Read |2|Team Villains| from the story UA's Civil War by Zuki_1245 (━ ずき.˚) with 29,104 reads. Obviously, more twists and surprises await that will likely shed light on who chooses to fight on which side and why, but the central ethical quandry feels significantly less clear-cut than in the previous conflict. Revealed along with a pair of posters setting up the event with a stylistic allusion to the infamous "Whose Side Are You On?" When one side does not accept the election results, we have a countdown to a civil war. Functioning as an allegory about the nature of determinism versus free will, the story sees opposing factions of superheroes led by Captain Marvel and Iron Man come into conflict when a new Inhuman named I’m reminded of the Clausewitz quote, “Everything in war … Apparently the costumed-crimefighter community will be divided when a disaster similar to the one that launched the first Civil War is prevented by the "mystery entity" gifted with this new power; splitting opinions sharply over how to use it - i.e. Marvelâs Civil War II releases in May, alongside Captain America: Civil War coming May 6. However, now Marvel has let the cat out of the bag; revealing the two main teams of heroes who will find themselves at odds in the struggle and what it is they're fighting about. Fans will have to wait and see what happens for themselves when Civil War II launches in May just in time for the Civil War movie to be raising its profile in the pop-consciousness. First, there's the formidable Team Carol, made up of Captain America (Steve Rogers), She-Hulk, Spectrum, Blue Marvel, Winter Soldier, Vision, War Machine, Medusa, Spider-Man, Ant-Man, and Hawkeye. The original Civil War was better. March 18, 2016 John Marcotte captain marvel, civil war II, iron man. All the latest gaming news, game reviews and trailers. It felt like the Superhero community was picking two sides to the war and each side was working through the emotions, plans, and internal strife. Marvel is going to war again this year in their crossover series Civil War II, a thematic sequel to the 2006 story, Civil War.. A second American civil war will end up split down two sides – not conservative or liberal, not republican or democrat, but wealthy or not wealthy. whether or not to go after criminals and supervillains for crimes they're predicted to commit. Especially Steve Rogers and Spider-Man fighting on the side of predictive power, which sounds like a blemish on the face of liberty, which is everything Captain America supports. These sides are â¦ confusing, to say the least. THE UNION The Union … The solo teaser images for Civil War II are over. Well, fighting for an invasive power is less Steve Jobs and more Donald Trump, Mr. Parker. Other Costs of War. The main theme of 2GGC: Civil War was the rivalry between ZeRo and Ally and how they "recruited" some of the best smashers in the world to compete in their name. Directed by Sam Hill. "Civil War II" is a 2016 comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics. Former United States special operations units are disbanded or otherwise dormant unconventional warfare units of the United States military.Most units were created to fulfil categorical obligations within a particular conflict, and were disbanded once that conflict ended. The Indonesian powerhouse maintained pressure and continued to push Aura PH up until they pushed Aura PH’s mid base turret. Choose your side.". 11 heroes were banned against this team (and never picked by this team). Protect the future. When they can’t reconcile the matter through elections, the country falls apart. But hey, things were a bit weird the last time the words “Civil War” were bandied around at Marvel, too. Protect the future. Deadpool's position on any team feels especially bizarre, given that his unique understanding that he inhabits a fictional world usually means he already knows how things are going to turn out - presumably including this war. During a celebratory party, the heroes discovered the source of the Inhuman's knowledge. As to what they're fighting over? At least thereâs still a Cap on the other side, led by Tony Stark, of all people, who was on the other side the first time and won. Posted on Thursday, March 17th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton. Team Scorpion must put aside their personal issues when hackers take control of U.S. military aircraft and warships. The lines have been drawn. It is built on the renowned AGE game engine, with a modern and intuitive interface that makes it easy to learn yet hard to master. An Inhuman precog named Ulysses Cain who had recently been brought into the Inhumans helped save the day from a Celestial Destructor when Medusa used the information from a vision he had to warn the Avengers. Less surprising is that heroes made popular again by the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and TV series (like Star-Lord and Deadpool) along with those newly-reimagined with a focus on diversity (Jane Foster as the female Thor, Sam Wilson's Captain America and Amadeus Cho, the Asian-American "Totally Awesome" Hulk) find themselves front and center. Civil wars are horrendous and bloody affairs. Personally, Iâm stoked about Kamala Khan fighting her idol, Carol Danvers. Team Iron Man consists of Black Widow, Deadpool, Captain America (Wilson), The Totally Awesome Hulk, Hercules, Black Panther, Luke Cage, Thor (Foster), Miss America (aka America Chavez, a relative newcomer), Star-Lord and Daredevil. Stark spearheads the current Avengers team and is somehow opposed to this sort of thing (the exact opposite of his stance in the original Civil War). Since Marvelâs newest film, Captain America: Civil War, was inspired by the comic and releases on May 6, itâs not a bad time for Marvel to revisit the bloodshed, even if the original Civil War was pretty eh. With Elyes Gabel, Katharine McPhee, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Jadyn Wong. That’s the ugly reality of war. In the lead up to Civil War II , Marvel has promoted the notion that the death of a hero at the hands of another hero will ignite the conflict. Genetically altered by Dr. Henry Pym, Janet Van Dyne gained the ability to alter her size, fly at rapid speeds and fire bio-electric energy "stings". Khanâs background as a Muslim-American is especially resonant, and itâll be heartbreaking to see this kid have to turn on her hero. The heroes are then left to question: can they use it judiciously to prevent future crimes? This time, Captain America and Iron Man are on the same team, the end results shake out to about the same – two super-powered teams unable to maneuver with no other recourse but the fist. Whereas the original story found Captain America and Iron Man at odds over The Superhero Registration act, this time around Steve Rogers is taking a supporting role in a team to be led by Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel, with Tony Stark once again on the other side. Marvel’s Civil War II comics event is a sequel to one of their most successful storylines of the past few years. Team Captain Marvel's membership of Monica Rambeau (the African-American 80s Captain Marvel) She-Hulk, Ant-Man, Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, Blue Marvel, Medusa, Captain America (Rogers), The Vision, War Machine and Spider-Man (Peter Parker - the absence of Miles Morales from either team is especially curious) is also unexpectedly arranged, given that many of them (Cap especially) fought on the exact opposite side concerning the abrogation of individual liberty (re: "innocent until proven guilty") in the previous Civil War. Her departure with the future Champions portends her potential involvement with that team, already foreshadowed in that title. Civil War II, while an "ok" book, was a mediocre event in the grand scheme. Whereas the original series' Superhero Registration Act was cast as a metaphor for everything from The Patriot Act to gun-control, this time around the circumstances could be read as setting up a similar parallel to the currently hot-button topic of police profiling. If there's one person you could count on for Stark's team, it has to be his BFF James … While Captain Marvel uses this power to prevent crime, Iron Man violently opposes the implications. It’s on a YouTube channel called John Mark and it’s about his views on Civil War 2, which is a frequent topic on this blog. Civil War II #2 Final Thoughts It appears that the Hulk is the tipping point to this series. At all. To mark the event (and, one imagines, to synergize with the film's release) Marvel is staging a new variation on the same theme in the pages of its newly-refreshed comics line: Civil War II. Check out the two camps below, led by Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) who presently captains Marvelâs Alpha Flight against Tony Stark.