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So you want to get started with the Guardians of the Galaxy?
The first thing you gotta know is these aren’t your every-day, goody-two-shoes, superheroes. The Guardians are some of the most badass space pirates this side of the Milky Way, and before they make their big screen debut, comiXology is here to make sure you’re the most well-versed person in the theater opening night.
First you gotta meet the team:
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic #1 ft. Drax the Destroyer
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic #2 ft. Rocket Raccoon
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic #3 ft. Gamora
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic #4 ft. Groot
Jump into the renowned 2008 run by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. This series put together the characters that we have all suddenly become obsessed with. You can pick it up in 25 single issues or 4 collected volumes, or for the frugal minded grab the whole thing with our Guardians of the Galaxy Bundle
Maybe you just want to get reading right now and don’t care about all that backstory. You’re the type of reader with modern sensibilities, eh? Well lucky for you GotG just got a fresh coat of paint early last year, by the man, the legend, the prolific writer and answerer of many a hair-dressing question on tumblr, brianmichaelbendis. Dive into now and you could be caught up by tonight! Pick up Vol. 3 right here.
And for the completists among us, we present to you some Universe-Expanding reads in Annihilation, where bug-like villain Annihilus enters the universe from the Negative Zone with the Annihilation Wave, a massive armada of warships. The Annihilation Wave begins to destroy anything in its path, including huge chunks of galactic civilization. Nova (Richard Rider) assembles a force to fight back. Check it out here.   High-res

comixology:

So you want to get started with the Guardians of the Galaxy?

The first thing you gotta know is these aren’t your every-day, goody-two-shoes, superheroes. The Guardians are some of the most badass space pirates this side of the Milky Way, and before they make their big screen debut, comiXology is here to make sure you’re the most well-versed person in the theater opening night.

First you gotta meet the team:

Jump into the renowned 2008 run by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. This series put together the characters that we have all suddenly become obsessed with. You can pick it up in 25 single issues or 4 collected volumes, or for the frugal minded grab the whole thing with our Guardians of the Galaxy Bundle

Maybe you just want to get reading right now and don’t care about all that backstory. You’re the type of reader with modern sensibilities, eh? Well lucky for you GotG just got a fresh coat of paint early last year, by the man, the legend, the prolific writer and answerer of many a hair-dressing question on tumblr, brianmichaelbendis. Dive into now and you could be caught up by tonight! Pick up Vol. 3 right here.

And for the completists among us, we present to you some Universe-Expanding reads in Annihilation, where bug-like villain Annihilus enters the universe from the Negative Zone with the Annihilation Wave, a massive armada of warships. The Annihilation Wave begins to destroy anything in its path, including huge chunks of galactic civilization. Nova (Richard Rider) assembles a force to fight back. Check it out here.

comiXolgy Unbound's Weekend #comicbinge↳Superior Spider-Man
Otto Octavius’s tenure as the superior Spider-Man has come and gone, but this weekend we are going to re-live our favorite SpOck moment while we re read all 31 issues. 
[Binge on Superior Spider-Man on comiXology]
Let us know what your favorite Superior Spider-Man moments were with a reply to this post! I was a fan of the “Peter Palmer” reference above.
#comicbinge comes to you every Friday at the end of the work day suggesting series runs you can binge on over the weekend!   High-res
comiXolgy Unbound's Weekend #comicbinge
Superior Spider-Man

Otto Octavius’s tenure as the superior Spider-Man has come and gone, but this weekend we are going to re-live our favorite SpOck moment while we re read all 31 issues. 

[Binge on Superior Spider-Man on comiXology]

Let us know what your favorite Superior Spider-Man moments were with a reply to this post! I was a fan of the “Peter Palmer” reference above.


#comicbinge comes to you every Friday at the end of the work day suggesting series runs you can binge on over the weekend!

If you’ve been waiting for a good time to get into Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley’s INVINCIBLE, now is that time! 
All this weekend you can get every issue for just 99¢ each, collections as low as $2.99, and for maximum savings you can get all 110 issues for $75!
If you don’t know what Invincible is, it’s Robert Kirkman’s (The guy who created The Walking Dead) take on the world of superheroes, and it’s not afraid to push the boundaries of the genre.

Mark Grayson is teenage superhero Invincible. He was a normal high school senior with a normal part-time job and otherwise normal life, except his father Nolan is the superhero Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero on the planet. At the age of 17, Mark begins to display superpowers, which come from his father being a member of the Viltrumite race, who, according to Nolan, pioneer the galaxy on a mission of benevolence and enlightenment. As Invincible, Mark begins working as a superhero, with his father acting as his mentor, and meeting other heroes. Mark worked occasionally with a superhero team called the Teen Team (consisting of Robot, Rex Plode, Dupli-Kate and Atom Eve), from there discovering that his Physics teacher has been turning his students into human bombs. He stops his teacher with the help of the heroine, Atom Eve. He also foils a plan to make an army of robots, created by the Mauler Twins. Meanwhile Omni-Man is kidnapped by aliens, taken to another dimension, but returns after what seems to be only a few days, but was actually eight months to him.

[Check out the INVINCIBLE sale on comiXology]   High-res

If you’ve been waiting for a good time to get into Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley’s INVINCIBLE, now is that time! 

All this weekend you can get every issue for just 99¢ each, collections as low as $2.99, and for maximum savings you can get all 110 issues for $75!

If you don’t know what Invincible is, it’s Robert Kirkman’s (The guy who created The Walking Dead) take on the world of superheroes, and it’s not afraid to push the boundaries of the genre.

Mark Grayson is teenage superhero Invincible. He was a normal high school senior with a normal part-time job and otherwise normal life, except his father Nolan is the superhero Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero on the planet. At the age of 17, Mark begins to display superpowers, which come from his father being a member of the Viltrumite race, who, according to Nolan, pioneer the galaxy on a mission of benevolence and enlightenment. 

As Invincible, Mark begins working as a superhero, with his father acting as his mentor, and meeting other heroes. Mark worked occasionally with a superhero team called the Teen Team (consisting of Robot, Rex Plode, Dupli-Kate and Atom Eve), from there discovering that his Physics teacher has been turning his students into human bombs. He stops his teacher with the help of the heroine, Atom Eve. He also foils a plan to make an army of robots, created by the Mauler Twins. Meanwhile Omni-Man is kidnapped by aliens, taken to another dimension, but returns after what seems to be only a few days, but was actually eight months to him.

[Check out the INVINCIBLE sale on comiXology]