There’s fightin’ a brewin’ in the world of comics, and you can’t tell the good guys from the bad guys without a scorecard. As always, the six foot rabbit in the room is the only one willing to help out. So here’s…
I’m likely to actually go and see this Civil War movie tomorrow, and I’ll let everyone know how it went when I get back, but until then, I’m fairly sure my judgement is a safe bet.
Ty the Guy OUT!
If you’re one of the millions of fans who never read the original series the movie is based on: It was a fight between factions of the Marvel Universe, some of whom saw the covers as half full, where others saw the covers half empty.
It took until the Black Giant Man was killed before everyone agreed that the covers were simply half finished, and we all went back to work drawing the bottom of things again. Of course, drawing bottoms is what launched Frank Cho’s career.
If you’re interested in the comic story that STARTED all the fighting between factions of the mythical world, look no further than here:
For some reason, my Hulk v The Buddha comic strip was all over facebook last week, and I thought I’d repost it here so folks could at least know where Civil War started. (The Buddha was an original Avenger before Ant-Man, back in the fifties, with 3-D Man and Venus, look it up).