History YMMV / GuardiansOfTheGalaxy

9th Sep '17 3:53:49 AM SatoshiBakura
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* StrangledByTheRedString: Some might argue that the relationship between Quill and Gamora sort of came out of nowhere. Also, the entire group could be seen as a platonic case: five mostly unpleasant people (except for Groot) who mostly hate each other's guts (except for Groot and Rocket being established as HeterosexualLifePartners from the beginning) somehow become TrueCompanions willing to die for each other, in an inordinately short amount of time without enough Character Development as to why they suddenly like each other so much.
6th Sep '17 4:41:18 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* Thanos crossed this at his backstory, when he wiped out Gamora's race and abducted her, Nebula, and other children to serve as tools, and put them through horrific training.
22nd Aug '17 7:06:33 PM Gregzilla
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* FanonDiscontinuity: The Cancerverse arc is considered to be the ultimate low point of Bendis's run, with many fans wanting to forget it. The Nova tie-in to The Black Vortex may or may not have iturned this into CanonDiscontinuity as well depending on how one interprets the images the Black Vortex shows the new Nova.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: The Cancerverse arc (the tie-in to ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'') is considered to be the ultimate low point of Bendis's run, run (which directly contradicts large swathes of the ending to ''ComicBook/TheThanosImperative'' and has inconsistently spelled named among other issues), with many fans wanting to forget it. The Nova tie-in to The Black Vortex ComicBook/TheBlackVortex may or may not have iturned this into CanonDiscontinuity as well depending on how one interprets the images the Black Vortex shows the new Nova.
10th Jul '17 10:08:59 PM JulianLapostat
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** It's also seen as a good one for ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' complete with a red jacket wearing time-displaced protagonist (Star Lord/Fry) who pines for an alien woman (Leela/Gamora) who's gruff and aloof, with a bunch of goofy sidekicks tagging along, one of whom has a dubious understanding of language and social interactions (Zoidberg/Drax). Likewise, the film and the cartoon have a similar theme about love and family being the only constant in a vast infinite universe.
4th Jul '17 3:33:43 PM JulianLapostat
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* GatewaySeries: The movie and its sequel served as one for Marvel's cosmic and outer-space characters. Until ''Guardians'', Marvel's space characters were considered to be less iconic and notable than DC's roster, but the films raised both in profile. It also made many into fans of SpaceOpera and SpaceWestern.
19th Jun '17 4:37:59 AM SatoshiBakura
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: The film is entirely composed of a group of terrible people only saving people for the money, with the only good member of the team being Groot who dies at the end. It's clear by the end that they're still out for themselves and it makes the movie entirely unenjoyable.
19th Jun '17 4:28:26 AM Maxiboy136
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* DorkAge: Some fans believe Volume 3 was this to the Guardians due to the excessive changes in the book (most of them are listed under "They Changed It Now It Sucks" below), which are thought to have been at least partially driven by Bendis' infamous tendency to disregard established continuity. Bendis has defended his creative decisions by saying he wanted to honour the [=DnA=] era by not trying to imitate it, but for many fans this still doesn't justify the extent of the changes he made with regards to things like character, setting and tone.

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* DorkAge: Some fans believe Volume 3 was this to the Guardians due to the excessive changes in the book (most of them are listed under "They Changed It Now It Sucks" below), which are thought to have been at least partially driven by Bendis' infamous tendency to disregard established continuity. Bendis has defended his creative decisions by saying he wanted to honour respect the [=DnA=] era by not trying to imitate it, but for many fans this still doesn't justify the extent of the changes he made with regards to things like character, setting and tone.
13th Jun '17 4:11:53 PM StFan
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** Fans had this reaction upon learning that [[ParksAndRecreation Andy Dwyer]] would be a Marvel superhero, but most were pleasantly surprised.

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** Fans had this reaction upon learning that [[ParksAndRecreation [[Series/ParksAndRecreation Andy Dwyer]] would be a Marvel superhero, but most were pleasantly surprised.
11th Jun '17 12:29:08 AM Mulder1515
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: The film is entirely composed of a group of terrible people only saving people for the money, with the only good member of the team being Groot who dies at the end. It's clear by the end that they're still out for themselves and it makes the movie entirely unenjoyable.
9th Jun '17 1:36:42 PM Mewseeker
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** "Oh... ''yeah''."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Rocket's enthusiastic response to Drax tossing him a gun during the escape from the Kyln.[[/labelnote]]

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** "Oh... "[[HellYeah Oh...]] ''yeah''."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Rocket's enthusiastic response to Drax tossing him a gun during the escape from the Kyln.[[/labelnote]]
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