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Civil War: Avengers #2020

Civil War Avengers Marvel s Civil War splits Earth s Mightiest Heroes down the middle Which side will each of the New Avengers choose and what will that choice cost them Captain America goes underground and Iron Man go

  • Title: Civil War: Avengers
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Brian Reed Christos Gage Daniel Knauf Ed Brubaker Warren Ellis Howard Chaykin Mike Wieringo
  • ISBN: 9780785148807
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Civil War: Avengers By Brian Michael Bendis Brian Reed Christos Gage Daniel Knauf Ed Brubaker Warren Ellis Howard Chaykin Mike Wieringo, Marvel s Civil War splits Earth s Mightiest Heroes down the middle Which side will each of the New Avengers choose and what will that choice cost them Captain America goes underground, and Iron Man goes establishment and while the two meet for an uneasy detente, the ard Avenger s villains decide that the time is ripe to strike But even as Cap and the Winter SoldMarvel s Civil War splits Earth s Mightiest Heroes down the middle Which side will each of the New Avengers choose and what will that choice cost them Captain America goes underground, and Iron Man goes establishment and while the two meet for an uneasy detente, the ard Avenger s villains decide that the time is ripe to strike But even as Cap and the Winter Soldier fight for their rights from the shadows, a tragedy looms that will change the face of the Marvel Universe for years to come Plus Ms Marvel takes on the toughest government job of all training the young recruit Arana Collects New Avengers Illuminati, New Avengers 21 25, Ms Marvel 6 8, Iron Man Captain America Casualties of War, Iron Man 13 14, Winter Soldier Winter Kills, Captain America 22 25, Civil War Confession, Civil War The Initiative, and Civil War Fallen Son Daily Bugle Special.

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    1 thought on “Civil War: Avengers

    1. Captain America 5 Confession 10 if only i could give it Initiative 4.5 Daily Bugle 4 Iron Man 5 Iron Man Captain America 5 Ms Marvel 4.5 New Avengers 4.8 New Avengers Illuminati 4 Winter Soldier 5 What if 5Overall 4.7

    2. Zaplet je posedovao odli an potencijal supeheroji su me usobno zaratili ali su Marvelova ograni enja odnela svoj danak Kraj me nije kupio Ni najmanje.

    3. Mum and Dad get a divorce and everyone dies That was the summary a good friend gave me concerning Civil War and it was pretty accurate Don t mind me, I ll be over here weeping Damn it, Steve Part of me felt the out come would be this, but a larger part of me thought the others would back down first and it felt like the world was not ready for this conflict and this idea It couldn t cope yet, this was too soon and it does not feel like the end, it feels like the start of something horrible It was [...]

    4. The first comic book I ve read It was no doubt a harsh one to get into and I was confused for the majority of the time but it was reccommended to me by a friend who wanted to show me how different they were from the movies And he also wanted to sink my ship Steve Tony and I was pleasantly surprised Comics have never been my area but these have led me into a whole new world And unfortunately for my friend, My ship is as strong as ever.

    5. This omnibus collects a bunch of Civil War tie ins from the Avengers related titles Not everything included in this collection is reviewed below Among others, you will find in this hardcover New Avengers Illuminati by Bendis MaleevHere we learn how many years ago the secret society comprised of some of the biggest names in the Marvel U got its start Fast forward to taday and see how this unofficial group has splintered in light of the new Super Hero Registration Act.New Avengers Civil War by Ben [...]

    6. I thought Civil War was a superb story, so I eagerly began reading the event tie ins In the commentary at the end of Civil War , Millar mentioned that Stark wasn t written as evil but he was coming off that way for some readers, perhaps because of the event tie ins After finishing Civil War Avengers, I would tend to agree with that Tony may not be evil , but he is undoubtedly betraying his friends He knew this war was coming, and planned for it Even developing capekiller armor for the SHIELD age [...]

    7. If you think the movie will break your heart do NOT read the comic series, I kid you not you will cry hysterically in a corner The author does a fantastic job of setting up the scene, executing what is perhaps the most difficult break up in the history of any superhero fandom, and then taking a sledgehammer to your heart and crushing it into pieces smaller than dust Pym particles perhaps I had a really hard time seeing the two main men on the sides they were though, Tony Stark with the governmen [...]

    8. Some really nice pages of art done in the Marvel style, natch.But the entire time I was reading this, I was waiting for something to actually happen story Wise.Sure there are some great fight sc nes, and even a ferw monologues and dialogues that were close to being interesting.But the entire time, it was Tony Stark vs Steve Rogers but without them actually really getting into the thick of it.Baically, this book did manage to give me one hell of a headache, but failed to actually grip me in any w [...]

    9. This is the series that pulled into the comic world Up to that point I thought all comics were good guy in tights stops bad guy, period end Then along comes The Civil War series Captain America and cohorts as bad guys Because they refuse to work for the government, refuse to be controlled So it becomes superheroes versus superheroes Who s right, who s wrong, and is it really that black and white

    10. A nice collection of universe wide ripples caused by the main narrative of Civil War Since it covers so many titles the art and story dynamics very widely, which keeps the readers momentum through the large tome like binding Very enjoyable, even though the hero on hero beat down is not as prevalent in this collection as in the main story arc.

    11. Absolutely love it Not only does it tell the story of a intriguing conflict between two iconic characters Iron Man and Captain America , but it also shows the age old conflict between the maintenance of civil liberties and relinquishing those liberties for safety security Michael Bendis does a superb job using renown super heroes to tackle these basic yet complex issues.

    12. The art was good and the story had a lot of promise, but ultimately did not stand alone Seemed like there were a lot of holes in the plot probably filled in other series Did not like the end Captain America was in the right and had to surrender to overarching government control the Obamacare of super heroes.

    13. What a boring series Endured reading to book 80 of 106 and completely lost interest and stopped Way too many characters that made a simple plot overly complicated Recommend that you watch the movie instead.

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