In December, Marvel unveils a new team of Guardians to protect… infinity.

When a mysterious structure is discovered floating in the void of space – Rocket Raccoon, Drax and Groot unearth a powerful and dark secret that could unravel the very fabric of space and time! Good thing the Guardians 3000 are on hand to help! But who are the mysterious and enigmatic Guardians 1000?! And are these ancient travelers here to help, or hinder?

The main story is being written by Dan Abnett with art by Carlo Barberi, and will “take you on an explosive thrill ride into the timestream and across the galaxy.”

To make you drool even more, Marvel has announced that each issue of Guardians of Infinity will include a backup story that will get the wrestling fan’s attention.

It’s battles to the death inside the squared circle as Jason Latour (Spider-Gwen) and Jim Cheung (New Avengers) bring you a can’t miss story of Ben Grimm and Rocket Raccoon. Stranded on a planet where culture is based on Earth-style professional wrestling, the bruiser from Yancy Street and the Guardian’s own ferocious furball find themselves locked in a struggle of life and death!

With the huge success of the movie, a lot of attention is focused on Guardians of the Galaxy at the moment, and it makes sense for Marvel to continue to use these characters and situations to their advantage.


Guardians of the Infinity #1 arrives in December.

via Marvel


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