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Subj: GotG & PKK in JUL. ...
Posted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 at 05:58:47 pm CDT (Viewed 131 times)


Marvel in July...

Wow, Marvel's has Frank Castle all over the place, again. Still can't figure out how Cosmic Ghost Rider fits - or how much energy to invest to make him fit into Present 616. Thought his WotR stint was going to be just marketing gimmick cameo for him but it looks like we got to pay attention to the life-changing role he plays moving on, eh.

And the current Kill Gamora direction and all the contrived crazy characterization going on ain't my jam right now but, man, this is one good evocative grabber cover. And every fan fave dies or is misleads fans into believing he's going to die for a significant run and it's about time Rocket got his due.


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    GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #7

    Written by Donny Cates, art by Cory Smith, cover by David Marquez
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    The Death of Rocket begins here!

    In the aftermath of the FINAL GAUNTLET, the Guardians of the Galaxy are taking some well deserved R&R. But their vacation is about to be cut short when a familiar, but radically powerful enemy returns. And what does all of this have to do with the whereabouts of a certain raccoon?

    PUNISHER KILL KREW #1

    Written by Gerry Duggan, art by Juan Ferreyra, Cover by Tony Moore
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    ONE MAN. TEN REALMS. TOTAL WAR.

    During WAR OF THE REALMS, Frank Castle made a promise of vengeance, and Frank Castle keeps his promises. But a van full of orphans is about to make that promise a lot more complicated... How does a man kill gods and monsters?




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