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The Ant comic was published by a small independent company Arcana Studio in March 2004.[citation needed] The creator and artist Mario Gully has stated that the concept of Ant was created while he was incarcerated in 1996 for attempted armed robbery[citation needed]. Gully says that one day he was looking through a barred cell window and a tiny ant crawled in from the outside. He later vowed to change his life and make something out of himself[citation needed]. He then created "ANT".

Vol. 1 (Arcana Studios)
"Days like these" Published by Arcana Studios, sold out in 9 days.[citation needed]The book later was on eBay demanding as much as one-hundred dollars for a good condition issue#1.[citation needed] There are 4 issues to the first volume[1] and then Ant was moved to Image Comics.

Story
The original Arcana mini-series followed 8-year-old Hannah Washington, a lonely young girl continually tormented and bullied at school. Her father, apparently an accountant - and later on blue-collar employee - by profession, is made a suspect in an armed robbery and is taken into custody. To escape the harsh realities of her life, she writes in her diary stories of an alter-ego: an adult version of herself who is a superhero known as Ant.

Hannah appears to know more about the world than she ought to and often has the personality of an emotionally unstable young adult, and her new principal takes interest in her as a result.

She ends up unintentionally dropping her diary, and it is read and returned by her friend Stephen, who later on appears as "Gadget Man" in Ant's Cockroach battle, the events of which we are allowed to follow whenever Hannah's diary is read or written into.

Hannah's father was released from custody but eventually, his home gets raided as the authorities apparently have the evidence they need to put him away. Hannah is found foaming at the mouth, having a seizure on the floor.

The son of the man he allegedly killed pushes for the death penalty - which would normally be too severe a punishment, but due to his influence, his demands are met and Hannah's father is sentenced to death.

We then find Hannah's mother, Betty, working as a cabaret dancer of sorts, had left many years ago and she makes an unwelcome step back into Hannah's life, since Hannah's father requested her to. However, after reading her diary Betty comes to the conclusion that it was a mistake to leave.

Meanwhile, Ant is beaten by the cockroach and loses her exoskeleton. Stephen rescues her and gives her a can which recharges her blood-sugar and her exoskeleton grows back. She then defeats the Cockroach.

Hannah finally manages to obtain information using Ant to clear her father's name - it turns out that the murdered man's son, and Betty's rich lover, was the actual culprit; but he's shot dead by the police when he's about to kill Betty who's just discovered his guilt. Hannah's happiness at getting her parents together is short-lived though. When told by the policewoman Inez that it is impossible for Ant to have helped Hannah as she had said Ant was who she would be in the future, she blacks out, and eventually ends up awakening in a straitjacket confined possibly in a sanitarium somewhat into her middle teens. The news of her revival brings forth a visit from her mother, who is in bereavement when informing Hannah of her father's apparent demise. This piece of info shocks Hannah. She manages to escape, leaving behind one of the cans she used to regenerate her exoskeleton in her story, which leads on to the second volume.

[edit] Vol. 2 (Image Comics)
"Reality Bites" published by Image Comics, The new series featured some heavy hitters as Spawn and The Savage Dragon to appear as co-stars in Ant. The first 3 issues sold out[citation needed] and the momentum of the character and the popularity of the creator Mario Gully grew.[citation needed] Some pivotal moments happened in the book such as Ant losing her hand in a fight with the villain Coldburn. Vol. 2 has 11 issues.[2]

Issue 8 became infamous for a scene where a stripper removes her underwear, exposing her buttcheeks. The creator later apologized for the scene.[3]

Mario Gully later moved from the Independent pool of comics to go on and draw for Marvel Comics. He has drawn Marvel Illustrated: Treasure Island adapted by legendary writer Roy Thomas, Marvel Adventures Hulk, and Exiles to name a few.

[edit] Story
An adult Hannah Washington wakes up in a mental institution, where she's been told all her memories are the result of a coping mechanism described as a "juvenile power fantasy." But, little by little, her fantasies of her life as Ant become more and more real.

[edit] Vol. 3 (Big City Comics)
Ant: Unleashed is the third volume of the series, released in 2008 by Big City Comics.[5] This run focuses on a more mature version of Ant. Six issues were scheduled[6] but only the first three were published as of May 2008, later issues being cancelled without a resolution to the story.


 

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