Word is that Mr. Silver age will be hosting a Trivia panel at C2E2 this weekend and because of the movie this summer, some of the questions will feature my favorite Marvel super-hero, Ant-Man. By coincidence, I just finished reading DC's Atom archives. Here are some similar covers featuring the two characters.

Some of these are a stretch, but close enough. And good luck at the trivia panel, Craig!

--your pal, Hoy

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Ants are snitches.

-- MSA

Hank must have declared war on me. I've had to spray several times and they still keep coming.

The way ants get killed helping him, like when they break his fall? Either they're suicidal or this is where Roy and later writers got the idea Hank was delusional.

This panel reminds me of the first Garfield strip.

Jon: "Our only thought is to entertain you."

Garfield: "Feed me!"

Yeah, I'll just bet they do.

Hoy Murphy said:

I'll believe it the first time an ant goes flying through the air and lands on Ant-Man.

-- MSA

More Big Cheese action.

Now we know who Gouda and Edam can team up with in the next big Marvel/DC crossover.

Is there anyone who draws nostrils more than Gil Kane? That was a rhetorical question, of course.

-- MSA

Nobody draws philtrums more, that's for sure. What was it with Kane and noses?

You'd think, from all the nostrils, that Kane was a short man, used to looking up at people's faces. But no, he was quite tall. Maybe he was imagining everyone else looking up HIS nose. And it became an obsession. Perhaps he was a silent partner in the "Big" gang -- Big Nose! Like Big Wig and Big Cheese, he'd weaponize nose-related objects related to his nom du combat. Booby-trapped boogers! Flying phlegm! Sonic sneezes!

Mr. Silver Age said:

Is there anyone who draws nostrils more than Gil Kane? That was a rhetorical question, of course.

-- MSA

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