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Guardians of the Galaxy SB 2 - Kriegerin des Himmels

Guardians of the Galaxy SB 2 - Kriegerin des Himmels

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Guardians of the Galaxy SB 2 - Kriegerin des Himmels

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3/5 (45 Bewertungen)
Länge:
94 Seiten
18 Minuten
Freigegeben:
Oct 21, 2016
ISBN:
9783736727298
Format:
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Die Guardians of the Galaxy sind auf der Flucht! Das beschädigte Raum-Zeit-Gefüge schleudert nach Age of Ultronaußerdem eine legendäre Gestalt ins Marvel-Universum:Angela! Der Kampf zwischen der mysteriösen Kriegerin und den Wächtern der Galaxie könnte die Zukunft des gesamten Kosmos gefährden! Und dann ist da noch Thanos, der verrückte Titan ...
Freigegeben:
Oct 21, 2016
ISBN:
9783736727298
Format:
Buch

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  • (3/5)
    Tony's still hanging with the Guardians, bugging the heck out of them, while being mocked by Rocket. There's a new bounty on Gamora's head, that causes some problems, and then they meet Angela. She's from Heven and has only heard of Earth in stories. She and the Guardians get off to a rocky start, but Star-Lord of all people actually connects to her and they don't destroy each other. Then Thanos tries to destroy Earth and help comes to the Guardians from unexpected sources.I liked this Guardians TPB even more than the first one. The characters aren't static and the writing is the usual good stuff that you get when Bendis is the writer.I also found it hilarious that with each issue I find myself liking Rocket Raccoon more and more. Weird, I know, but he's growing on me.
  • (3/5)
    Entertaining, but OH MY GOD why must they continue with the T A females!? Angela would be a fun character if she wasn't dressed like a hooch with her back breaking stance to be oh so sexy. Geez guys, enough already.
  • (4/5)
    Summary: The Guardians of the Galaxy are an eclectic group of "heroes": There's Star-Lord, aka Peter Quill, the half-human son of the royal line of Spartax; Gamora, daughter of the Thanos and the most dangerous woman in the universe; Drax, a green warrior who's rarely defeated; Rocket Racoon, a smart-mouthed genetic experiment gone awry; and Groot, a tree-creature with amazing regenerative properties but a somewhat limited vocabulary.In Volume 2, Gamora intervenes to stop Angela, a powerful creature of unknown origin who is headed directly for Earth. But when Peter senses a rip in time and space, he goes to confront the Guardian's old enemy, Thanos, who has plans of his own for the Earth and its inhabitants.Review: I had the same problem with these books as I have with reading pretty much every Marvel Universe book… namely, I haven't read *enough* Marvel Universe comics, and therefore am totally lost a large percentage of the time. (Exceptions are total reboots, like Marvel 1602, or really peripherally-related series like Runaways - but even in those, there were definitely references I didn't catch.) This series collects Guardians of the Galaxy comics that start with issue #1, so I thought this would be an okay place to start. And in some ways it was; in Volume 2, we get some more development of the other characters, and tidbits of info on their backstory, but a lot of the plot revolves around the fallout of some major event that happened offscreen. (I'm assuming in some other comic, potentially in some other series? But at first it made me wonder if I was reading the collections in the right order, or if they'd left an issue out.) I also have no frame of reference for the various alien civilizations and other bad guys that are mentioned, and all of the Iron Man/Avengers references that are tossed around would have gone totally over my head if I hadn't seen the movie. (…and I'm sure most of the references *did* go over my head.) This kind of frustration with how inaccessible to newcomers this interconnection makes Marvel Comics is absolutely why I don't read more superhero comics, despite my library's plentiful supply.But despite all that, I followed the basic meat of the stories pretty well, at least in terms of what was getting punched and/or blown up, if not always exactly why. The art is bright and colorful and fun to look at, if often times physically improbable (both in the costuming department, and in the "how exactly are they flying un-helmeted through the vacuum of space again?" sense?). There's also a good bit of humor interspersed with all the action; the Guardians seem like the kind of smart-ass snarky superheroes I could theoretically get behind, if I could figure out where the hell a new reader is supposed to start. 3.5 out of 5 stars.Recommendation: This was a fun enough read, but I suspect that the more familiar you are with the Marvel Universe, the more you'll enjoy it… and the less likely you are to need (or trust) my recommendation.