While there were many super villains in the Marvel Comics miniseries ‘Civil War’, none were really the true antagonist of the story. That role went to Iron Man/Tony Stark… or was it Captain America/Steve Rogers? It depends on which side you took. After a tragedy caused by the ineptitude of teen heroes The New Warriors leads to the deaths of hundreds of children, the government forces through a plan to force the superhero community to reveal their true identities and become special agents in their service. Tony Stark toes the line and agrees as to many other heroes, but Captain America sees this is a violation of privacy which could interfere with the heroes’ missions.
Daniel Bruhl Lands A Mystery Villain Role In ‘Captain America: Civil War’
Jason's earliest memory is of watching 'Batman,' followed shortly by a memory of playing Batman & Robin with a friend, which entailed running outside in just their underwear and towels as capes. When adults told them they couldn't run around outside in their underwear, both boys promptly whipped theirs off and ran around in just capes. Jason's father gamely agreed to read him comic books as bedtime stories instead of 'Snow White.' (Super Friends being his favorite.) Jason saw all of the original Star Wars movies (and Indiana Jones and Superman and Star Trek...) in the theaters. Yes, he is old. And grew up in the most GEEKTASTIC decade ever, the 80s, devouring a steady diet of GI Joe, Transformers, Masters of the Universe, Princess of Power and (best of all) Jem! (It totally counts as sci fi! They had a sentient computer that projected holograms!) Jason has studied literature, journalism, film history and has a degree in creative writing (and a minor in psychology) from the University of South Alabama. He has worked as a technical writer and proofreader. These days, most of his creative energy goes into his blog and writing for this site! He lives with the cutest puppies ever.