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Includes Issues:Civil War 1-7
Original Publication Dates:July 2006 - January 2007
TPB Publisher:Marvel Comics
TPB Publication Dates:April 25, 2007
ISBN-10:078512179X (Softcover)
ISBN-13:978-0785121794 (Softcover)
Pages:208[More Info]

Lists:Comics, Marvel Modern Age, Marvel Primary Continuity, Marvel Universe
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Unique Reading Order ID: 198511250000
Chronological List Value:2007.01
TRO Database Book ID:9500 [More Info]

4 Comments Post New »

  1. LEO wrote on at April 10, 2011 9:19 pm:

    Hey, Ian, is there any finite trade paperback reading order for this event and the tie-ins?


    Marc replied on April 11th, 2011 at 2:25 am:

    If only it were that simple! Civil War ran across pretty much every title Marvel was publishing with most of it taking place during the main storyline (collected in this book). For events like this one, what I recommend doing is reading the main storyline, and then reading the tie-ins for whichever characters interest you.

    Alternatively, you can find a single-issue reading order, get all of the collected editions, and then jump back and forth between books to read issues in a specific order. This will give you a good idea of what it was like to read the story as it was coming out, but it’s a lot of work and I’m not sure it’s worth it. Events like this are so big that you’re going to run into continuity “errors” no matter how you read the story.


  2. LEO wrote on at April 11, 2011 11:03 pm:

    Alright, I’ll just read the main event first and then start with the tie-ins. Any tie-ins better than the others? As in which should I read first?


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