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Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 4 Realm of KingsThe Guardians have been to hell and back on a desperate uest to save the past present and future of the universe itself But after their monumental efforts and terrible sacrifice could it be that due to the e. So ends the last volume of Guardians of the Galaxy until the movie came along and made them vastly popular than they had ever been before They certainly went out with a bang though This final GOTG book has action than you could shake a stick at I am Groot and the stakes don't get much higher There's a price to pay for Guarding the Galaxy though and at least one Guardian doesn't get out of this book aliveStill while this may be the last pre movie volume of their own book we haven't seen the last of the pre movie team yet; they still have a pretty major part to play in The Thanos Imperative

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Ama's Best Shots calls Marvel's most enjoyable team book there's a tremendous amount of action punctuated by some terrific humor and character developmentCollecting Guardians of the Galaxy 20 25 Realm of Kin. I read this volume after reading War of Kings and the Nova Realm of Kings stories but before reading the main Realm of Kings collection and I had no problem enjoying the stories presented This is an energetic collection of gripping stories that is relatively accessible to new readers although it certainly rewards long term fans There are a few different stories going on here as a tragedy at the end of the last volume divided the team into seven members who struggle on Knowhere in both a physical fight with a big angry monster from beyond The Fault and a political fight with their professional rivals over how best to provide security in the facility and five members who try to escape the Magus The art changes uite a bit as the larger group gets a realistic style while the smaller group is presented in a cartoony way but I think the writers have succeeded once again at dividing their large cast fairly so that everyone can share an appropriate amount of the spotlight Overall I am still not sold on the Church of Universal Truth as a concept or a fitting set of villains and they feature heavily in this collection but I greatly enjoy everything else about the volume especially the huge surprise villain to appear at the end This title is one of the best works produced by Marvel these days and I highly recommend it

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Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 4: Realm of Kings free read ì 6 ☆ The Guardians have been to hell and back on a desperate uest to save the past present and future of the universe itself But after their monumental efforts and terrible sacrifice could it be that due to the end of War of Kings and the creation of The FaNd of War of Kings and the creation of The Fault the universe is an even dangerous place than beforeand they just don't realize it yet Yes it's time to shake up the team line up again in the book that Newsar. A satisfying enough end to a satisfying enough runBut looking back now on the full 25 issue run I can see that what this book accomplishes—transforming a short lived cosmic B team from the late ‘60s and early ‘70s into a mainstream part of the modern Marvel Universe—might be impressive but it’s just not that interesting The creative risks diminish over the course of the run The narrative stakes lose their impact And the characters become increasingly generic fodder for Marvel’s modern superhero factory And like most modern Marvel creations it’s not bad This book and this team might even be better than most But it’s a book that’s much interested in “mainstreaming” and “modernizing” than it is in committing to the characters and their exploits It falls prey to the generic sheen that characterizes all too many of Marvel’s biggest most polished books By the end of the run I could imagine these characters being swapped out for any of a dozen or other characters from the Marvel roster without skipping a beat If that’s the case then this is just an exercise in branding rather than in storytelling