'Guardians of the Galaxy' #13 Kicks Off Marvel's New Space Age
New teammates, new costumes, and a new artist as Al Ewing begins the next era of his critically-acclaimed run!
For Earth, there are the Avengers. For everywhere else, there’s the Guardians of the Galaxy.
This April, writer Al Ewing teams up with artist Juan Frigeri for a new arc of his epic run on GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. The double-sized milestone 175th issue, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13, will introduce the book’s new lineup, reveal the Guardian’s bold new mission, and welcome readers to Marvel’s new space age!
They were soldiers, misfits, mercenaries, thieves and a family. They were heroes… but times have changed. The galaxy no longer needs heroes. It needs Super Heroes! In the aftermath of their climatic battle with the Olympian gods, the Guardians of the Galaxy have been deputized by the Galactic Council. New adventures call for new teammates and the Guardians have expanded their roster like never before. Joining Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, and Groot will be Young Avengers Wiccan and Emperor Hulkling as well as some surprising new teammates yet to be revealed. Now, when the call goes forth—whether it’s from a stranded team of planetary explorers or Emperor Hulkling and his Kree/Skrull Alliance—the Guardians of the Galaxy answer!
"GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, both the book and the team, are going to be stepping up a gear in 2021, with villains the team have never faced, guest stars you never thought you'd see, and a new teammate you can't even begin to believe—all coming together for a crisis that'll shake every planet in the Marvel universe down to the bedrock...maybe even a backwater planet like Earth,” Ewing promises.
The New Age of Space is here. Get on board, True Believer—it’s going to be the ride of your life! Don’t miss GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13 when it hits stands in April!
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13
Written by AL EWING
Art by JUAN FRIGERI
Cover by BRETT BOOTH
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