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Marvel drops ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ #13 trailer

Al Ewing and Juan Frigeri introduce new teammates, new costumes and new enemies in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13, on sale April 14th!

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The new Marvel Space Age is coming with Guardians of the Galaxy #13 leading the charge this April. To get fans pumped, Marvel has released a trailer for the issue which will feature new teammates, costumes, and enemies. Written by Al Ewing with art by Juan Frigeri, fans can pick it up in comic book shops on April 14th.

That new team lineup can be seen in the trailer below and was fully revealed in February.

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“It’s a way to change things up a little, to raise the stakes and the tension, and partly it’s a way to play off S.W.O.R.D. – the Space Avengers to counter the Space X-Men,” Ewing explained in a recent interview with CBR. “But mostly, it was where the story wanted to go. Originally, this was all heading to a darker place, but – possibly because the world’s endured enough darkness recently – once I was in the thick of it, I ended up tacking towards something brighter and more positive, and that led to the idea of the Guardians as a superhero team in a more official capacity.”

For more on this news, read the official press release below.

New York, NY— March 17, 2021 — MARVEL’S NEW SPACE AGE IS HERE! Prepare for the ride of your life as writer Al Ewing and artist Juan Frigeri kick off a new era of Guardians of the Galaxy in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13. The milestone 175th legacy issue will introduce a new status quo for the band of cosmic heroes which finds the Guardians deputized by the Galactic Council.

Facing down their greatest threats and embarking on their boldest missions, the Guardians need to expand their roster like never before. The new team will have Guardians mainstays like Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, and Groot as well as surprising recruits such as Wiccan, Hulkling, the original Quasar, and DOCTOR DOOM! See the full team lineup for yourself and the first glimpse at their action-packed new adventures in the Guardians of the Galaxy #13 trailer, featuring never-before-seen artwork!

“It’s a way to change things up a little, to raise the stakes and the tension, and partly it’s a way to play off S.W.O.R.D. – the Space Avengers to counter the Space X-Men,” Ewing explained in a recent interview with CBR. “But mostly, it was where the story wanted to go. Originally, this was all heading to a darker place, but – possibly because the world’s endured enough darkness recently – once I was in the thick of it, I ended up tacking towards something brighter and more positive, and that led to the idea of the Guardians as a superhero team in a more official capacity.”

For Earth, there are the Avengers. For everywhere else, there’s the Guardians of the Galaxy. Blast off with the Galaxy’s Mightiest Heroes when GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13 hits stands on April For more information, including an exclusive sneak peek, visit Marvel.com.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #13 (FEB210537)

Written by AL EWING

Art by JUAN FRIGERI

Colors by FEDERICO BLEE

Cover by BRETT BOOTH

On Sale 4/14

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