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Published October 3, 2019

NYCC 2019: Al Ewing's New 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Are Coming This January

Revealed during Marvel's Next Big Thing panel at NYCC 2019, the 'Immortal Hulk' scribe takes over for the cosmos' favorite misfits!

As announced during Marvel's Next Big Thing panel at New York Comic Con 2019, a new team of misfits are coming to conquer the cosmos! GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, a new ongoing series written by Al Ewing with art by Juann Cabal, will arrive this January. Here is the cover by Cabal, with colors by Dean White:

Guardians of the Galaxy cover

During the panel, current GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY writer Donny Cates passed the torch -- in this case, a Funko POP Groot -- to Ewing.

Once, the Guardians of the Galaxy were a team of misfits. Now they're a family, and they've earned their peace. But the universe is not a peaceful place -- and it's only getting worse. The Great Empires are in turmoil. The rule of law is dead. And amidst the chaos, the Gods of Olympus have returned -- harbingers of a new age of war, reborn to burn their mark on the stars themselves. Someone has to guard the galaxy -- but who will accept the mission? And will they survive it? Al Ewing (IMMORTAL HULK) and Juann Cabal (FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD SPIDER-MAN) bring you in on the ground floor of a whole Marvel Universe of action and suspense this January!

For all the news coming out of New York Comic Con 2019, stay tuned to Marvel.com/nycc2019!

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