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Early use of unstable molecules in Ant-Man's costume
Unstable molecules are used in Ant-Man's costume in Tales to Astonish #35, published September 1962, at a period when Henry Pym had no prior contact with the Fantastic Four. The bit about Reed Richards making an unstable-molecules costume for Pym may be a retcon. I'm not sure what the first mention of unstable molecules in Fantastic Four was, whether it was before or after this; from the Tales to Astonish story it looks like Pym independently invented them (though maybe he later got an improved version from Richards). --Jim Henry (talk) 11:19, 29 January 2016 (UTC)