Would you side with Captain America or Iron Man in Marvel's Civil War? Find out with this quick quiz!
Which sounds like a more agreeable statement?
- Superheroes or individuals possessing superpowers should register with the government and be put on payroll.
- A superhero should guard his/her identity and not get involved in government activities.
Which hero do you look up to?
- Captain America
- Luke Cage
- Invisible Woman
- Iron Man
- Ant Man
- Mr. Fantastic
- Mrs. Marvel
An unknown superhero saves a plane from being obliterated by a bomb and flies away before anyone has the chance to speak to him. What would you do?
- Let him go; after all, you're already hot on the trail of whoever put the bomb on the plane in the first place. You'll be sure to find out who the mystery hero is later.
- Go after him and make sure that he knows that the government regulates use of superpowers and encourage him to register in order to create a safer environment for civilians.
When faced with a shortage of heroes on your side of the Civil War, you:
- Enlist the help of villains; don't worry, you can keep them in line.
- Pull a huge publicity stunt to gain a larger following.
- Keep doing what superheroes do best, taking down the baddies.
- Help people in any way you can; people will notice and want to side with you.
You find a strand of Thor's hair on your couch. You:
- Keep it; you never know if you'll need to make a Thor clone in the future.
- Throw it away; who wants hair on their couch?
- Keep it; put it inside a little glass display box.
- Keep it; you might be able to do some pretty cool experiments with it. Heck, you might even find the cure for cancer!
Would you rather:
- Get a paycheck from the government every month just for being a superhero, but risk losing all privacy.
- Live a nice quiet life somewhere with a secret identity on your down time, but always with the worry that amateur superheroes might do something stupid you'll have to pay the price for.
Out of these two options, what are your political views like most?
Do you think superhero activity requires regulation?
One of your closest friends is straying down a path that is causing you to grow further apart. You:
- Give them one chance; they might just need some time to straighten their priorities out.
- Deal with it and move on; people change, and you know at least YOU are doing the right thing.
- Don't spend time worrying about them; obviously you've got your life in order, and that's all that really matters.
- Given them multiple chances; you know you should be harder on them, but you used to be so close.
- You would follow Captain America to your death because he's just that inspirational.
- Regulation is key; that way things will run more smoothly and efficiently.
- Times change and you have to be able to keep up with them. Things aren't the same as they were in 1945.
- When you try to stop problems before they ever happen, it only causes bigger problems.
- Freedom and privacy is always relevant and no matter what a person does you can't take either one away from them.
- You would follow Iron Man to your death because he's just that inspirational.