Captain America: Civil War released on May 06, 2016.
Flashback: A view into someone's past.
In certain situations heroes may have disagreements or something along these lines (like mind control), which can cause heroes to fight each other.
To be held in captivity in, for example, a prison.
Marvel's superhero movie continuity that is shared between several major character franchises.
Manipulating someone's thoughts and/or actions against their will.
The crime of deliberately killing a person.
A concept when the Avengers announce new members to replace ones that are leaving, or to expand and even to minimize their group size for a better fighting unit. Sometimes members also leave due to personal reasons.
Comics are not exempt from politics. Explicity or implicity politics permeates the ninth art, whether fictious or with great reality content.
The Super-human Registration Act was a bill the Civil War arc revolved around. It deals with sacrificing civil liberties to promote a nation's safety.
The superhero costume is one of the oldest and most vital things any hero can have, it masks the secret identity and shows the world the real hero.
Terrorism is the act of causing violence to scare a populace. A real world example would be what happened to the United States on September 11, 2001. It is also a topic constantly covered in comics with several Mutant groups that use terrorism as a way of acting against a Government that doesn't wish to make them equals.
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