Civil War: Marvel Universe by Ed BrubakerSC, TPB, in cello, New, Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, WARREN ELLIS, PAUL JENKINS, DAN SLOTT, MICHAEL AVON OEMING, MATT FRACTION, ROBERT KIRKMAN, TY TEMPLETON, and MARC GUGGENHEIM. Art by MARC SILVESTRI, TOM RANEY, PAUL SMITH, LEINIL FRANCIS YU, DAVID AJA, PHIL HESTER, SCOTT KOLLINS, and TY TEMPLETON. Cover by MARC SILVESTRI. Published in June of 2007, Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $11.99.
Avengers Civil War
Given the sheer volume of positive reviews , it's time to concede that Captain America: Civil War might just be the best Marvel Cinematic Universe motion picture yet. But after all the smoke clears, what conclusions can we take from the film's final moments? And if the title of this article weren't hint enough, massive spoilers ahead! Sure, you can argue that there were some winners within the heroes' ranks. Most notably, Captain America stood by Bucky 'til the bitter end, defending his onetime partner's actions as the Winter Soldier on the grounds he'd been brainwashed—and proving his innocence in the death of the Black Panther's father, King T'Chaka of Wakanda.
Sign in. With many people fearing the actions of super heroes, the government decides to push for the Hero Registration Act, a law that limits a hero's actions. This results in a division in The Avengers. Iron Man stands with this Act, claiming that their actions must be kept in check otherwise cities will continue to be destroyed, but Captain America feels that saving the world is daring enough and that they cannot rely on the government to protect the world. Tony Stark, Iron Man thinks it's necessary. While Steve Rogers, Captain America doesn't think so. That eventually splits their team, The Avengers.
After a horrific tragedy raises questions on whether or not super heroes should register with the government, longtime Avengers teammates Captain America and Iron Man end up on opposite sides of the argument! Writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven split the Marvel Universe in two as friend fights friend in one of the most celebrated and successful events of all-time! Millar , Mcniven. Straczynski , Garney. Lee , Garney. Ghost Rider Johnny Blaze.
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The days of silently snacking on shawarma together are long gone. But why? At the beginning of the film, one of the heroes tries to save another but accidentally kills a bunch of innocent bystanders. Though collateral damage has long been a major part of superhero films and all action films , the world is finally taking notice. The Secretary of State approaches the Avengers team about signing an agreement that would make them beholden to the United Nations.
The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly " Avengers Disassembled ", " House of M ", and "Decimation". The plot of the series follows a framework story line in which the U. However, superheroes opposed to the act, led by Captain America , find themselves in conflict with those supporting the act, led by Iron Man , with Spider-Man caught in the middle; the X-Men take a neutral stance. Marvel, become increasingly authoritarian. The conflict between freedom and security is an underlying theme in the story line, with real-life events and discussions, such as the U.