Civil War: Iron Man

Civil War Iron Man Two tales of suspense ripped from the pages of Civil War Captain America has fallen into a clash with his government and his friends and the people close to him are paying the price The life of Cap s

  • Title: Civil War: Iron Man
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Christos Gage Daniel Knauf Charles Knauf Alex Maleev Mike Perkins Jeremy Haun Patrick Zircher
  • ISBN: 9780785123149
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two tales of suspense ripped from the pages of Civil War.Captain America has fallen into a clash with his government and his friends, and the people close to him are paying the price The life of Cap s girlfriend, Agent 13, is torn apart as her superiors use her divided loyalties against her Elsewhere, a new villain emerges the Red Skull begins to make himself known andTwo tales of suspense ripped from the pages of Civil War.Captain America has fallen into a clash with his government and his friends, and the people close to him are paying the price The life of Cap s girlfriend, Agent 13, is torn apart as her superiors use her divided loyalties against her Elsewhere, a new villain emerges the Red Skull begins to make himself known and the Winter Soldier again comes face to face with Cap Meanwhile, get inside the mind of of Tony Stark, and learn why he feels superhuman registration is necessary and why he s taken it upon himself to lead the charge for its implementation Big changes are in store for Iron Man in the post Civil War landscape, and the build up begins here.Collecting Iron Man 13 14, Iron Man Captain America Casualties of War, Civil War The Confession

    Captain America Civil War Captain America Civil War is a American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Captain America, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.It is the sequel to s Captain America The First Avenger and s Captain America The Winter Soldier, and the thirteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe MCU. Captain America vs Iron Man Who s right in Marvel s Apr , Marvel Iron Man Travis Clark If you compare the superhuman registration debate in Captain America Civil War to the real world debate of gun Spanish Civil War The Spanish Civil War Spanish Guerra Civil Espaola took place from to Republicans loyal to the left leaning Second Spanish Republic, in alliance with the Anarchists and Communists, fought against the Nationalists, an alliance of Falangists, Monarchists, and Catholics, led by General Francisco Franco.Due to the international political climate at the time, the war had many facets Civil War Outpost Let s bring you back to time immemorial The history of lathes from the civil war is interesting Poor technological advancement made warriors use readily available materials to make simple tools for their woodwork and metalwork projects. Civil War Artillery Was a Powerful Force During Battle Civil War artillery barrels came in two varieties They were either smoothbore or rifled Smoothbore artillery such as the Napoleon were made of bronze and shot round iron cannonballs. Rifled artillery pieces such as the pounder Parrott rifle and the inch Ordnance rifle were made of cast iron and wrought iron and used conical shaped shells. Field artillery during the Civil War were John Banks Civil War blog During the night of Saturday, the th instant, under orders, I constructed, with the assistance of Lieutenant and the brigade pioneers, a line of rifle pits along the front of my line, and had moved in at daylight four companies to occupy them as sharpshooters and watch the enemy, when we were suddenly relieved by another brigade and marched around to a new position on the left of the Civil War Cannon Reproductions NU Products Corporation Full size Revolutionary War carriage and cast iron gun barrel Carriage is constructed of solid PVC and steel Wheel height is Carriage is priced at , Civil War Guns HistoryNet Information and Articles About Civil War Guns, a weapon used in the American Civil War Many guns were used in the civil war, including rifles, handguns, muskets and bullets Many technological advances in weaponry occurred during the Civil War, rendering the weapons far lethal and contributing to the enormous casualties of that war.

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    1. Brian Michael Bendis Christos Gage Daniel Knauf Charles Knauf Alex Maleev Mike Perkins Jeremy Haun Patrick Zircher says:

      A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.

    2. I initially felt a lot of sympathy for Iron Man while reading this one. After all, Tony Stark isn’t a villain, and he genuinely thinks that he’s doing the right thing while feeling guilty that he’s causing a lot of trouble for friends of his. Essentially he’s isolated and despised for doing what he sees is the only thing that will prevent the superhero community from being utterly destroyed so you can’t help but feel bad for him. But then Iron Man gets into it with Spider-Man, a guy he [...]

    3. MAJOR SPOILER UPCOMINGThis hurt me so much. It's basically everything I've been saying about Tony from the start. He thought he was right, he fought for what he believed was right. He was trying to save the most lives he could, and he stuck to his convictions. But it didn't matter. No matter how hard he tried, it all went sideways anyway. He did what Cap told him to, he stuck by what he believed was right, and he got destroyed because of it. And in the endIt wasn't worth it.

    4. Marvel's Civil War crossover event is harrowing enough to begin with, but this one really made it personal for me. It's just ow. More than anything else I've read in the Marvel comics, this shows the strength and passion of the friendship between Steve and Tony. 'The Confession' in the last part is especially heart-wrenching, but the desperate need both of them have to prove their point to the other and bring them round to their point of view ow, ow, ow.It's also helpful for understanding Tony's [...]

    5. 4.5 starsI think the biggest thing keeping me from rating this five stars is because how short it is. Because this was great. I would argue that it was the best story in the arc.I'll go ahead and say that I'm anti-registration, but I can see the pros and cons to both sides. This book did so well in showing how Tony Stark feels about all of this that is happening. He makes Tony Stark human in this volume. After (view spoiler)[ Captain America dies in prison(hide spoiler)], Bendis writes this amaz [...]

    6. Want the short review? Tony Stark is a dick.This is the feeling you get from all of the stories collected here, even if the idea is to give you Tony's perspective on the Civil War. It reads like the ramblings of a man who has to defend his actions even though he knows they are wrong.When Happy Hogan has to give you a half-assed answer to the question "am I wrong?" and that's the strongest thing you can go with--you're part human, you know how we feel--then your issue is in big trouble.Tony flail [...]

    7. I think I echo what others have said in their reviews when I say how personal this particular collection makes the Civil War to the reader. I may or may not have cried five times or thereabouts while reading thisThe scenes with Tony and Steve are incredibly heart-breaking as they both remember their friendship, their partnership - the good times that can never be again. And during "The Confession" Never ever have I known Tony Stark to cry, except here. And I cried with him.I honestly have to say [...]

    8. Civil War: Iron Man is set smack bang in the original Civil War arc and adds a lot of character wallop to the proceedings as it explores Captain America's and Iron Man's friendship and how it has come to the situation it has with them both firmly entrenched on opposite sides of the conflict! :DIt really adds a lot to the overall tone of the Civil War as these two old friends meet as they always have but with both knowing what is the likely outcome and you can feel how desperate they both are to [...]

    9. The artwork is gorgeous in this collection of four stories from a civil war storyline that Marvel must had done in the past, which I must admit I have no prior knowledge of. Not that that mattered for me, as I was reading it to get more of an insight into the characters of Iron Man, Tony Stark, and Captain America, Steve Rogers and their 'friendship'. What? I am a slasher, after all ;-)!The first story 'Rubicon' sees Tony and Steve on opposite sides of the war against superhero registration, wit [...]

    10. This book is has all the things I hate about modern superhero comics. The book is a collection of a few disjointed comic book issues that take place during the Civil War story arc Marvel was doing a few years ago. The problem is that each individual issue is completely unrelated to the other issues. There is no overarching story except that Iron Man is kinda mad at Captain America and vice versa. What's worse is that nothing gets resolved in the end. I guess Marvel expects you to buy every comic [...]

    11. Iron Man comes across as the bad guy in Mark Millar's Civil War, and this book tries to cast a more heroic light on him. Still, it's hard for the writers to fully get behind his stance and say "yeah, let's all surrender our freedoms!"The book starts and ends with good one-shots examining the relationship between Iron Man and Captain America. I'm not a huge Avengers fan, so it was nice to see that these characters, which have been stalwarts of the team for over 40 years, do have some history. The [...]

    12. Another comic I picked up for the emotionally resonant reason of “the library had it.” There were some good things about it. The first virtually stand-alone story, which is almost entirely about Tony Stark/Iron Man’s relationship with Steve Rogers/Captain America, was my favorite: you got a good sense of the dynamic between those two guys (and in my case, a new interest in the idea of seeing them make out). The other issues included in this volume had strong points, too, but the whole thin [...]

    13. Overall Rating: 4.5/5This is definitely my favourite book out of all the tie-in Civil War comics, especially with the Captain America & Iron Man specials. After reading the Iron Man tie-in issues, I have so much feels for Tony, it's absolutely excruciating. Tony Stark simply wanted what's best for them, America, & the world. The Cap didn't share his views. The discovery that was revealed in Civil War: Frontlines #11 about Tony quite literally broke my heart. Everything that had been said [...]

    14. As an old Iron Man fan, I really enjoyed the first story presented here - basically it's Tony Stark and Steve Rogers talking and going over their old battles. Despite not regularly reading superhero comics for about 20 years (but still taking a peak once in a while) I remembered most of the incidents between the characters. I was impressed at how these events are recontextualised for the Civil War arc - they didn't change the originals, but managed to fit them into a wider context in a believabl [...]

    15. This is a critical piece of the Marvel Civil War story. For the most part, the writers involved convey the twisted dilemma Iron Man faces. The dramatic events at the end of Civil War help set the tone. Recommended.

    16. I do not have experience reading comics but I think is good. I liked it a lot!! The phrases are amazing. The best ones are of four the second specially and also the last one. My god I LOVE TONY STARK (and comics, so ♡ ♡ ♡)

    17. Great addition to the story. I really feel for Iron Man. Still siding with Captain America though. I do see his point. Art was great. Story was even better.

    18. 1) Tony Was Right2) steve and tony???? in love3) I'm not normally a fan of Bendis' characterisation of Tony, since it too often relies on cheap shots at his supposed 'ego', but compared to Charles and Daniel Knauf's complete and utter misunderstanding of him, Bendis actually becomes the lesser of three evils.Compare the way that the Knaufs have Tony (a genius) misattribute a Groucho Marx quote to Einstein to the way Bendis has him soliloquise about King Pyrrhus and wax poetic about his love of A [...]

    19. 3 stars for the collection, 4 stars for the one-shot issuesSimply put, the conclusion of Mark Millar's Civil War does not paint Tony Stark in a favorable light. Without too much of a spoiler, in the end he can be viewed as a politician so committed to preserving the future of super humans that he's willing to consider ethically murky decisions. The issues collected in this trade lend significant, and I would say, crucial, balance to the primary Civil War tale, as readers gain much more insight i [...]

    20. For people who does not know: (view spoiler)[The Civil War follows the implementation and consequences of the Superhuman Registration Act, a legislative bill which required the mandatory registration of any person based in the United States with super powers. (Basically, the Act goes like "Thou superheroes must take off their mask and be trained properly and shit") Public sentiment toward superheroes plummeted after the New Warriors, a group of young superheroes and the focus of a reality TV sho [...]

    21. With the “Captain America: Civil War” movie set to come out this year, one would have to be living under a rock to be unfamiliar with the basic premise of the Civil War story line. (Not that the movie will—or even can—follow the comic books exactly. But the gist is the same.” The government passes a Registration Act that would require superheroes to be registered, regulated, and trained. This splits the Marvel universe of heroes into two battling factions. (In the movies, it’s just t [...]

    22. There is always another side of the story.I read Captain America's Civil War first, and I think I am still sympathetic to his viewpoint. However, I can completely understand Tony's reasons for backing the Superhero Registration Act. He believes that superheroes shouldn't be going off half-cocked, with poor training and little accountability. Part of his view is informed by events in his own past and his guilt about his own alcoholism while he was also wearing the suit of Iron Man. While Stark is [...]

    23. So I walked out of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and I wanted to read all about Cap and Iron Man in the comics. Yeah. Whoops. I still don't even know how that happened.Here I am beginning by throwing myself into the middle of Marvel at semi-random (after a bunch of browing , anyway), because it sounded like Civil War was a highly relevant thing if you cared about Steve and Tony's relationship, because didn't have the mainline Civil War book in stock, and because I apparently have an awful [...]

    24. Re-read on 01/May/2016We generally don't give enough credit for superhero comics when it comes to narrative techniques, subtext or irony. This collection of Iron Man carries the weight of the Civil War story arc in meager four issues and provides an ending that is tragic and totally worth it. For the sake of characters and the way they have changed during implementation of Superhero Registration Act, It wasn't worth it. When Iron Man and Captain America talk (and even punch) it out as themselves [...]

    25. I really cried while reading this issue. Not only that it was sad to see Cap and Iron man, who were best friends back in the Tales of Suspense, fighting for something which Tony would later claimed as "It wasn't worth it" but also it was wrecking to finally understand Tony's point of view. If Steve would have only heard his confession, he might not have to fight against shellhead. The earlier part of the issue illustrates both of their efforts to land on a reconciliation but due to their stubbor [...]

    26. The Civil War: Iron Man trade paperback includes the Iron Man issues (13-14) that were part of the massive crossover event as well as a pair of one-shot issues that served as Civil War epilogue chapters.Since most of the real Civil War story took place in the Civil War limited series, this collection doesn't really work as a cohesive story. You get an Iron Man/Spymaster side story in issues 13-14, a recap of Iron Man's history with Captain America in the Casualties of War one-shot, and a deeper [...]

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