Ant-Man and The Wasp: MCU Artist Reveals The Film's Artbook Cover

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Avengers: Infinity War left fans with many questions and most of them won't be answered until Avengers 4 hits theaters next year. However, fans are hoping that Ant-Man and The Wasp will get to provide a few clues here and there, or at the least, be a hilariously good time that will help fans grieve.

Set to be one of the more visually interesting installments in the MCU, fans are hoping to see some trippy visuals that usually come with dimension hopping. They can get a headstart when the Art of Ant-Man and The Wasp comes out and MCU artist Andy Park has just unveiled the cover for this beautiful artbook.

Featuring Scott on top of not-Anthony and Hope flying alongside him, this cover could have been a poster for the film. We also see the villain Ghost in the background and she will be giving our tiny heroes hell. It will be a bit hard to take other MCU villains not named Thanos seriously, but she does have a neat visual design at least.


Keep in mind that this is an artbook, so while there might be a few clues here and there, don't expect any direct answers regarding Avengers 4. Maybe the post-credit sequence will give us answers but it's too soon to say.

Ant-Man and The Wasp will hit theaters on July 6.

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