And this is a return to Civil War courtesy of Charles Soule, resident stand in man for Mark Millar, and Leinil Yu.
"If you look at the ideas that that story had, Iron Man thought superheroes should have to register with the government, and become something of a police force… Captain America thought that that was restricting the central freedoms of this country. It was a debate of security versus freedom. We're taking that basic idea and expanding it to a larger canvas. The Registration Act is all in the past at this point. It's more of a world drastically changed based on a superhero war, and it's a huge story and it's fun to be able to involve every Marvel character there is.";