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* HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.

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The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm ''ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm'' (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.''ComicBook/CivilWar''.


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%% * HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.ComicBook/CivilWar.
**There was a throwaway line after Tony Stark "fires' Iron Man that "maybe we should get somebody more friendly for our company spokesperson. Maybe Bill Cosby." This becomes a lot less funny now that Cosby's sexual assault cases have landed him in prison.


* HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.

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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: Tony Stark taking on Firepower. He doesn't just beat him, he ''[[CurbStompBattle annihilates]]'' him.


* IAmNotShazam: This story is actually called "Stark Wars" inside the comics. (It was intended as a ''Franchise/StarWars'' pun.) However, Marvel promoted it as the "Armor War" (singular) in their splash ad for the first issue of the arc, and the trade paperback was released as "Armor Wars", even though the individual chapters retained the original "Stark Wars" name in their titles. In any case, by the time "Armor Wars II" appeared in the comic, the "Armor Wars" name had stuck.

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* IAmNotShazam: This story is actually called "Stark Wars" inside the comics. (It was intended as a ''Franchise/StarWars'' pun.) However, Marvel promoted it as the "Armor War" (singular) in their splash ad for the first issue of the arc, and the trade paperback was released as "Armor Wars", even though the individual chapters retained the original "Stark Wars" name in their titles. In any case, by the time "Armor Wars II" appeared in the comic, the "Armor Wars" name had stuck.-----


* HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.ComicBook/CivilWar.
*IAmNotShazam: This story is actually called "Stark Wars" inside the comics. (It was intended as a ''Franchise/StarWars'' pun.) However, Marvel promoted it as the "Armor War" (singular) in their splash ad for the first issue of the arc, and the trade paperback was released as "Armor Wars", even though the individual chapters retained the original "Stark Wars" name in their titles. In any case, by the time "Armor Wars II" appeared in the comic, the "Armor Wars" name had stuck.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The conflict between ComicBook/IronMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica turns out like this, considering their conflict between their ideals in ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm (it actually comes up in the epilogue for that event), and for modern readers, it is very hard to see their interactions without thinking about ComicBook/CivilWar.

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