Posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2007 Peter Sciretta
Marvel has been selling a lot of comic books with civil war series. Last year Spider-Man was forced to reveal his secret identity to everyone. And now Captain America has been killed.
America shot by a sniper in the 25th issue, which arrived in stores yesterday. The situation of the freedom fight for the right began in 1941.
In the Civil War, the government began requiring superheroes to the service by the identity theft, the Prohibition of the development after supervillains and superheroes fought accidentally killing hundreds of civilians. Heroes are compared to weapons of mass destruction that must be controlled.
The registry divided the superhero community in half. Iron Man believes that the superheros should be military training, while Captain America believes legislation is the erosion of Civil Liberties.
In the current issue, Captain America shot dead by alleged assassin Sharon Carter, an intelligence officer was having an emotional affair. She was apparently under the control of the super villain Dr. Faustus.
I didn’t really enjoyed the more patriotic superheros. “Morals” attitude usually results in two-dimensional profile.
Captain America is “killed” during the end of World War II, when she fell in the ocean during a test flight on a plane. Many years later he was discovered by the superhero team the Avengers, encased in ice in a state of suspended animation. It was thawed to continue his career.
Death is not a reality in comic books. Captain America had a movie in development (tentatively scheduled for 2010), in addition to the possibility of the Avengers film is also in the works. So expect him to come back in soon enough. May be someone will find the time portal and we will get back to stop the big battle that caused all this shit. Superhero comics sometimes have the dumbest story lines (Spider-Man clone saga, nuff said).
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