I love that Civil War II #4 variant cover! Deadpool clearly knows whose side he’s on! 😉
The regular cover is below.
So, does business finally pick up?
Marvel Comics Civil War II #4 Spoilers & Review.
Iron Man seems to believe that new Inhuman Ulysses’ future visions are not real, but theoretical. Iron Man copied Ulysses’ brain somehow earlier in Civil War II and has had time to analyze it to come to the determination that Ulysses’ powers are theoretical visions of the future not actual visions of the future.
And, those visions are being used by Captain Marvel to arrest people like Ms. Green who will get more “attention” from Captain Marvel later in the issue.
The lines are now drawn as Iron Man confronts Captain Marvel about acting on the Ulysses’ visions of the future. Captain Marvel bolts and…
…Iron Man feels he needs to go public with Captain Marvel and SHIELD’s actions what I would call “anticipatory arrest”; an arrest because they anticipate you will commit a crime.
We pivot back to a Ms. Green who has been anticipatory arrested because…
…Ulysses’ future vision linked her with Hydra.
Iron Man confronts Captain Marvel and SHIELD on their own turf and Cap’s forces seem outgunned, but…
….then the Guardians of the Galaxy arrive and they’ve sided with Captain Marvel.
We then get a look to Civil War II #5.
Oh, and earlier in the issue we learn the verdict in Clint Barton / Hawkeye’ s trial over his murder of Bruce Banner / The Hulk last issue…
…Hawkeye is not guilty! Yet, this fact and possibly the end of Civil War II #7 appears to have been spoiled last week.
The media graphic used to announce the verdict is his old – and my preferred – purple Hawkeye costume! Hopefully it will make a comeback in Marvel Now 2016!
Business finally picks up in this issue! The conflict is defined in real relateable terms. Iron Man’s and Captain Marvel’s sides are solidified. Great art. All that is left is to… FIGHT! That comes next issue in Civil War II #5.
Tags: Civil War II, Marvel NOW! (All-New Marvel Now!)