Saturday, August 13, 2011

Review:Civil War





Presentation: Marvel was having a rough time getting their fanbase motivated . But this event came around and it gave hope for marvel to get back to their old place in our hearts.


Story:After the attack on the Avengers Mansion, the destruction of Manhattan because of the secret war of Nick Fury, the loss of power of 91.4% of the mutants, the disaster caused Hulk in Las Vegas (where died twenty-six adults, two children and a dog died), the world is in a climate of fear, even stronger, from superheroes. This leads then to a new bill from the U.S. government: the identification of superheroes. This law is to ensure that any person with powers, including the mutants, will be forced to declare the state and to join SHIELD in order to become their new security forces. This will always be superheroes, but in a hierarchy. Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, is informed by his contacts in the Congress of the new bill.
Iron Man then gathered the Illuminati for a special meeting to ask them to be part of the bill to avoid a disaster happens, like two sides of superheroes fighting against each other. Only he and Mr. Fantastic were in favor of this law, in turn, Namor, Black Bolt Doctor Strange and rejected it. Then it was the penultimate meeting of the Illuminati known to date.
Spider-Man began to overcome the bad guys as a team with New Avengers, and tied a friendship with Tony Stark. he asked him to become his right arm. His first mission was to accompany him to Washington for a matter of national security on the Census Act of superheroes. They went and Tony hired Titanium Man to trigger a fight. Peter Parker and believed that we was protecting by fighting the bad guy, but everything was planned: it was just delaying the introduction of the new law, which became inevitable.


Drawing: The drawing is top notch guys. The colors are beautiful and the best i've ever seen. The illustrators sometime put these cinematic poses( i don't what they call em) here an example:



Verdict: This serie was the first major marvel event i've ever read and it was amazing. I think every comic fan should get this, Because : 1st   it influenced all marvel character
                       2nd It is a good solid story .

I give it a [9/10].

32 comments:

Sub-Radar-Mike said...

Sounds really interesting, your review really made me want to go pick it up.

vitaminandmineralfacts said...

I agree the coloring is fantastic. Nice pic with ironman and capt. america.

Tealparadise said...

It's amazing to hear about this whole world. If only ours were like this, things would be more exciting for sure!

I think that the new movies are causing a huge resurgence of interest in things like this. Before, a person might have heard of the X-Men or Hulk from TV, but no one knew they were all connected. The movies have put all of the characters out there into the media, let us know who they are and what they do, and basically provided a jump-point for people to get into these comics without feeling overwhelmed by the scope of it.

Come At Me Bro said...

This is great!

Bersercules said...

This is awesome! I heard it was good but hearing you tell me ABOUT it really hits home with how good it might be!
Gonna go buy this from the comicbook store tomorrow!
Thank you so much for your post on it!
More posts of comics you think are good would be great too!

Jay Smith said...

Great review. I might have to pick this up sometime soon!

Pieter MD said...

I don't have much time for this gaming, but if I had i would have bought this kind of game!

Michael Westside said...

Well, since i love comics, I might just try to read a good one for a change. Thanks mate

Anonymous said...

Definately gonna try this out it sounds amazing! +followed.

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Sinclair said...

I was always more of a fan of DC comics, personally.

Timothy Bowen said...

I liked Civil War. Ed Brubaker is a good writer. I'm more of a DC guy myself, though

DesoWave said...

Never was a fan of the Civil War. The Vietnam War, on the other hand, now that is interesting.

Murdernickel said...

Seems like a great read

H. said...

Glad you liked it :)

Jacob McCann said...

Great pic, wouldn't mind reading this.

DWei said...

Captain America dies in this doesn't he? Or am I thinking about something else.

Admin said...

Thanks for the review. I'll check this out.

Anon1119 said...

That's Awesome.

Another Dev Guy said...

Cant wait to see what happens!

coneforce said...

Im more like a no-color comic book guy :)

Shaw said...

I'll have to take your word for it on this one.

ThingsYouWant said...

Has anyone else noticed that there has been a HUGE influx of Marvel and DC comics/books/movies/major franchise stuff out of no where these last few years?

GMSoccerPicks said...

Wow 9/10, it must be great. Not a big fan of those characters, i like non conventional characters better, but if you rate it that high, i guess its worth checking out :)

Jammer said...

neat stuff

Elliot MacLeod-Michael said...

nice review

Sylar said...

Great review. i like this post
+ followed

Publius said...

Classic stuff. I really hope they one day make an Infinity Gauntlet movie. Then, I will be able to die satisfied. Awesome blog! Follow +1

Arrpii said...

Thanks for sharing. Sounds cool. I'm a sucker for those cinematic poses/images *.*

mentats4me said...

Sounds awesome I've been meaning to get a new comic for a while this may be it

Lars said...

Love the artwork,I gotta remmeber check this out lol.

Kenneth Tso said...

This looks amazing! Following!

Simon black said...

First time hearing about this but it sure as hell looks interesting, btw Wolverine is by far the best Marvel character.

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