Iron Man proves himself right in Civil War, but not for the reason you’d expect.
Throughout the history of Marvel there have been numerous events that have redirected the marvel universe. Some of these comics were tied to the X Men What House of M. Nevertheless, one of the most relevant and that affected all the heroes equally was the well-known event civil war.
Iron Man Proves He Was Right In Civil War, But Not For The Reason You’d Expect
The civil war of Marvel, which has two parts, pitted the heroes themselves against each other who had to choose between two sides. The first was led by Hombre de Hierro and they argued that everyone should reveal their identities to the world. The side of Captain America did not agree with this, since showing who they were to the world could mark as goals to many of his loved ones. It was an event that caused a lot of controversy within Marvel and that even brought to light the identity of Spider-Man himself.
For many years there was never a consensus to know which of the two sides was right. They both had good reason to. hold your ground. However, the passage of time has ended up giving reason to Hombre de Hierro and his idea that their identities must have come to light.
Finally, Marvel has shown that Iron Man was not crazy when defending the supervision of superheroes during the civil warbut only about a particular hero. Tony Stark He is one of the most unstable characters in the marvel universe, and his penchant for acting like his own worst enemy has only increased with the passage of time. now the comic Invincible Iron Man #2 has shown the reason why Tony Stark was precisely right in the conflict of the civil war.
the comic of civil warwhich was published in 2006, changed the marvel universe forever and even caused the death of several heroes. After it happened a devastating attack at a school as a superhero team failed to defeat an explosive villain, the United States government defended the Superhero Registration Act. This document required all superheroes to register their secret identities with the government. From the first moment, Hombre de Hierro supported the idea. However, the Captain America and thus would begin an internal battle between the heroes that would even take the path of violence.
In Invincible Iron Man #2which has been written by Gerry Duggan and drawn by Juan Frigeri, Hombre de Hierro allows you to Riri Williams see his new home: an empty basement that has virtually no furniture and not even a bed. Meanwhile, the news of one of the last events of genius Tony Stark begins to turn in the media.
the whole purpose of Registration Law was to avoid superheroes with minimal training or experience would fight in public and make things worse. In the recent history of Hulk vs. Thor: Banner of WarTony launched himself into space, without authorization, with a giant celestial armor, but he did not manage to win the fight in any way and he almost got himself killed. Most recently, the Judgment Day event began when Tony decided to wake up Heavenly Progenitorwho immediately decided to judge humanity and nearly destroys Earth in the process.
For these reasons, Marvel shows that Hombre de Hierro he was always right in the event of the civil war, but even he himself could not guess the reason. No hero needed more supervision than himself. Even now, Tony Stark manages to take two steps forward and one step back in his stories while in one of his worst personal moments. Iron Man is changing within a slow process that could not not be enough. It is possible that Tony Stark requires a Registration Law dedicated entirely to him.