• Spinning out of the dramatic conclusion of Age of Ultron, dimensions collide and Heaven’s most fearsome Angel pushes the Guardians back on their heels.

Story by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Sara Pichelli
Cover by Sara Pichelli, Skottie Young, Milo Manara, & Paolo Rivera

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.8%
Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. Is Gaiman still co-writing this issue? Cause, otherwise, it’s a pretty heavy week for me . . .

  2. Art and writing come together so awesomely. This is a great book for that!

  3. The price tag initially drove me away from this book, but I decided to go back and pick it up again since I dropped The Avengers and can now fit this into my budget. Enjoying the series even if Iron Man does feel a little shoe-horned in. I have no idea who Angela is aside from ‘A Spawn character’ so I’m looking forward to seeing how her arrival will effect the Guardians.

  4. Decided to drop this book.
    The artwork has been great, even had a flick through the latest issue and it looks awesome.
    I’ll keep an eye on the story to see how this progress.

  5. Bendis + Pichelli = Amazing… I am loving this book.

  6. I really like this book, but frankly, I don’t get the big deal about Angela. I know it is a rare thing for a character from another publisher come to another company but why THIS character? I just don’t get it.

  7. Angela was hot shit back in the ’90’s but that huge fucking ridiculous belt of hers just looks silly now.

  8. The whole Angela thing is a little weird, but overall i am really loving this book. I def dont like the 3.99 marvel price tag, why can’t it just be 2.99 like FF. Like the person above said i would probably drop Avengers before i dropped this.

  9. My first issue, bought in on a whim. Art was good, story was ok. That’s about all I got to say on that.

  10. The issue was great, I love the banter between rocket and stark. Bendis is doing a great job with this team, feels like the good old days of new avengers but in space. Im really glad to see Angela, i cant wait to see more. The art was fantastic too by the way. That being said, the book does feel a bit short for the 3.99 price tag but im guessing this quality of art is going to be more expensive.

  11. Loving the dialogue between Rocket Raccoon and Iron Man. This series is so much fun, and the art is beautiful! I thought The Wake was my POTW, but this puts it up in the air again! We’ll see.

  12. The dialogue and art are fantastic in this book. I really like Iron Man in space. It seems like it has more weight in this book since he’s been there awhile. The banter with Rocket Racoon is great.

    My only complaint is the last page. Unless I missed something Thanos is not a giant. He is drawn to look here like Starlord only comes up to his knee and Thanos should only be maybe a head taller than Thor.

  13. I agree with a lot of people here that this book has been awesome. Great character interactions and amazing art. This title is starting to become a favorite of mine.

  14. I just recently read the last guardians run and two things stuck out:

    1) I sometimes feel like Bendis isn’t using Rocket Racoon as well as he was used in the previous run
    2) the new costumes are awful, I especially miss Peters old look.

    Overall this has been pretty ok, Tony stark being there is still a little odd for me. As long as the art stays great ill probably continue reading

  15. Agree 100% about the costumes, Star- Lord looked so badass. I guess they changed it because they didn’t want Pratt’s faced covered during the movie.

  16. I’m really not liking Peter’s new look at all, especially the ugly half-helmet thing he has now. The old one with the visor was so much cooler.

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