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What Happened To Tony Stark After Civil War II

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  This is a new way for Marvel to shelve their characters aside without actually killing them. So Tony Stark’s in a coma because of all the modifications he’s made to his body.… Continue reading

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Ulysses Evolves Into A Cosmic Entity

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  Ulysses has multiple visions of possible future storylines for Marvel before evolving into a cosmic entity. From – Civil War II #8

Civil War II

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  A complete list of all Civil War II Volume 1 posts in chronological order. The Avengers, X-Men, Ultimates And Inhumans VS A Celestial Reason For Civil War II Between Iron Man And… Continue reading

Why Are There 2 Iron Mans?

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So what is up with Iron Man? Marvel’s recent event Civil War II has ended and like all other comic mega events, it brings about change in the status quo. And by that… Continue reading

Captain Marvel Beats Iron Man (Civil War II)

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The Civil War II event may have sucked, but have to admit I enjoyed seeing Iron Man get beaten to a pulp. Maybe it’s just me, but he seems to win all the… Continue reading

Iron Man VS Captain Marvel (Civil War II)

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From – Civil War II #7

Ulysses Meets Old Man Logan In The Future

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I’m not sure if this is was intended by the writers which would be later explained in the last issue of this series, or if they really goofed – Wolverine is already dead… Continue reading

The Guardians Of The Galaxy Sides With Captain Marvel (Civil War II)

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  I need to start reading the latest series of the Guardians of the Galaxy — looks like their little family is starting to grow with the addition of the Thing, Kitty Pryde… Continue reading

Why Black Panther Switched Sides (Civil War II)

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Captain America’s the moral compass of the Marvel universe. And Spider-man, of course. From – Civil War II #6

Iron Man And Captain Marvel’s Parley (Civil War II)

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I remember Iron Man and Captain America having a heart to heart talk back in the 1st Civil War. Both sides tried to convince the other that they were on the wrong side… Continue reading