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Before hero stands against hero, Brian Michael Bendis and Jim Cheung bring you a snapshot of the conflict that will split the Marvel Universe in two! But that's not all! Beware the sting of the All-New Wasp! FCBD CIVIL WAR II #1 will also feature a special second story from All-New, All-Different Avengers writer Mark Waid and legendary artist Alan Davis. Be there as this m Before hero stands against hero, Brian Michael Bendis and Jim Cheung bring you a snapshot of the conflict that will split the Marvel Universe in two! But that's not all! Beware the sting of the All-New Wasp! FCBD CIVIL WAR II #1 will also feature a special second story from All-New, All-Different Avengers writer Mark Waid and legendary artist Alan Davis. Be there as this mysterious new character makes their big debut! Are they friend or foe? How will their coming impact on the lives of the All-New, All-Different Avengers? The answers may surprise you, True Believer! Not only do you get a lead in to the escalating conflict of Civil War II, but you'll also be introduced to a big new character as the All-New Wasp rockets into the Marvel Universe.


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Before hero stands against hero, Brian Michael Bendis and Jim Cheung bring you a snapshot of the conflict that will split the Marvel Universe in two! But that's not all! Beware the sting of the All-New Wasp! FCBD CIVIL WAR II #1 will also feature a special second story from All-New, All-Different Avengers writer Mark Waid and legendary artist Alan Davis. Be there as this m Before hero stands against hero, Brian Michael Bendis and Jim Cheung bring you a snapshot of the conflict that will split the Marvel Universe in two! But that's not all! Beware the sting of the All-New Wasp! FCBD CIVIL WAR II #1 will also feature a special second story from All-New, All-Different Avengers writer Mark Waid and legendary artist Alan Davis. Be there as this mysterious new character makes their big debut! Are they friend or foe? How will their coming impact on the lives of the All-New, All-Different Avengers? The answers may surprise you, True Believer! Not only do you get a lead in to the escalating conflict of Civil War II, but you'll also be introduced to a big new character as the All-New Wasp rockets into the Marvel Universe.

30 review for FCBD 2016: Civil War II #1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    Actually, this was cute and well done. Rhodey, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, the Uncanny Inhumans, Ms. America, She-Hulk, Blue Marvel, etc. etc. Human Torch... they all star in this. What is great about these Marvel superhero teams is the cute banter and great interpersonal relationships. Captain Marvel and Rhodey mack, Black Panther turns around to give them some privacy and jokes about throwing up in his mask. LOL And Rhodey and Captain Marvel are cute together. The art is stunning and I'm LOV Actually, this was cute and well done. Rhodey, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, the Uncanny Inhumans, Ms. America, She-Hulk, Blue Marvel, etc. etc. Human Torch... they all star in this. What is great about these Marvel superhero teams is the cute banter and great interpersonal relationships. Captain Marvel and Rhodey mack, Black Panther turns around to give them some privacy and jokes about throwing up in his mask. LOL And Rhodey and Captain Marvel are cute together. The art is stunning and I'm LOVING all the females Marvel is throwing at me. THROWING. AT ME. It seems every single one of their heroes has a female version now, AND IT'S GLORIOUS. Benefits everyone. Women get to kick ass and be awesome, men get to have more kickass babes in comics, and kids get to grow up seeing women be awesome fighter heroes! I love seeing She-Hulk and Captain Marvel take bad guys down! I love seeing Wolverine get beaten to the punch (literally) by Ms. Marvel. FUCKING A. Is DC going to catch up on this? Unclear. They certainly pale in relation to Marvel in many respects, and after that horrible Batman v Superman film, it's not looking good... Captain America: Civil War blew that shit out of the water. This comic also includes a teaser for The Wasp, another female badass who has studied Pym's technology and is now wrecking havoc on villains. :D Tl;dr - A win.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ankit Saxena

    Something's Worthy This is something worthy to read. Sum of good sense in one short read. Would like to go through full magazine. Something's Worthy This is something worthy to read. Sum of good sense in one short read. Would like to go through full magazine.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Happy Free Comic Book Day everyone! This is one of Marvel’s two offerings this year and it’s the one that teases their summer event, Civil War II. Writer Brian Bendis has talked about how the title is a bit of a misnomer (and from what I’ve seen of it so far, he’s right) but it was latched onto because of the name recognition of both Mark Millar’s bestselling book and the big Cap movie that’s currently making their studio a butt-load of money! This issue confused me about the post-Secret Wars wo Happy Free Comic Book Day everyone! This is one of Marvel’s two offerings this year and it’s the one that teases their summer event, Civil War II. Writer Brian Bendis has talked about how the title is a bit of a misnomer (and from what I’ve seen of it so far, he’s right) but it was latched onto because of the name recognition of both Mark Millar’s bestselling book and the big Cap movie that’s currently making their studio a butt-load of money! This issue confused me about the post-Secret Wars world. When I last saw Thanos, he was encased in some kind of carbonite-type material at the end of Infinity but apparently he’s gotten free at some point (though he hasn’t gotten free of his obsession with the cosmic cube). The Avengers are at the Triskelion, the Ultimates’ HQ, which I guess somehow got saved before the Ultimates universe got blowed up? Alright. The Avengers want to study Ulysses, an Inhuman (ugh) with the ability to see the future - and then Thanos enters Cable-style warping in with a buncha big guns. Fightin’ time! A character gets hurt (who also gets messed up in the Civil War movie) and that’s the story. Very underwhelming stuff. Thanos’ appearance and motivations are cliched, as are the Avengers/Inhumans reaction - Thanos is the bad guy, he wants his MacGuffin as always, they fight him because they’re the good guys. The Inhumans suck because they’re substandard X-Men knockoffs but the worst part is that I’m not sure what the story of Civil War II is meant to be going by this which I thought I’d at least get an inkling of here. The issue closes out with a Mark Waid/Alan Davis All-New All-Different Avengers story which features decades-old characters the Wasp and the Vision in the same roles they’ve always had; “new” and “different” indeed - Marvel continuing this comic’s theme of misleading titles! Wasp gives us a truncated version of how she came by her equipment and the boring story continues to leave me disinterested in this Avengers title. Weak sauce, Marvel, but I guess it’s free so you get what you pay for! This comic was supposed to have the opposite effect but I’m now even less likely to check out Civil War II when it launches later this month. If you didn’t get your free copy, you didn’t miss much but if you’re looking to read it, it’ll be up on Comixology for free download real soon so keep an eye out there. ‘Til next year, True Believers!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Terence

    Civil War II gives a brief glimpse of the individual whose abilities cause a rift between heroes, Ulysses. Ulysses is a new Inhuman with the ability to see into the future. This issue however does not highlight why his ability will cause a conflict. The story is just an OK one. Ulysses predicts Thanos's arrival and some heroes have a showdown with him. I'm choosing to pretend the second story wasn't part of the comic because it felt dull and pointless. 2.5 out of 5 stars Civil War II gives a brief glimpse of the individual whose abilities cause a rift between heroes, Ulysses. Ulysses is a new Inhuman with the ability to see into the future. This issue however does not highlight why his ability will cause a conflict. The story is just an OK one. Ulysses predicts Thanos's arrival and some heroes have a showdown with him. I'm choosing to pretend the second story wasn't part of the comic because it felt dull and pointless. 2.5 out of 5 stars

  5. 4 out of 5

    Liam

    Two great stories that left me wanting more!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ivy

    5 stars Got this comic during Free Comic Book Day 2016. Good comic book. Liked seeing the Avengers. Interesting to see Thanos. Hope She-Hulk and Iron Patriot will be okay. Can't wait to read more Marvel Comics!!!! 5 stars Got this comic during Free Comic Book Day 2016. Good comic book. Liked seeing the Avengers. Interesting to see Thanos. Hope She-Hulk and Iron Patriot will be okay. Can't wait to read more Marvel Comics!!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    First things first, this Free Comic Book Day offering from Marvel has nothing to do with the blockbuster movie currently out in theaters with a similar name, nor do I think it has much to do with the previous Civil War event. That aside, it just wasn't terribly interesting, and unlike Secret Wars #0, Marvel's Free Comic Book Day offering from last year, it did not do its job of getting me excited for the upcoming event. First things first, this Free Comic Book Day offering from Marvel has nothing to do with the blockbuster movie currently out in theaters with a similar name, nor do I think it has much to do with the previous Civil War event. That aside, it just wasn't terribly interesting, and unlike Secret Wars #0, Marvel's Free Comic Book Day offering from last year, it did not do its job of getting me excited for the upcoming event.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Starr Light

    Bullet Review: All these event novels feel the exact same...characters change slightly as the continuity gets reset but is there any other difference?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Eli

    2.5 stars So I finally read this after I got it on Free Comic Book Day 2016. I'm glad I didn't rush over it, because it was nothing special. This doesn't really shed any light on the Civil War II event, so I know nothing about that yet. But it did introduce some lesser known characters, specifically female characters that will be given more focus in future Marvel comics. That's probably the biggest positive aspect of this brief issue. I also liked the interracial relationship between Captain Marv 2.5 stars So I finally read this after I got it on Free Comic Book Day 2016. I'm glad I didn't rush over it, because it was nothing special. This doesn't really shed any light on the Civil War II event, so I know nothing about that yet. But it did introduce some lesser known characters, specifically female characters that will be given more focus in future Marvel comics. That's probably the biggest positive aspect of this brief issue. I also liked the interracial relationship between Captain Marvel and War Machine. Very glad to see some diversity in comics. I'm at least remotely interested to see where this is heading.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    This Free Comic Book Day issue was half a Civil War II prequel and half All-New, All-Different Avengers. Civil War II featured several characters I knew: Rhodey, T'Challa, Captain Marvel, She-Hulk and others fighting Thanos. Not much to the plot here, just a kid with psychic powers predicting Thanos' arrival and then a battle. The Avengers half was all about Wasp, who isn't the original Wasp but a thief who breaks into the deceased Hank Pym's workshop and steals his stuff. I have not been readin This Free Comic Book Day issue was half a Civil War II prequel and half All-New, All-Different Avengers. Civil War II featured several characters I knew: Rhodey, T'Challa, Captain Marvel, She-Hulk and others fighting Thanos. Not much to the plot here, just a kid with psychic powers predicting Thanos' arrival and then a battle. The Avengers half was all about Wasp, who isn't the original Wasp but a thief who breaks into the deceased Hank Pym's workshop and steals his stuff. I have not been reading this particular run so I don't know exactly how this bit works into the arc of the current story. I enjoyed the artwork of both although I wish there had been more of my favorite characters.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    The free comic book day edition of Civil War II is free on Marvel's website. I encourage you to read Civil War II #0 before this but to read this before you read #1. This entire arc is being set up because an inhuman can now see the future events before they happen. The Inhumans and Ultimates think this is a great way to stop possible destruction before it ever happens while Iron Man has some serious issues with it. Something happens in this FCBD edition that is super important to this entire st The free comic book day edition of Civil War II is free on Marvel's website. I encourage you to read Civil War II #0 before this but to read this before you read #1. This entire arc is being set up because an inhuman can now see the future events before they happen. The Inhumans and Ultimates think this is a great way to stop possible destruction before it ever happens while Iron Man has some serious issues with it. Something happens in this FCBD edition that is super important to this entire story. It is glossed over in the first issue but this FCBD issue shows it in more detail. Pretty good. Art isn't as strong as the other issues after it though.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Richard Dominguez

    This issue of FCBD 2016 brings 2 really good intro story lines. 1) "Civil War II" T'challa, Captain Marvel and War Machine join forces with the Inhumans to battle Thanos. The art work is spectacular and the action furious. 2) All New Avengers "Buzzed" introduces us to the new "Wasp" with a ending panel that just blew me away 2 good stories well worth checking out This issue of FCBD 2016 brings 2 really good intro story lines. 1) "Civil War II" T'challa, Captain Marvel and War Machine join forces with the Inhumans to battle Thanos. The art work is spectacular and the action furious. 2) All New Avengers "Buzzed" introduces us to the new "Wasp" with a ending panel that just blew me away 2 good stories well worth checking out

  13. 4 out of 5

    Hager Moharram

    I loved it so much. The art is amazing and I loved it the characters. It is way better than the movies. I want to see more of these characters which didn’t exist in the movies

  14. 4 out of 5

    James Rodrigues

    The first of Marvel's free comic book day offerings is an issue composed of two separate tales. The first is a lead-in to the Civil War II event, which shows an opening battle with Thanos, which leads to a couple of characters left in bad states. The second tale focuses on the new Wasp, who's introduced and explains how she gets her abilities. Both stories are intriguing, but nothing that leaves you absolutely impatient for the new stories. Just teasers for upcoming moments in Marvel's comics, th The first of Marvel's free comic book day offerings is an issue composed of two separate tales. The first is a lead-in to the Civil War II event, which shows an opening battle with Thanos, which leads to a couple of characters left in bad states. The second tale focuses on the new Wasp, who's introduced and explains how she gets her abilities. Both stories are intriguing, but nothing that leaves you absolutely impatient for the new stories. Just teasers for upcoming moments in Marvel's comics, that's all.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Edna

    I don't read the Ultimates, In-humans or even A-Force (I've had A-Force for a while but I still haven't gotten around to it) so these characters and their past storylines aren't too familiar to me. This doesn't give too much but that's because they split the issue to share with space with a look at the Wasp. What was shown didn't interest me. I already read Civil War #0 and that also wasn't too interesting. I'm not sure I care to follow this event save for when the Marvel characters I do read ha I don't read the Ultimates, In-humans or even A-Force (I've had A-Force for a while but I still haven't gotten around to it) so these characters and their past storylines aren't too familiar to me. This doesn't give too much but that's because they split the issue to share with space with a look at the Wasp. What was shown didn't interest me. I already read Civil War #0 and that also wasn't too interesting. I'm not sure I care to follow this event save for when the Marvel characters I do read have their crossover issues.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Fran

    I thought I'd read this as I understood it to be an entry point for the Civil War II event, but if it is then it's not a very good one. It confusingly dumps you into the middle of something with no introduction and is very short. I don't think it's the best hook that Marvel could've published for FCBD to get people into the Civil War II event. I'm going to try reading the main event line this time, I think, and see how I find it. I thought I'd read this as I understood it to be an entry point for the Civil War II event, but if it is then it's not a very good one. It confusingly dumps you into the middle of something with no introduction and is very short. I don't think it's the best hook that Marvel could've published for FCBD to get people into the Civil War II event. I'm going to try reading the main event line this time, I think, and see how I find it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    I was interested in Civil War II already. Now I'm excited for it. I was interested in Civil War II already. Now I'm excited for it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    The Sapphic Nerd

    I can safely say I'll be passing up on this event. At least in single issues. Depending on the reviews I may try to trade for Captain Marvel, but... meh. I really dislike the way her face is drawn. I can safely say I'll be passing up on this event. At least in single issues. Depending on the reviews I may try to trade for Captain Marvel, but... meh. I really dislike the way her face is drawn.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lör K.

    hey the kindle goodreads rating thing actually works So I was browsing through my kindle app at about 1am just trying to find something to read when I came across this. I don't remember downloading it at all, I'm not sure how it got in my kindle library but. Boom. So hey ho, I'm seeing Infinity War soon so I decided to read through this. This wasn't as enjoyable as I thought it was gonna be, if I'm honest. This seemed very rushed, the story was quite confusing, there wasn't an explanation to anyt hey the kindle goodreads rating thing actually works So I was browsing through my kindle app at about 1am just trying to find something to read when I came across this. I don't remember downloading it at all, I'm not sure how it got in my kindle library but. Boom. So hey ho, I'm seeing Infinity War soon so I decided to read through this. This wasn't as enjoyable as I thought it was gonna be, if I'm honest. This seemed very rushed, the story was quite confusing, there wasn't an explanation to anything just oh thanos is coming, oh. Thanos is HERE and some fight scenes. I expected this to be a bit of a tear jerker but hey... I forgot I have to stop expecting this stuff. I wanted to enjoy this I did but again, it was quite rushed and there was just no explanations. The artwork was enjoyable, extremely, but I think that's the only good thing this comic has, in my opinion. This could have had a lot more added to it / edited around, but it seems they just wanted to do a quick comic and get it out there. A very nice introduction to a newer character for the plot, very good artwork, but the rushed feel of the comic really let it down for me.

  20. 5 out of 5

    David Caldwell

    Two teasers This free comic contains two reader stories. That is stories that just show you enough to get you interested but don't actually have the full story. He first is a pairing up of the Ultimates and the Inhumans fighting Thanos. The second is about a young woman that uses the recently deceased Hank Pym's technology to become the Wasp and her first act is to introduce herself to the Avengers by attacking them. The stories looked interesting, the artwork was visually appealing, and it was fr Two teasers This free comic contains two reader stories. That is stories that just show you enough to get you interested but don't actually have the full story. He first is a pairing up of the Ultimates and the Inhumans fighting Thanos. The second is about a young woman that uses the recently deceased Hank Pym's technology to become the Wasp and her first act is to introduce herself to the Avengers by attacking them. The stories looked interesting, the artwork was visually appealing, and it was free so not bad overall.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gregory Spruell

    Not enough to give a clear review This comic was over before it could get going. The story telling is all over the place. The movement and flow is slipshod and convoluted. I like good storytelling with an idea and direction and I didn't feel that here. By the time Thanos arrived I was lost because no one explained how they realised that he was going to show up where he did or that a plan was made to stop him. Let alone that one was being devised. Comic is supposed to have you flow into the story Not enough to give a clear review This comic was over before it could get going. The story telling is all over the place. The movement and flow is slipshod and convoluted. I like good storytelling with an idea and direction and I didn't feel that here. By the time Thanos arrived I was lost because no one explained how they realised that he was going to show up where he did or that a plan was made to stop him. Let alone that one was being devised. Comic is supposed to have you flow into the story as soon as you open it. This doesn't.

  22. 4 out of 5

    michael lyke

    Too short. Stops at cliffhangers in both parts of story. Hate when that happens makes me want to not read in first place. Still a good bit of fighting and action just bad stopping point in both parts of story. Hate when that happens makes me want to notread in first place. Still a good bit of fighting and action just bad stopping

  23. 5 out of 5

    A.M.

    A teaser for both Civil War II - Thanos is back - is Squirrel Girl the only one who can take him down? And a starter for Wasp. Yay! Beautiful pages. Reading on my phone and zooming in to see the all the details in colour! 4 stars

  24. 4 out of 5

    Soma De

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  25. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    Disappointing Well it was a free comic on Comic Book Day with only 23 pages. I was left with a cliffhanger and a too quick read.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gilmar

    Nice opening This is a nice opening. It makes you want to continue reading the story to see what's going to happen with Thanos. Nice opening This is a nice opening. It makes you want to continue reading the story to see what's going to happen with Thanos.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jagmeet Singh Sandhu

    Nice storyline Good comic nice storyline .waiting to get next episode soon. Every marvel comics are awesome and fantastic great 👍 like

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maxine Holten

    Boring Not much story and was really boring. Didn't grab my attention. I wish it had more than a few pages. Boring Not much story and was really boring. Didn't grab my attention. I wish it had more than a few pages.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Silver

    confused suppose to be about one guy but turned into more of a side mission of the wasp lady why did that happen

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Penwell

    Lots of action I like the story of this comic. The humor and action are good. Black panther is the definition of third wheel in the beginning.

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