Civil War Part Three

Part Three

Civil War: Frontline #3 (Jul 12, 2006)
In “Embedded,” journalist is blindfolded and taken to a secret location to meet with some anti-registration heroes who argue their side. Journalist Ben meets with Mr Fantastic, who justifies his position with a mathematical approach. Later, Sally covers a fight between a registered and unregistered hero that ends with an exploding gasoline truck and the death of the registered hero. In “The Accused,” She-Hulk consults with Speedball as his lawyer. In “Sleeper Cell,” an Atlantean operative posing as the proprietor of a pet fish store apparently blows up his store. Final mash up with the World War I poem by Wilfred Owen, “Dulce Et Decorum Est.”

Thunderbolts #104 (Jul 12, 2006)
The Thunderbolts continue rounding up villains and training/coercing them to be on their team; Yellowjacket and Mr Fantastic work building a secret facility with Zemo’s and Radioactive Man’s help. Zemo attempts to forge a secret alliance with Cap and the resistance by telling them that he will be able to let the imprisoned heroes out.

Civil War: X-Men #1 (Jul 19, 1006)
The 198 from the compound at Xavier’s school. Tony Stark gets involved because of the chance that the escaped mutants have joined Cap and the resistance. He has Bishop lead a team to go after them. Meanwhiles, Cyclops, Beast, Angel, and Iceman (the original X-Men, minus Jean Grey) sneak away to bring in the 198 safely.

Civil War #3 (Jul 19, 2006)
Mr Fantastic attempts to get Black Panther to help hunt down unregistered heroes. Yellowjackets and the Wasp attempt to convince Dr Strange, who is fasting in seclusion in hope of a peaceful end to the conflict. Stark attempts to get the X-Men to fight on his side, but the vow to remain neutral, except Bishop. The first major conflict between Iron Man’s and Cap’s forces goes down, and the issue ends with a surprise appearance by Thor, who is known to be dead at the time.

Cable & Deadpool #30 (Jul 19, 2006)
Deadpool becomes an official bounty hunter of non-registered heroes, complete with a badge. Cable tells Cap that the 50 states initiative will turn superheroes into a totalitarian police force; Deadpool attempts to take down Caps team, and he and Daredevil fight and argue.

Black Panther #8 (Jul 26, 2006)
Black Panther and Storm get get married in Wakanda, and most of the superpower community is present. Panther tricks Cap and Iron Man into talking to each other, but they only argue about registration and almost come to blows.

Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways (Jul 2006)
Young Avengers go to get the Runaways and bring them in to safety at Cap’s secret hideout, but the teams clash.

 

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