depictions. There's definitely a difference between (mostly) innocent ignorance and intentional racism. A lot of what happens is just a product of the time, and I actually find it a bit less so than some of the other things that were popular at the time.

  specialque Says:    
  2012-09-15 10:22:23  
  Ant-Man's kind of notorious for not having a personality, so I loved him finally getting a backstory in this. It also explains why he hardly shows emotion. The Wasp worked in this issue, but as everyone says, Stan really has no idea how women think. Hell, at times it's like he has no grasp on how basic human emotions work, either. The villain was pretty neat. I liked that it was similar to the ants, and therefore the ants didn't want to mess with it. All in all this was a strong story.  

  Phantasmagoria Says:    
  2012-10-24 15:05:40  
  I really, really enjoy this story. Henry Pym gets a lot of character development here, and I like Jan quite a bit. Before reading this story, I had no idea of how she became The Wasp, and I quite like it as an origin story. Easily four stars out of five.  

  Dopey Says:    
  2012-12-22 00:26:09  
  This comic is no less than astonishing when compared to any Ant-Man stories that have come before. This can be attributed to the absence of Larry Lieber. Comparing him with Ernie Hart, who was the scriptwriter here, is almost unfair to Larry. He just didn't give his writing enough time or care. The combination of Kirby's scenes with Heck's profiles works very well. I almost wish they' bring someone else into all of Kirby's works to draw profiles, because I think it is past time for the non-rocklike-hided members of the FF to look human.

The fact that Henry Pym now has a story behind his crime fighting is a big plus, the addition of Janet Van Dyne promises to improve the enjoyment of future issues, and with the ants having started to directly speak to Ant-Man, I feel that storytelling for this here's mags will be easier than ever.

Longer stories are proven to be better than the shorter ones. It's settled.

A bit about the romance between Pym and Van Dyne:
"She looks somewhat like Maria!"...
"She looks so much like Maria!"...
"She's too young, I mustn't give in else I'll fall in love myself!"... Next sene: Janet in a skin tight costume and getting pixie wings implanted into her back.
It's cool, Pym, we won't think less of you man, we'd do exactly the same thing. You're doomed to start sleeping with this young, tight, hot, pixie-winged orphan virgin that resembles the only love you've ever had. You lucky bastard.

One star for shared penciling. One star for the new direction a teammate is going to turn this comic in. One star for fleeing civilians, a legit death, and pixie wings + unstable molecule costumes.

  edgar987 Says:    
  2012-12-24 20:31:39  
  4 stars a good story and the Introduction of the most important lady in the marvel universe.  

  Spider-Borg Says:    
  2013-01-15 22:16:16  
  Knew next to nothing about 616 Janet and other than the quick declaration of love and a little cheesiness this was still a good story for a change!  

  gonzo Says:    
  2013-06-19 08:16:20  
  Easily the best yet from Ant-Man, though his origin story came off like somewhat of a Batman ripoff to me. The dynamic between Henry Pym and Janet already stands out as some of the best character development to date in the reading order. 4 stars.  

  leisch Says:    
  2013-07-21 07:07:32  
  Excellent Ant Man story. The debut of the Wasp, who is destined to become one of the most beloved characters in the Marvel Universe. That's amazing development considering she's going to be probably the prime example of "Lee's Sixties Women Syndrome".  

  Psychopat Says:    
  2013-09-03 10:10:31  
  This was a solid issue... everyone seem to think the love declaration is weak it tought it was believable... other than the fact they knew each other for only a few hours, there was a chance of one of them not making it back so if I knew that it may be the last time I see my love I would tell her right away.

It's great to see some character devellopement for Ant-Man, and he didn't get a BS background there's two deaths in this issue Maria and Janet's father (I got a hunch that Maria may be coming back later in the order...)

Am I the only one that thinks Wasp was useless in this issue? Other than flying around and following Ant-man she did nothing... okay maybe it's because it's her first time!

  Tarquinnff3 Says:    
  2013-10-09 10:06:04  
  That was the best Ant-Man story so far. I love the new character, Wasp. She adds so much more emotion to the story, in a very good way. I was hoping they would soon reveal some good back story for Pym and I wasn't disappointed. I would give this on 4 stars if it weren't for a few cheesy parts that slightly broke the mood. Also the pacing of the story seemed a little rushed and Pym puts faith in Janet too fast. I think if this one had been a few more pages long they could have fleshed it out a little better, with more logical pacing and progression. Overall, it was a great success.  

  marvelcomicslover Says:    
  2013-11-04 22:23:02  
  I liked Ant-Man getting a partner and learning more about his past.  

  VenomousIntent Says:    
  2013-11-21 16:50:16  
  Look at our writers starting to use their scientific knowledge correctly. They grow up so fast *tears of joy*  

  Locust75 Says:    
  2014-01-19 20:52:05  
  5 stars for the lovely Janet Van Dyne especially when Don Heck is drawing her.

Cover Me - I love that Ant-Man is the damsel in distress!

Hungary Is For Lovers - The whole honeymoon in my commie controlled country is just crazy. I know it is revisited decades later in West Coast Avengers, but I wanna believe there is more to it. Like showing the events leading up to Pym being arrested.

Last Words - It's a good thing that Maria didn't say "Go to the Dung Beetles!". Or, we would of had the "Astonishing Dung-Man!

Shut In - Papa Van Dyne must stay in his lab way too much to not know that there is life out there, and they have made contact multiple times.

Gameplan - Wouldn't it of been faster to remain regular size when going after the creature and using a shotgun? Also, would a shotgun even fire that far, or even work against a creatue that big?

Ghostbusters - The Kosmos Creature looked like a mix between Slimer and The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man!

'Nuff Said - "This is my partner the Wasp! You will be to her as you, are to me!"-Ant-Man


  Bramwell Says:    
  2014-01-23 02:40:07  
  1. Wasp looks very 60s SciFi glam on the splash page
2. This is almost an AM reboot, with back story, origin and character depth.
3. Page 10 panel 1 - I would like a copy of that framed and on the wall
4. It seems like it would be a good idea for Pym to give himself wings and antennae, doesn't it?
5. Wasps origin and character are solid. The impetuousness is there right from the start
6. The whole no emotion prude things a bit silver
I can't believe I am saying this about an Antman book but I really enjoyed it. 4 stars for AM and Wasp

  guy_grolit Says:    
  2014-01-26 15:48:36  
  finally we getting somewhere :]
hahaha love from the first sight. its always buy me

  opusaug Says:    
  2014-02-07 10:58:37  
  Great art, thin plot, dramatic character development, horrible dialogue - this issue is a real smorgasbord of good and bad thrown together. In the end, it just barely balances out to 3 stars. And now that we finally have a personality behind Pym, we can see how he won't be an ordinary hero. He's a mad scientist who just happens to play for the "good" team, but just underneath that cybernetic helmet is one very cracked head.  

  GroovyGolem Says:    
  2014-02-13 05:48:35  
  So is this the first retcon in the Marvel Universe? I think it qualifies. Loved Kirby's art with Heck's inking... great combination.

The writing on the other hand, was awful. Huntley just doesn't string words together quite like a normal human. Combine that with the fact that if this story were done today and it would be fleshed out into a 4-issue mini-series. There was quite a bit of plot packed into this one, and it seemed like we only saw every 3rd or 4th panel, with the rest left on the cutting room floor. I don't know... it all just had a very bizarre quality to it, the way the tone kept jumping around.

But... I LOVED the retro quality of Wasp's costume!

  skerit Says:    
  2014-06-01 18:03:11  
  "I have been working on a gamma ray beam to pierce space and detect signals from other planets. If there IS life out there in the galaxy perhaps, through my beam, we can make contact!"

This man has been working too much, he missed the past 10 alien invasions!

  rainbowsad Says:    
  2014-07-07 13:34:13  
  Best Ant-Man comic by a long shot! It's time for a change of pace, and if that means the Wasp is joining Ant-Man, so be it! That said, a lot of this was just... Weird... Honestly, I don't really buy their motives for being superheroes. Hopefully they'll get a nice rhythm going soon...  

  Naethen Says:    
  2015-03-01 11:42:04  
  Everything required for a 1-star review: Red Menace, silver age misogyny, the hero is briefly checked into an insane asylum, another use for Gamma Rays, random alien invasion. I like the Wasp's origin overall, though, and she will be a great addition. Hopefully she can fly Pym around so he doesn't need his insane cannon anymore!  

  rodyoungerblood Says:    
  2015-05-26 18:51:13  
  A little illogical, but a dope-ass step up from previous Ant-Man stories.  

  ViolentPhlegm Says:    
  2015-06-03 09:52:10  
  Lots of problems with logic and character, but I rated this pretty highly because the backstory makes Pym a lot more interesting and having him talk to someone should make for a nicer narrative flow than the internal monologs and narration that we've had so far.  

  jbb10499 Says:    
  2015-10-30 11:40:31  
  This is by far the best ant man story yet although it does still suffer from common silver age flaws  

  jbb10499 @ jbb10499 (original post):    
  2015-11-23 10:54:13  
  Also, Jabba the Hutt  

  yack Says:    
  2015-12-23 09:51:35  
  The series finally got better with this one...thank God for Wasp's story line.  

  RobinHoodMtl Says:    
  2016-03-15 22:05:38  
  • Janetís costume looks like something right out of the Jetsons! Feels so vintage!

  • That is some master drawing here. Hard to believe that it was Kerbyís, except for the monster, of course. The characters could likely be credited to Heck. But whoever it was, it worked. And every opportunity was used to show us the world from a totally different perspective. Very effective in several close-ups here and there. I also loved the charging ant on page 11.

  • Pym was a bit quick to figure out the alien menace. So many other things could have damaged the machine in that manner. Like erÖ the Hulk! Or some villain with a magnetic device! Of course, van Dyneís experiments on space observation was a strong lead.

  • The antsí consciousness and analytic thoughts are really complex for such small brains.

  • Somehow, Pymís explanation on specialized cells does not sound ridiculous at all. And I can buy his rant on formic acid, because itís got some real background. Thatís a first!

  • On the bad notes, Pymís macho attitude towards women made me cringe.

  • Another thing bothered me a little. It would have been much simpler to carry and shoot that gun if they didnít shrink. What purpose did that serve?

  • ďAnts, meet the Wasp! Wasp, meet the ants. Now shake legs and be friends!Ē

  • Best Ant-Man yet. Fantastic how deep we got into character development! It really explains a lot! As much as Iím not particularly fond of alien invasion stories, this one felt like an accessory to the main plot of getting a partner. The tragedy, the first adventure, a hint of romance, all of it was well paced. Although the ďLĒ word was way too premature! I was tempted to give 5 stars because there was so much good stuff going on , but the sexism and cheesy romance were just too much!

  Billstar2 Says:    
  2016-04-18 15:35:07  
  Who knew that it would take Wasp to make Antman readable. I actually was going to read a couple pages and do something else but I started it and finished it. I can't say the same for Antman usually. I usually read a few pages, slap my forehead in amazement or disgust, do something else, rise,lather,and repeat.  

  Calion Says:    
  2016-05-24 18:34:53  
  1. Ugh. I hate contrived, tacked on character development.
2. And why does Ant-Man, of all people, need a partner? Doesn't he have his ants?
3. Wait...Dr. Van Dyne wants to contact aliens? After the world has been invaded by them multiple times? Shouldn't he be looking for a way to UN-contact them?
4. Holy Cow, implanting specialized cells that only activate when shrunk down actually makes sense. What's going on here, Stan?
5. The Wasp's costume looks stupid. I much prefer her later duds.
6. God, I hate Ant-Man. Why in the world use ants and your tiny self to fire a shotgun, when you can just get big and pull the trigger?

There's a lot of commentary on Janet's quick declaration of love. But note that she already found him handsome, had gone through a recent trauma, and was quite young. In my experience (from many years ago), young girls tend to declare love quickly (and un-declare it just as quickly!).

  Russ Says:    
  2016-07-19 17:24:27  
  So we now have our second powered female in the modern continuity, after Sue Storm. But yeah, it does seem like she was nothing more than a foil rather than an equal partner, and exists to pine after the hero like the women in most other series so far.

I agree with most of the commenters here about the way women are portrayed so far. They don't seem to have much in the way of personal dignity when it comes to romance, and it's especially bad in the Iron Man series up to this point (although women are going after a rich and famous guy there). Maybe it's because of the time period (1960s), but even then, I have a hard time thinking women back then were so passive and condescending.

All that said, this is easily the best Ant-Man story since Astonish #27. There had been next to no character development for Hank Pym since his introduction, so this was at least a refreshing change of pace in the series. Of all the early Marvel heroes, I never did really care for Pym, but he deserved much better treatment over the years.

  chademe Says:    
  2016-09-04 08:25:43  
  Best Ant-Man story yet, but the romantic aspect of it seemed a bit rushed. I think it would have been better if they're relationship developed over a few issues, instead of cramming it all into this one.

Overall the quality of the stories of all the various comics seem to be improving. It may be the addition of some new writers or the fact that they're dedicating entire issues to one story to allow more development, but I was about to give up on the Silver Age altogether until I read these last few issues.

  kent18 Says:    
  2016-11-06 16:41:23  
  With the introduction of delightful Janet Van Dyne, Marvel Comics *finally* has a super-heroine worthy of the name... as opposed to the (then still-)ongoing embarrassment that was Sue Storm, over in FANTASTIC FOUR. Five stars.  

  Wolverstone Says:    
  2016-11-29 22:19:45  
  Good thing the ants were there to absorb the kick from the shotgun.  

  CrazyforRAMU Says:    
  2017-04-30 16:26:40  
  Okay, so I think other commenters have fully explored how weird the insta-love plot point is; I'd like to address the other nutty plot hole that this story brings front and center:

In these early days, growing and shrinking isn't a part of Ant-Man's public identity. As far as civilians are concerned, he's a tiny dude 24/7.

This issue and its mad "ants hauling a shotgun around town" premise make it clear how *utterly insane* it is for Hank to pretend that Ant-Man is always tiny. His solution for the crisis here makes his tiny stature nothing but a hindrance to saving the day. Here's hoping he has a moment of clarity soon and lets the public in on his shrinking secret.

Unrelated note: This is the first case in the order where I flat out refuse to believe the credits on the title page. Pencils by Jack Kirby my ass. He did some of the Kosmos monster panels and *maybe* some of the crowd shots. The overwhelming majority of this art is Don Heck through and through.

  RobinHoodMtl @ Russ (original post):    
  2017-05-21 20:54:20  
  > ...I have a hard time thinking women back then were so passive and condescending.

It still surprises me, considering how far we've elvolved from that, but if we really think about it, not too long ago, one of the best options for women was to find a husband with a good job. If, as a bonus, Pym is as handsome and intelligent as we are led to think, and not only a good man, but also a hero, then yes, I can buy that a girl would marry him on the spot! Sad, but true to the times!

  Allencthulhu Says:    
  2017-06-11 19:34:11  
  One star for Henry's backstory.

One star for the Wonder Wasp's first appearance.

That is all it deserves.

  jennychan Says:    
  2018-01-12 19:14:36  
  So many white knight comments about how we have "evolved" from The Wasp's thought bubbles...

Anywho, I somehow had never read the full origin of the Wasp. I am glad I did. She is much more lively than the Invisible Girl.
We also see that Henry Pym already had a nervous breakdown after his wife Maria died. I think it's awesome that he had a wife btw. I remember John Byrne's West Coast Avenger retcons so look forward to seeing more about Pym's backstory before then.

I agree with CrazyforRAMU, Kirby did not pencil this comic by himself.

I really liked this story: 4 stars, true believers.

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Essential Ant-Man, Volume 1
This collection includesTales to Astonish #35 (v1), Tales to Astonish #36 (v1), Tales to Astonish #37 (v1), Tales to Astonish #38 (v1), Tales to Astonish #39 (v1), Tales to Astonish #27 (v1), Tales to Astonish #40 (v1), Tales to Astonish #41 (v1), Tales to Astonish #42 (v1), Tales to Astonish #43 (v1), Tales to Astonish #44 (v1), Tales to Astonish #45 (v1), Tales to Astonish #46 (v1), Tales to Astonish #47 (v1), Tales to Astonish #48 (v1), Tales to Astonish #49 (v1), Tales to Astonish #50 (v1), Tales to Astonish #51a (v1), Tales to Astonish #52a (v1), Tales to Astonish #53a (v1), Tales to Astonish #54a (v1), Tales to Astonish #55a (v1), Tales to Astonish #56a (v1), Tales to Astonish #57a (v1), Tales to Astonish #58a (v1), Tales to Astonish #59 (v1), Tales to Astonish #60a (v1), Tales to Astonish #61a (v1), Tales to Astonish #62a (v1), Tales to Astonish #63a (v1), Tales to Astonish #64a (v1), Tales to Astonish #65a (v1), Tales to Astonish #66a (v1), Tales to Astonish #67a (v1), Tales to Astonish #68a (v1), Tales to Astonish #69a (v1)
Marvel Masterworks: Ant-Man/Giant-Man, Volume 1
This collection includesTales to Astonish #27 (v1), Tales to Astonish #35 (v1), Tales to Astonish #36 (v1), Tales to Astonish #37 (v1), Tales to Astonish #38 (v1), Tales to Astonish #39 (v1), Tales to Astonish #40 (v1), Tales to Astonish #41 (v1), Tales to Astonish #42 (v1), Tales to Astonish #43 (v1), Tales to Astonish #44 (v1), Tales to Astonish #45 (v1), Tales to Astonish #46 (v1), Tales to Astonish #47 (v1), Tales to Astonish #48 (v1), Tales to Astonish #49 (v1), Tales to Astonish #50 (v1), Tales to Astonish #51a (v1), Tales to Astonish #52a (v1)
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