The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Captain America: Civil War” comes out today. The Civil War in question is Iron Man versus Captain America. For some reason, Marvel decided to switch things up from the first movies in the franchise, when Steve Rogers was a big government New Dealer and Tony Stark fought congressional regulation.
The tables have now turned.
I’ll have to see the movie to make my final decision on joining either #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan. But from what I hear about Iron Man’s desire to create an international governing body, I’m probably going with the guy with the shield.
If there is one thing that makes me consider staying on Team Iron Man, it’s that his mask is very, very cool.
While it may not be on Iron Man’s level, at least Captain America has a scope vision helmet that’s not too shabby.
If you want to know more about the political ideologies of Marvel’s two most important heroes, you should check out the comic book “Captain America: Civil War, which is meant as an accompany piece to the movie. You should also read Mark Millar’s “Civil War,” which the flick is based on.
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