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This is a masterpost for anyone who is interested in the Guardians of the Galaxy and isn’t sure where to start or what to read. I’ve compiled a masterpost based on the reading list by marveloki. The masterpost is arranged in correct reading order, but please feel free to consult marveloki’s reading list if you’re still having trouble figuring out what to read next.
The Guardians of the Galaxy team roster in these titles includes: Drax the Destroyer, Gamora, Adam Warlock, Quasar, Rocket Raccoon, Groot, Star-Lord, Mantis, Moondragon, Major Victory, Bug, Jack Flag, and Cosmo the Spacedog. Many of these characters will be appearing in Marvel’s upcoming GotG movie, so if you’re interested in learning more about them this is certainly a good place to start.
- Annihilation: Conquest - Read the Prologue, then the Starlord stuff, and then just plain old Annihilation Conquest.
- Guardians of the Galaxy #1-25 (2008)
- The Thanos Imperative - Read the main run and then Devastation.
- Annihilators/Annihilators: Earthfall - Read Annihilators first.
i just hate that in order for a character to have flaws yet still have a chance at redemption in fan’s eyes, the characters’ flaws have to be structured around some trope-y shounen ending meant to teach audiences a lesson about teamwork or something (i.e. asahi being shy and learning over to overcome his fears, kageyama being too bullheaded and stubborn but learning to work as a team player, etc.). yet when a character is shown to have genuine human flaws which are unpleasant only because they honestly mirror widespread audience experiences, they’re vilified by fans and denounced as unlikeable, irredeemable trash
And it’s always theses types of characters that turn out to be my favourites. There is just something intriguing about watching them develop and it adds so much more to them as a character as well as to the story/plot when they do have more genuine flaws (because at the end of the day it gives you something to relate to even if its good or bad). I think personally characters that have more human/real life flaws to them or complexed characters in general are just fascinating and I adore watching them redeem themselves not as a fictional character but as a person your watching/reading about because you can sit there and realise someone, somewhere could be going though the same thing as this character and they don’t deserve you thinking so little of them, and maybe this character you dislike for what ever reason (your choice) can help them in ways you didn’t even dream of. (This is one of the reason’s I don’t upload things about characters I dislike.)
do you ever see a character that’s worshipped by a fandom and go “you’re not that great”
IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT KIND OF WRITER YOU ARE YOU CAN BE WRITING: POEMS, FANFICS, IDK NORMAL FICS, NOVELS, SHORT STORIES, IDK ANYTHING!! JUST REBLOG!!!