Overview Union flag In the presidential electionRepublicansled by Abraham Lincolnsupported banning slavery in all the U. The Southern states viewed this as a violation of their constitutional rights and as the first step in a grander Republican plan to eventually abolish slavery. The Republican Party, dominant in the North, secured a plurality of the popular votes and a majority of the electoral votes nationally, thus Lincoln was constitutionally elected president. He was the first Republican Party candidate to win the presidency.
Mark Millar, writer for the story, has said: People thought they were dangerous, but they did not want a ban. What they wanted was superheroes paid by the federal government like cops and open to the same kind of scrutiny.
It was the perfect solution and nobody, as far as I'm aware, has done this before. Those who sign also have the option of working for S. Characters within the superhero community in the Marvel Universe split into two groups: While arguing directly with Iron Man about the law, Luke Cage previously the second Power Manan African Americancompared the mandatory registration to slavery.
Writer Mark Millar signing copies of the collectors edition of the main miniseries during an appearance at Midtown Comics in Manhattan Delays[ edit ] Marvel announced in August that some issues of the main Civil War series would be pushed back several months to accommodate artist Steve McNiven.
The schedule had issue 4 being released one month late, in September, while issue 5 was released two months later, in November. Furthermore, various tie-in books including the Civil War: Front Line miniseries and tie-in issues of other comics were delayed several months so as not to reveal any plot developments.
Civil War 6, originally scheduled for release on December 20, was pushed back two weeks and released on January 4. Unlike the previous instance, only The Punisher War Journal 2 was delayed. In a final act of rescheduling, Civil War 7 was pushed back two weeks from January 17 to January 31 and then pushed back again until February Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. June Learn how and when to remove this template message An explosion in Stamford, Connecticut by the villain Nitro causes the U. Those not adhering to it are deemed unregistered and rogue superheroes.
Tony Stark and Reed Richards lead the side of the pro-registration superheroes. Captain America leads the anti-registration side.
Goliath is killed by the pro-registration superheroes. Many supervillains join the government in hunting down superheroes. Other versions[ edit ] Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows[ edit ] When the Super-Human Registration Act was proposed, Professor X and the Avengers proposed an alternative method with self-policing of mutantkind and super-powered communities, preventing Civil War from ever happening.
Cyclops thought it was preposterous for Professor X to make himself the self-appointed representative of mutantkind, and his opposition to Xavier's proposal led Jean Grey to break up with him and marry Wolverine.
The Civil War was avoided entirely in this reality due to her marriage to Steve Rogers. Tony Stark is told of two alternate ways the Civil War could have concluded: Though he manages to delay its passing, the Stamford disaster occurs as in the reality. Without Tony Stark to provide a fairer path for registration, the government's response is more extreme.
Governmental forces led by Henry Peter Gyrich destroy the resistance and many heroes are slain. Faced with this vision, Tony believes that this proves that he was right to pursue his pro-registration course of action, but the stranger then reveals another possibility; The second is detailed in, "What if Iron Man lost the Civil War?
The heroes unite to stop the out-of-control Thor clone, Ragnarokwhich is released when Hill detects the weapon and assumes that Cap is still planning to use it. The resulting goodwill convinces Captain America to help run the program as he is the only one the heroes will trust with their secret identities.
The stranger is revealed to be UatuEarth 's Watcher. Upon learning of the possibility of this alternate reality, Tony is devastated and weeps for the bright future he helped prevent. The heroes unite to neutralize it, and many die in the first clashes.
Captain America and Iron Man, after a final reconciliation, sacrifice themselves alongside Nova to deflect the full Annihilation Wave. Steve Rogers no longer called Captain America and his teammates have been arrested and buy time off their sentence by performing suicide missions as the Thunderbolts.
President Stark and his Mighty Avengers are taken to Battleworld by Maestro and have their memories altered to think that they are on Earth and that the Renegade Champions already there are unregistered vigilantes.
The Thunderbolts are sent to rescue them, but misunderstandings result in the deaths of Penance and Thunderstrike and all three teams start fighting each other.The complete Civil War site. No more running from site to site. On line help available. Over the last few weeks a growing number of people have started wondering, "Is it possible the United States is heading for a new civil war?" Granted, most of those people are writers for sites like Russia Today or the Huffington Post, and thus slightly less credible than a handful of Bazooka Joe gum wrapper arteensevilla.com Donald Trump has made a few tinpot dictator-ish statements recently.
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The best estimate of female combatants in the Civil War has been provided in John A. Braden, “Mothers of Invention: Phony Reports of Female Civil War Combatants.” in the January/February, Camp Chase Gazette (Vol. XLII, NO. 1).
"Civil War" is a –07 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven, and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. We might be going out on a limb here, but we're guessing that most of our readers aren't hardcore Civil War historians.
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