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Guardians of the Galaxy - Volume 1: Legacy (Anglais) Broché – 8 avril 2009

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Launching out of Annihilation: Conquest, Marvel's sci-fi heroes unite to protect the cosmos! Back-to-back Annihilation wars have weakened the boundaries of our universe. Dark gods and monsters are seeping through the cracks, reigning horror upon those still reeling from the recent calamities. In the face of terror, who stands to defend a desperate universe? Star-Lord and his squad of butt-kickers - the modern day Guardians of the Galaxy! All this... plus a wise-cracking raccoon and a telepathic dog! C'mon, people, time to lock and load! Collects Guardians of the Galaxy #1-6.

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Par Présence TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 10 mai 2009
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Après les 3 tomes d'Annihilation (à commencer par Annihilation 1), puis les 2 tomes d'Annihilation : Conquest (à commencer par Annihilation Conquest 1), Dan Abnett et Andy Lanning réutilise la marque des Guardians of the Galaxy (voir Guardians of the Galaxy: The Power of Starhawk pour les originaux) pour capitaliser sur le succès des 2 miniséries auxquelles ils avaient participées. Ils ont également relancé Richard Ryder dans Nova 1: Annihilation - Conquest.

Le principe est simple : vous connaissez les noms des héros, mais vous ne reconnaissez peut être pas les personnages. Premier exemple : Adam Warlock et Gamora sont des personnages que l'on connaissait dans les sagas écrites par Jim Starlin (par exemple Infinity Gauntlet Tpb (New Printing)). Dans ce tome, il est clairement dit que les Gamora et Warlock qui apparaissent n'ont plus grand chose à voir avec ce qu'ils étaient auparavant. Même cas de figure pour Starlord : impossible de reconnaître le héros créé par Chris Clarement et John Byrne.
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Par Présence TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 30 mai 2009
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Après les 3 tomes d'Annihilation (à commencer par Annihilation 1), puis les 2 tomes d'Annihilation : Conquest (à commencer par Annihilation Conquest 1), Dan Abnett et Andy Lanning réutilisent la marque des Guardians of the Galaxy (voir Guardians of the Galaxy: The Power of Starhawk pour les originaux) pour capitaliser sur le succès des 2 miniséries auxquelles ils avaient participées. Ils ont également relancé Richard Ryder dans Nova 1: Annihilation - Conquest.

Le principe est simple : vous connaissez les noms des héros, mais vous ne reconnaissez peut être pas les personnages. Premier exemple : Adam Warlock et Gamora sont des personnages que l'on connaissait dans les sagas écrites par Jim Starlin (par exemple Infinity Gauntlet Tpb (New Printing)). Dans ce tome, il est clairement dit que les Gamora et Warlock qui apparaissent n'ont plus grand chose à voir avec ce qu'ils étaient auparavant. Même cas de figure pour Starlord : impossible de reconnaître le héros créé par Chris Clarement et John Byrne.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 love the movie? see where the mischief began! 3 septembre 2014
Par Korey Brooks - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is how the guardians started defending the galaxy...well sort of. Originally united as a team in marvel's annihilation mini series the guardians in that series were so popular and entertaining they got their own series which started here. This is issues 1 thru 6 of the 2008 guardians of the galaxy series which introduced a new team that fought galactic evil in the modern era (as opposed to the original concept of which the guardians were a future space faring team from the year 3000 something). This was a refreshing take on cosmic heroes in a modern era written by cosmic comic masters dan Abnett and Andy lanning who are affectionately known as DnA. They wrote legion lost for dc of which I was a fan and naturally I followed them into their foray into the marvel universe. Well worth checking out if you like cosmic action and witty banter along with passionate characters and tense action. Well written well thought out and well executed...also well worth your time. Check it out I am sure you will enjoy as I have!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Oh my stars and garters 31 juillet 2014
Par Guy with Beard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The universe is in trouble. It has just undergone two near cataclysmic events. There are rips in the time and space continuum. What the universe needs is a team to proactively work towards stopping these events from happening. What it gets is the new Guardians of the Galaxy.

I remember the old Guardians of the Galaxy. They were from the far future and hung out there for most of the time except when they came back to the "present". Then you had characters interacting with a much younger version of himself and other weird things happening. In fact, whenever Marvel sets stories in space and gets to the "cosmic" level, things get weird. What does this have to do with this new batch of Guardians? Very little except for Vance Astrovik. Oh and has me remembering just enough to be confused beyond belief. So after some quick catching up with character profiles on the internet, I went back to reading this collection of issues 1 to 6 of the new Guardians of the Galaxy.

I really got this collection to try and prepare myself for the new movie. I haven't seen the movie but I am pretty sure it is going to have very little to do with the group that is here. For the first thing, some of the characters are not in the movie (or at least in the trailers and commercials). So if you are only getting the graphic novel to go along with the movie, probably not a good idea.

If you want to actually catch up on the comics, this is a good place to start since it is there beginning. But you should know that they all have a good deal of background material that is not told in this story. So previous knowledge of the characters will definitely help to make this more enjoyable. Even with that knowledge, the story is a little confusing. The threat of the rips is not really explained beyond they are bad and dangerous. There is a lot of who can you trust with the characters, even those on the team. Most of the questions and plot lines that are started are not finished by the end of the collection. In fact, it ends with the team splitting up into different groups and them all going their own ways. To get the full story, expect to buy more collections.

The artwork is bright, colorful, and beautiful comic book illustrations.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 It's an intro ... not the best though 23 août 2014
Par WMG - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this volume to get a basic idea of what the GotG is all about. It's a group I'd heard of but, not being a huge comics fan, had never read.

The stories here are not the greatest, but the characters are interesting. The only major complaint I have is the portrayal of the group's leader, Star Lord. Throughout this six episode omnibus you're never given any idea as to what makes him the go to guy to be leader. You aren't even told about his special ability or superpower. Best I can tell, he's kind of a jerk with a horrible sense of humor.

What saves this is the other teammates. They all are given distinct personalities for the most part. They're interesting and can kick tail. The raccoon didn't get nearly enough "screen time."

Overall, pretty good writing, nice artwork and a storyline that lacks a cohesive element.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good sci-fi fun 12 août 2014
Par ChappyZach - Publié sur Amazon.com
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While the characters aren't fully fleshed out as I'd like them to be, this is a great ride. The art is great but Rocket looks more like a beaver than a raccoon. The pacing is solid and the dialog is decent.

If you want to get this because you saw the movie, be prepared for something very different. That doesn't mean better or worse, it's just that these characters have a much larger history than the ones from the movie.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Slow start, but great ending 7 janvier 2015
Par Justin Haddock - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It took awhile for this book to catch my interest. I felt that it was hard to follow. After reading more into it, I found that it all made sense. This book had a great, action packed ending that had a lot of twists and turns. I'm not sure if I will be reading the next one in the series just yet though.
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