History ComicBook / CivilWar

14th Jan '18 12:17:58 PM SilverSupernova
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** The third story is based on the premise that in Civil War's sister event Comicbook/{{Annihilation}} Drax fails to free Galactus, leading to the deaths of himself, Galactus, and the Silver Surfer therefore preventing the pivotal turn in the Annihilation War which gave Nova the opening to kill Annihilus. Civil War's climax battle is interrupted by Nova and other cosmic heroes, who come to Earth to warn about the Annihilation Wave. The Civil War is halted immediately, as well as the Inhumans's ComicBook/SilentWar, and the heroes organize the defenses against Annihilus. The Watcher aids the heroes, who win, but with a huge cost: the moon was destroyed. Captain America, Iron Man and Nova died together, in the final resistance against the horde.

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** The third story is based on the premise that in Civil War's sister event Comicbook/{{Annihilation}} Drax fails to free Galactus, leading to the deaths of himself, Galactus, and the Silver Surfer therefore preventing the pivotal turn in the Annihilation War which gave Nova the opening to kill Annihilus. Civil War's climax battle is interrupted by Nova and other cosmic heroes, fending off several of Annihilus' scouts who come to Earth to warn about landed in New York right in the Annihilation Wave.middle of the big battle. The Civil War is halted immediately, as well as the Inhumans's ComicBook/SilentWar, and the heroes organize the defenses against Annihilus. The Watcher aids the heroes, who win, but with a huge cost: the moon was destroyed. Captain America, Iron Man and Nova died together, in the final resistance against the horde.
4th Jan '18 10:33:23 PM SilverSupernova
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* PutOnABus: The New Warriors mentioned that Nova had left the planet, and so was not present in the Stamford incident.

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* PutOnABus: The New Warriors mentioned that Nova had left the planet, to leave Earth to report to Xandar, and so was not present in the Stamford incident.
4th Jan '18 10:09:35 PM SilverSupernova
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** The third story is based on the premise that the climax battle is interrupted by Nova and other cosmic heroes, who come to Earth to warn about the Comicbook/{{Annihilation}} wave. The Civil War is halted immediately, as well as the Inhumans's ComicBook/SilentWar, and the heroes organize the defenses against Annihilus. The Watcher aids the heroes, who win, but with a huge cost: the moon was destroyed. Captain America, Iron Man and Nova died toguether, in the final resistance against the horde.

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** The third story is based on the premise that in Civil War's sister event Comicbook/{{Annihilation}} Drax fails to free Galactus, leading to the deaths of himself, Galactus, and the Silver Surfer therefore preventing the pivotal turn in the Annihilation War which gave Nova the opening to kill Annihilus. Civil War's climax battle is interrupted by Nova and other cosmic heroes, who come to Earth to warn about the Comicbook/{{Annihilation}} wave.Annihilation Wave. The Civil War is halted immediately, as well as the Inhumans's ComicBook/SilentWar, and the heroes organize the defenses against Annihilus. The Watcher aids the heroes, who win, but with a huge cost: the moon was destroyed. Captain America, Iron Man and Nova died toguether, together, in the final resistance against the horde.
27th Nov '17 10:14:33 PM Eagal
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* CoversAlwaysLie: [[http://www.opcinhumor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Fantastic_Four_537-01.jpg Fantastic Four 537]]: Dr. Doom lifting [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'s hammer, over the defeated bodies of the Fantastic Four. Only a tiny and limited number of "worthy" heroes have been capable to lift it. Nobody should be surprised to find out that Dr. Doom is not among them.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: [[http://www.opcinhumor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Fantastic_Four_537-01.jpg Fantastic Four 537]]: 537: Dr. Doom lifting [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'s hammer, over the defeated bodies of the Fantastic Four. Only a tiny and limited number of "worthy" heroes have been capable to lift it. Nobody should be surprised to find out that Dr. Doom is not among them.
21st Nov '17 4:01:04 AM ashlay
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The event's plot is used as the story in the video game ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance 2''. The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse had a PragmaticAdaptation of the event in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', downplaying the CrisisCrossover aspect of the story to focus on the conflict between Iron Man and Captain America (although other superheroes will be present). Additionally, elements of the crossover were very loosely adapted for the "Avengers Disassemble" storyline in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', while a more faithful adaptation will appear as the main crux of Season 3.

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The event's plot is used as the story in the video game ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance 2''. The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse had a PragmaticAdaptation of the event in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', downplaying the CrisisCrossover aspect of the story to focus on the conflict between Iron Man and Captain America (although other superheroes will be are present). Additionally, elements of the crossover were very loosely adapted for the "Avengers Disassemble" storyline in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', while a more faithful adaptation will appear as the main crux of Season 3.
14th Nov '17 4:28:51 AM Dingbot
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* {{Plothole}}: Norman Osborn is held prisoner, and for the Thunderbolts program he has nanobots in his blood that allow SHIELD to control him and track his activities. But someone messed with the nanobots, and he sneaked into a diplomatic conference with an Atlantean ambassador and fired him. But the police interrogating him want to know: nanobots or not, how did he got into a diplomatic conference with a phony ID card? How is it that the security cameras did not notice him before? And how did he got inside with a gun? All that he replied was "I can not reply" (clearly having been brainwashed into not exposing his controller), and then S.H.I.E.L.D. came to take him, leaving the questions completely unanswered. The mastermind behind him[[spoiler:, Tony Stark,]] would have been able to hack the cameras, but the rest is still odd.

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* {{Plothole}}: Norman Osborn is held prisoner, and for the Thunderbolts program he has nanobots in his blood that allow SHIELD to control him and track his activities. But someone messed with the nanobots, and he sneaked into a diplomatic conference with an Atlantean ambassador and fired shot him. But the police interrogating him want to know: nanobots or not, how did he got into a diplomatic conference with a phony ID card? How is it that the security cameras did not notice him before? And how did he got inside with a gun? All that he replied was "I can not reply" (clearly having been brainwashed into not exposing his controller), and then S.H.I.E.L.D. came to take him, leaving the questions completely unanswered. The mastermind behind him[[spoiler:, Tony Stark,]] would have been able to hack the cameras, but the rest is still odd.
8th Oct '17 9:46:12 AM GrigorII
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Also, Captain America got brought back to life not long after he died and the registration act was revoked a few years later and nowadays and [[AngstWhatAngst the heroes that were involved act mostly like it never happened]], wich makes the entire Civil War event PRACTICALLY POINTLESS. BOTH FIGURATIVELY AND LITERALLY.

Most of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse was involved in this, including ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', and many other heroes. The ''Comicbook/XMen'' were, by and large, uninvolved in the crossover; this is because of the decimation of the mutant population that happened at the end of ''ComicBook/HouseOfM''. However, two of them did join, both of them time travelers - Cable sided with Captain America, and Bishop joined forces with Iron Man. Marvel's cosmic heroes also stayed out of the event as most of them were dealing with the ''Comicbook/{{Annihilation}}'' event, though ComicBook/{{Nova}} was briefly involved afterwards. Another hero notably left out was [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], who was deliberately PutOnABus in-universe to prevent him from ending the conflict too quickly and got caught up in his own ''ComicBook/PlanetHulk'' storyline as a result. Dr Strange and Thor were also left out of the event for the same reasons as Hulk.

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Also, Captain America got brought back to life not long after he died and the registration act was revoked a few years later and nowadays and [[AngstWhatAngst the heroes that were involved act mostly like it never happened]], wich makes the entire Civil War event PRACTICALLY POINTLESS. BOTH FIGURATIVELY AND LITERALLY.\n\n
Most of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse was involved in this, including ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', and many other heroes. The ''Comicbook/XMen'' were, by and large, uninvolved in the crossover; this is because of the decimation of the mutant population that happened at the end of ''ComicBook/HouseOfM''. However, two of them did join, both of them time travelers - Cable sided with Captain America, and Bishop joined forces with Iron Man. Marvel's cosmic heroes also stayed out of the event as most of them were dealing with the ''Comicbook/{{Annihilation}}'' event, though ComicBook/{{Nova}} was briefly involved afterwards. Another hero notably left out was [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], who was deliberately PutOnABus in-universe to prevent him from ending the conflict too quickly and got caught up in his own ''ComicBook/PlanetHulk'' storyline as a result. Dr Strange and Thor were also left out of the event for the same reasons as Hulk.
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In December 2015, it was announced that ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' will take place in Spring 2016, featuring a cosmic focus on the story as opposed to a political one. [[DarknessInducedAudienceApathy It wasn't well received. At all.]]

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In December 2015, it was announced that ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' will take place in Spring 2016, featuring a cosmic focus on the story as opposed to a political one. [[DarknessInducedAudienceApathy It wasn't well received. At all.]]\n



The storyline was going to be going to be adapted in the third season of ''EMH''. But unfortunately, the series was cancelled before it could receive an episode that is an adaptation of the storyline and it became an AbortedArc. [[HateDom Wich is probably for the best,]] [[BrokenBase considering how people reacted to Civil War when it first came out.]]

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The storyline was going to be going to be adapted in the third season of ''EMH''. But unfortunately, the series was cancelled before it could receive an episode that is an adaptation of the storyline and it became an AbortedArc. [[HateDom Wich is probably for the best,]] [[BrokenBase considering how people reacted to Civil War when it first came out.]]\n
8th Oct '17 9:38:40 AM NVPOWER
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Also, Captain America got brought back to life not long after he died and the registration act was revoked a few years later, wich makes the entire Civil War event PRACTICALLY POINTLESS. BOTH FIGURATIVELY AND LITERALLY.

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Also, Captain America got brought back to life not long after he died and the registration act was revoked a few years later, later and nowadays and [[AngstWhatAngst the heroes that were involved act mostly like it never happened]], wich makes the entire Civil War event PRACTICALLY POINTLESS. BOTH FIGURATIVELY AND LITERALLY.
8th Oct '17 9:35:28 AM NVPOWER
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Most of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse was involved in this, including ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', and many other heroes. The ''Comicbook/XMen'' were, by and large, uninvolved in the crossover; this is because of the decimation of the mutant population that happened at the end of ''ComicBook/HouseOfM''. However, two of them did join, both of them time travelers - Cable sided with Captain America, and Bishop joined forces with Iron Man. Marvel's cosmic heroes also stayed out of the event as most of them were dealing with the ''Comicbook/{{Annihilation}}'' event, though ComicBook/{{Nova}} was briefly involved afterwards. Another hero notably left out was [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], who was deliberately PutOnABus in-universe and got caught up in his own ''ComicBook/PlanetHulk'' storyline as a result.

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\nAlso, Captain America got brought back to life not long after he died and the registration act was revoked a few years later, wich makes the entire Civil War event PRACTICALLY POINTLESS. BOTH FIGURATIVELY AND LITERALLY.

Most of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse was involved in this, including ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', and many other heroes. The ''Comicbook/XMen'' were, by and large, uninvolved in the crossover; this is because of the decimation of the mutant population that happened at the end of ''ComicBook/HouseOfM''. However, two of them did join, both of them time travelers - Cable sided with Captain America, and Bishop joined forces with Iron Man. Marvel's cosmic heroes also stayed out of the event as most of them were dealing with the ''Comicbook/{{Annihilation}}'' event, though ComicBook/{{Nova}} was briefly involved afterwards. Another hero notably left out was [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], who was deliberately PutOnABus in-universe to prevent him from ending the conflict too quickly and got caught up in his own ''ComicBook/PlanetHulk'' storyline as a result.
result. Dr Strange and Thor were also left out of the event for the same reasons as Hulk.



In December 2015, it was announced that ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' will take place in Spring 2016, featuring a cosmic focus on the story as opposed to a political one.

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In December 2015, it was announced that ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' will take place in Spring 2016, featuring a cosmic focus on the story as opposed to a political one.
one. [[DarknessInducedAudienceApathy It wasn't well received. At all.]]



The storyline was going to be going to be adapted in the third season of ''EMH''. But unfortunately, the series was cancelled before it could receive an episode that is an adaptation of the storyline and it became an AbortedArc.

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The storyline was going to be going to be adapted in the third season of ''EMH''. But unfortunately, the series was cancelled before it could receive an episode that is an adaptation of the storyline and it became an AbortedArc.
AbortedArc. [[HateDom Wich is probably for the best,]] [[BrokenBase considering how people reacted to Civil War when it first came out.]]
30th Sep '17 11:08:38 AM nighttrainfm
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* FrenchJerk: Inverted. Ben spends most of the event in Paris, where he meets a team of eccentric Justice League pastiches.



* IdiotBall: Iron Man and Captain America first and worst, but they were ''far'' from the only ones.

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* IdiotBall: IdiotBall:
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Iron Man and Captain America first and worst, but they were ''far'' from the only ones.



* JustFollowingOrders: Reed Richards says that the Act is the law, and it must be obeyed simply because of that, end of discussion. The Invisible Woman pointed him that he's now JustFollowingOrders.

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* JustFollowingOrders: JustFollowingOrders:
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Reed Richards says that the Act is the law, and it must be obeyed simply because of that, end of discussion. The Invisible Woman pointed him that he's now JustFollowingOrders.
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