In Guardians Of The Galaxy #7, it's a new day in the farthest reaches of the universe as all the great spaceborne empires come together in their own Paris Peace Conference to ratify guidelines and come to a common understanding. Because this is the Marvel universe, of course, that means some brand of shenanigans are afoot, and that means one of comics' most ridiculous teams is up to bat.
Unfortunately, like many books these days, it gets you all hot and bothered and just closes the door on you, wanting to make you come back for another (paid) good time next month. Sure, periodicals, but each issue should give you a complete moment — beginning, middle, and end — and here, you only get the first and part of the second. That's not bad, but it's not exactly catching you in that sweet spot. RATING: HONORABLE MENTION.
Guardians Of The Galaxy #7
By Al Ewing, Marcio Takara, Rafael AlbequerqueThe new age of space is here! In the wake of EMPYRE, the political map of the galaxy has been redrawn – which means it's time for a nice, peaceful diplomatic conference. As the new ambassador for the Utopian Kree, MARVEL BOY made a solemn promise to be on his best behavior… …so how come his fellow diplomats are being murdered one by one – and it looks like he's the killer?