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Star-Lord...trapped in jail...in the Negative Zone Prison...under attack from King Blastaar and his barbarian hordes! Will Rocket Raccoon and his new Guardians arrive in time to save their leader? Given their recent run of luck, probably not! Plus, cool art by Star Wars penciler Bong Dazo staggering revelations about Adam Warlock – as events continue to build to WAR OF KINGS! Surely you must be there for the next chapter of the series that has WeeklyComicBookReview.com raving: “If you aren’t reading GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY yet, now is the time to get a taste of the awesome that is Rocket Raccoon and the gang

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A weaker issue in a great series 0

I love Guardians of the Galaxy to die for but this issue wasn't one of the best. I think one of the reasons was more than half of this issue was spent in the 42 prison. I hated Civil War and hated almost everything that came out of it and 42 was no exception. I liked Jack Flagg in Thunderbolts but here he is really stupid. I didn't get why Mentor attacked Quasar and Drax and who he was talking to. However, the biggest fall of the issue is the art and its a shame because this was one of the best ...

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