I still like this better than The Dark Knight Rises.

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Okay, maybe I’ve been crying a little.  I’m so sad to see this series ending, but hopefully we’ll get to see these lovable losers show up elsewhere.  Thank you Spencer, Lieber and company for one hell of an enjoyable ride.

Nova #23 cover by Zachary Montoya

Nova #23 cover by Zachary Montoya

"Space Merle was basically Walking Dead Merle." 

— my friend on Michael Rooker’s performance in Guardians of the Galaxy

I hate seeing the Marvel logo in movies like Amazing Spider-Man 2 and the Fantastic Four films* because I feel like the general public assumes anything with the logo is automatically from Marvel Studios and will associate the inferior quality of Fox and Sony productions with Marvel.
Does this bother anyone else or is it just me?
*I know there is very little information available yet, but I have no faith in the Fantastic Four reboot to be any different.

I hate seeing the Marvel logo in movies like Amazing Spider-Man 2 and the Fantastic Four films* because I feel like the general public assumes anything with the logo is automatically from Marvel Studios and will associate the inferior quality of Fox and Sony productions with Marvel.

Does this bother anyone else or is it just me?

*I know there is very little information available yet, but I have no faith in the Fantastic Four reboot to be any different.

It’s not as easy as you’d think.

Hey, Marvel Studios, now that you’ve given us a thief, two thugs, an assassin and a maniac, the next time you want to prove that you can make anything a hit how about a spy, a spaceman, a siren, a mermaid, a robot and a gorilla?

I’m not going to be able to see Guardians of the Galaxy until next weekend.  I feel like I’m probably going to need to stay off Tumblr until then.

It is worth relating that one of the other attractive user-friendly features of the Nitro Weapons Systems Model 66 B.P.B (being-portable blaster) is the toggle that allows the owner to select a nonlethal “stun” setting.  Rocket had owned the Nitro 66 for eight months before Groot pointed this feature out to him.  When he did so, Rocket laughed for nine minutes, then asked “Why would you need that?”  
— Rocket Raccoon & Groot Steal the Galaxy by Dan Abnett.
Rocket Raccoon artwork by Skottie Young

It is worth relating that one of the other attractive user-friendly features of the Nitro Weapons Systems Model 66 B.P.B (being-portable blaster) is the toggle that allows the owner to select a nonlethal “stun” setting.  Rocket had owned the Nitro 66 for eight months before Groot pointed this feature out to him.  When he did so, Rocket laughed for nine minutes, then asked “Why would you need that?”  

Rocket Raccoon & Groot Steal the Galaxy by Dan Abnett.

Rocket Raccoon artwork by Skottie Young