In the latest issue of Marvel Comics, the Guardians of the Galaxy prepare for their greatest battle with the Gods of Olympus.
Warning! Spoilers ahead for Guardians of the Galaxy # 11 by Al Ewing and Juann Cabal
In the latest issue of Marvel Comics’ Guardians of the Galaxy, the legendary Star-lord has returned to the Marvel Universe. Several of his allies had thought he had died months ago, sacrificing himself to destroy the evil and hungry gods of Olympus. Instead, both he and the gods were transported to another realm, though they have both since returned to the standard Marvel 616 Universe. Also, the Gods have it for Peter Quill. Not only did he blow up Olympus, but he also used his element cannons to draw some of their power into himself, becoming a literal Star-Lord like the Master of the Sun. Seeking revenge, the Guardians of the Galaxy are the only thing that he stands in the way of the Gods, who will undoubtedly ravage the universe once they have killed Quill.
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While Star-Lord was willing to sacrifice himself to end the warpath of the gods in the second issue of the writer Al Ewing’s series with art by Juann Cabal, he was instead transported to the kingdom of Morinus. Once he felt that there was no way to return to his own universe, Star-Lord created a new life for him that lasted almost 150 years, and his powers as a Master of the Sun also grew during that time. However, the Olympian gods eventually found Quill, and a door back home was unveiled. The gods followed Quill, who returned to his own universe only a few months after his “death.”
Now, the war of the gods is coming to the universe and the Guardians are the only ones standing in its way. Knowing that the gods will come after Quill to exact revenge before doing anything else, the Guardians prepare to do their last battle where there will be no collateral damage from the loss of innocent lives: Daedalus-5, the barren landscape where the armed. Galactus shot and wreaked havoc on the United Front during the Annihilation event. While this site brings up some dark memories for many on the team, Nova still has a heart to heart with Star-Lord motivated by Quill’s surprising return from the supposed grave. However, Gamora is not so happy, she hits him square in the face as she is clearly still angry that he ran away to help Nova fight the gods in the first place, especially after he told Gamora that he would stay away. . However, the Guardians will soon have to put their personal feelings aside when the Gods arrive. Despite the immense power of the pantheon, the Guardians look more prepared than ever to face Olympus.
It’s going to be very interesting to see how Star-Lord fares against the Gods using his own power against them. While fans were able to see Quill using his newfound powers in the latest issue against one of Knull’s symbiote dragons in the King in black bonding problem, facing the Gods will be the true test of Star-Lords. It should also be noted that Pedro lived for almost 150 years during the few months he was away. That certainly has to change an insignificant person in significant ways, and it wouldn’t be surprising if Quill became less of the version you see in the MCU movies, and became somewhat wiser, perhaps even becoming a more effective leader. for Guardians in general. .
Regardless, the Guardians are the only heroes who stand in the way of the Gods. If they fail, it is highly likely that Star-Lord will be killed by the Gods for real this time, and no doubt many of his friends would also die before the Gods begin their war and universal conquest in the universe. Maybe, Star-lord and the Guardians of the Galaxy may win the day, all before Al Ewing Space age the initiative starts with Guardians of the Galaxy # 13, seeing the list expand enormously with all sorts of amazing new additions to the cosmic team from Marvel Comics.
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