Art by: David Marquez, Sean Izaakse, and Justin Ponsor
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: September 21, 2016
Review by: Branden Murray
- Obviously Captain Marvel and Iron Man kick things off going back and forth, energy blasting each other into oblivion.
- Dr. Strange, using magic powers that he should not have access to currently, takes on the Extraordinary X-Men, inexplicably on the same side of the Inhumans. The same Inhumans who’s Terrigan Mist have been killing mutants across the globe. Someone explain how any of this works to me … I’m waiting.
- Blue Marvel takes on Luke Cage, who has stated he was staying out of this fight between heroes just last week in another Bendis written title, Spider-Man #7. Nova takes the opportunity to cheap shot Blue Marvel who’s distracted, then takes off running … possibly to hide behind his mother’s legs.
- Magik (from the X-Men) takes on Sam Wilson transporting him to Hollywood and out of the fight, again with magic that shouldn’t currently exist in the Marvel timeline (see the Dr. Strange books).
- Rocket Raccoon gets lambasted by Miles Morales before Agent Venom comes running to his aid.
- Guardian leader, Star Lord, sizes up Steve Rogers and gives the reason of, the Guardians are better friends with Carol than Tony. I guess that’s their reasoning and their sticking to it. They just really want to punch fellow heroes their familiar and friendly with.
- Vision, in an almost identical moment to Civil War the movie, misses a shot with his mind gem and destroys something (instead of someone this time) he shouldn’t …. the Guardians spaceship. Stranding the crew on Earth.
- Finally, the Inhumans, the reason this entire fight is happening decide to show up at the end bringing along another unnecessary Ulysses vision to the party with them.