Marvel has announced that Paolo Rivera has been tapped to create the variant cover for Guardians of the Galaxy #2 by Brian Michael Bendis, Steve McNiven and Sara Pichelli.
The Guardians of the Galaxy are one of those teams that have a very passionate and loyal fan base that basically single handily drive their sales, rarely picking up new readers along the way. They seem to have enough appeal to warrant an upcoming movie, however, so obviously someone at Marvel thinks they can appeal to a larger audience. It was most likely the intent, as with the rest of Marvel NOW, to try to capitalize on this potential with the new Guardians of the Galaxy #1. Does it succeed? Does it fail? Find out with this cosmic, out of this world, Major Spoilers review! More After the Jump
Or – “Haven’t I Already Reviewed The Origin Of Star-Lord?“
The return of Peter Quill and the Star-Lord character’s ascension to a place of prominence in the Marvel Universe has been something of a surprise to me, but a welcome surprise nonetheless. My only real worry is that everyone on the cover has ugly, over-detailed armor. What’s going on INSIDE the book? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
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Marvel has announced that it is releasing a series of Guardians of the Galaxy trading cards to coincide with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy #1 that arrives in March. Sounds like a really good gimmick for collectors, but your local comic shop will need to be one of the “select retail shops hosting a launch party.”
As the release date for Guardians of the Galaxy draws ever near, Marvel Studios has been fast at work finding actors to fill the various roles. Rumors have flown regarding Jim Carey and Adam Sandler, but we finally have official word that Chris Pratt will play Peter Quill.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is scheduled to hit theaters on August 01, 2014. With less than two years to get the movie off the ground and on to the screen, is it really a surprise that the studios are looking for someone to play Star-Lord?
A whole slew of new books were announced last week at New York Comic Con. The exact figure comes somewhere close to the amount of Slave Leia’s that were cosplayed. I of course have no source for that little factoid, but it just seems right. Anyways, take the jump for two new series coming from Marvel in 2013.
If everything you read on the Internet is true, then the report from Heat Vision has Marvel hiring a new writer for Guardians of the Galaxy.
Yes, the raccoon with a blaster, and the tree that says, “Groot” are indeed headed to the big screen, and now we have a release date.
Can the horrible forces of the Dire Wraiths be quelled without the aid of ROM, Spaceknight? The Annihilators and their newest ally, the Galadorian Spaceknight Ikon will find out, soon enough; and Rocket Raccoon and Groot find that going home is never easy. So take the jump faithful Spoilerite, and see what’s in store for our Gallant Galactic Guardians!