Civil War

Civil War Universul Marvel se schimba si este vremea sa alegi de partea cui vei fi Un conflict se naste si ameninta ca pune prietenii in razboi In timp ce razboiul face prima victima echipele nu mai sunt in sig

  • Title: Civil War
  • Author: Mark Millar
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • Universul Marvel se schimba si este vremea sa alegi de partea cui vei fi Un conflict se naste si ameninta ca pune prietenii in razboi In timp ce razboiul face prima victima echipele nu mai sunt in siguranta iar prieteniile si familiile incep sa se destrame.Un crossover care rescrie regulile jocului In Civil War ii vei regasi pe Spider Man, pe Noii Razbunatori, Cei patrUniversul Marvel se schimba si este vremea sa alegi de partea cui vei fi Un conflict se naste si ameninta ca pune prietenii in razboi In timp ce razboiul face prima victima echipele nu mai sunt in siguranta iar prieteniile si familiile incep sa se destrame.Un crossover care rescrie regulile jocului In Civil War ii vei regasi pe Spider Man, pe Noii Razbunatori, Cei patru Fantastici, X Men i al ii.

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    About “Mark Millar”

    1. Mark Millar

      Mark Millar is the New York Times best selling writer of Wanted, the Kick Ass series, The Secret Service, Jupiter s Legacy, Jupiter s Circle, Nemesis, Superior, Super Crooks, American Jesus, MPH, Starlight, and Chrononauts Wanted, Kick Ass, Kick Ass 2, and The Secret Service as Kingsman The Secret Service have been adapted into feature films, and Nemesis, Superior, Starlight, War Heroes, Jupiter s Legacy and Chrononauts are in development at major studios His DC Comics work includes the seminal Superman Red Son, and at Marvel Comics he created The Ultimates selected by Time magazine as the comic book of the decade, Wolverine Old Man Logan, and Civil War the industry s biggest selling superhero series in almost two decades Mark has been an Executive Producer on all his movie adaptations and is currently creative consultant to Fox Studios on their Marvel slate of movies.

    630 thoughts on “Civil War”

    1. 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 outcr [...]

    2. 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 #Tea [...]

    3. Marvel’s Masterpiece!This TPB edition collects “Civil War” #1-7.Creative Team:Writer: Mark MillarIllustrator: Steven McNivenTHE RIGHT STUFFWhen 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 lab [...]

    4. If you subscribe to Marvel Unlimited and look up the Civil War event on the app it tells you that there are 103 individual comics involved. 103!This collection consists of the 7 core issues that tell the main part of the story. A group a C-list superheroes botch the capture of some bad guys and essentially nuke a school full of kids. That’s the last straw for the American public who has had enough of costumed crusaders running around with no accountability. A law is passed that states anyone w [...]

    5. I guess the idea behind a superhero crossover event is to bring a wide range of characters together in a single story—characters that usually feature in their own, individual titles. What superheroes do best is fight, of course, so a good crossover event must provide them with a convincing reason to fight side by side or against each other or both. For Marvel’s popular 2006-07 crossover event Civil War, writer Mark Millar came up with the following premise (quoted from an interview reprinted [...]

    6. So, like, uh, the superheroes split 'cause the government (read as "damn government") wants them to register and get paid to do what they do. Then, like, the one side fights the other side. People get pissy. More people get pissy. Then it kinda ends and nothing has changed.The art is decent.

    7. This is a brand-spanking new edition released in conjunction with the Captain America: Civil War movie. You can see that Robert Downey and Chris Evans are prominently featured on the cover. It’s a hard bound book with a glossy, plastic covering - convenient for wiping up drool with a towel or napkin. It’s designed as a gateway for those people, like my wife, who liked the movie and want to explore the storyline that originated in the comics.The question for those who want to take the plunge: [...]

    8. So beautiful, and so sad.This deluxe tricked-out edition offers you so much. Not only the collected comics, but interviews with the creators, a bunch of "newspapers" that would have run in the Marvel Universe as Civil War was going down, sketches, scripts, ideal casting choices (before Marvel was a movie hound, obviously - for instance, they suggest Brad Pitt as Cap and Johnny Depp as Tony Stark). Tons of good stuff in here.This is inherently depressing, I mean, of course we want to see our hero [...]

    9. This one has been due a re-read for a while and, now that it’s been announced the next Captain America movie will be subtitled Civil War, the timing seems right to re-visit it. I read Civil War many years ago, long before I started really thinking/writing about what I read, which is the only excuse I can give for why I thought this tripe was any good at all. I was wrong - very wrong! The politest way of describing Civil War is a dumb mess, the comics version of a Transformers movie. Normally I [...]

    10. #TeamCapThe book is good. Don't misunderstand me. But two stars for the ending. I HATED IT !Okay, I gotta read this one again as the movie will be out next week in my country. So excited ! There're many different spots as I can see through the book. Firstly, this book is not about Bucky and there's no Thor in the movie. So let me hope that the ending is not the same. LET ME HOPE. Because I haven't prepared for a catastrophic conclusion like the comic. I trust MARVEL, they won't do that to me rig [...]

    11. 3.5 starsI bought the Romanian edition for my son, so I read that one. Surprisingly, I didn't mind that it was not in English, that's how good the translation is.So, there's Tony all full of remorse, backing up a legislative act that compels all superheroes to reveal their identity, and work as state employees. Cap is obviously against it, and they go to war because of that. We have injured, we have deaths, we have pretty much everything. But the storyline is different from the movie one: no Win [...]

    12. Actualización abr/2016Encontre este largisimo gif que muestra a todos los Avenger y queda como una tipo canción o yo estoy loca y la cantaba en mi cabeza y quise dejarla aquíicvejournal/hlw/68Dejó el link porque por alguna razón ¡¡¡GR no carga la imagen!!!____________________________________________________ Unos jóvenes superhéroes se adentran en una batalla que ocasiona la muerte de más de 600 personas en Stamford, entre ellos 60 niños. Esto lleva a la creación del "Acta de Registr [...]

    13. Loved this book. It captured the feelings and emotions of all the parties involved in this civil war, making even a reader choose sides. Naturally (because I'm a rebel at heart), Captain America's side was the one I found myself routing for in this battle of wills, but Millar did an excellent job of making me understand why Iron Man and his cohorts decided to back the government's initiative. Action, emotions, fights, moral decisions, and grief. This one had it all!As for the art, I liked it, wh [...]

    14. This series has so much relevance to society today. It clearly shows us how much stubbornness and unwillingness to cooperate could cause so much destruction.I'm the type of person who likes to look for deeper meanings in anything I read, so I was reading this, I couldn't help but feel that somehow we are all experiencing this right now. We don't have superheroes fighting left and right for what they believe in, but we do have groups of people doing the same thing and also causing similar damages [...]

    15. After a super villain blew up a school, sweeping reform hit the nation. This reform forced super powered individuals to either register with the government or face imprisonment. Not everyone agreed what to do which lead to a super heroCivil War.I really dislike this story. Everyone is so myopic it's insane. To put such time and effort to fight other super heroes is about the dumbest thing ever. No one's complaining about too many heroes when Galactus, Apocalypse, Doctor Doom, or any other number [...]

    16. I'll give them credit for trying. The intention was to create a very serious and divisive issue that fans and characters alike could debate. the problem was the issue they picked: super hero registration. Yes, Marvel Comics, the company that has given us approximately 7893893840 X-Men stories about how registration is the first step on the road to genocide wants us, the fans who have read those stories, to be unsure about whether or not registration acts are a good idea. Not exactly the best sta [...]

    17. As hard as it was for me to see most of my favourite marvel characters fighting each other, this was a pretty great read!I literally devoured this book! It was basically non stop action from start to finish and pretty much every issue ended on a cliff hanger that made me nEED to read on!It was hard for me to pick a 'side' to be on as I kind of agreed with both sides, making the story even more gripping as I needed to see how it would conclude! I felt like the ending was a little rushed and that [...]

    18. So there was a civil war, and that's that. The story started out somewhat plausible, but along the way, it got lost in the shuffle. Battle. Whatever.I'm not a big fan of Marvel comics, but this one was on sale at so, why not? The artwork was good, and aside from not knowing all of the characters, I was able to follow along pretty well. The moral and ethical questions developed seemed to be left on the sidelines, and that disappointed me. Maybe these questions were covered more in-depth in the c [...]

    19. Auto regalo día del libro y cumpleaños.Por si no lo sabéis un evento como civil wars afecta a la mayoría de franquicias de marvel, y claro aquí solo veremos los comics principales de civil wars y para una mayor comprensión posiblemente tendríamos que leer: civil wars spiderman, civil war ironman, civil war capitana marvel, etc etc.Al faltarnos estas partes nos encontraremos que a veces no sabemos como se a llegado a algunas situaciones, como por ejemplo cuando capitán américa se une a l [...]

    20. I always thought Civil War was a let down. I still think that years later. I actually re-read this because been playing Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 and the story in there is pretty bad, the comic version isn't much better. So if you don't know what Civil War is about, where the fuck you've been? Tony wants superheroes to register in the united states. Basically be super agents for Shield. Cap says no, we need out secret identities otherwise we can be in trouble. Tus, the war begins, and our heroe [...]

    21. Maybe I'm kind of dumb, but I don't really get this. A whole bunch of superheroes and villains have it out in midtown Manhattan, they destroy buildings and wreck havoc for a few square blocks, but then a handful of ordinary people seem to make their way through the fray and can seem to hold back Captain America from bashing in Iron Man's head, and he all of a sudden has a revelation that maybe the war should end, he lets himself be arrested and then a general amnesty is given to all of the heroe [...]

    22. If I had to name what I believe is the greatest graphic novel story arc in the history of all the comic-verses I would name Civil War among them. Perhaps this story arc may indeed end up right near the very top. However because this story is part of an arc narrative it fails to stand strong alone. Without the other novels, there is a lack of full continuity and resolution. Therefore, this book just feels a little flat, containing a great introduction and body but a weak conclusion. I personally [...]

    23. Very poorly written. The overall premise had potential, but Millar completely wastes it and gives us the literary version of one of Michael Bay's Transformers sequels instead! Compelling drama is thrown out the window to be replaced with mindless fight sequences. The history and personalities of the characters is completely ignored and Millar resorts to pathetic shock value instead (reallySpider-Mane guy who's always been so afraid to reveal his identity in order to protect his familyhe's sudden [...]

    24. Most people are familiar with this major story event after the successful Captain America movie. It's a compelling excuse for showing an epic conflict between our greatest Marvel superheroes. It's also a thought-provoking look at the nature of super heroism and vigilatism and the responsibility that super-powered heroes should have to the general public. Although it's suitably action packed, I actually found it less interesting than the loose movie adaptation. While the strength in the story sho [...]

    25. Seeing my favourites fight never fails to break my heart. 😭 this was a fun read, especially after having seen the civil war movie a million times. It was interesting to be able to compare the two and their differences. I enjoyed having the vast, combined cast of characters but I did feel as though that meant the personality of each individual didn't shine through as much. The dialogue was also a little cheesy at times (but who doesn't love some superhero cheesiness?) It wasn't my favourite ma [...]

    26. Great series. ending left me bummed though.Civil War has become something of a main-stream comic series, if only because of the movies that have come out around it. The comic series itself did not disappoint (Though I'll admit I have a few more spin-off ones to read).I was team Captain since the beginning. Perhaps it's because I'm a huge star wars nerd and Rebel, or perhaps it's because I don't believe in giving up freedom for the sake of security. Though this series does an excellent job of por [...]

    27. MINI REVIEW: I've read a fair number of crossovers, including Spider-Man, but this is the first time I covered the main scope of the Civil War. There are some good arguments to both sides (and for those who don't know the regular people are demanding all superheroes be registered, revealed and tagged) with Iron Man on one side (in support of registration) and Captain America on the other (superheroes keep their secrets). On a basic level it's also an excuse to see which superhero could beat the [...]

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