The next fight among superheroes could be in Captain Marvel 2 here’s how another Civil War can come to MCU.
The next big team-up movie for the superheroes of MCU might be a Captain Marvel story. Civil War 2 (2016), a comic series that released almost 10 years after the Civil War (2006-2007), shows Carol Danvers AKA Captain Marvel leading the rebellion.
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Civil War in Marvel Comics
The first Civil War of Marvel comics became one of the most talked-about stories ever, eventually leading to coming to the big screen in the form of Captain America: Civil War (2016). What made it so popular was the way it made the superheroes more human through their thought process. Each character chose a side, and their relationships underwent an altering that would remain so for years to come. All of it began with Iron-Man leading the support for the Superhero Registration Act. This Act would make the superheroes answerable to the US government. Captain America opposed this and led a team of heroes, including Wolverine, Luke Cage, the Thing, and Hercules and more, against “Team Iron-Man.”
Rivalry Between Earth’s Mightiest In The MCU
2016’s Captain America: Civil War saw the same thing. The Sokovia Accords led to the separation among the various members of the Avengers. Cap and Tony fell apart, and a war is what followed. While Cap won the “war” literally, Tony emerged victorious, as Team Cap would from then on become a group of vigilantes. However, eventually, the various superheroes put aside their differences, and the US government altogether, and “assembled” to fight Thanos. But, while it does seem that the Civil War was, in a way, avoided, a second Civil War might be imminent.
As it is with Marvel, while the two teams were led by Captain America and Iron-Man respectively, the other characters, on either team, were different from those in the comics. And this was only natural provided that this was the way that the MCU had set up each character since the beginning. Be that as it may, fans never really hated this experiment. While we would not have Iron-Man in MCU Civil War 2, we can expect Marvel to bring up a worthy alternative to Tony’s absence.
What Happened in Civil War 2 in Marvel Comics?
What led the Civil War 2 in motion was a new inhuman known as Ulysses. His ability to see the future was a way to stop threats and events from occurring. Thus in doing so, it dealt with the subject of free will as a person would be judged based on what he or she had not yet done. While Captain Marvel supported this, Tony AKA Iron-Man, who had already been through Civil War I, believed in free will and that the future was always undetermined. The driving force for all this was when Ulysses saw a vision of Miles Morales would kill Captain America. There was a lot of debate over it and that whether the vision was 100% accurate.
How Phase 4 Can Lead to Another Civil War
If we consider the past and its effects on the present and future, we need to remember that many of the Avengers, from Team Cap, are still “vigilantes.” These include Scarlett Witch, Hawkeye, and even the new Captain America AKA Sam Wilson AKA the Falcon, whom we will see in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
With Thanos defeated, MCU can revisit the issue at hand in Civil War 2, about how much freedom the superheroes should have over their actions. And this makes more sense now, with the whole world being affected by Thanos’ snap primarily. So, this can be corporate into a future sequel as Civil War event too. The moral debate will remain, and incorporating Civil War 2 storyline will make it completely different from its predecessor.
It will take time to bring the Civil War 2 storyline into the MCU. And we might have to wait for Phase 5 to arrive. However, this gives Marvel ample time to introduce new characters with which it has already begun. Thor: Love and Thunder will have a female Thor. Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk will also be arriving. Kamala Khan will be there in Captain Marvel 2.
Kate Bishop will debut in the Hawkeye series. And many more are yet to arrive; at least, we hope so. And we already have our new Captain America AKA Sam Wilson. With all these characters, Marvel will have enough of them to make two separate teams fallen apart in MCU Civil War 2.