Sometimes tie-ins can be good and worth checking out regardless of their irrelevance to the main story like Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra - Guardians of Knowhere is definitely knot one of these. Another Secret Wars tie-in. Another failure. This was basically a revolving door of characters that popped in and out of the pages fighting one another. I suppose there is a bit of a 'reveal' at the end of this issue that sets things up for I dunno what for actually. The artwork was zippy. I guess there is that.
Also, some new dude villian is introduced named YOTAT that's supposed to be really badass - but really we don't know anything about him. Only he was hard to beat down 2. Only he was hard to beat down. Another useless limited run in the useless Secret Wars that marvel claims is going to 'change everything. I can picture all the studio people at Marvel sitting there laughing at us as they light their crack pipes with big fat stacks of readers cash.
View 1 comment. Feb 29, Terence rated it it was ok. Gamora is wanted by a Thor for leaving her territory. A criminal is seeking revenge on Drax for getting him arrested before he could take over Knowhere. So I got Guardians of Knowhere from my library otherwise I wouldn't have bothered with it. The volume epitomizes the term meh.
It has nothing special going for it. Gamora is wanted for Secret Wars battleworld infractions and Drax is dealing with a standard revenge plot.
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The whole thing is wrapped up with a Secret Wars Battleworld ending aka Doom Gamora is wanted by a Thor for leaving her territory. The whole thing is wrapped up with a Secret Wars Battleworld ending aka Doom isn't what he seems, he's a fraud. This is completely forgettable. View all 3 comments.
Aug 22, Anthony rated it liked it Shelves: secret-wars. Another disappointing addition to Bendis and his Guardians of Lacklustre. Deodato on art means it looks pretty, and it does tie-in well with Battleworld, God Doom and Secret Wars, but I don't think Bendis is as good as he thinks he is on Guardians of the Galaxy. Or maybe Bendis and science fiction just isn't for me? Sep 25, Sesana rated it it was ok Shelves: superhumans , comics. Most of the book is a dull slugfest with a character who doesn't really matter. Not sure what I was expecting out of this, but I was definitely hoping for more.
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Jan 27, Gary Butler rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels. Number out of on my all time book list. Most of the Warzones! What plot? There's barely a story holding together this barely interesting collection of a four issue Secret Wars tie-in. A big dude wants to kill Drax the Destroyer. That's it.
That's the whole story. And it takes Bendis four issues of fighting to slog through it. Of the few Secret Wars tie-ins I've read so far, this is easily the most pointless and disconnected. Jan 14, Paul E. Morph rated it it was ok Shelves: comics-read-in This Secret Wars tie-in is basically a four issue long fight scene This is pretty much the definition of un-essential. Also, the artist keeps forgetting to draw Rocket Raccoon's tail and none of the editors noticed.
View all 19 comments. Sep 19, Sonic rated it really liked it. Sep 11, Alex E rated it really liked it. This is one of the tie in books that I was looking forward to. Bendis, with his history with the Guardians and his style in general, is a favorite of mine. And Deodato, who alot of people have issues with, is a great artist in my opinion.
I really don't see the issue with his art. And the book delivers well. While not a instant classic, its a good, solid story that ties into the main event. In a nutshell, Gamora is being pursued by Angela to answer to the crime of heresy against Doom. Along the This is one of the tie in books that I was looking forward to. While the plot is a bit trite, and some of the dialog is strenuous, for the most part its a blast. Especially towards the end as we definitely get some forward momentum on the overall event. Something has been building, and this is our first glance at what it could be.
Look forward to the next tie in, as it appears we are winding down the Secret Wars event.
Recommended for fans of Bendis' Guardians or Deodato's art. Sep 20, Dan rated it liked it Shelves: comics-and-graphic-novels , gotg. The galaxy has been destroyed and all that remains is Battleworld. Except this Guardians of the Galaxy Secret Wars tie-in tells us that's not entirely true. Battleworld has a moon, Knowhere, the head of an ancient Celestial being.
Gamora, Rocket and Drax are its Guardians.
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Whilst most of the Secret Wars books tell a story of their own, this is more about the set-up to the Guardians being involved in the event. Gamora, with her recently gained celestial powers, thinks there's something wrong with The galaxy has been destroyed and all that remains is Battleworld. Gamora, with her recently gained celestial powers, thinks there's something wrong with the world, and she's right of course. This blasphemy leads to a battle with Angela, in this world a member of the Thorsguard. There's also a big fight with Yotat, "the destroyer of the destroyer" and a mysterious blue woman who is never really explained.
So yes, this is the Guardians having some big fights before they actually get involved with the meaty stuff of Secret Wars. It is by no means the most inspiring Guardians story of the last few years. Also, I really didn't like the art. It's difficult to explain why by Mike Deodato's dark art here lacks character. I would have much preferred if this had been drawn by Steve McNiven, or one of the other Guardians artists. A bearable but pretty pointless Guardians of the Galaxy Secret Wars tie-in. It's readable enough but you won't miss anything if you don't read this one.
Aug 17, Shannon Appelcline rated it it was ok Shelves: comics , comics-marvel.relstilachra.ga
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Another entirely mediocre Secret Wars crossover. In fact, I've stopped buying them because they're so "meh", but this one has been on my shelf for a while. To be fair, Bendis does more with the premise than most.