Marvel fans know how much amazing and exciting the next ?Captain America: Civil War? movie is going to be. And with the movie starting production and slowly drawing closer and closer, everyone just can?t wait to see Captain America and Iron Man battle it out in a do-or-die match between the strongest of heroes. For those of you who are asking, ?Who will win this match?? We?ve got the answer right here.
Civil war history
First off, you need to know how this feud starts. The Civil War begins when a law is passed which requires superheroes to reveal their real identity, register their name and superhero alias, and serve with the government as a kind of police officer, with superpowers of course. This law, called the Superhero Registration Act in the comics, will threaten the safety of all superheroes, and eventually splitting them into opposing sides headed by Captain America, who is anti-registration, and Iron Man, who is pro-registration, according to Screencrush.
Marvel official synopsis of ?Captain America: Civil War?
?After another international incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to enlist the services of the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers while they try to protect the world from a new and nefarious villain.?
The plot from the comic book series and the film version mostly lines up but don?t expect every detail on the comics to come out of the movie. Rest assured that it will definitely center on Captain America and Iron Man.
Iron Man Vs Captain America: who will win?
In the comics, we learn how Captain America grows tired of superheroes fighting each other and eventually gives himself up to the authorities, but only to be assassinated by a comic villain called Crossbones (who?s also in the movie). But it still not decided whether to kill Captain America or not, so there?s no definitive answer to who will win in a match between Captain America and Iron Man if you?re talking about a one-on-one match.
And if you?re talking about how they want to accurately copy the events of Civil War in the comics, then it?s most likely that he?ll eventually die in the end. So if you really want to know what Marvel decides, then you have to wait for the movie to come out. Until then, you might want to read the Civil War series to get a better understanding of the plot.