Captain America Civil War Book Tag


In light of the fact that I saw Civil War a week ago, and Deanna @A Novel Glimpse tagged for for this awesome book tag, I thought it was only fitting if I did it :D. This tag was created by  by Jennifer @Wonderland Review. Also, check out my take on the Captain America: Civil War movie.

The Rules:

  • Thank the person who tagged you. – Thank you Deanna!!!
  • Tag anyone and everyone you want!

Disclaimer: Jennifer’s pretty sure about the actual teams for this movie but she could be wrong! You never know! Also, she’s very much Team Cap so this might be a little biased. – No worries, I’m #TeamCap too!

Team Captain America:

Captain America: Name a character who always does the right thing. (If you aren’t team Cap I guess you can change this to ‘a character who always thinks he does the right thing’)


I’m #TeamCap, so I’m choosing Dean Holder from Hopeless, because he always does the right thing, at least for Sky.

Falcon: A loyal character


I’m going with Iko from The Lunar Chronicles for this one. She’s super loyal to Cinder, and she’s just overall the best!

Hawkeye: A character that is extremely good at something very specific (Like Hawkeye with his bow)


Eheh, this works well! Shahrzad from The Wrath and the Dawn is extremely skilled with the bow and arrows as well.

Ant-Man: A character that’s just happy to tag along


I love Ant-Man! For this one I’m choosing Taco from Anything You Want. He’s the definition of a guy who would just be happy to tag along whenever, wherever with whoever.

Agent 13: A character you’re super nervous about (not going to say why, but I have my reasons)


I actually liked Sharon Carter in Civil War :), I hope she appears in the next installments, because I’m eager to see how her relationship with Steve goes from here. So… I was and still am a bit nervous about a few characters in Lady Midnight… such as Kit, Mark and Kieran…

Winter Soldier: A character with really great positive character growth


I’m not sure I would consider what Bucky went through “character growth”, but I’ll roll with it. I think both Simon and Baz grew up a lot during Carry On. 🙂

Scarlet Witch: A character that started out on the wrong side but ended up joining the team


Jacin Clay from The Lunar Chronicles. It was tough to find one that didn’t feel like a huge a spoiler!

Bonus: Winter Soldier & Captain America: Two characters that have been friends for a long time:


Look at them! So cute! I just finished Adorkable a couple of hours ago, and I thought it was the perfect book to use. Becks and Sally have been friends since they were 7! That’s a long time… 😉

Team Iron Man:

Iron Man: A character that doesn’t seem to learn from their mistakes (*Fine. If you’re team Iron Man you can change this question to, ‘a character willing to stand up to his friends for what he believes in’)


I’m going with a characters that doesn’t seem to learn from their mistakes, because as much as I love Tony, he has a huge problem with that… on that note, Emmy from Loud is How I Love You takes way too long repeating the same mistake, over and over again.

War Machine: A character that’s always showing off his “big guns.”


This one seems appropriate, because Dean Di-Laurentis from The Score has a general problem with clothes, and loves to show off his big guns 😉 .

Black Widow: Badass female character that also has a soft side


For this one I’m choosing Penryn, from the Penryn and The End of Days trilogy. She’s most definitly a badass, one of my favorites, and she’s also soft and caring and just amazing.

Black Panther: A character out for revenge


Celaena Sardothien from the Throne of Glass series is most definitly out for revenge, the whole scope of it is not known right from the start though.

Vision: A character you are unsure about


This question seems similar to one of those above, but I’m gonna let this go. I’m actually not unsure about The Vision at all, but I am unsure about Drew, a childhood friend of Candy’s, from Like Candy. There’s just something not quite right with him.

Spider Man: A character you were afraid just wasn’t going to fit in


Actually I was unsure about the whole cast of characters in The Girl From Everywhere, but just like Spidey, they fit together super well.

Pepper Potts (pretty sure she isn’t in this movie but whatever): A character who uses their intelligence


Pepper Potts is not in the movie, and she’s actually a sore subject… I’m not sure I like where they went with that… anywho… I’m picking Kady from Illuminae, because she definitly uses her brain skills to be amazing throughout this book.

Bonus: Captain America vs. Iron Man: You pick: Name two characters that started off as friends and are now enemies OR Name two characters that are on opposing sides that you want to work together


Well, Laia and Elias from An Amber in the Ashes were never enemies, but they were definitly on opposing sides of things. And I want them working (and not working) together *wink wink*.

I Tag:

Movie of the Week: Captain America – Civil War


captain_america_civil_war_1By now you guys all know that I’m a huge Marvel fan, right? And also, I’m a HUGE Captain Americaand Chris Evans – fan, but when the trailers for Civil War started coming out, I saw myself siding with #TeamIronMan, and I honestly felt like I was cheating on Steve Rogers or something… I felt bad. Still, there I was, totally convinced that Iron Man was in the right on this one… until I saw the movie last week.

I’m now firmly #TeamCap and the only thing I can say is that the trailers lied!

OMFG!!!! This movie is excellent!

Because the ensemble cast is so huge, I was a little worried that some characters would get lost in the jumble, but that doesn’t happen at all. Every single one of these superheroes gets their time on screen and their chance to shine, and shine they do. The reasoning behind why each of them chooses one side or the other is clear, and it mostly fits with what we know of the characters. And despite what it looks like, not everything is black and white – or red and blue – and there are more than enough reasons for some wavers.

The action sequences were freaking amazing. The movie opens with an Avengers sting, and I swear to you that I could spend hours just watching Cap and Black Widow fighting. The stunts choreography is spectacular. The acting is out of this world! Having so many stars sharing one screen is bonkers, and they all bring it.

I really liked the plot. I love how this movie doesn’t focus that much on the villain – though he gets his screen time and the story is developed well – and instead focus on the internal struggles of each of these superheroes and their battle between doing what everyone says it’s right and what they feel is right.

I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone, but I want to talk about a few specific characters. I thought the integration of the Black Panther was very organic, he not only belonged there, but he made sense. Also, I’m so freaking excited for his movie, because he was just awesome!

I was a little scared when they announced that Tom Holland was playing the new Spider Man, but boy, did that kid impress me! I loved the way they introduced him, without having to go into an origins story, but with him still being pretty new to the superhero game. I wasn’t a particular fan of how Tony recruited him, because I felt that from all the players duking it out there, Spidey was the only one that didn’t know all the stakes, and I felt that if he did know them, he wouldn’t be siding with #TeamIronMan. The suit looks amazing though, and he was a delight to see on screen!

I loved seeing Steve, Bucky and Sam together, with the later two competing a bit in the role of BFF/sidekick. Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie play well off each other, and that chemistry was amazing.


I was super excited about seeing Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man join the team. He was so freaking excited to just be there, and I thought he integrated himself quite nicely with the other #TeamCap superheroes.

If there was one character I wasn’t a fan of on this movie it was James Rhodes. I always loved Rhodey, but he was a little too entitles in this movie, and somehow he really pissed me off. And somehow that annoying thing passed to Tony too, and that’s bad, because I love Iron Man.

I thought it was amazing how they showed The Vision‘s vulnerability, with him struggling to understand his role, his existence and his emotions. At the same time that they showed him building a relationship with Wanda, which I felt was important for both of them.

Ultimatly I’m a little scared for what this movie means for the MCU, because several characters are not in the greatest position at the end of it, and I have no clue how that will play out in their future movies. The two post-credits scenes do an amazing job setting up the Black Panther and Spider Man movies though. I’m excited 😀 !

(I had to share this one… come on… that’s arm porn!)