"Civil War" #1 Arrives & We Want Your Thoughts

As Marvel Comics' "Civil War" #1 hits the spinner racks today, comic fans around the world are beginning to choose sides, but what we really want to know is what you thought of the issue. Is Iron Man right? Is Captain America right? Should they have left it all up to Wolverine? After all, he is the best as what he does, isn't he?

We invite all of CBR's visitors to stop by this thread on CBR's Civil War forum and give us your first impressions after reading the issue. What did you think of Mark Millar's story? How about that art by Steve McNiven? How did the hype leading up to "Civil War's" release affect your impressions of this issue? Can you wait the full month before issue #2 hits the stands? Stop on by and share with other fans what you thought of this issue. And make sure to check out all our related coverage of the series. From day one, CBR News has brought you the most in-depth coverage of "Civil War," from the press conferences to the convention panels, and we've even let you speak directly to some of people behind the project, right here at the CBR Forums. How's that for service?

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For more on the series, as well as reviews by CBR's Hannibal Tabu and Augie De Blieck Jr., check the links in the side bar in this article, then join us on CBR's Civil War Forum. When you're asked "Whose Side Are You On?" wouldn't you want "CBR" to be your answer?

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