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  • The Guardians of the Galaxy TV series is a great continuation of the widely successful and entertaining movie, "Guardians of the Galaxy." The show nails the characters, and goes into more depth about them, specifically into their past. The adventures the Guardians experience together are thrilling and also comedic. It is also really cool how the TV show expands upon the movie's popular soundtrack "Awesome Mix Vol. 1" with its own excellent soundtrack "Cosmic Mix Vol. 1," consisting of similar songs from the 70s.

    Overall, this is a great show and I look forward to the finale, which is sure to be a phenomenal mix of funny, exciting, gripping, thrilling and suspenseful.
  • Sure, the show isn't going to be as titillating as the movies, but it captures the characters fantastically! The plots are easy enough for the kids to follow but still gripping enough to keep the big kids interested. The comedy is also just right, managing to keep the characters cheek without causing offence.
  • Comics are made and written for only one and only one purpose that is f or entertainment so just plug it in and get entertained do not so harsh and analyse so much.
  • Warning: Spoilers
    As of writing this there has currently been 6 aired episodes.

    I was really looking forward to Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy after seeing the shorts about the characters' backgrounds, but unfortunately the actual show left much to be desired.

    Let me just start with saying I'm a big fan of the Guardians of the Galaxy comic books, and I am very familiar with many of the characters introduced in the show.

    When the show started I immediately felt that this show would be just based off of the characters, with no connection to the story lines of the comic books - which I'm completely fine with - but I still feel like the show needs to honor it's source material.

    The show is also supposed to be a continuation of the movie (while still not being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe) but it's so sloppy compared to the movie. The soundtracks aren't as well placed as they were in the movie, the characters are slightly dull and shallow and the story lines are mediocre most of the time.

    Spoilers ahead: The show started reasonably strong. You could tell from the jokes, the dialogue and the slightly forced moral-of-the-story that this was a show for kids and would probably not be enjoyed by most of the more mature audience, but I still enjoyed it; I take every chance I can get to see my favorite comic book characters move and talk on a screen.

    What really blew it for me however, was the constant introduction of cosmic characters. I have always loved to see cosmic characters in the comic books - Galactus, Thanos, the Collector etc. - and I thought I would love it in the show, but unfortunately it was poorly executed.

    These cosmic characters have a reputation of being extremely strong in the comics, but in the show they are nowhere near that level of power. The Black Order (Thanos' generals) consisting of Supergiant, Black Dwarf, Proxima Midnight, Ebony Maw, and Corvus Glaive, were easily matched by the Guardians while in reality they would have beaten the Guardians senseless with ease. The Collector and the Grandmaster were both easily thwarted by the team while they are both supposed to have some of the stronger intellects in the universe. On the plus side though, Drax' power level seems to match his comic book self more than his movie version.

    So, to summarize: Pros: You get to see your favorite team in new environments fighting new battles, and if you can tolerate the bad you will find quite some nuggets of gold here and there. That's it, that's the only pro.

    Cons: It's not honoring it's source, it's poorly executed most of the times, the characters feels forced and shallow, the morals feels pushed down your throat more often than not and the stories doesn't feel convincing at all.

    If I hadn't read any comics I would probably have given this show a 6/10, maybe 7/10 if it caught me on a good day, but as it is now I give it 5/10. Would not recommend.
  • WeAreLive29 October 2017
    This isn't worst I have seen from Marvel animated or the best but it is just nothing special at all.

    I don't really get why did Marvel have to make there animation even more dark then what it was. However the designs are pretty good for this show and most of the background is very detailed.

    Honestly, Avengers Assemble and Marvels Spider-Man the two current shows are better than this because they have less annoying characters and at least don't behave like idiots.

    Will Friedle is a good voice actor but honestly he is not that good as Star-Lord but it is not as annoying or unbearable like his deadpool from Ultimate Spider-Man.

    However this isn't as bad as Hulk and the agents of smash but it is still scraping it's dumbness.

    Since I am a massive fan of Guardians of the galaxy i will continue watching. If you like this or if you are going to watch more power to you. But honestly I would recomand something like Avengers Earths mightiest heroes instead.
  • This show like the rest of the current awful marvel shows is nothing but an advertisement for the movies. The animation is sloppy, the story lines are half baked, and there is nothing noteworthy to speak of it just kind of exists for the heck of it. Avengers emh, spectacular spider-man, and wolverine and the x men were all made with love and care but they got canceled because of the marvel/Disney merger. What marvel should do to get the approval of its fans is renew those 3 shows and release the Josh Keaton Spider-Man episodes of emh and even if they don't we can still have hope that Netflix renews them one day. So all in all boycott these piles of garbage they're putting out, show your love for the canceled marvel animated shows/universe and let us bring them back from the dead. #Joshkeatonisspiderman #specspidey4netflix #bringbackavengersemh #fireloeb
  • They really need to learn how to draw animals better, especially when their faces are in full-on view. The way they do it is very disconcerting, as if they were only trained to draw flat, human faces.

    Also, why is Rocket digitigrade, when raccoons are naturally plantigrade, like humans?
  • mujohaso1 May 2018
    Im saddened that such a great comic and movie franchize has such a poor and low quality animation series behind it. Its pure,pure trash. The animation is of the simplest form, the energy and enthusiasm in the voices seem like they were done in their lunch break at their original job, the stories, ....the stories deserve a whole review to itself for how horrible and bad they are. There is nothing of substance there, nothing interesting, nothing of a moral subnote, nothing of a general interesting redline, nothing of what is basic comic worth... And theyve even managed to make the characters which are originally fabulous and cool, totally uninteresting somehow. This show isnt worth the half a fart, actually, its insulting and makes you dumber for watching it.
  • Why was this show made its so boring the phasing is dull the writing is half ass ed there is nothing to this show that stands out instead of the animation there no likability to the chactors but there's nothing but flash and no substance just stay away from this show if you what to support the movie franchise base of the marvel brand ugh
  • I could watch this show again and again and not get bored. I enjoy. Where as the movies, I would probably not watch again.
  • Mrman6942015 April 2020
    This show is so overrated. The Guardians are bland as ever, and I lost interest in 5 minutes.


  • It's just like avengers Assemble. It's pure garalbage. Voice overs bad. Animation bad. Development bad. Tone bad. Quality real bad.

    They can'd emh after 2 seasons. Yet this show lasts over 4 years. That makes no sense on any galaxy.

    Verdict. If you like this show. Oh boy.
  • Warning: Spoilers
    This show is a bit catch as catch can.

    When the story is about Drax, Gamora or Groot, the show has decent narrative flow.

    When Quill (or his father) is the primary focus... things devolve quickly. I don't know if Will Friedle is improvising the majority of his lines, or the writers just are incapable. So much of the dialogue from Quill sounds like a six year old with ADD wrote it.

    I understand shows like this one are written with the child demographic in mind, but maybe the kids out here deserve a bit more credit than this series' depiction of Peter Quill gives them.