Marvel Announces Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man

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    • CB123638
    • 64 Posts in 7 Months

    Spiderman shouldn't take anyone's side in this. He makes more sense as the middle ground

    • Derangel
    • 133 Posts in 15 Months

    CB123638 said ... (original post)

    Spiderman shouldn't take anyone's side in this. He makes more sense as the middle ground

    I was originally thinking the same thing. A friend and I were discussing CW2 and he made a good point about Spidy. Peter's company is all about changing the future and trying to make things better. Add to that all the loved ones he has seen die over the years, something that will always weigh on him, it does kind of make sense that he would join Carol's side. It also makes sense that he'd want to help this new Inhuman learn how to use their powers responsibly.

    That said, I predict that Carol will end up taking things too far and cause Peter to either change sides or walk away from the whole mess.

  1. I think otherwise . Spidey should have a say and side this time , not flip flop in the middle to not ruffle feathers . While torn , Parker shouldn't be ok with using a potential future , as a way to judge someone's action . That's one step way too far and totalitarian . It also obviously doesn't work that clear cut with the way timelines are in the marvel universe , something many of those heroes should feel after dealing themselves with timetravelling and dimension hopping to alternative and dystopian futures .

    Most X-men should be against too , except an obviously traumatized Old Man logan , considering the attacks and prejudice they faced over predicted futures . Hell they helped defend Hope Summers against a crazy Bishop in Messiah Complex

    • Derangel
    • 133 Posts in 15 Months

    Anonymous5996 said ... (original post)

    I think otherwise . Spidey should have a say and side this time , not flip flop in the middle to not ruffle feathers . While torn , Parker shouldn't be ok with using a potential future , as a way to judge someone's action . That's one step way too far and totalitarian . It also obviously doesn't work that clear cut with the way timelines are in the marvel universe , something many of those heroes should feel after dealing themselves with timetravelling and dimension hopping to alternative and dystopian futures .

    Most X-men should be against too , except an obviously traumatized Old Man logan , considering the attacks and prejudice they faced over predicted futures . Hell they helped defend Hope Summers against a crazy Bishop in Messiah Complex

    I could see most of the X-men either supporting Stark's side or telling both sides to piss off like they did with CW1. Depending on when CW2 is happening in continutity it could be during or after the X-men are dealing with the Apocolypse Wars so a lot of them might just want to be left out of it. Jean could be a wild card. I'm leaning towards her joining Stark but I wouldn't be surprised if she joined Carol's side either.

    • Erasmus
    • 4 Posts in 16 Months

    Doesn't Marvel have any villains for good guys to fight? Seems like for the last few years all good guys do is fight each other. Civil War, Avengers vs X-men, Cyclops and co. vs. the world, and now another civil war? Hey Marvel, bring back the bad guys!

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