History YMMV / GuardiansOfTheGalaxy

20th Jun '16 7:44:04 PM Eagal
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** "I'm gonna need his X" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Based on the RunningGag of Rocket requesting other people's prosthetics [[ItAmusedMe for his own amusement]].[[/labelnote]] Soon, people took notice of a [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier particular character who had a metal arm.]] [[http://www.deviantart.com/art/Rocket-Raccon-and-The-Winter-Soldier-476203287 Utter]] [[http://qbark.deviantart.com/art/I-NEED-THAT-GUY-S-ARM-475999475?q=favby%3ATheWildWestPyro%2F55003901&qo=7 hilarity]] [[http://tyrinecarver.deviantart.com/art/I-Need-This-473939944?q=favby%3ATheWildWestPyro%2F55003901&qo=6 ensued.]]

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** "I'm gonna need his X" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Based on the RunningGag of Rocket requesting other people's prosthetics [[ItAmusedMe for his own amusement]].[[/labelnote]] Soon, people took notice of a [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier particular character who had a metal arm.]] [[http://www.deviantart.com/art/Rocket-Raccon-and-The-Winter-Soldier-476203287 Utter]] [[http://qbark.deviantart.com/art/I-NEED-THAT-GUY-S-ARM-475999475?q=favby%3ATheWildWestPyro%2F55003901&qo=7 hilarity]] hilarity [[http://tyrinecarver.deviantart.com/art/I-Need-This-473939944?q=favby%3ATheWildWestPyro%2F55003901&qo=6 ensued.]]
12th Jun '16 10:25:40 AM Silverblade2
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** Ronan. In the comics he has received some great character development and become a complex AntiVillain who often works as an ally of the heroes. In the film he is portrayed as a standard pure evil villain, which wouldn't be so bad if he wasn't [[spoiler:incinerated by the Power Stone at the end of the film without developing any Anti-Villainous traits]].
8th Jun '16 10:18:57 PM MyFinalEdits
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* {{Narm}}: "Your politics bore me", a line coming from ''[[GreaterScopeVillain Thanos]]'', comes across as unintentionally [[LargeHam hammy]] and almost straight out of something you would hear in a Golden Age comic book. Though it helps a bit that this mirrors the reaction of a lot of the audience towards Ronan. He also refers to Ronan as having the demeanor of "a pouting child", something that would be outright silly if Ronan [[IResembleThatRemark wasn't indeed pouting like a sullen little boy upon his departure]].
** The deleted scene of Gamora and Nebula, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zhDcuHJBG0 here]] is made a lot less intense by the squeaking of their (obviously leather) costumes(as it was an unfinished scene) and the fact that several shots involve their faces getting a little [[FoeYay ''too'' close to each other.]]
*** It probably doesn't help matters that the scene is titled "Sisterly Love".

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"Your politics bore me", a line coming from ''[[GreaterScopeVillain Thanos]]'', comes across as unintentionally [[LargeHam hammy]] and almost straight out of something you would hear in a Golden Age comic book. Though it helps a bit that this mirrors the reaction of a lot of the audience towards Ronan. He also refers to Ronan as having the demeanor of "a pouting child", something that would be outright silly if Ronan [[IResembleThatRemark wasn't indeed pouting like a sullen little boy upon his departure]].
** The deleted scene of Gamora and Nebula, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zhDcuHJBG0 here]] is made a lot less intense by the squeaking of their (obviously leather) costumes(as it was an unfinished scene) and the fact that several shots involve their faces getting a little [[FoeYay ''too'' close to each other.]]
*** It probably doesn't help matters that the
]] The scene is titled "Sisterly Love".
8th Jun '16 10:15:20 PM Rodangizzardcrusher3
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** The deleted scene of Gamora and Nebula, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zhDcuHJBG0 here]] is made a lot less intense by the squeaking of their (obviously leather) costumes(as it was an unfinished scene) and the fact that several shots involve their faces getting a little [[FoeYay ''too close to each other.]]

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** The deleted scene of Gamora and Nebula, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zhDcuHJBG0 here]] is made a lot less intense by the squeaking of their (obviously leather) costumes(as it was an unfinished scene) and the fact that several shots involve their faces getting a little [[FoeYay ''too ''too'' close to each other.]]]]
*** It probably doesn't help matters that the scene is titled "Sisterly Love".
8th Jun '16 10:12:20 PM Rodangizzardcrusher3
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** The deleted scene of Gamora and Nebula, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zhDcuHJBG0 here]] is made a lot less intense by the squeaking of their (obviously leather) costumes(as it was an unfinished scene) and the fact that several shots involve their faces getting a little [[FoeYay ''too close to each other.]]
26th May '16 8:10:36 PM jdgs
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** Starcat, the relationship between Peter Quill and Kitty Pryde. Some despise it and feel it came out of nowhere just for the sake of making 'Kitty dates a lot of Peters' jokes, while others have found it surprisingly endearing and enjoyed it due to their fun and flirty dynamic.

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** Starcat, the relationship between Peter Quill and Kitty Pryde. Some despise it and feel it came out of nowhere just for the sake of making 'Kitty dates a lot of Peters' jokes, while others have found it surprisingly quite endearing and enjoyed it due to their fun fun, commited and flirty dynamic.



** ''Bring back [=DnA=]'' (Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning) has pretty much become their fandom's catchphrase. Sadly Abnett and Lanning no longer work together, but did do two final Guardian's comics before their split. Abnett returned to the franchise to do Guardians3000, a series based on the original team and will be working on Guardians of Infinity during the All New All Different Marvel relaunch, a team-up book where members from both iterations of the team (the current team now called Guardians 2000) will find a third iteration from the first millenium (called Guardians 1000).

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** ''Bring back [=DnA=]'' (Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning) has pretty much become was their fandom's catchphrase. Sadly Abnett and Lanning no longer work together, but did do two final Guardian's comics before their split. together and Abnett returned to the franchise to do Guardians3000, a series based on the original team and will be working on Guardians of Infinity during the All New All Different Marvel relaunch, a team-up book where members from both iterations (the only one of the team (the current team now called Guardians 2000) will find a third iteration from who remained at Marvel) decided to go exclusive with DC after the first millenium (called Guardians 1000).failure of his last cosmic comic "Guardians of Infinity".
21st May '16 4:56:48 PM erforce
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** Given that it's a reasonably family-friendly supernatural buddy comedy around a team of "losers", with enough large-scale action and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar subtle bawdy humor]] to appeal to adults, many people have called it a successor to ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.

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** Given that it's a reasonably family-friendly supernatural buddy comedy around a team of "losers", with enough large-scale action and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar subtle bawdy humor]] to appeal to adults, many people have called it a successor to ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}''.
12th May '16 12:42:48 AM BURGINABC
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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.
19th Apr '16 11:50:16 PM Scraggle
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Ronan the Accuser]] is a genocidal Kree terrorist and renegade wholly devoted to the destruction of the planet of Xandar, out of vengence for his father and grandfather in the war. Disgusted by his people signing a peace treaty, Ronan is [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduced to the audience]] by confronting a captive member of Xandar's Nova Corps, [[YourHeadAsplode crushing the helpless man's skull]] with his [[DropTheHammer Universal Weapon]], and [[BloodBath bathing in his blood]]. Beginning the film as a henchman of the [[GreaterScopeVillain Mad Titan]] ComicBook/{{Thanos}}, Ronan seeks to gather an item for Thanos so that he will destroy Xandar for him. Under Thanos, Ronan has committed multiple murders, including the deaths of Drax the Destroyer's wife and daughter. He later pursues the film's motley band of heroes to the space prison The Kyln, and orders a full massacre of every prisoner to leave no witnesses. When he realizes the power of the Infinity Stone he has been sent to retrieve, Ronan [[TheStarscream double-crosses Thanos]] and vows to kill him after he's finished with Xandar. Assaulting the planet, he even orders his own men to become suicide bombers by flying their ships into Xandar, injuring and killing numerous civilians. After mocking Drax about [[ButForMeItWasTuesday finally remembering murdering his family]], he declares Xandar "guilty" by his psychotic philosophy and attempts to purge it of all life. Brutal, violent, relentless, and unforgiving, Ronan stands as an example of rage, fanaticism, unchecked hatred, and utter cruelty, and [[KnightOfCerebus really stands out]] in such a relatively [[VileVillainSaccharineShow light-hearted movie]], though he does get one comical moment when Peter [[spoiler:challenges him to a dance off, which gets him easily distracted because it makes no sense]]. Nonetheless, this has earned Ronan the reputation of being one of ''the'' most despised villains in the MCU.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Ronan the Accuser]] is a genocidal Kree terrorist and renegade wholly devoted to the destruction of the planet of Xandar, out of vengence for his father and grandfather in the war. Disgusted by his people signing a peace treaty, Ronan is [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduced to the audience]] by confronting a captive member of Xandar's Nova Corps, [[YourHeadAsplode crushing the helpless man's skull]] with his [[DropTheHammer Universal Weapon]], and [[BloodBath bathing in his blood]]. Beginning the film as a henchman of the [[GreaterScopeVillain Mad Titan]] ComicBook/{{Thanos}}, Ronan seeks to gather an item for Thanos so that he will destroy Xandar for him. Under Thanos, Ronan has committed multiple murders, including the deaths of Drax the Destroyer's wife and daughter. He later pursues the film's motley band of heroes to the space prison The Kyln, and orders a full massacre of every prisoner to leave no witnesses. When he realizes the power of the Infinity Stone he has been sent to retrieve, Ronan [[TheStarscream double-crosses Thanos]] and vows to kill him after he's finished with Xandar. Assaulting the planet, he even orders his own men to become suicide bombers by flying their ships into Xandar, injuring and killing numerous civilians. After mocking Drax about [[ButForMeItWasTuesday finally remembering murdering his family]], he declares Xandar "guilty" by his psychotic philosophy and attempts to purge it of all life. Brutal, violent, relentless, and unforgiving, Ronan stands as an example of rage, fanaticism, unchecked hatred, and utter cruelty, and [[KnightOfCerebus really stands out]] in such a relatively [[VileVillainSaccharineShow light-hearted movie]], though he does get one comical moment when Peter [[spoiler:challenges him to a dance off, which gets him easily distracted because it makes no sense]]. Nonetheless, this has earned Ronan the reputation of being one of ''the'' most despised villains in the MCU. movie]].
12th Apr '16 10:16:13 AM manhandled
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Ronan the Accuser]] is a genocidal Kree terrorist and renegade wholly devoted to the destruction of the planet of Xandar, out of vengence for his father and grandfather in the war. Disgusted by his people signing a peace treaty, Ronan is [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduced to the audience]] by confronting a captive member of Xandar's Nova Corps, [[YourHeadAsplode crushing the helpless man's skull]] with his [[DropTheHammer Universal Weapon]], and [[BloodBath bathing in his blood]]. Beginning the film as a henchman of the [[GreaterScopeVillain Mad Titan]] ComicBook/{{Thanos}}, Ronan seeks to gather an item for Thanos so that he will destroy Xandar for him. Under Thanos, Ronan has committed multiple murders, including the deaths of Drax the Destroyer's wife and daughter. He later pursues the film's motley band of heroes to the space prison The Kyln, and orders a full massacre of every prisoner to leave no witnesses. When he realizes the power of the Infinity Stone he has been sent to retrieve, Ronan [[TheStarscream double-crosses Thanos]] and vows to kill him after he's finished with Xandar. Assaulting the planet, he even orders his own men to become suicide bombers by flying their ships into Xandar, injuring and killing numerous civilians. After mocking Drax about [[ButForMeItWasTuesday finally remembering murdering his family]], he declares Xandar "guilty" by his psychotic philosophy and attempts to purge it of all life. Brutal, violent, relentless, and unforgiving, Ronan stands as an example of rage, fanaticism, unchecked hatred, and utter cruelty, and [[KnightOfCerebus really stands out]] in such a relatively [[VileVillainSaccharineShow light-hearted movie]], though he does get one comical moment when Peter [[spoiler:challenges him to a dance off, which gets him easily distracted because it makes no sense]]. Nonetheless, this has earned Ronan the reputation of being one of the most despised villains in the MCU.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Ronan the Accuser]] is a genocidal Kree terrorist and renegade wholly devoted to the destruction of the planet of Xandar, out of vengence for his father and grandfather in the war. Disgusted by his people signing a peace treaty, Ronan is [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduced to the audience]] by confronting a captive member of Xandar's Nova Corps, [[YourHeadAsplode crushing the helpless man's skull]] with his [[DropTheHammer Universal Weapon]], and [[BloodBath bathing in his blood]]. Beginning the film as a henchman of the [[GreaterScopeVillain Mad Titan]] ComicBook/{{Thanos}}, Ronan seeks to gather an item for Thanos so that he will destroy Xandar for him. Under Thanos, Ronan has committed multiple murders, including the deaths of Drax the Destroyer's wife and daughter. He later pursues the film's motley band of heroes to the space prison The Kyln, and orders a full massacre of every prisoner to leave no witnesses. When he realizes the power of the Infinity Stone he has been sent to retrieve, Ronan [[TheStarscream double-crosses Thanos]] and vows to kill him after he's finished with Xandar. Assaulting the planet, he even orders his own men to become suicide bombers by flying their ships into Xandar, injuring and killing numerous civilians. After mocking Drax about [[ButForMeItWasTuesday finally remembering murdering his family]], he declares Xandar "guilty" by his psychotic philosophy and attempts to purge it of all life. Brutal, violent, relentless, and unforgiving, Ronan stands as an example of rage, fanaticism, unchecked hatred, and utter cruelty, and [[KnightOfCerebus really stands out]] in such a relatively [[VileVillainSaccharineShow light-hearted movie]], though he does get one comical moment when Peter [[spoiler:challenges him to a dance off, which gets him easily distracted because it makes no sense]]. Nonetheless, this has earned Ronan the reputation of being one of the ''the'' most despised villains in the MCU.
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