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Guardians Of The Galaxy #14

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 9 critic ratings.


As half the team defends the Kree/Skrull Throneworld against a deadlier threat than they’ve ever faced before…the other half investigates a terrifying sacrificial cult on a mysterious planet…with the power to plunge the universe into war. Plus: A new space hero…joins…the team…

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
22 pages
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9 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comics: The Gathering

    This is an exciting time to be a Guardians fan. If the series continues like this it will end up being one of, if not THE, best Guardians run. Al Ewing is really leaning into the teams remit as quite literal Guardians of the Galaxy and the stakes have never felt higher, the storytelling and art on a new level. Readers owe it to themselves to get onboard this insane rollercoaster ride now or risk losing out on the most exciting Guardians story of the past decade.

  • 98


    This story arc is proving to be a rather good Guardians of the Galaxy story. And as someone that is still quite new to reading their comic book adventures. I can’t wait to see how they will fair against Ego. Who we last got to see in the second of the movies.

    Al Ewing does some great writing for this issue. The decision to have Moondragon transfer Dooms Consciousness into Rocket Racoon was pure genius. I’d love to see something like that happen in the movies. I split my sides laughing.

  • 85


    Guardians of the Galaxy #14 comes out swinging this week with stakes-raising storytelling and a character twist that instantly changes the dynamic of the team for the better if you like comedy, awkwardness, and a new way of looking at Dr. Doom.

  • 80


    The Guardians are in it deep as Doom tries to take control of the team. The writing is a blast, the art is getting more exciting and the team gets in it deep. It’s a horrifying build up to something evil on the horizon (but also a hell of a lot of fun).

  • 80

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Guardians of the Galaxy #14 delivers on exactly what it promises: Dr. Doom vs. the Guardians of the Galaxy. There’s action, humor, mysteries, and big reveals in this comic book that you don’t want to miss.The art and colors by Juan Frigeri and Federico Blue are excellent and Al Ewing captures the best of Dr. Doom’s character. That said, I’m not too sold on the great doctor being part of the Guardians, so we’ll see what Al Ewing does with that in the next issue.

  • 80

    This arc is off to an exceptionally strong start, and if the first two issues of the story are any indication, fans will soon be in for a delightfully tasty treat.

  • 80

    Comic Watch

    A really solid issue that’s got lots of action, adventure, humor, and a fantastic story. The payoff is high in this book, but it’s also a wonderful set-up for the next issue.

  • 80

    But Why Tho?

    While some of the dialogue may require background information on the two antagonists to appreciate fully, these two new characters are written just as well as the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy, creating some fun back-and-forth dialogue. And, of course, the artwork is wonderful.

  • 80

    Multiversity Comics

    That Al Ewing is a creative genius isn’t news but somehow he constantly comes up with fresh ideas that are not only delightful but surprising. With “Guardians of the Galaxy” #14, he’s come up with what may be his greatest creation: Doctor Doom in Rocket Raccoon’s body. This is a great issue from just about every angle. (…) “Guardians of the Galaxy” is a great issue with decent art and sets up the long game admirably.

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