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Peter Quill battles the Badoon, saves an orphanage, and still finds time to flirt with the X-Men's Kitty Pryde--all in a day's work for the legendary Star-Lord! But when Peter is captured by a bounty hunter with a strange connection to his past, can the two make amends before he's fed to a giant alien? A Badoon death sentence isn't exactly Peter's idea of a good time--luckily, he's got an ace up his sleeve. But Star-Lord soon encounters the all-powerful Titan responsible for so much mayhem in his life: Thanos! It's the battle to end all battles! Unless Star-Lord somehow survives--and if he does, the vicious Mister Knife and the ancient cosmic artifact known as the Black Vortex are waiting!
Collecting: Legendary Star-Lord 1-5
|Title||:||Legendary Star-Lord, Vol. 1: Face It, I Rule|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
June 03, 2015
Ok, so this was good, but not as cool as I was hoping it would be.
This is another solo title that's made up of one & done issues that only loosely interconnect. Which is fine, not everything needs to have a grand story arc.
One constant theme is his budding relationship...
May 11, 2016
I should rate this book lower simply for featuring a character called 'Mister Knife', but fortunately Face It, I Rule is enjoyable enough to overlook such a poorly-named villain. Much like Rocket Raccoon's solo outing, Legendary Star-Lord is better than the Guardians Of The Galaxy series it origi...
September 29, 2015
Yeah. Okay. This was quite good.
There's some cool nods to music (thanks to the awesome GOTG soundtrack) and the Quill/Kitty relationship didn't play out as I thought it would, which was fun. For me, that was the best part of this book. Partly because Kitty is my favourite X-man character.
March 08, 2016
Overall, it was pretty good. I didn't really enjoy the first two issues in terms of plot or character development, but the last three issues really turned it around. Those issues were enough to make me decide to continue this series in the future.
February 16, 2016
Peter Quill lands in jail (twice), meets his half-sister, and breaks Kitty Pryde's heart, just a weenie-tiny bit.
Quill is a cool character. Lots of swagger and boasting. Cocky. Confident. A heart of gold. Not very original, but worth reading about. Some of the charm offensive wears thin after a...
July 06, 2015
This was actually pretty fun. Sure, it's hardly deep reading, and some of the humor is kind of cheesy. But it was mostly entertaining, and I liked Peter rather more than I probably should have while reading it. His relationship with Kitty is cute, but it so isn't going anywhere. I mean, come on,...
January 22, 2017
I had a very high expectation for this one but sadly it turned out to be a little boring story. Idk but Star-Lord without the Guardians of Galaxy crew just meh.
December 29, 2016
Do I know what just happened?
Did I still enjoy it?
Yes. (Peter Quill is always a favorite, and this comic was so much fun. Loved the vibe.)
April 03, 2015
I checked this out because I was reading The Black Vortex, and fancied a little more backstory, and I certainly got some of that. This is mostly some done-in-one adventures featuring Star-Lord, although issues 1 and 4 especially do tie together. There's an attempt made to reconcile this new 'movi...
August 12, 2014
''What kind of sister would i be if i let you fall?''
''No one calls the guardians of the galaxy krutackers!''
Oh Victoria! Tengo que decir que en el final del primer comic, la primera aparición de Victoria, Ella no me agrado, me molesto el hecho de que J'son haya tenido otro hijo supongo.. Sob...