Stinger

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Real Name
Cassandra Eleanor "Cassie" Lang
First Appearance
(as Cassie Lang) Marvel Premiere #47 (April, 1979)[as Cassie Lang], Young Avengers (Vol. 1) #6 (September, 2005) [as Stature], Astonishing Ant-Man #6 (May, 2016) [as Stinger]
Creators
David Michelinie, John Byrne
Team Affiliations
The Initiative, Mighty Avengers, Young Avengers
Alias
Giant-Girl [in Marvel Super-Heroes comic series]
Base of Operations
New York City
Powers
Ability to shrink and grow in size
Skills and Abilities
Fighting Experience
Tools and Weapons
None

Stinger (previously Stature) is a superhero in the Marvel Universe and a member of the Young Avengers.

Origin[edit | edit source]

After her father, the superhero Ant-Man died, Cassie decided to become a hero by joining the Young Avengers, discovering her own size changing powers in the process.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Childhood[edit | edit source]

Cassie Lang was born the daughter of Scott Lang and Peggy Rae.  When Cassie was just a young child, she was the victim of a congenital heart defect, which resulted in her father, who was a former thief and an electronics expert, needing the help of Doctor Erica Sondhiem.  At the time, Dr. Sondhiem, a medical genius, was kidnapped by Darren Cross, the owner of Cross Technological Enterprises.  Scott Lang ended up becoming the new Ant-Man and after defeating Cross, brought Dr. Sondhiem to save his daughter.

When her father became the new Ant-Man, it brought Cassie into contact with the superhero community, such as the Fantastic Four and inspired a desire to become a superhero herself.  When her father became an engineer for the Fantastic Four, Cassie lived in the Four Freedom's Plaza and eventually became friends with Kristoff Vernard, a boy who was once the ward of Doctor Doom.

After the Fantastic Four went missing, Scott found himself taking a new job with the Heroes for Hire.

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