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Marvel fills in gaps for new ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ lineup

Marvel Comics has revealed all but two of the new Guardians of the Galaxy roster!

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Late yesterday, Marvel Comics teased there are many more Guardians of the Galaxy to reveal on Al Ewing and Juan Frigeri’s team lineup. The image drawn by Brett Booth revealed a few characters in silhouette.

A few of those figures have been filled in and those figures include Quasar (Avril Kincaid), Hercules, and Mantis.

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Marvel fills in gaps for 'Guardians of the Galaxy' lineup

As you can see there are a few more gaps to fill in. The wait won’t be too long though as the final two members will be revealed by Marvel Comics.

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