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Civil War 2006 Crossover Event Reading Order

Civil War is arguably Marvel’s one of the most successful comic book events. In this crossover event, the United States government passed a Superhero Registration Act where all the superheroes have to submit their identity to the US government under official regulation.

However, many superheroes were against this bill led including Captain America and many superheroes supported this bill led by Ironman. Some superheroes like Spiderman were stuck between them. This led to a civil war between Captain America’s team and Ironman’s team.

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    The complete story was more than 1300 pages including all the tie-ins and parallel stories. Superhero Registration Act impacted the lives of almost every superhero in Marvel Universe and Marvel was able to capture the same storyline in their superhit movie Civil War in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    Civil War (2006) FAQ

    SeriesCivil War
    WriterMark Miller
    PencilerSteve McNiven
    Core Parts7
    PublisherMarvel Comics

    What to read before Civil War?

    New Warriors (2004) #1 to #6

    This series will give you insight into new young superheroes added under Avenger’s supervision.

    The road to Civil War

    • Amazing Spider-Man #529
    • Amazing Spider-Man #530
    • Amazing Spider-Man #531
    • Fantastic Four #536
    • Fantastic Four #537
    • New Avengers: Illuminati

    Civil War (2006) Essential reading order

    Civil War huge event in terms of material. However, we listed out some comics which are essential to get the story from its core.

    Civil War #1 to #7

    These seven core issues include everything you need to understand the story. The story starts when one of the villains Nitro explodes against the battle with the New Warrior team and the accident killed more than 600 people. Public opinion turns against superhumans and the story starts.

    Amazing Spiderman #532 to #538

    Spiderman under Ironman’s influence revealed his identity on national television and all of his villains starts targetting his personal life and family. The life of Spiderman was changed by the events of the Civil War and he was one of the most impacted superheroes from this war.

    Fantastic Four #538 to #542

    The Fantastic Four were most affected in this war after Captain America, Ironman, and Spiderman. These tie-ins will show you betrayals and loyalty between the family of the Fantastic Four during the war and the reasons behind their choice of sides during the war.


    Civil War (2006) complete reading order

    1. Civil War #1
    2. She Hulk #8 (2005 Series)
    3. Wolverine #42 (2003 Series)
    4. Amazing Spider-Man #532
    5. Civil War: Front Line #1
    6. Civil War #2
    7. Thunderbolts #103
    8. Civil War: Front Line #2
    9. X-Factor #8 (2005 Series)
    10. New Avengers #21 (2004 Series)
    11. Wolverine #43 (2003 Series)
    12. Amazing Spider-Man #533
    13. Fantastic Four #538
    14. Civil War: Front Line #3
    15. Thunderbolts #104
    16. Civil War: X-Men #1
    17. Civil War #3
    18. Cable & Deadpool #30
    19. Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #1
    20. Civil War: Front Line #4
    21. X-Factor #9 (2005 Series)
    22. New Avengers #22 (2004 Series)
    23. Black Panther #18 (2005 Series)
    24. Wolverine #44 (2003 Series)
    25. Amazing Spider-Man #534
    26. Fantastic Four #539
    27. Civil War: Front Line #5
    28. Ms. Marvel #6 (2006 Series)
    29. Thunderbolts #105
    30. Civil War: X-Men #2
    31. Heroes for Hire #1 (2006 Series)
    32. New Avengers #23 (2004 Series)
    33. Wolverine #45 (2003 Series)
    34. Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #2
    35. Cable & Deadpool #31
    36. Ms. Marvel #7 (2006 Series)
    37. Civil War: X-Men #3
    38. Civil War #4
    39. Wolverine #46 (2003 Series)
    40. Heroes for Hire #2 (2006 Series)
    41. Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #3
    42. Civil War: Front Line #6
    43. Captain America #22 (2004 Series)
    44. Cable & Deadpool #32
    45. Amazing Spider-Man #535
    46. Civil War: Choosing Sides
    47. Fantastic Four #540
    48. Civil War: Front Line #7
    49. Civil War: X-Men #4
    50. Ms. Marvel #8 (2006 Series)
    51. Wolverine #47 (2003 Series)
    52. Heroes for Hire #3 (2006 Series)
    53. Captain America #23 (2004 Series)
    54. New Avengers #24 (2004 Series)
    55. Civil War #5
    56. Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #4
    57. Iron Man #13 (2004 Series)
    58. New Avengers #25 (2004 Series)
    59. Punisher War Journal #1 (2006 Series)
    60. Civil War: Front Line #8
    61. Amazing Spider-Man #536
    62. Black Panther #22 (2005 Series)
    63. Captain America #24 (2004 Series)
    64. Civil War: War Crimes #1
    65. Civil War: Front Line #9
    66. Iron Man #14 (2004 Series)
    67. Fantastic Four #541
    68. Black Panther #23 (2005 Series)
    69. Punisher War Journal #2 (2006 Series)
    70. Civil War #6
    71. Iron Man/Captain America: Casualties of War #1
    72. Civil War: Front Line #10
    73. Amazing Spider-Man #537
    74. Fantastic Four #542
    75. Civil War: The Return #1
    76. Punisher War Journal #3 (2006 Series)
    77. Black Panther #24 (2005 Series)
    78. Civil War #7
    79. Amazing Spider-Man #538
    80. Civil War: Front Line #11
    81. Black Panther #25 (2005 Series)

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