After sweeping the Saturn Awards nominations earlier this year, Marvel ended up walking away with three wins last night as the 42nd annual awards ceremony were hosted by the always fantastic John Barrowman. For those unfamiliar with the Saturn Awards, the annual event is an award ceremony meant to honor the best works of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Over the years, Marvel has walked away with various wins at the Saturn Awards, including last year’s wins for for Guardians of the Galaxy (Best Comic-to-film adaptation and Best Make Up) ans well as a Best Director win for Guardians director James Gunn. For a film such as Guardians, which received plenty of praise from both critics and fans alike, seeing Gunn and company take home the win wasn’t entirely surprising, although there’s no denying it was also deserved.

But seeing a film like Ant-Man win Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture? That was a pleasant surprise. Unlike Guardians, Ant-Man was saddled with problems prior to the start of production, leading many to bash the film before they’d even had a chance to see it. Yet with all of the issues Ant-Man had going into production, the film proved to be another fantastic and joyous addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It wasn’t a big hit like Guardians at the box office – or among critics for that matter – but it was a pretty great comic book film and a great way to introduce another hero (or two) into this massive world has created and it rightfully deserved to win Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture this year.

Ant-Man director Peyton Reed took to Twitter to express his gratitude over winning for Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture earlier today, while also thanking Concept Artist Andy Park for his work on the production.

Along with a win for Ant-Man, Marvel Television also took home an award as Daredevil won for Best New Media Television Series. On hand to accept the award last night were Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb, Daredevil executive producer Drew Goddard, and Daredevil/The Defenders showrunner Marco Ramirez.

The first two seasons of Daredevil are currently available to stream on Netflix, while Ant-Man is out on DVD & Blu-Ray!

Sources: Marvel and Twitter.