"So, how do you want to start this?"
"Well, Doc, you know I’ve always been a fan of Atom Ant"
"Not a fan of the classics? Atom Ant? You know, the super strong, flying ant? I really looked up to that guy… not literally, obviously."
"Not anymore, anyway."
"So, do you think that Atom Ant has any relevance to your current… um…"
"My current what?"
"Your current, shall we say, identity crisis?"
"No, I don’t think so. I’m a super hero. Atom Ant was a cartoon."
"You know, there is a thin line between a superhero, and a loony, don’t you?"
"Absolutely! You should meet some of the wack jobs I’ve had to work with!? Poodle Girl. Papier Mache Lad. Black Hitler. Slightly Off Kilter Boy. I mean, can you imagine?"
"And what’s your super hero name again?"
"Ant Man. They call me Ant Man."
"And why do you call yourself that again?"
"Because that’s what I am! Do I really have to go through this again, Doc?"
"I think you’d better."
"Alright… so, I was originally an ant, right? Just one of a colony. Invisible. Indivisible. Anonymous. Happy, right? So one day I’m foraging for some food with my ant buddies out by the nuclear facility when suddenly, without warning… WHAM! I got stepped on by a radioactive human."
"And yet you survived?"
"Damned right I did! Not only did I survive though, but I gained the proportionate size, strength and speed of… A HUMAN! From that day on, I was destined to be known as… ANT MAN!"
"Not Man Ant?"
"Don’t be ridiculous."
"So how did your parents feel about this."
"Not sure. In my rush to run home and tell them, I… uh, forgot about my proportionate human size and all."
"So what happened?"
"I stepped on them. At least, I think it was them. It’s so hard to tell one ant from another all the way up here, you know?"
"How did you tell each other apart when you were an ant?"
"Right. So what happened then?"
"Well, I tried to make it as an ant for a couple of weeks, but it’s really hard to steal food from peoples picnics when you’re a six foot ant man with no discernible clothing."
"I can imagine."
"So I decided to pack up my things and say goodbye to the colony. That was when I became a superhero."
"And how did that work out for you?"
"Not too bad. I was in the Avengers for a while."
"No, not really. But I looked through their toilet window once. They’re not kidding when they say that Thor is the God of thunder, I can tell you."
"That’s a cheap joke."
"Hey, it’s a cheap life."
"Anything you want to add before the session ends."
"Just that I fight for truth, justice and anything sticky that falls on the floor."
"Thanks Ant Man."