Thursday, March 3, 2016

Ant-Man (2015) creator credits

Look at what turned up on Netflix!

Stan Lee: creator of the Tales to Astonish title (Tales to Astonish #1, 1959); co-creator of Henry Pym, a scientist who develops a chemical formula which can shrink people in size and uses this ability to interact with ants (Tales to Astonish #27, 1962); Peggy Carter, an intelligence operative (Tales of Suspense #75, 1966); S.H.I.E.L.D., an international espionage organization; Hydra, a terrorist organization opposed to S.H.I.E.L.D.; Stark involved with S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strange Tales #135, 1965); Ant-Man, the costumed identity of Henry Pym wherein he wears a protective red and black costume with size-changing capsules on his belt and wears a helmet which helps him communicate with ants; Pym receiving heightened strength by shrinking in size; Pym keeping an anthill in his laboratory in order to study the insects (Tales to Astonish #35, 1962); the Falcon, a costumed hero trained by Captain America (Captain America #117, 1969); the Wasp, Ant-Man's female sidekick and love interest adorned in a red and black costume with insect-like wings permitting flight (Tales to Astonish #44, 1963); Pym's nickname "Hank"; Ant-Man riding flying ants into battle; Ant-Man distraught when one of his flying ants dies while helping him (Tales to Astonish #47, 1963); the Avengers, a team of super heroes who include Iron Man (Avengers #1, 1963); Tony Stark, alias Iron Man, an industrialist who wears a powerful suit of armor (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); a sub-atomic universe which Ant-Man's shrinking power can access (Fantastic Four #16, 1963); Tony Stark providing the Avengers with their headquarters (Avengers #2, 1963); Stark Industries, Tony Stark's company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963); Eternity, the embodiment of the universe itself (Strange Tales #138, 1965); Spider-Man, a hero who swings around and climbs up walls (Amazing Fantasy #15, 1962); Captain America as an Avenger (Avengers #4, 1964); Ant-Man punching out of a vacuum cleaner (Tales to Astonish #37, 1962)

Jack Kirby: co-creator of Henry Pym, a scientist who develops a chemical formula which can shrink people in size and uses this ability to interact with ants (Tales to Astonish #27, 1962); Peggy Carter, an intelligence operative (Tales of Suspense #75, 1966); S.H.I.E.L.D., an international espionage organization; Hydra, a terrorist organization opposed to S.H.I.E.L.D.; Stark involved with S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strange Tales #135, 1965); Ant-Man, the costumed identity of Henry Pym wherein he wears a protective red and black costume with size-changing capsules on his belt and wears a helmet which helps him communicate with ants; Pym receiving heightened strength by shrinking in size; Pym keeping an anthill in his laboratory in order to study the insects (Tales to Astonish #35, 1962); the Wasp, Ant-Man's female sidekick and love interest adorned in a red and black costume with insect-like wings permitting flight (Tales to Astonish #44, 1963); the Avengers, a team of super heroes who include Iron Man (Avengers #1, 1963); Tony Stark, alias Iron Man, an industrialist who wears a powerful suit of armor (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); a sub-atomic universe which Ant-Man's shrinking power can access (Fantastic Four #16, 1963); Tony Stark providing the Avengers with their headquarters (Avengers #2, 1963); Stark Industries, Tony Stark's company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963); Captain America, a patriotic super hero; Bucky Barnes, Captain America's ally and best friend (Captain America Comics #1, 1941); Captain America as an Avenger (Avengers #4, 1964); Ant-Man punching out of a vacuum cleaner (Tales to Astonish #37, 1962)

Larry Lieber: co-creator of Henry Pym, a scientist who develops a chemical formula which can shrink people in size and uses this ability to interact with ants (Tales to Astonish #27, 1962); Ant-Man, the costumed identity of Henry Pym wherein he wears a protective red and black costume with size-changing capsules on his belt and wears a helmet which helps him communicate with ants; Pym receiving heightened strength by shrinking in size; Pym keeping an anthill in his laboratory in order to study the insects (Tales to Astonish #35, 1962); Tony Stark, alias Iron Man, an industrialist who wears a powerful suit of armor (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); Ant-Man punching out of a vacuum cleaner (Tales to Astonish #37, 1962)

David Michelinie: co-creator of Scott Lang, a divorced ex-convict trying to support his lovable daughter Cassie Lang; Scott stealing the Ant-Man costume and equipment from Henry Pym; Darren Cross, the criminal head of Cross Technologies; Scott Lang using the Ant-Man powers to break into Cross Technologies so he can help Cassie (Marvel Premiere #47, 1979); Pym helping to mentor Scott Lang as Ant-Man, permitting him to keep the costume (Marvel Premiere #48, 1979); the Falcon as an Avenger (Avengers #183, 1979)

John Byrne: co-creator of Scott Lang, a divorced ex-convict trying to support his lovable daughter Cassie Lang; Scott stealing the Ant-Man costume and equipment from Henry Pym; Darren Cross, the criminal head of Cross Technologies; Scott Lang using the Ant-Man powers to break into Cross Technologies so he can help Cassie (Marvel Premiere #47, 1979); Pym helping to mentor Scott Lang as Ant-Man, permitting him to keep the costume (Marvel Premiere #48, 1979); the Falcon as an Avenger (Avengers #183, 1979)

Don Heck: co-creator of Howard Stark, deceased father of Tony Stark and previous owner of Stark Industries (Iron Man #28, 1970); Pym's nickname "Hank"; Ant-Man riding flying ants into battle; Ant-Man distraught when one of his flying ants dies while helping him (Tales to Astonish #47, 1963); Tony Stark, alias Iron Man, an industrialist who wears a powerful suit of armor (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); Stark Industries, Tony Stark's company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963)

Roy Thomas: co-creator of Yellowjacket, a black and yellow costume based on Henry Pym's technology which allows the wearer to shrink in size (Avengers #59, 1968); Henry Pym marrying the Wasp (Avengers #60, 1968); Ant-Man's helmet providing environmental seals (Avengers #93, 1971); the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo, an eagle within a circle (Strange Tales #154, 1967)

H.E. Huntley: co-creator of the Wasp, Ant-Man's female sidekick and love interest adorned in a red and black costume with insect-like wings permitting flight (Tales to Astonish #44, 1963); Pym's nickname "Hank"; Ant-Man riding flying ants into battle; Ant-Man distraught when one of his flying ants dies while helping him (Tales to Astonish #47, 1963)

Archie Goodwin: co-creator of Howard Stark, deceased father of Tony Stark and previous owner of Stark Industries (Iron Man #28, 1970)

Steve Englehart: co-creator of Peggy Carter as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Captain America #169, 1974); the Falcon's mechanical wings (Captain America #170, 1974); Pym shrinking and enlarging objects, carrying some inside his pockets (West Coast Avengers #21, 1987)

Sal Buscema: co-creator of Peggy Carter as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Captain America #169, 1974); Henry Pym developing health issues from repeatedly changing size (Avengers #227, 1983); the Falcon's mechanical wings (Captain America #170, 1974)

Tom DeFalco: co-creator of Hope Pym, the embittered daughter of Henry Pym and the Wasp (A-Next #10, 1998); Ant-Man helmet with red lenses (Fantastic Four #405, 1995); Hope Pym's name; Hope using the Wasp's equipment (A-Next #12, 1998)

John Buscema: co-creator of Yellowjacket, a black and yellow costume based on Henry Pym's technology which allows the wearer to shrink in size (Avengers #59, 1968); Henry Pym marrying the Wasp (Avengers #60, 1968)

Robert Kirkman: co-creator of a militarized version of the Ant-Man technology which includes mechanical arms attached to the suit; Mitchell Carson, a thuggish S.H.I.E.L.D. agent (Irredeemable Ant-Man #1, 2006)

Phil Hester: co-creator of a militarized version of the Ant-Man technology which includes mechanical arms attached to the suit; Mitchell Carson, a thuggish S.H.I.E.L.D. agent (Irredeemable Ant-Man #1, 2006)

Steve Ditko: co-creator of Eternity, the embodiment of the universe itself (Strange Tales #138, 1965); Spider-Man, a hero who swings around and climbs up walls (Amazing Fantasy #15, 1962)

Geoff Johns: co-creator of Scott Lang's wife becoming involved with a police officer (Avengers #62, 2003); Ant-Man wearing a costume with increased black tones (Avengers #57, 2002)

Ron Frenz: co-creator of Hope Pym, the embittered daughter of Henry Pym and the Wasp (A-Next #10, 1998); Hope Pym's name; Hope using the Wasp's equipment (A-Next #12, 1998)

Steve Epting: co-creator of the Winter Soldier, a figure with a cybernetic arm (Captain America #1, 2005); the Winter Soldier as Bucky Barnes (Captain America #8, 2005)

Ed Brubaker: co-creator of the Winter Soldier, a figure with a cybernetic arm (Captain America #1, 2005); the Winter Soldier as Bucky Barnes (Captain America #8, 2005)

Mike Friedrich: co-creator of Peggy Carter as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Captain America #169, 1974); the Falcon's mechanical wings (Captain America #170, 1974)

Trevor Hairsine: co-creator of the Falcon wearing a military-style costume with large amounts of black; the Falcon wielding guns (Ultimate Nightmare #1, 2004)

Warren Ellis: co-creator of the Falcon wearing a military-style costume with large amounts of black; the Falcon wielding guns (Ultimate Nightmare #1, 2004)

Joe Simon: co-creator of Captain America, a patriotic super hero; Bucky Barnes, Captain America's ally and best friend (Captain America Comics #1, 1941)

Al Milgrom: co-creator of Pym shrinking and enlarging objects, carrying some inside his pockets (West Coast Avengers #21, 1987)

Roger Stern: co-creator of Henry Pym developing health issues from repeatedly changing size (Avengers #227, 1983)

Bob Harras: co-creator of Hydra being connected to S.H.I.E.L.D.'s own ranks (Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, 1988)

Paul Neary: co-creator of Hydra being connected to S.H.I.E.L.D.'s own ranks (Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, 1988)

Carlos Pacheco: co-creator of the Wasp wearing a black costume with a yellow chest (Avengers Forever #1, 1998)

Gene Colan: co-creator of the Falcon, a costumed hero trained by Captain America (Captain America #117, 1969)

Kurt Busiek: co-creator of the Wasp wearing a black costume with a yellow chest (Avengers Forever #1, 1998)

Gary Frank: co-creator of Scott Lang's wife becoming involved with a police officer (Avengers #62, 2003)

Jim Steranko: co-creator of the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo, an eagle within a circle (Strange Tales #154, 1967)

Kieron Dwyer: co-creator of Ant-Man wearing a costume with increased black tones (Avengers #57, 2002)

John Ostrander: co-creator of Ant-Man wearing a helmet with full face mask (Heroes for Hire #6, 1997)

Pasqual Ferry: co-creator of Ant-Man wearing a helmet with full face mask (Heroes for Hire #6, 1997)

Robert Bernstein: co-creator of Stark Industries, Tony Stark's company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963)

Neal Adams: co-creator of Ant-Man's helmet providing environmental seals (Avengers #93, 1971)

Mark Millar: co-creator of the Triskelion, a S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters (Ultimates #1, 2002)

Bryan Hitch: co-creator of the Triskelion, a S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters (Ultimates #1, 2002)

Gaspar Saladino: creator of the Avengers logo with enlarged letter "A" (Avengers #96, 1972)

Brian Michael Bendis: co-creator of the Wasp dying in battle (Secret Invasion #8, 2008)

Leinil Francis Yu: co-creator of the Wasp dying in battle (Secret Invasion #8, 2008)

Paul Ryan: co-creator of Ant-Man helmet with red lenses (Fantastic Four #405, 1995)

Gary Friedrich: co-creator of the Falcon's red costume (Captain America #144, 1971)

John Romita: co-creator of the Falcon's red costume (Captain America #144, 1971)

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