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Marvel Preview: Guardians Of The Galaxy #8
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Marvel Preview: Guardians Of The Galaxy #8

Can things get worse? It’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. Things always get worse.

At the diplomatic conference to decide the future of space, there’s been a murder most foul – and one of the delegates is responsible! It’s up to Ranger Rocket to save Marvel Boy from execution, solve the mystery and find the real killer – while a ticking bomb counts down to zero! Can things get worse? It’s GUARDIANS. Things always get worse.

Guardians Of The Galaxy #8

Written by Al Ewing
Art by Marcio Takara
Cover by Rafael Albuquerque
Release Date: November 4, 2020

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