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Civil War No More

Editors and creators look back at one of comics biggest events

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It's the end of an era. With the release of Civil War #7, the Marvel Universe is forever changed. New heroes, new villains, returning threats and so much more. But for more on that, check out The Initiative. For now, let's look back on Civil War with a few of the creative minds behind the monumental series as they respond to the question: Looking back at the event--from the main mini-series to the tie-ins--what was your favorite moment from Civil War? "Sending issue 7 out the door to the printer." - Tom Brevoort, Editor, Civil War "I thought the Spidey unmasking thing was pretty powerful." - Peter David, Writer, X-Factor "The Thing going to France and teaming up with the French super-heroes. That was hilarious!" Christos N. Gage, Writer, Iron Man/Captain America: Casualties of War "For me, it doesn't get any better than Cap fighting S.H.I.E.L.D. in issue 1 and surfing a fighter jet to escape capture. I read that in the script and couldn't picture it in my head, but when Steve turned in those pages, I was sold!" - Andy Schmidt, Editor, X-Men "For me, the best moment[s] of Civil War were all about Thone, or "Clor" as the netizens like to call him. The last page of issue 3 was an amazing piece of art that gave me shivers, even though I knew it wasn't the 'real' Thor. I can't imagine what it was like for fans who thought the son of Odin had finally returned. Running a close 2nd was the moment that Thone got his Mjolnir handed to him by Hercules in issue 7." - Aubrey Sitterson, Assistant Editor, Civil War "I came in late to the process, but watching the stunning McNiven pages roll in was amazing. We all have a front row seat watching a guy become a superstar." - Steve Wacker, Editor, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Looking for more on Civil War? Check out our Civil War hub, the place to find all the CW news. And don't forget the Civil War Gallery, your guide to every issue wrapped up in the bombastic conflict.

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