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Millar talks Civil War to Vox - The Big Interview!


#1

Some interesting stuff in here about the origins of the comic and this summer’s big movie:

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#2

That’s a great article. It’s amazing that your story from 10 years ago formed the spine of the Marvel print and movie universes.


#3

I enjoyed the article. Civil War is still relevant and that’s amazing.


#4

Does a person accept personal responsibility for their actions, or do they accept a code of conduct? What forms who? It is not a chicken-or-egg question of which came first, for that simply does not matter. It is a matter of what one finds best at the time given the circumstance(s).

Still valid!


#5

Personal responsibility and a code of conduct aren’t mutually exclusive though.
But I get what you’re saying. And Iron Man was the right one.


#6

I think that’s fair. In a rational, grown up review of the facts, it makes sense. What I think hurt his argument was how the policy was applied and some pretty reprehensible things done along the way.


#7

It also didn’t help that there were inconsistencies in his depiction in tie-in stories that muddied the water somewhat.


#8

Great article.

I’m not so sure the quote below rings true when we have a reality star running for President. :wink:

There are a few elements of that original story that certainly fail the test of time, like how big of a role reality television plays in the plot.

I think the real question boils down between freedom vs. security. I’ll side with Cap. :wink:


#9

…is always the right answer :slight_smile:


#10

…unless the question is “Excuse me Sir. Could you please give me directions to the bus station?” :wink: