'Civil War II' Release Date, News & Updates: Next Issue Could Be Bad for Iron Man; What is Steve Rogers Up To?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 11, 2016 08:29 AM EST

"Civil War II" already left the fans holding their breaths as the recent events have already been hard to bear. Now, the tears may start falling again as new teasers have been released by the team behind the epic graphic novel franchise.

Some spoilers may be witnessed ahead. It was not too long ago when fans of "Civil War II" were allegedly baffled by the death of Bruce Banner or Hulk in the hands of Clint Barton, also known as Hawkeye. Though not entirely to blame, such events were predicted by an Inhuman named Ulysses, one who can see the future. Now, things are about to get grittier as Marvel spills more.

According to IGN, a new cover teases the supposed ending to the "Civil War II" saga, with a damaged mask of Iron Man lying on the concrete. Despite the supposed seven-issue mark that Marvel Comics assigned for the series, an additional was made to make a reasonable conclusion, which in this case, may not be too good. Though there is no clear statement as to what could happen in the upcoming novel, a slight implication of Iron Man's loss might be considered.

Writer Brian Michael Bendis said that he knows how fans reacted during the previous issues, wherein the sides were almost distinguished instantly. Bendis said that he look to capitalize on those emotions, making it so that the readers will feel both excitement and disappointment on whoever will win the war. Moreover, he said that he tweaks based on the events and makes it so that the readers might not be able to predict what will happen for the remainder of "Civil War II" from there.

Recent reports speak of the newest released issue of "Civil War II" pointing to the dilemma of Miles Morales being apprehended under the suspicion of Captain America's murder, and that of being completely innocent. It was revealed that many of what has been happening during these encounters have something to do with the plot of Rogers as an official Hydra agent, unbeknownst to many, destroying everything from the inside-out. Sent home after Rogers allowed it, Captain Marvel shows her dismay on the decision, still keeping a keen eye on the events to come as predicted by Ulysses.

What else is to befall the soon-to-end masterpiece known as "Civil War II?" Keep it locked as issue number 7 launches on November 23 and issue number 8 on December 28.

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