Civil War II Tie-in Series

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Marvel has announced 3 Civil War II tie-in series to coincide with their ongoing Civil War II series! These 3 series will exist alongside Civil War II: X-Men as the Civil War II tie-in books launching in June.

Civil War II: The Amazing Spider-Man will showcase the relationship between Peter Parker and the mysterious Inhuman who is the cause for the conflict. The Inhuman has great power, and who knows better of how to deal with great power than Peter Parker? The 4 issue series will also deal with Peter Parker choosing a side, since that was something he struggled with last time.

Civil War II: Choosing Sides will be Marvel’s anthology book for the event. The series will focus on high profile Marvel characters deciding which side to join on the conflict. The 6 issue series will have several short stories inside of every issue, with a Nick Fury short story at the end of every book. Some issues will feature Night Thrasher, Power Pack, and Damage Control. The series will feature different creative teams each issue.

Civil War II: Gods of War will focus on Hercules and other gods roaming the Marvel universe. The story will be about the responsibility that gods have to prevent the destruction on the Marvel universe. The 4 issue series will also see Hercules assembling a team of Marvel gods, including Gilgamesh, Loreli, and Beowulf. The series will take the place of the Hercules series for the duration of Civil War II.

Other Civil War II Tie-Ins

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Rouge One: A Star Wars Story


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Dead No More Teaser Image


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Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe


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Vote Loki This Presidential Election


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Deadpool News


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All-New All-Different Jessica Jones


Jessica Jones will make her first appearance in the All-New All-Different Marvel universe in Patsy Walker aka HELLCAT! this June. She will star in the next story arc for the series. It was also revealed that Jessica Jones will play a major role in Civil War II.