Avengers Civil War

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The Avengers Civil War was a conflict between members of the Avengers.

Following various incidents involving the Avengers, including the Battle of Sokovia, the Sokovia Accords were ratified. The strict nature of the Accords made them controversial among members of the Avengers. Tensions worsened when Helmut Zemo, seeking revenge on the Avengers for their role in the Battle of Sokovia, framed the Winter Soldier for a bombing at the United Nations, eventually finding the location of the remaining Winter Soldiers at the Hydra Siberian Facility. There, he presented to Tony Stark a video of the Winter Soldier assassinating Stark's parents, resulting in a battle between Stark and Captain America.

The Avengers Civil War had long-lasting and damaging effects on the Avengers. Following the battle at the Hydra Siberian Facility and the arrest of Captain America and his associates, the Avengers would cease to exist. In 2023, some members of the Avengers came together to attempt to undo the effects of the Snap in an orchestrated plan known as the Time Heist, successfully undoing the Snap. Following the Battle of Earth, the death of Stark and the retirement of Captain America ended the Avengers.

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  1. ^ Marvel Studios. Marvel Studios Canada's Twitter account. October 17, 2023. Marvel Studios Canada: "Today, October 17th 2023, the Avengers assembled to fight Thanos in Avengers: Endgame." *