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See Groot’s Evolution with this New Marvel Legends Figure Set

From Potted Groot to Baby Groot to Big Groot, check out the growth of this beloved figure with this new Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel Legends figure set.

Exclusive to Entertainment Earth the set features 3 Groot figures with movie-inspired design and detail, the Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel Legends Groot Evolution Action Figures Set is an epic addition to any collection of legendary heroes. Groot gets a growth sprout – er, spurt – with this Groot Evolution 3-pack from the Marvel Legends Series, featuring 3 Groot figures in 3 different sizes. Imagine giving the galaxy something to root for with the 9-inch Groot figure, modeled after Groot in his adult form. Then, pretend to meet Groot as just a sapling with the included a pair of 1-inch Groot figures, which stand as reminders that inside every tree there is… an even smaller tree. From potted prodigy to towering tree-like humanoid, Groot uses powers of regeneration to become a legendary defender of intergalactic justice.

Out September 2020, the figures retail for $21.99.


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Unboxing: Marvel Collector Corps “The Infinity Saga”

Marvel Collector Corps is the bimonthly premium box service from Funko and Marvel featuring all sorts of mysterious goodies inside. This month’s theme is “The Infinity Saga” celebrating Marvel’s first massive story in their cinematic universe!

We show off what you get inside this new box. You can order the next one now which has the theme of “Black Widow” and will be out in May.

You can order the box through Amazon.

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The Infinity Stones Return and the Gauntlet is Passed this June

The Infinity Stones have played a key role in some of the Marvel Universe’s most defining moments, and now they’ve returned in the hands of Marvel’s most popular new characters. The chase for the powerful Infinity Stones will play out in Infinite Destinies, launching this summer!

In a series of eight annuals, each installment will pair Marvel’s biggest heroes like Captain America and Iron Man with some of Marvel’s newest heroes and villains including Star, Amulet, and more. These exciting new additions to the Marvel mythos may or may not possess one of the sought after stones — but the real question will be who will be holding them in the end, and what will it mean for the future of the Marvel Universe?

Writer Jed MacKay and artist Ibraim Roberson kick things off in Iron Man Annual #1. When Iron Man learns about the strange people who kidnapped and tortured Miles Morales, he HAS to look into it. What he finds out about the Assessor and especially Quantum will shock him…and you!

Iron Man Annual #1

Writer Gerry Duggan and artist Marco Castiello will then turn the focus on the fugitive known as Overtime in Captain America Annual #1. After breaking out of death row when the Time Stone chose to bond with his soul, Overtime was gifted powers he barely understood. Now, thanks to Captain America… his time is up.

Captain America Annual #1

Each annual will also contain a chapter of “Super-Spy vs. Super-Spy,” a story following Nick Fury as the Agent of Nothing and Phil Coulson as the Agent of Mephisto — two brothers-in-arms who will face off and reunite for the first time since Coulson’s death.

The Infinity Stones and their abilities have always been shrouded in mystery, but one thing is for certain: where these stones go, trouble follows. Expect cataclysmic battles, shocking twists, and jaw dropping revelations about some of Marvel’s most promising new characters when Infinite Destinies begins this June! Stay tuned for announcements about other Infinite Destinies annuals coming in July and August from Marvel’s top talent including Kelly Thompson and Saladin Ahmed.

Infinite Destinies

Preview: Guardians of the Galaxy #3

Guardians of the Galaxy #3

(W) Al Ewing (A) Juan Cabal, More (CA) Ivan Shavrin
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 18, 2020
SRP: $3.99

• The Guardians saved the Galaxy – at great and terrible cost. And now, they have to break the news… to the Guardians.
• Four artists tell three stories of two bonds broken, one born again…
• …and the birth of the West Spiral Arm Guardians!

Guardians of the Galaxy #3

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Batman #90

It’s a new week and we’re pumped to bring you lots of news and more! While we get ready to roll, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Sora News 24 – Thanks to the coronavirus over 450 manga volumes are now free to read online – Nice! Will this have a boost for digital elsewhere?

CBR – White Knight‘s Murphy Apologizes to LGBTQ Community Over Non-DC Cover – Bets there’s more to the story and someone spoke to him?

Reviews

Talking Comics – Batman #90
Comic Attack – The Fuhrer and the Tramp #1-5
AIPT – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Faithless
Geek Dad – Lois Lane #9
AIPT – Marauders #9
The Nerd Daily – Marvel Action: Captain Marvel: Cosmic Cat-tastrophe

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #2

Guardians of the Galaxy #2

Things wrap up quick in Guardians of the Galaxy #2. In what could have been a drawn-out four or five-issue arc, instead, we get things shaken up after just two. And wow, things are shaken up.

Writer Al Ewing keeps things moving at a frenetic pace. This rag-tag version of the Guardians of the Galaxy are up against the gods of Olympus. Things aren’t looking good. They’re outnumbered and outclassed and taking heavy losses. But, these are the Guardians of the Galaxy and that’s what they’re generally up against.

What Ewing delivers though is heart. There’s some events in the comic that are sure to be fake outs. But, there’s emotion on multiple levels. There’s the desperation of the team. There’s the hurt of the battle. Finally, there’s the loss of a team member. Guardians of the Galaxy #2 has a flair for the dramatic and pulls it all off with highs and lows.

The art by Juann Cabal helps a lot. With color by Federico Blee and lettering by Cory Petit the art delivers some of that emotion. There’s shocking horror moments delivered just through visiuals. But, it’s how each character acts and what’s on their faces that really delivers the punches to the gut. Beyond that, there’s some beautiful art with one particular page being absolutely beautiful and had me lingering to take it in.

Guardians of the Galaxy #2 wraps up a quick story arc. In those two issues it delivers a rollercoaster ride of a story. There’s some shocking moments and a true feeling of desperation throughout. It captures that underdog essence that makes Guardians of the Galaxy a great team and series.

Story: Al Ewing Art: Juann Cabal
Color: Federico Blee Letterer: Cory Petit
Story: 9.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation:
Buy

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Guardians of the Galaxy #2

Guardians of the Galaxy #2

(W) Al Ewing (A) Juan Cabal (CA) Ivan Shavrin
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 19, 2020
SRP: $3.99

• Peter Quill fights for his life against the King of the Gods! Rocket fights alone against the legions of Hephaeustus! Phylla-Vell makes a choice between love and duty – with death on the line!
• And somewhere, a black hole bomb ticks down to zero…
• The Guardians’ first mission comes to a cataclysmic end!

Guardians of the Galaxy #2

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Wonder Woman #750

It’s a new week and while some of the team have a holiday today, we’re not slowing down! While you wait for things to get rolling, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

Screen Rant – Spider-Man’s Rock Album Confirms He’s Marvel’s Grooviest Hero – The Broadway musical proves this.

Prague Morning – Over 23.000 Visitors Attended the First Comic-Con in Prague – Very cool!

ICv2 – Hachette To Publish: ‘Parasite’ Graphic Novel – This’ll be interesting to see how it does.

The Comichron – Wonder Woman #750 leads January comics sales; orders down on fewer new comic releases – For those interested in the race.

Reviews

Herts Advertiser – Captain Marvel: ReEntry
Herts Advertiser – Dead Man Logan: Welcome Back Logan
Herts Advertiser – Guardians of the Galaxy: The Final Gauntlet

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Captain Marvel #14

It’s a new comic book day tomorrow! What are you all excited for? What do you plan on getting? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: Cassandra Comics offers a humorous yet all too real look at daily life – Free comics!!!

Reviews

The Beat – Breathers #1
Newsarama – Captain Marvel #14
Comic Attack – Ghostbusters: Year One #1
Talking Comics – Guardians of the Galaxy #1
Talking Comics – Middlewest #14
Comic Attack – Milky #3
The Beat – What’s Michael?

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