" Civil War " is a 2006–07 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven , and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly " Avengers Disassembled ", " House of M ", and "Decimation" . The tagline for the series is, "Whose Side Are You On?" [1]

The series received polarized reviews by critics but lauded by audiences and was a commercial success. The series is the basis for the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War , which likewise features Captain America and Iron Man in opposition to each other.

The premise of Civil War involves the introduction of a Superhuman Registration Act in the United States. Mark Millar, writer for the story, has said:

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 3 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART / COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
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Dave Lizewski has taken a HORRIFYING and EXHILARATING plunge. Armed with minimal combat training and a pair of batons, he donned a mask and set out to become a real superhero, Kick-Ass. And he succeeded. Wildly. Kick-Ass and tween black belt Hit-Girl took on the mafia—and won. But his arch nemesis Red Mist now thinks superheroes are passé and has become the world's most notorious super villain. His first target? Dave Lizewski's family.
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KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 4 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART/COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
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Who knew an 18-year-old could become a real superhero? Dave Lizewski did. After being trained up in combat by black belt preteen Hit-Girl, the two superheroes joined forces and took on the mafia. Now Hit-Girl's been thrown in jail, the police have cracked down on superheroes, and outlawed them completely. Without the pint-sized tween assassin by his side, can Kick-Ass really lead Justice Forever and beat the bad guys?
Collects KICK-ASS 3 #1-8

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STORY: RICHARD STARKINGS & TYLER SHAINLINE
ART / COVER: SHAKY KANE & JOHN ROSHELL
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The creator of ELEPHANTMEN and the creator of The A-Men join forces with TYLER SHAINLINE (Liberty Justice) to bring you the story of Meat Men! Chuck is a mild-mannered meat factory worker who is a little in love with a strawberry picker named Mary Lynn. But everything changes when Mary Lynn falls victim to the Vodino Brothers….

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" Civil War " is a 2006–07 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven , and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly " Avengers Disassembled ", " House of M ", and "Decimation" . The tagline for the series is, "Whose Side Are You On?" [1]

The series received polarized reviews by critics but lauded by audiences and was a commercial success. The series is the basis for the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War , which likewise features Captain America and Iron Man in opposition to each other.

The premise of Civil War involves the introduction of a Superhuman Registration Act in the United States. Mark Millar, writer for the story, has said:

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 3 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART / COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
FEBRUARY 14 / 200 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99
Dave Lizewski has taken a HORRIFYING and EXHILARATING plunge. Armed with minimal combat training and a pair of batons, he donned a mask and set out to become a real superhero, Kick-Ass. And he succeeded. Wildly. Kick-Ass and tween black belt Hit-Girl took on the mafia—and won. But his arch nemesis Red Mist now thinks superheroes are passé and has become the world's most notorious super villain. His first target? Dave Lizewski's family.
Collects KICK-ASS 2: BALLS TO THE WALL #1-7

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 4 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART/COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
FEBRUARY 14 / 232 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99
Who knew an 18-year-old could become a real superhero? Dave Lizewski did. After being trained up in combat by black belt preteen Hit-Girl, the two superheroes joined forces and took on the mafia. Now Hit-Girl's been thrown in jail, the police have cracked down on superheroes, and outlawed them completely. Without the pint-sized tween assassin by his side, can Kick-Ass really lead Justice Forever and beat the bad guys?
Collects KICK-ASS 3 #1-8

THE BEEF #1 (OF 5)
STORY: RICHARD STARKINGS & TYLER SHAINLINE
ART / COVER: SHAKY KANE & JOHN ROSHELL
FEBRUARY 28 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.99
The creator of ELEPHANTMEN and the creator of The A-Men join forces with TYLER SHAINLINE (Liberty Justice) to bring you the story of Meat Men! Chuck is a mild-mannered meat factory worker who is a little in love with a strawberry picker named Mary Lynn. But everything changes when Mary Lynn falls victim to the Vodino Brothers….

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Mogo the "Living Planet" is a fictional character and planet in the DC Universe , a member of the Green Lantern Corps .

Mogo first appeared in Green Lantern vol. 2 #188 (May 1985) in a story titled "Mogo Doesn't Socialize" and was created by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons . Although initially a one-off character from a short story, the planet has grown in importance in the Green Lantern mythos and is a necessary part of the process for distributing power rings as well as a destination for Corps. members to recuperate.

Mogo is a sentient or "living" planet, technically genderless but often casually referred to as male. When it is desired, its affiliation with the Corps is shown with foliage arranged into a green band, marked with the standard Green Lantern Corps lantern symbol, circling Mogo's equatorial area.

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" Civil War " is a 2006–07 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven , and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly " Avengers Disassembled ", " House of M ", and "Decimation" . The tagline for the series is, "Whose Side Are You On?" [1]

The series received polarized reviews by critics but lauded by audiences and was a commercial success. The series is the basis for the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War , which likewise features Captain America and Iron Man in opposition to each other.

The premise of Civil War involves the introduction of a Superhuman Registration Act in the United States. Mark Millar, writer for the story, has said:

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 3 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART / COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
FEBRUARY 14 / 200 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99
Dave Lizewski has taken a HORRIFYING and EXHILARATING plunge. Armed with minimal combat training and a pair of batons, he donned a mask and set out to become a real superhero, Kick-Ass. And he succeeded. Wildly. Kick-Ass and tween black belt Hit-Girl took on the mafia—and won. But his arch nemesis Red Mist now thinks superheroes are passé and has become the world's most notorious super villain. His first target? Dave Lizewski's family.
Collects KICK-ASS 2: BALLS TO THE WALL #1-7

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 4 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART/COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
FEBRUARY 14 / 232 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99
Who knew an 18-year-old could become a real superhero? Dave Lizewski did. After being trained up in combat by black belt preteen Hit-Girl, the two superheroes joined forces and took on the mafia. Now Hit-Girl's been thrown in jail, the police have cracked down on superheroes, and outlawed them completely. Without the pint-sized tween assassin by his side, can Kick-Ass really lead Justice Forever and beat the bad guys?
Collects KICK-ASS 3 #1-8

THE BEEF #1 (OF 5)
STORY: RICHARD STARKINGS & TYLER SHAINLINE
ART / COVER: SHAKY KANE & JOHN ROSHELL
FEBRUARY 28 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.99
The creator of ELEPHANTMEN and the creator of The A-Men join forces with TYLER SHAINLINE (Liberty Justice) to bring you the story of Meat Men! Chuck is a mild-mannered meat factory worker who is a little in love with a strawberry picker named Mary Lynn. But everything changes when Mary Lynn falls victim to the Vodino Brothers….

" Civil War " is a 2006–07 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven , and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly " Avengers Disassembled ", " House of M ", and "Decimation" . The tagline for the series is, "Whose Side Are You On?" [1]

The series received polarized reviews by critics but lauded by audiences and was a commercial success. The series is the basis for the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War , which likewise features Captain America and Iron Man in opposition to each other.

The premise of Civil War involves the introduction of a Superhuman Registration Act in the United States. Mark Millar, writer for the story, has said:

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 3 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART / COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
FEBRUARY 14 / 200 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99
Dave Lizewski has taken a HORRIFYING and EXHILARATING plunge. Armed with minimal combat training and a pair of batons, he donned a mask and set out to become a real superhero, Kick-Ass. And he succeeded. Wildly. Kick-Ass and tween black belt Hit-Girl took on the mafia—and won. But his arch nemesis Red Mist now thinks superheroes are passé and has become the world's most notorious super villain. His first target? Dave Lizewski's family.
Collects KICK-ASS 2: BALLS TO THE WALL #1-7

KICK-ASS: THE DAVE LIZEWSKI YEARS, VOL. 4 TP
STORY: MARK MILLAR
ART/COVER: JOHN ROMITA, JR.
FEBRUARY 14 / 232 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99
Who knew an 18-year-old could become a real superhero? Dave Lizewski did. After being trained up in combat by black belt preteen Hit-Girl, the two superheroes joined forces and took on the mafia. Now Hit-Girl's been thrown in jail, the police have cracked down on superheroes, and outlawed them completely. Without the pint-sized tween assassin by his side, can Kick-Ass really lead Justice Forever and beat the bad guys?
Collects KICK-ASS 3 #1-8

THE BEEF #1 (OF 5)
STORY: RICHARD STARKINGS & TYLER SHAINLINE
ART / COVER: SHAKY KANE & JOHN ROSHELL
FEBRUARY 28 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.99
The creator of ELEPHANTMEN and the creator of The A-Men join forces with TYLER SHAINLINE (Liberty Justice) to bring you the story of Meat Men! Chuck is a mild-mannered meat factory worker who is a little in love with a strawberry picker named Mary Lynn. But everything changes when Mary Lynn falls victim to the Vodino Brothers….

Available soon, pre-order now.
When will my order arrive?

Mogo the "Living Planet" is a fictional character and planet in the DC Universe , a member of the Green Lantern Corps .

Mogo first appeared in Green Lantern vol. 2 #188 (May 1985) in a story titled "Mogo Doesn't Socialize" and was created by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons . Although initially a one-off character from a short story, the planet has grown in importance in the Green Lantern mythos and is a necessary part of the process for distributing power rings as well as a destination for Corps. members to recuperate.

Mogo is a sentient or "living" planet, technically genderless but often casually referred to as male. When it is desired, its affiliation with the Corps is shown with foliage arranged into a green band, marked with the standard Green Lantern Corps lantern symbol, circling Mogo's equatorial area.

" Civil War " is a 2006–07 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven , and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly " Avengers Disassembled ", " House of M ", and "Decimation" . The tagline for the series is, "Whose Side Are You On?" [1]

The series received polarized reviews by critics but lauded by audiences and was a commercial success. The series is the basis for the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War , which likewise features Captain America and Iron Man in opposition to each other.

The premise of Civil War involves the introduction of a Superhuman Registration Act in the United States. Mark Millar, writer for the story, has said:


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