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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.


Which movie was the better setup?

Let me know what you think in the comments below!


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