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Guardians Of The Galaxy #9

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.


The Guardians of the Galaxy have all had to change and adapt since the Grootfall began but none more than Mantis. What fractured Mantis, and what secrets has she been keeping from the team?

It’s time to put the past to bed, and there’s only one thing that can help the Guardians do it: an INFINITY STONE!

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24 pages
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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90


    It’s time to dive right into the mind of the most fractured of the current team members, as Guardians Of The Galaxy #9 asks who Mantis really is. A wonderfully handled one-off issue that answers questions, is chock full of emotion, and continues the momentum right toward the series conclusion.

  • 90

    Guardians of the Galaxy delivers another truly stunning issue, combining a stand-alone premise with some fascinating implications for the team going forward. To say any more would spoil (and do a disservice to) the delightful and cathartic story that unfolds, with Colin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing continuing to have a distinct grasp on each Guardian’s characterization. Kev Walker’s art is particularly great in this installment, with some inventive fight scenes (and a few cameos) that are worth lingering on. Overall, this issue further cements why this current run of Guardians is working so well.

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