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Marvel
Ant-Man: Natural Enemy

by Jason Starr
Jul 6, 2015
5 Hours
5
978-1-62851-171-0
Ages 13+
Marvel's smallest hero stars in his biggest story yet: an all-new, original prose novel timed to coincide with the ANT-MAN feature film!

Meet Scott Lang: ex-con, single father and part-time super hero. Scott and his teenage daughter, Cassie, are just settling down in a new city when a criminal from Scott's past comes gunning for them. But is the killer really after Scott, or the secrets of the Ant-Man tech? And just how far will Scott go to protect his only child?

Award-winning crime writer Jason Starr (Twisted City, WOLVERINE MAX ) spins a thrilling tale of desperation, secrets and microscopic adventure.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Richard Rohan, Patrick Bussink, Dani Stoller, James Lewis, Elizabeth Jernigan, Joe Brack, Tim Carlin, Katy Carkuff, Christopher Walker, Casie Platt, Helen Pafumi, Jacob Yeh, Jonathon Church, Evan Casey, Michael Glenn, Terence Aselford, Laura C. Harris, Yasmin Tuazon, Eric Messner, Nora Achrati, Ken Jackson, Scott McCormick, Colleen Delany, Dylan Lynch, Sasha Olinick and Richard Cutting
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Scott McCormick
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
Additional Original Music Justin Wortz
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

ant MAN by Derrick (Posted on 8/7/2018)
This one for me did not live up to the current movies that I've enjoyed seeing. The Ant Man movie was great and I'm looking forward to the next one, but this audio book, while the story was ok, it just left me wishing for a different Ant Man. I enjoyed it, but comparing it to the movies or comic tv shows that Ant Man is a part of, that's the one I wanted to hear more of.
Good story telling.... by Norman (Posted on 4/20/2018)
The story was there, but at times I just wasn't interested. There was no real villain to the story. The drama between a father and his teenage daughter was the most dynamic part in this super hero driven tale.
Unexpectedly Fantastic! by Luke (Posted on 3/18/2018)
I didn't have terrific expectations for this title but bought it through a great sale on the GA website. I LOVED it. Though my expectations were low, I kept thinking "Wow! This is a really fun story!" Good performances overall. One complaint... the actress who portrays the villain can get a little hysterical sounding. It's like she can't just be evil, she has to go bat-sh*t crazy. It's the same actress who portrays Mary Marvel in Countdown. Would love to see her portray internal conflict with more subtlety. Of course... we're talking about comic books, so maybe subtlety is off the table.
awesome by Louis (Posted on 3/9/2018)
Fun story liked the balance between humor and drama. Really good handle on Scott and Cassie!
Just ok by Brian (Posted on 3/1/2018)
Love the actors of GA. This just wasn’t a great story line.. I kept waiting for it to get better, then all the sudden it was over. I can’t rate it too low, just because the production of it was great.
ant man by ricky (Posted on 2/15/2018)
antman and the atom I have always liked. this story is a good one if you are a antman fan you do not want to miss this story
GA MARVEL by J.R. (Posted on 1/23/2018)
any marvel title GA does, it just keeps getting better!
Ho hum... by Daniel (Posted on 6/30/2017)
I'm not a purchaser of Ant-Man comics, nor am I a huge fan so I don't know a great deal about the character (outside of cartoons and the MCU.) I'm not at all sure why GA produced this title outside of cashing in on the release of the movie. This story plays like TAKEN or CSI as opposed to the bigger GA productions. Oh well, you can't win them all. This one is a real snoozer compared to the other multiple hero titles.
Good but no blockbuster by Stephen (Posted on 1/23/2017)
Disclaimer- I don't know anything about Ant-Man, but Graphic Audio did an excellent job producing this.

Loved the format, very dull story, especially towards the end. Good filler until the next audio book comes!
A good story but not Great by William (Posted on 7/6/2016)
This has the usual great GA quality but just was not that great for me. I would recommend it but also i would say there are definitely better ones out there.
Natural Hit by James (Posted on 5/3/2016)
This is a great story. Tailored to the recent movie no doubt. But still a great story.
Why adapt this? by Michael (Posted on 1/27/2016)
I did enjoy this story and I would recommend this to any Marvel comics fan HOWEVER it is clear that GA chose to adapt this to capitalize on the potential success of the film (which seems to be the case with other recent marvel adaptions) and though not a bad strategy I am sure a better story could have been chosen.
My biggest problem with this production/story is that for a story of 5 hours long nothing really happens in the 1st three hours and when the action does start towards the end it is over extremely quickly. Secondly this is more of a Scott/Cassey Lang father/daughter story rather than an Ant Man story. This would have worked if it was a Stature origin story, but in this case just felt like it was dragging out the story to fill time.
Father-Daughter Drama by Catdaddy (Posted on 1/6/2016)
A clear tie-in to the film, this drama surrounds Scott Lang's incarnations as the superhero, rather than Hank Pym. (This is a good thing for younger listeners, as Pym had a dark social history of mental instability and spousal abuse.) “Natural Enemy” is largely concerned with teenage angst, courtesy of his daughter Cassie. The show offers great family listening, but does not offer the sharpest action-edge of other GA Marvel titles. There is almost no language nor adult situations, and the show is best rated a strong PG for acton violence and a few (offstage) deaths. This is a model 3.5 * title: not quite strong enough for four, but worth a listen.
a dull outing by kurumais (Posted on 11/7/2015)
not the best way to cash in on a movie and reach a new audience. i felt this was a boring super hero story. mostly its scott lang taking about stuff that happened and stuff that might happen instead of actually doing things. ant man/ scott was uneven at time quite likeable other times a bit whiney. not bad enough to turn off but not good enough to recommend. dull and forgettable
Ant-Man - Natural Enemy by Anthony (Posted on 9/7/2015)
This first attempt was enjoyable and could be better. Anyways looking forward to the next in the series for improvements in story.
Ant Man by Lee (Posted on 9/3/2015)
Very good story. Thanks GA.
A good filler before the Movie by Jermane (Posted on 8/30/2015)
I have to say this book got the character of Scott Lang down; I wasn't too thrilled by his daughter's or his ex-wife's characterzation in it. Newsflash when your family member is a superhero the bad guys are going to out of the wood work. Not mention you live in the Marvel Universe bad things are going to happen especially in New York.
pretty good listen!! by john (Posted on 8/3/2015)
Not a bad production, but the villian was lack luster. I kept thinking Hal Jordan when Scott Lang talked, only due to listening to the GL stories prior to this. I hope the next one would be Hank Pym story or a comic version of Yellow Jacket/Wasp story
Ant Man Natural Enemy by Michael (Posted on 7/21/2015)
Like all of graphic audio's work, this is fantastic. Fast paced, excellent voice acting, and superb soundtrack made my driving time fly by!

Well worth a listen.
Wonderful! by Hunter (Posted on 7/19/2015)
Graphic audio is absolutely amazing! This story is no different! Fall in love with Scott Lang before the movie is out!
Honestly kind of unpleasant to listen to by damien (Posted on 7/10/2015)
I am a big fan of GA, in particularly their comic adaptions. I bought all the Marvel books, and almost all the DC as well. I have limited interest in Ant-Man but I thought it would be a fun ride non-the-less. Just saying I really wanted to like it, but I actually had kind of a hard time finishing it. While I can see what they were getting at, they wanted a grounded "everyman" superhero story it really ended up just being a slow and fairly uninteresting story. In addition it suffered due to several issues:

1. Cassie was very unlikable, I know she is a "troubled teenager" but she is so wildly emotional and bi-polar (litterally going from "I love you daddy!" to "I HATE YOU" in minutes). I am a licenced MFT and I work with Bi-polar, borderline, and schizo-affective teens that are less neurotic than Cassie

2. There is really no sense of menace from the villian, in fact the book plays out like a particularly mello-dramatic episode of a CW superhero show (so... if you like such things you might like it?)

3. The most interesting part of the story (in my opinion at least). Was the relationship Scott has with ants. The story goes to great lengths to show how loyal, helpful, and endearing the ants are and how much Scott loves them. THEN (minor spoiler) they proceed to kill billions of them in a graphic and horrible way. While I have no attachment to ants, I am an animal lover, and the description of how much they were suffering and dying really bothered me and I only finished the story to make sure they stopped what was happening. Bugged me too that Scott didn't really seem to care about how much they were suffering.

4. Finally I thought it was really dumb of Scott how often he did not have his suit with him. His powers rely solely on his suit, his family is in trouble, they establish in the first few minutes that he can wear the suit under his clothes, and yet he doesn't keep it handy ya know... in case he needs to be a superhero?

Overall I may be judging to harshly, but these factors really bothered me, and for an original production I had hoped for better, and I can say this is my least favorite GA production so far.
Ant-Man by Bill (Posted on 7/6/2015)
great book!

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