March 08, 2007

The Death of Captain America

It has been almost two months since I last bought a comic book, I don't know what happened but Captain America lies dead, having been assassinated on the steps of a federal courthouse. He was led to trial by violating the Superhuman registration act. I didn't know what happened to Civil War #7 coz I don't have my copy yet but I guess the anti-registration team lost. Yeah, thanks to Iron Man for cooking the whole thing up.

I've read also in Marvel's Website that Spider-Man is back in his black costume. What else have I missed? Damn!

I better go check out the comic store later.

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January 11, 2007

Civil War 6 : The Battle of the Superhumans begin

I said in my last post that I won't be able to post but here I am. I'm gonna finish this beautiful comic series.

Many heroes have been left injured, discouraged, and questioning where they stand. While some of captain America's allies have joined Tony Stark,, Spider-Man has left the pro-registration side. Jack O' Lantern and the Jester -- members of a newer and more vicious Thunderbolts team -- were sent to track down Spider-Man. After nearly killing him, the villains were gunned down by the Punisher, who took Spider-Man's battered body back to one of Captain America's safehouses. The resistance now has Frank Castle on their side.

Commander Hill and Hank Pym are monitoring the heroes on their training facilities. Another Hercules ,Hermes and Poseidon were on the scene. It is also shown here that Hank Pym is taking in some small capsule in his mouth. You wanna know about that? Well continue reading my frend...

Reed Richards, A.K.A. Mr. Fantastic is in some operating room with another doctor (I don't know who this guy is) working on Thor's cyborg. Reed Richards is reprogramming Thor's Cyborg, fixing the bug that caused Bill Foster's early demise. Reed and Iron Man are talking through wireless communication. Iron Man asked Reed how did his call with the President go. They were talking about some Riot Act and some Big Finale and Reed mentioned some deal about not arresting Johnny Storm and Sue Storm. Iron Man told Reed that he'll talk to the President later and let him handle it.

Meanwhile, Punisher in some special suit is busy climbing on the walls of the secure Baxter Building while communicating with Captain America on his safehouse. Punisher was there to get all the plans on the negative zone.

Sue Storm paid a visit to Namor asking him to join the anti-registration side but Namor says No.Namor says he has no interest in helping a man who would take advantage of their unique relationship.

Our heroes are busy preparing for the final battle. Catain America tells Spider-Man that it's ok if he says pass on this mission since he's still not in the best of shape. Spider-Man insists that the team needs his help. Goldbug and Plunderer, two super-villains showed up and proposed on helping the team but not for long. Punisher sprayed bullets on the two and both were dead, instant. Capain America punched the Punisher and beat the hell out of him for that insane action. The Punisher refuses to fight Cap.

Stark together with Richards are talking to Miriam , one of the parents of the victim of the Stamford Incident. They're on a Garden that was built in Children's honor.

Dr. Strange has been meditating since the Civil War began and the Watcher is telling him that he could end the Civil War madness by a gesture of a whisper but Dr. Strange decided to let the Superhuman's decide on it.

The Anti Registration side team infiltrated the island and this is where the battle will begin. The Black Panther joins the anti-registration team. They were confronted with a team of Pro Registration act led by Iron Man. Iron Man tells Captain Iron Man that they've just walked into a trap. Cap says that he was expecting it to be and reveals both side's spies. Hank Pym shape shifts into Hulkling. The scene ends with Cap telling his team to close their eyes because it might hurt a little.

Cool story. I can't wait for the last issue.

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January 05, 2007

Help Wanted!

Hello everyone. I'd like to apologize for not posting any updates on the Marvel Civil War Comics. I love comics and I love this blog but I'm really getting kinda busy right now. I'm getting married next month as you see I'm busy on helping my fiance plan for the wedding. Thanks.

I'm calling out to anyone out there who has also the love and interest for The Civil War saga to help me maintain my site and post updates on the Civil War comics.

Thanks. If any bloggers out there are interested please leave a comment on this post and I'll invite you to post articles on Marvel Civil War.

November 27, 2006

Spider-Man joins Captain America's Army

It is now confirmed on Amazing SpiderMan #537 that the web crawler has joined Cap's Army. He and his wife Mary Jane together with Aunt May are now with new identities and are hiding.
What happened in ASM #536 really raged Iron Man. Spider-Man made an appearance on TV telling all the world that the registration act is wrong and that what he did on revealing his true identity was a wrong move.
He was announcing his official membership on Cap's side.

Now, Iron Man, do you still think there will be someone left for you?

November 22, 2006

Civil War #6 to be released on December 20

After reading Civil War #5, I can't help it but I'm getting too excited on the release of Civil War #6. I'm wondering what will happen to Spider-Man after getting beaten by two villains turned to be law enforcers. What will happen to Iron Man? Spider-Man will be back with vengeance.

November 19, 2006

Spider-Man almost died: Give Punisher your thanks

I was supposed to blog about Civil War #5 after I read it but I'm always too busy. Not now. It's Sunday and it's weekend.

Just looking at the cover of Civil War #5 tells you the whole story of it. But let's get into details.

And so Iron Man found out that Spider-Man was going against him. So they had a little fight. Iron Man tried to talk Spider-Man but I guess no one will believe Iron Man anymore. Spider-Man was questioning Iron Man why'd he put all the heroes who refuse to register in the negative zone. Spider-Man's point that putting these heroes who didn't violate any crime but only wears those tights for good intentions is very cruel. Spider-Man was against Iron Man's ideas and that, Iron Man didn't like it. Iron man said Spider-Man was a lunatic.

Meanwhile, the Fantastic Four Siblings, The Human Torch and The Invisible Woman was being chased by S.H.I.E.L.D. units. They just realized that the registration act is wrong and they're on their way to Cap's Den. They were given by Nick Fury new identites as couples and yeah, the siblings were not comfortable with it.

So what happened to Spider-Man now? Iron Man failed talking Spider-Man into his ideals so Spider-Man gave Iron Man a big punch and tried to escape. I wish you could've seen it. There were a lot of S.H.I.E.L.D. soldiers who were after Spider-Man. If not for Spider-Man's bullet proof costume he could've died with those hundreds of bullets aimed straight at him. Spider-Man went straight into the Sewers only to find out that the Jester and Jack O' Lantern was there waiting for him. These two villains were working for S.H.I.E.L.D. Imagine that?! So who is the lunatic now? Iron Man hired these two villains to hunt him down.

Spider-Man was beaten by these two villains almost to death. Before the who villains has a chance to grab Spider-Man, the Jester's head was blaster apart by the Punisher.

Daredevil was caught and revealed a silver coin inside his mouth for Iron Man. Then he walks away and says "Sleep well, Judas.”

Iron Man #13: what about Iron Man?

So I've just read Iron Man #13. This time the story circles on lots of stuff we should know about the controversial Marvel character. I just read the story once and just found out that Iron Man was also guilty of what Speedball is accused of right now. He was with the Secretary of Defense offering Tony Stark, yes, Iron Man's real identity, the role of being the leader for S.H.I.E.L.D. It was also mentioned on the story that a plane crashed and caused a lot of casualties and Iron Man was to blame. It only happened that a bigger tragedy occured and that was the Stamford explosion that's why people's attention were drawn away from the tragedy Iron Man caused.

So the big question now is, why should Iron Man be offered the responsibility of being the leader of SH.I.E.L.D.? Shouldn't he be also involved in the training of superheroes? I don't know why I hate Iron Man but I never really liked him. Yeah this is fiction but you get to hate a fictional character too, right?

Damn, Iron Man should be in jail too. He's supporting something he's not sure and righteous of. Just get a copy of your Iron Man #13 and read all about the damn story about the "hero".