ByJack Foster, writer at Creators.co
Things, comics, movie adaptations, source materials, Excelsior!
Jack Foster

With rumors stating that [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409)'s trailer might be revealed during the premiere of Spectre or [Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens](tag:711158), it's time we analyze the actual setup that's lead us to it. For obvious reasons, The Avengers, where Stark and Rogers quarrel their issues out and [The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](tag:293035) where they stand against each other in a nearly five to ten second faceoff underline some potential Civil War references. But forget those for a minute, were both Avengers and Civil War setup by just two solo movies at the very beginning?

Since the above picture headlines a faceoff between both these movies, let me start with an honorable mention that both were pretty spot on in action scenes and it might just be a tough call any day for me.

Now onto the main event, which of these post credit scenes do you feel is better and quite possibly, headlines The Avengers/ Civil War very, very well!

Avengers reference in Iron Man!

Not only did this movie set up the actual foundation but this post credit scene talks like a loaded .22 for the future of the universe.

Potential Civil War reference in the Incredible Hulk!

Wait a minute, how about we reload that gun and make something bigger, like for instance, this scene where Tony once says "We're putting a team together." Now that we know General Ross will be in Civil War, I suppose this makes much more sense that it did earlier for The Avengers. What if it wasn't related to the Avengers movies after all?

Not that I didn't love the Avengers reference, but as of right now, I'd root for the Civil War tease all the way!

Other bonus footage/ references (Nothing new of course)

^Just to be clear, it's a post credit scene and not some sort of teaser trailer.

Poll

Which movie was the better setup?

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

Trending

Latest from our Creators