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Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2: Angela Paperback – 29 Jan 2014

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  • Paperback: 164 pages
  • Publisher: Panini UK LTD / Marvel (29 Jan. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1846535700
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846535703
  • Product Dimensions: 25.9 x 1.2 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 98,783 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The ending of Age of Ultron saw time tear and multiple things change as a result, one of them being the introduction of Angela into the Marvel Universe. Who’s Angela, you say? She was a celestial bounty hunter created by Neil Gaiman during his short run on Todd Macfarlane’s Spawn series in the early 90s. She disappeared for several years while Gaiman and Macfarlane fought for who owned the rights to the character with the courts eventually favouring Gaiman. So now she’s back after Gaiman handed her over to Marvel for an appearance in the rebooted Guardians of the Galaxy, and was subsequently touted as co-writer on the Angela issues, eventually getting bumped down to consultant on Angela’s dialogue(!) for some reason. Marvel are trying to make Angela a big deal even though, if we’re all honest, few people heard of her until recently, and even fewer cared. And even though I’m not sure why her introduction had to be such a big event, she has been an ok addition to this increasingly unexciting series.

The Guardians are momentarily split with Rocket, Gamora, Tony and Groot bumming around on their spaceship while Star-Lord and Drax investigate the time incursions alien planet-side. This book commits one of the most annoying things I hate about superhero comics – arbitrary superhero fights. Angela shows up, is understandably angry at being suddenly displaced and heads to Earth for answers – Gamora then decides to attack Angela for no reason and the two swordfight on the moon. What happened to communication? How about talking to Angela first before trying to slice her head off? The fight is undeniably visually cool but in the aftermath everyone sheepishly realises if they’d just talked to start with, all of the fighting could’ve been averted – DUH!
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The stories running through issues #4-10 of the new Guardians of the Galaxy comic are collected as Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2: Angela. This volume consists of two (or three (or four)) sections, the first (issue #4) sees the group out for a night on the town, interrupted by some Spartax police and an assassin after the bounty on Gamora… while the second (issues #5-7) sees Peter Quill consult Mantis about his recent vision of the time stream, which leads him to meet with Thanos, who explains that the humans have now broken the time stream (as a result of the Age of Ultron event) and that everyone’s hand will be against them for it – which might explain the forthcoming Builder invasion that is one of the centrepieces of the Infinity event… The broken time stream has dropped Angela from her place in ‘Heven’, where she is a hunter-killer Angel, and the rest of the team detect her approaching Earth, so they go and intercept her, leading to a fight that ends up on the Moon and to the Watcher stepping in to have a word, which is never a good sign… The third section – issues #8-9 – is set in the Infinity event, as the team attempt to retake the Point and rescue Abigail Brand from Thanos’s forces, and issue #10 sees the team invading a Badoon world to free some slaves and find out a bit more about where Angela came from, as the Badoon seem to know something.Read more ›
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The stories running through issues #4-10 of the new Guardians of the Galaxy comic are collected as Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2: Angela. This volume consists of two (or three (or four)) sections, the first (issue #4) sees the group out for a night on the town, interrupted by some Spartax police and an assassin after the bounty on Gamora… while the second (issues #5-7) sees Peter Quill consult Mantis about his recent vision of the time stream, which leads him to meet with Thanos, who explains that the humans have now broken the time stream (as a result of the Age of Ultron event) and that everyone’s hand will be against them for it – which might explain the forthcoming Builder invasion that is one of the centrepieces of the Infinity event… The broken time stream has dropped Angela from her place in ‘Heven’, where she is a hunter-killer Angel, and the rest of the team detect her approaching Earth, so they go and intercept her, leading to a fight that ends up on the Moon and to the Watcher stepping in to have a word, which is never a good sign… The third section – issues #8-9 – is set in the Infinity event, as the team attempt to retake the Point and rescue Abigail Brand from Thanos’s forces, and issue #10 sees the team invading a Badoon world to free some slaves and find out a bit more about where Angela came from, as the Badoon seem to know something.Read more ›
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