Captain America: Civil War - 11 Things From The Original Story They Can't Show You

Unfortunately, there will be no Armadillo Man.

If you were to pick any random two superheroes, chances are that they've probably had a brawl due to some form of misunderstanding or miscommunication at one point. It's a common story beat in many arcs and a rite of passage for any costumed newcomer looking to make a name for themselves. Civil War was a little different. Created by Mark Millar (known as the 'high concept' writer of Kick-Ass, Nemesis, The Secret Service etc), Civil War had heroes go head-to-head with both politics and one another. After a group of untrained heroes caused a catastrophic tragedy, the US Government passed the Super-Human Registration Act. The Act required all those with powers and abilities to reveal their identities, provide information on their powers and personal detail and register to work under the government. Failure to do so resulted in incarceration. Tony Stark firmly backed the SHRA while Captain America rebelled, decreeing that the government will eventually start picking targets for them. The best part about Civil War was seeing which heroes would decide upon Pro or Anti Registration. It made for compelling political dialogue that was both contemporary and realistic; this is exactly what would happen if superheroes were to exist in our world. Although the third Captain America film is sub-titled Civil War, it is not going to follow the plot of the original story-line. There will be bits and pieces taken here and there but some of the scenes and plot points that take place are going to be impossible to include. Here are the eleven things they cannot show you from the original Civil War.

When I was a kid, I used to think the moon followed our car everywhere.