Star-Lord: Guardian of the Galaxy

Star Lord Guardian of the Galaxy Just in ti me for his big screen debut Star Lord s sensational seventies sci fi sagas are collected in one volume After aliens killed Peter Quill s mother he became an astronaut hoping to find the

  • Title: Star-Lord: Guardian of the Galaxy
  • Author: Steve Englehart Chris Claremont Doug Moench Timothy Zahn Steve Gan John Byrne Carmine Infantino Bill Sienkiewicz
  • ISBN: 9780785154495
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • Just in ti me for his big screen debut, Star Lord s sensational seventies sci fi sagas are collected in one volume After aliens killed Peter Quill s mother, he became an astronaut, hoping to find the killers and take revengeuntil a fateful encounter with the Master of the Sun unlocked Quill s true destiny Now, as the intergalactic policeman Star Lord, Quill faces alieJust in ti me for his big screen debut, Star Lord s sensational seventies sci fi sagas are collected in one volume After aliens killed Peter Quill s mother, he became an astronaut, hoping to find the killers and take revengeuntil a fateful encounter with the Master of the Sun unlocked Quill s true destiny Now, as the intergalactic policeman Star Lord, Quill faces alien slavers, space pirates, world destroying ships, ancient space arks, vengeful beast men, winged cloud riders, symbiotic planetoids and COLLECTING MARVEL PREVIEW 4, 11, 14 15, 18 STAR LORD STORIES MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL 10 STAR LORD STORY MARVEL SPOTLIGHT 1979 6 7 MARVEL PREMIERE 61 STAR LORD 1996 1 3

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    2 thoughts on “Star-Lord: Guardian of the Galaxy

    1. Steve Englehart Chris Claremont Doug Moench Timothy Zahn Steve Gan John Byrne Carmine Infantino Bill Sienkiewicz says:

      Steve Englehart went to Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut After a stint in the Army, he moved to New York and began to write for Marvel Comics That led to long runs on Captain America, The Hulk, The Avengers, Dr Strange, and a dozen other titles Midway through that period he moved to California where he remains , and met and married his wife Terry.He was finally hired away from Marvel by DC Comics, to be their lead writer and revamp their core characters Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Green Lantern He did, but he also wrote a solo Batman series immediately dubbed the definitive version that later became Warner Brothers first Batman film the good one.After that he left comics for a time, traveled in Europe for a year, wrote a novel The Point Man , and came back to design video games for Atari E.T Garfield But he still liked comics, so he created Coyote , which within its first year was rated one of America s ten best series Other projects he owned Scorpio Rose , The Djinn were mixed with company series Green Lantern with Joe Staton , Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four Meanwhile, he continued his game design for Activision, Electronic Arts, Sega, and Br derbund.And once he and Terry had their two sons, Alex and Eric, he naturally told them stories Rustle s Christmas Adventure was first devised for them He went on to add a run of mid grade books to his bibliography, including the DNAgers adventure series, and Countdown to Flight, a biography of the Wright brothers selected by NASA as the basis for their school curriculum on the invention of the airplane.In 1992 Steve was asked to co create a comics pantheon called the Ultraverse One of his contributions, The Night Man, became not only a successful comics series, but also a television show That led to Hollywood work, including animated series such as Street Fighter, GI Joe, and Team Atlantis for Disney.

    2. In a perfect world I would have given this a 4 star review. I picked this to replace floppies that I no longer had and to get some cash for the ones I still did. By the time I got through with the Doug Moench stories I remembered how uneven the character's various rus had been.Lets start with emphasizing the good. The second story is by the team of Chris Claremont/John Byrne/Terry Austin. At the time this story was published it was at the height of this team's work. Calremont in the text piece d [...]

    3. The Starlord (Preview 4). Englehart's original story is really impressively classic SF, like the exploration science fiction of the '40s by authors such as Doc Smith. This whole (long) issue is just an origin, but it's nicely done with great characterization all the way, revealing who this Peter Quill is. It anticlimaxes a bit at the end, which smooshes the resolution into just a few pages, but otherwise this remains a very intriguing piece. It also offers a few bits of Star-Lord lore which are [...]

    4. Sometimes I'm a big fan of wacky out there science fiction. Unfortunately, this collection of early Star-Lord series didn't really do it for me. Sometimes "old" comics lack a deeper meaning, and I think that's what stops me from really liking these stories. This science fiction didn't always reflect back out world, it didn't really challenge me in any way. There are some fun stories here but overall it just didn't stand out for me- stories dragged on and left me wanting more- but not in a good w [...]

    5. Pleasantly surprised by this title. Deals with some pretty interesting themes and has a Heinlein sort of feel to it. Some of it is a bit of a stretch (the annoying quotation marks around "Ship" all the time and a few of the stories weren't as good as others), but all the same - worth a read.Definitely not the same guy from the movies, though both are quite interesting.

    6. A fun read if you like 70's and 80's Science Fiction Space Opera. I liked the both the Black and White art in the first half, and the spacey color art in much of the second half. Forget about the Guardians of the Galaxy" movie - it was fun, but Star-Lord was not the same character. Star-lord as shown in the movie was your basic Smart-Alec rogue, like Han Solo. In contrast, the book started with a narcissistic and vengeful anti-hero Peter Quill who reminded me of Gully Foyle from "Star's my Desti [...]

    7. Another book I have mixed feelings about! This seems to be the month for it. It was interesting from the stand point of reading the comic origins of a movie character I really like. Some of the stories in it were pretty interesting as well. Others I just had to shake my head at. I know that there are often inconsistencies and changes when there is a gap in production, or when they change writers, but at times there were inconsistencies within the same story. Also, some of the stories were just r [...]

    8. Perfection. The original spirit of Star-Lord that DnA captured perfectly in Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2, and has been lost post-Thanos Imperative in Bendis' hands. Here is the intelligent, soulful hero, instead of Marvel's current marketing ploy of changing Peter to be a "roguish" Han Solo knock-off that matches their adaptation of the character for the MCU. Look back to this, Marvel, and remember.

    9. This really is a manual on how to do the same character fifty different ways. Very different from the Star-Lord of the Silver Screen, this Peter Quill can be brooding, aggressive, and volatile as well as a pacifist, funny and charming. Some really lovely artwork, residually in those stories by Claremont & Zahn.

    10. Stanford's early adventures.The early adventures of Starlord are true sci-fi fun. It is a shame that the character has been so drastically altered recently since the original is so interesting and entertaining.

    11. Eh. Actually, I found this rather boring, felt that within the single issues the plot was rather difficult to follow and I didn't like this version of Star-Lord's character.

    12. I like these old collections, they remind me of when I first started reading comics.The stories in this one overlap a bit, can be a bit campy, but overall tell some great stories.

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