A very good story and the art work is well done.
Taken as a whole, the entire cast of characters does seem a bit more "realistic" when not every superhero is some kind of saint with a cape, as in the old days.
I really liked the way the story evolves and ends up pitting some of the iconic heroes of the marvel universe against each other.
Not much else to say, this is a terrific series. Probably my favorite storyline if I'd look at the entire Marvel Universe as a whole.Published 9 hours ago by Sparkey
The story was good, and well developed. Some good turns in there. But my gripe is with the brevity of the entire event. Read morePublished 2 days ago by R. Adams
Love the concept, the dialogue -and the artwork is gorgeous.But I thought the ending was a bit one sided and trite. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
I liked it more than House of M in terms of writing. The writing isn't anything groundbreaking, is as filled with tropes as you'd expect from a Marvel superhero title, and is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MC. Truth
The product came in great condition and you certainly get a lot for your money. A great storyline and amazing art(not even counting the extras at the end) make it more than... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gina
I enjoyed reading this but like some of the others who have posted I don't see why the x men weren't involved since they've always been against mutant registration. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shaun Cooper
I would have given this book 5 stars had it been actually 500 plus pages of the Civil War reading. About a little over 200 pages is readable then they rewrite/ scripted the book,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dustin Chowaniec
Enjoyed the flow of the story. But story ended with a cliffhanger? Wish there was a limitless more flushing out of the story when it was over.Published 2 months ago by Raistlin54
I enjoyed reading this graphic novel as I am a fan of most of the characters included in the story. However, as someone else pointed out in their review, it doesn't make sense that... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cecilia B. Sepp