Civil War: The Amazing Spider-Man by J. Michael Straczynski
The Marvel universe has given us the most iconic superheroes out there, in my humble opinion (sorry DC fans). The Incredible Hulk, the Fantastic Four, Captain America, Iron Man, the X-men, and Daredevil are just a few who fit into that category. However, I doubt that anyone can argue with the fact that at the head of the pack is every ones favorite wall-crawler. There is a reason for that. Hes the best.
Anyone who is a fan of Peter Parker (not talking about the fans of just the movies here) needs to be sure to read this one. Civil war: the Amazing Spider-man, shows both sides of the fence in probably one of the best story lines in recent Marvel history (again, in my opinion). It shows how quickly the black and white lines of right and wrong blur into grey. And what do you do when your heart tells you youre on the wrong side of those lines?
Great art, even better story. Dont miss this one!
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You can find it here. After the U. S Government passed an act that forces superheroes to register themselves and reveal their identity, there is a huge rift in the superhero community. On one side, lead by Iron Man , there is a group who supports the move. The problem with this new found interest is that there are a lot of people who are not sure where to start with Civil War. This Civil War Reading Order Guide aims to help make sense of this event — listing all the preludes, tie-ins and trade paperbacks.
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Marvel's "Civil War" Marvel. But none of that would be possible without decades worth of comic book stories that inspire the MCU. If you love the movies of the MCU, it's worth visiting your local comic book store and checking out what they have to offer. Many classic Marvel storylines act as blueprints for the MCU. The planet Thor travels to in "Thor: Ragnarok? These storylines can be found collected into trade paperback or hardcover versions at any comic book store, or they can most likely be ordered for you if they don't have it — just ask.
I was thinking about writing a reading order for Civil War II, Marvel finally published the last issues. Then I realized that I should probably start.
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Check out the the official issue-by-issue reading order below compared to House of M. Just a bit more… expansive. Certainly makes for some interesting reading with the help of a good guide to navigate the continuity, of course. As always, hope you enjoy! Comic Book Herald is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a qualifying affiliate commission.
Get ready, Carol Corps! With Captain Marvel coming to the big screen , now is the perfect time to read up on her many adventures as an ace fighter pilot, head of NASA security, Avenger, and more. Carol Danvers has had several different monikers and spent many years without a book of her own, so it can be hard to figure out where to start. But if you want to get to know Carol Danvers and dive deeper into her past, these are her greatest hits. Marvel has a tendency to restart again with new issue 1s with great frequency, which means that Carol has had about a half dozen issue 1s since , all of which can be quite confusing for fans. I know, I know, this is supposed to be about Captain Marvel.
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