Here Are the Opposing Teams In Marvel's Civil War II ComicsJames Whitbrook3/17/16 4:37pmFiled to: ComicsMarvelCivil War IIMinority Report: The Comic34310EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Marvel has spent the last few weeks teasing the cadre of heroes picking sides in its upcoming event Civil War II: Electric Registration Boogaloo. But now, it looks like they’ve revealed the key players in the debate of “What did you learn after watching Minority Report for the first time?” In Civil War II—an event happening this year that is not at all related to a certain movie starring Captain America coming out soon—a mysterious entity with the power to see the future (accurately, for once) will prevent a tragic disaster, splitting the heroes of the Marvel universe into two sides. The side that watched Minority Report and went “Hey man, that pre-crime place had some pretty nifty ideas” will be led by Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel, who will fight to use this new being to punish criminals before they can commit the crime they’re being punished for. As you can see in the image above, she is joined by: Advertisement Advertisement Monica RambeauShe-HulkAnt-ManThe Winter SoldierHawkeyeBlue MarvelMedusaCaptain America (Steve Rogers-flavored)The VisionWar MachineSpider-Man Meanwhile on the side that watched Minority Report and went “CAROL DID YOU EVEN WATCH ALL OF THIS MOVIE, JESUS” is Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, who thinks that the whole purpose of superheroes is to not randomly beat down and lock up people for things they’ve not done yet. He is joined by:Black WidowDeadpoolCaptain America (Sam Wilson-flavored)The Totally Awesome Hulk (aka, Amadeus Cho)HerculesBlack PantherLuke CageThor (Jane Foster)America ChavezStar-LordDaredevilSome of these choices are really weird. She-Hulk is Carol’s friend, sure, but I have absolutely no idea why, as an attorney, she’d be all about persecuting people before they’ve committed a crime. But hey, things were a bit weird the last time the words “Civil War” were bandied around at Marvel, too. Sponsored We’ll see these teams duke it out soon enough, when Civil War II: Bigger, Badder, and More Civil begins in May.James Whitbrookjames.firstname.lastname@example.org@JWhitbrookJames is a staff writer for io9. He reads comics so you don't have to—but sometimes you should anyway!