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    With Captain America: Civil War releasing in theaters next month on May 6, I think it's time we found out who's team we are on.

    I am on Team Iron Man. Why? Because 1.) Iron Man is one of my favorite superheroes, 2.) I think Iron Man has had a lot of character development since we first saw him in his movie Iron Man and 3.) Iron Man is way more interesting to me than Captain America...

    Whose team are you guys on?

    ( Respect people's opinions! )

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    • I'm on no one's team, because I'm with Spider Man. Cause he might stop the war between Iron Man and Captain America

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    • Understandable :) That would be interesting but I believe Spider Man is already on Iron Man's team

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    • I can't choose who's side I'm on, because both sides have most of my favorite Marvel superheroes.

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    • Now that you mention that, I should probably consider not being on either side XD

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    • Team Captain America

      I am coming at this at both a comic lover perspective and a MCU fan.  The reason I'm with Captain America is because he stands against government, especcially big gigantic global government control.  It is the simply fact that descision to act or not act belongs to the will of people as individuals,  Not to a collective thought process that can easily become corrupted. 

      I am sure Iron Mans beliefs and actions are noble, but the result he is fighting for will show its true colors.  Maybe it won't be realized in this one, or the next movie, or the movie after that, but with a short amount of time people become empowered with a god complex to govern what they deem can and cannot happen.  Those kinds of actions can be catostrophic where as if governing was left to the people then with government obeying them it would be a more viable option.

      This is the case Captain America stand for.  Individuals take care of themselves and others, not a body of government oversight/\

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    • Isn't this what the Marvel Wiki is for? I mean yeah Marvel is owned by Disney and yeah I like it, but, isn't this mean't for the Marvel Comics Database Wiki?

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    • Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: Isn't this what the Marvel Wiki is for? I mean yeah Marvel is owned by Disney and yeah I like it, but, isn't this mean't for the Marvel Comics Database Wiki?

      Oh, I'm sorry... I'll take it down if you'd like.

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    • Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote:
      Isn't this what the Marvel Wiki is for? I mean yeah Marvel is owned by Disney and yeah I like it, but, isn't this mean't for the Marvel Comics Database Wiki?

      This is a discussion on the correct page, it should be allowed. "Disney4Lyfe" does not seem to be breaking any rules for posting this. This movie is owned by Disney and this is a totally valid discussion pertaining to the movie. Sorry if I come off as rude, it's just the way things sound on the internet.

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    • I'm on Team Iron man all the way! What he stands for is correct! Captain America and all of those heroes have fought without even evacuating civilians. Tons have died and they need to be put in check, as Stark states. They need to let the military handle it first and if they can't, then they call the Avengers, which is what the treaty states. Captain America only did this because of Bucky. This is the reason this movie made me dislike Captain America even more. He would let his other friends die in order to save Bucky, which is an insensitive move. He was breaking the law on purpose for no other reason than that he misunderstood the treaty and they were after his friend. If they sign the treaty, then the people would be on their side again, which is what they want, right? Apparently not, since they didn't want to. There are a ton of super powered beings running around the city and they need to be known or it will cause panic and situations that should be avoided. Why allow someone with power to do whatever they want? They're trying to protect the people, but they can't even feel safe with them around because of all the destruction they cause, then they leave and disappear... How does that help people other than make them not trust you more? If you sign the treaty you agree to limit your powers and calm people's nerves, therefore giving you EVEN MORE freedom than before, which is better than rebelling and given less freedom, which is the exact opposite thing they want...

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    • I'm with Captain America because he has more faith in his own judgement (and team) than the government and he is the voice of reason plus I also love Scarlet Witch (who stayed on his side) and feel sorry for her (the loss of her parents and her twin brother, the guilt she felt when she accidentally got some people killed in Lagos when trying to get rid of a bomb, and how she was put under house or not arrest).

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    • I didn't really take a side since they're all supposed to be heroes, but I take Team Captain America, because he has more faith in his own judgement, he believes in himself.  Also, Cap. was afraid the government might keep them from doing something the really should do.  A better reason, Team Captain America found out Zemo was was behind all this so they went to go stop him together, but Team Iron Man got in the way.  They all could've went if it wasn't for them.  Also, Iron Man and the Black Panther let vengence control them.

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