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Comic Book Review: Civil War #6 - Comic Book Revolution
Civil War continues to amaze me in how much it has just completely missed the mark. Marvel had a chance to deliver one incredibly complex and engaging story. Instead, Marvel has passed off a shallow poorly developed storyline laced with flashy brawls between big name heroes designed to titillate every fanboy’s fantasies. Millar has done the best with what Marvel has given him. McNiven, even though his inability to maintain a deadline has really de-railed any and all momentum this mini-series had, still has provided some wonderful artwork. Let’s go ahead and hit the review for Civil War #6. Creative TeamWriter: Mark MillarPenciler: Steve McNivenInker: Dexter Vines Art Rating: 9 Night Girls out of 10Story Rating: 6 Night Girls out of 10Overall Rating: 7.5 Night Girls out of 10 Synopsis: We begin with Dr. Henry Pym overseeing the training of young super heroes at a S.H.I.E.L.D. training facility in Arizona. We see a female Hawkeye. We also see a strong man named Hercules. Maria Hill tells Pym that they have the Avengers in New York and these heroes they are watching called the Champions in California. They have Mormon heroes in Utah, the Spaceknights in Chicago and Force Works in [...]