Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man #1 by Christos GageThe Amazing Spider-Man gets caught up in Civil War II! Theres a new Inhuman with the ability to seemingly predict the future, and as the heroes of the Marvel Universe continue to grapple with their feelings about his very existence one thing almost everyone can agree on is that he bears a tremendous responsibility to use his powers safely. Peter Parker, aka THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, knows a thing or two about that- too bad hes also got the ol Parker luck working against him.
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Regardless of how the main Civil War II series fares, it seems we can expect some solid tie-ins from Marvel's latest big crossover. Is this the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Marvel events always bring about a huge wave of tie-ins. That's inevitable. But much of the appeal with the original Civil War stemmed from the fact that the tie-ins were such a logical extension of the core mini-series. One way or another, the conflict over superhuman registration affected every hero in the Marvel Universe.
They try to use their gas against him, but he had mask filters installed after too many bad experiences with villains. He webs one of its arms to the ground and leaps to one of the pilot cabins, telling the man inside that if they are smart enough to build a Quintronic Man, they should know when to save their own lives. They see that their core is overheating and Spider Man tells them to guide the robot into the river, which they do and jump to be cached by the hero. The water cools down the core, one of the pilots saying that if it had blown up, it would have taken half a block with it. Spider-Man confirms this and says that they are going to jail, if they had any doubt.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. - When Ulysses -- the newest Inhuman -- was last seen in "Civil War II" 1, his newfound precognitive abilities were at the center of a decision that led to tragedy for two heroes. As a result, Spider-Man decides to keep the fledgling superhuman around in Christos Gage and Travel Foreman's "Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man" 1, a largely pointless issue that reiterates both the benefit as well as the ethical dilemma around the character's powers.
Debuting in June of that year, it is the sequel to 's " Civil War " and consists of a nine-issue eponymous core limited series , by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artists David Marquez and Justin Ponsor, and a number of tie-in books. Functioning as an allegory about the nature of determinism versus free will ,   the story sees opposing factions of superheroes led by Captain Marvel and Iron Man come into conflict when a new Inhuman named Ulysses emerges with the ability to predict the future. The debut of the series was scheduled to capitalize on the release of the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War. The repercussions of the storyline resulted in the new status quo of the Marvel Universe presented in the subsequent "Divided We Stand" storyline, which was released as part of the company's Marvel NOW! While the issues involved are different, we'll be taking the same approach to Civil War II. The idea of the sequel was conceived at one of Marvel's semi-annual editorial retreats. This abbreviated timetable was necessary in order to capitalize on the release of the feature film Captain America: Civil War , which was released in May
In Manhattan at night, Spider-Man is being chased by the Vulturions in the air, who were interrupted by the hero in a robbery despite having killed the alarms. Spidey hits a Vulturion with a web and grabs him, but another Vulturion hits them both, causing them to crash into a chimney in a rooftop. The same Vulturion grabs Spider-Man and tells the remaining two to fire their poison darts, but Spidey flips him over and he gets the hit. The remaining Vulturions attempt to flee rather than give their leader the antidote, but Spidey catches one's legs in his webs and crashes him into the other. He webs up both before they fall to their deaths, gives their leader Honcho the general antitoxin and asks the newly arriving Ulysses what did he learned.