We're in the Endgame now.
Starting April 5, SYFY WIRE is celebrating the release of Avengers: Endgame with a new limited-series podcast: 22 Days of Marvel. Each day leading up to the premiere of Endgame, we’ll revisit a different movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, discussing the plot, calling out the best scenes and dialogue, and, most importantly, tracking all the connections and what they mean for Endgame.
22 Days of Marvel is also the perfect way for you to get to know your friendly neighborhood SYFY WIRE staff, as the podcast will feature an ever-rotating roster of our writers, editors, on-air personalities, and maybe even our own personal go-to A.I.
And with that, welcome to Day 13! We're discussing Captain America: Civil War (2016), aka Even More Fussing Over Bucky. This is the one in which everyone fights each other at an airport. Cap collapses a building on a child (granted, that child is Spider-Man, but still). We do get the introduction of Black Panther, though, and William Hurt's return proves at least one thing was salvageable from The Incredible Hulk (2008).
However, the film's biggest mystery: Why wasn't it just called Avengers: Civil War? Geez, Feige.
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