• While London deals with the brutal Badoon invasion, the fate of the Guardians of the Galaxy may have been decided millions of miles away.

Story by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Steve McNiven, Sara Pichelli, & John Dell
Colors by Justin Ponsor
Cover by Steve McNiven, Paolo Rivera, Joe Quesada, & Joe Madureira

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.6%


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Avg Rating: 4.0
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  1. I loved the first issue, I can’t wait for this one.

  2. So far this has felt like a 80’s B-Movie Sci-fi,and I’ve loved that!

  3. Issue .5 and one were pretty enjoyable, and I’m eager to learn more about this universe before the film comes out. Less Iron-Man, more Guardians, please.

  4. A cover by Joe Mad! Where have you been?! Last I remember was Avenging Spidey issue 3 then he vanished 🙁 Glad to see some art work by him

  5. This is my first experience with these characters outside of Infinity Gauntlet. Looking forward to learning about them a bit more!

  6. I was fairly letdown by #1 but I thought this was really great, Bendis did a great job of throwing us right into the action to learn how these individuals work as a team. And his new galactic Illuminati is awesome.

    I wish this had been #1. Just missed out on being my PotW.

  7. Didn’t like it quiet as much as the first two issues but had some really great moments. “Blam! Murdered you” may be my favorite catchphrase ever!

  8. Yeah I liked how they brought in Gladiator, Annihilus, Freyja, et al into the fray. A fun book, especially Rocket Raccoon! And some good points about how the people of Earth have done some impressive things… to the point of being comical.

  9. I liked the first issue more than I though I would. I liked Star-Lord’s retro new look (never liked him shooting guns with bullets in outer space), but I’m not liking how generic Gamora looks — especially in that armor. Any way, I have high expectations that we’ll see the missing Guaridans down the road — Bug, Mantis, Moondragon and even Adam Warlock.

  10. Now, why do we have to be so negative about Captain Britain . . ?

    Besides that a good issue overall. Was wondering why there was no Skrull representative at the meeting of empires, though . . .

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