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it was amazing
I think Millar did an excellent job of showing both sides of this ‘Civil War’. At first, I was sure I would hate Tony, but when I looked at things from his point of view, it was almost impossible not to understand why he thought he was right. That’s not to say that I wasn’t rooting for Cap the rebels the entire time. I can’t imagine a comic book fan being for Registration Act! After all, at the heart of all of us, is a geek who is paranoid of anything Big Brother-like.
It starts with public outc
really liked it
Interesting. A reality type show with super heroes puts the real super heroes in a bad place in the public eye.
Leading to politics getting involved.
Boo hiss! I’m tired of political shit right now.
You have one side led by Tony Stark and Reid Richards wanting to support the public’s opinion that superheroes should go on the payroll, with no secret identities. Then Captain America steps up for the other side. Hmm.. I kinda always thought he was kinda bland until now.
Not a bad read at all. I’m #
it was amazing
This TPB edition collects “Civil War” #1-7.
Writer: Mark Millar
Illustrator: Steven McNiven
THE RIGHT STUFF
When I found out (back then, in 2006) the chosen creative team for Civil War I wasn’t surprised. Then, I already knew Mark Millar’s writing through his time on The Ultimates, so I knew that he was the right man to write it, and I knew Steven McNiven’s artwork through his tenure in Marvel Knights: 4 (the Fantastic Four title published under the label of Ma