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Plot Synopsis: Civil War (2006) #1
Premiere issue. How accountable to the federal authorities should super-heroes be for their actions? Collateral damage to innocent bystanders is the worst nightmare of costumed crime-fighters who battle super-villains to thwart their nefarious schemes. With the tremendous powers and forces that are wielded by combatants on both sides of these conflicts, it seems inevitable that civilian casualties will someday result. And that's exactly what happens at the beginning of our story as the New Warriors have a tragic run-in with super-foes as part of their reality TV show.

Hundreds of children die at a Stamford, Conn., elementary school when Namorita dukes it out with Nitro. The tragedy fuels an effort by the federal government to register, train and deputize super-heroes. But that initiative is met with mixed reaction among the cape and cowl crowd. Whereas Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic and Spider-Man seem to favor registration and training, others who mistrust the government such as Wolverine, Luke Cage and Spider-Woman vehemently oppose it. As the living symbol of the U.S.A., Captain America is shocked by which side he finds himself on. Written by Mark Millar with art by Steve McNiven and Dexter Vines.

Publisher: MarvelTitle: CIVIL WAR (2006)
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