‘Civil War II’: Marvel Comics Teases a Sequel to the Inspirer of ‘Captain America: Civil War’

By Anshul Hardikar | 2 years ago
‘Civil War II’: Marvel Comics Teases a Sequel to the Inspirer of ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Marvel’s “Civil War” is by far one of the biggest comic book events to ever happen in the comic book world. The event that left Captain America dead, divided the “Avengers” and even straightaway inspired next year’s “Captain America: Civil War” will be back for another round as Marvel comics has teased its biggest event ever. Read on for more details.

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According to Movie Pilot, fires of hatred is going to fly again as “Civil War” is going to repeat itself with “Civil War II.” Just like the first one that pitted former “Avengers” allies Captain America and Iron Man against each other, this one too shall do the same.

Only this time around the difference is that Iron Man will have another Captain America to take care of. Steve’s loyal friend Sam Wilson who recently took on the mantle of Captain America in the comics can be seen fighting the self-obsessed billionaire. Issue of the conflict is not known as of yet, but this surprising turn of events took place when comic book retailer Ryan Higgins took to Twitter and shared a picture of the postcard he received from Marvel Comics. Front side of the postcard shows Iron Man fighting Sam Wilson aka Captain America and the back side has the Roman number “II” printed along with a date Spring 2016, which can be assumed as the release date for “Civil War II” comics.

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Comicbook.com added that the postcard contained no other details whatsoever but it can be assumed that Marvel might be prepping for a second “Civil War” right around the time Marvel Cinematic Universe releases “Captain America: Civil War,” a film adaptation of it. After what went down between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark in the comics, it only ended poorly for Steve because the conflict resulted in his death. It remains to be seen if Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers will meet the same fate or continue to carry the Captain America mantle.

“Captain America: Civil War” releases on May 6, 2016.

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Anshul studied Journalism and Broadcasting before venturing out in Online Media. He likes to read, write and travel when he is not working. He has been a full-time writer for MNG since May 2015.