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Civil War, Part 1 of 7

Wydawnictwo: Marvel Comics
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The issue starts with the New Warriors and their camera crew outside the house of four villains: Cobalt Man, Coldheart, Speedfreak and Nitro. Microbe tells Speedball that they are out of their league and that they shouldn’t take on these villains. Speedball disagrees saying that they need a big ratings boost since Nova left the team and they have only been fighting lame villains. The villains...

The issue starts with the New Warriors and their camera crew outside the house of four villains: Cobalt Man, Coldheart, Speedfreak and Nitro. Microbe tells Speedball that they are out of their league and that they shouldn’t take on these villains. Speedball disagrees saying that they need a big ratings boost since Nova left the team and they have only been fighting lame villains. The villains spot the New Warriors and it is a braaaaaawwwl!! During the fight, Namorita chases after Nitro who runs near a park. Namorita smashes Nitro into a bus and tells him to surrender. Nitro then tells Namorita that the New Warriors are playing with the big boys now. BOOOOOM!! Nitro explodes and takes out the park full of children and the entire area.

We then cut to a two page splash shot of the Avengers, Fantastic Four and X-Men aiding firemen and rescue teams as they search for survivors in the rubble. Captain America is pissed that all these innocent children died for some “stupid reality TV show.” Iron Man questions why the New Warriors didn’t call the Avengers since they must have known they were out of their league. A mom tells her son not to worry about the Sentinels since they are the good guys sent to watch the X-Men (Yup. Public opinion about super heroes is about to get nasty.) Wolverine takes exception to that comment. Black Goliath (or whatever this Mort is called nowadays) says that this is going to be the straw that broke the camel’s back. That the government isn’t going to watch just mutants anymore.

We cut to She-Hulk on the Larry King show saying that it is reasonable that Super Heroes be treated like police. That they should be trained and carry badges.

We then shift to the funeral service for all the dead children. The pastor asks for mercy upon the super heroes whose carelessness caused this tragedy. As Tony Stark is leaving the church, a mother of one of the dead children, Damien, spits in Tony’s face. The mother blames Tony for financing the Avengers and encouraging their reckless behavior and operating outside of the law. The mother says that the blood of her son Damien is on Tony’s hands.

We then cut to just outside a trendy New York club. Human Torch arrives to meet his date. The doorman lets Johnny and his date cut the long line and let’s them into the club. Before Johnny can enter, the rest of the people in line want to know why Johnny gets in with no wait while they have been there for hours. Johnny shoots back that once they save the world from Galactus then they can borrow his free pass. The crowd responds with what about the next time he blows up a school. What about the next time he kills some kids. Somebody then hits Johnny from behind with a beer bottle and knocks him out. Then the crowd proceeds to stomp away on Johnny.

We then cut to the Baxter Building where there is a super hero meeting consisting of Dr. Strange, She-Hulk, the Fantastic Four, X-Men, Avengers, Young Avengers and some various other assorted super heroes. They all debate about whether to go along with a national Registration bill or to fight it. Dr. Strange is against it. The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Yellow Jacket, She-Hulk are for the Registration bill. Wolverine and Falcon are opposed to it. We see the split begin as Wolverine and Thing trade some verbal jabs over the issue. The fake Daredevil then tells everyone that this is the end of the way they do business.

We then cut to a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier. Commander Hill asks Captain America if his super hero friends who are meeting at the Baxter Building will go along with the Super Hero Registration Act. Captain America says that he has no clue. Captain America says that this will split the super heroes down the middle and there will be a war between the two sides. Captain America says that most of the “rebels” will be the street level heroes like Daredevil and Luke Cage. Commander Hill asks Captain America that the rebels won’t be anyone he can’t handle. That the Avengers must support the Super Hero Registration Act and that Captain America must be on the front leading them. Captain America says that he will not arrest heroes risking their lives every day for their country. That Washington should not start telling us who the super-villains are. Commander Hill responds with super-villains are guys in masks who refuse to obey the law. Suddenly, the armored S.H.I.E.L.D. soldiers cock their weapons and surround Captain America. Captain America tells the soldiers to lower their weapons. Commander Hill tells them to set their tranquilizers and get ready. Captain America loses it calling this insane. Commander Hill then orders the soldiers to attack Captain America and we officially have a braaaaaawwl! (And this is a sick fight.) Captain America opens up a huge can on the soldiers and ends up escaping by jumping out a window of the Helicarrier. At the same time a fighter plane is about to dock inside the Helicarrier. Captain America lands on the cockpit of the plane, smashes the cockpit with his shield to give him a good grip and tells the pilot to keep flying. And with that, Captain America makes his grand escape.

We then cut back to the Baxter Building where the Watcher is lurking in the background of the meeting. Dr. Strange says that his presence is an ominous sign.

We then shift to a protest rally outside the White House demanding for legislation to control super heroes. Inside the White House the President says that it is a real concern that Captain America is now the figurehead for the rebels. The President says that they need a figurehead. We then see Iron Man flanked by Mr. Fantastic and Yellow Jacket. Iron Man tells the President to push ahead with the registration as planned and that they will deal with Captain America. End of issue.

 

źródło opisu: http://marvel.wikia.com/Civil_War_Vol_1_1

źródło okładki: http://marvel.wikia.com/Civil_War_Vol_1_1

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Booknerd | 2016-02-20

Opinia dla wszystkich 7. zeszytów. Lektura obowiązkowa dla każdego miłośnika komiksu. A nawet jeśli nimi nie jesteście, to po przeczytaniu Civil War na pewno zmienicie zdanie. Każdy zeszyt jest coraz lepszy. To nie tylko świetna rozrywka, ale co nie często ma miejsce w komiksach, skłania do refleksji. Polecam każdemu.

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