COMICS: THE TRIAL OF JEAN GREY Continues in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #11.NOW

COMICS: THE TRIAL OF JEAN GREY Continues in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #11.NOW

When an alien race discovers that the original Jean Grey is back on Earth, they decide to hold her accountable for the acts of the Dark Phoenix. Hit the jump to check it out!

“The Trial of Jean Grey”
The Guardians of the Galaxy get a reminder of Earth when they cross paths with the All-New X-Men during the TRIAL OF JEAN GREY! When an alien race discovers that the original Jean Grey is back on Earth, they decide to hold her accountable for the acts of the Dark Phoenix, and it’s up to the Guardians to help the X-Men save her. You won’t want to miss the first encounter between two of the biggest franchises in the Marvel U!


















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Thevenominside - 1/23/2014, 7:37 AM
pichelli never lets me down.
DrDoom - 1/23/2014, 7:44 AM
dat art doe
SpiderFraud - 1/23/2014, 7:46 AM
The tie-ins are ruining this whole book for me, still a fun read.
jlabatman - 1/23/2014, 7:58 AM
Gamora looks hot, nice artwork!
DefcoN - 1/23/2014, 8:02 AM
Now THAT is Gamora!
marvel72 - 1/23/2014, 8:13 AM
beautiful artwork,one of the best in the business.
MsDarkPhoenix - 1/23/2014, 8:14 AM
I'm sorry but I hate such suits. They are completely uncomfortable, especially for battle. It's pretty much like she is naked. I also don't like Angela's suit. And it looks like all the alien women dress up like sluts.

Anyway, I still don't know what I did wrong!!
jimoakley666 - 1/23/2014, 9:01 AM
Beautiful artwork!
KeefNCookies - 1/23/2014, 9:22 AM
The art's great but Bendis is a joke. Hasnt written anything good since Daredevil.
staypuffed - 1/23/2014, 12:38 PM
Can't wait to read this. First issue was awesome.
dethpillow - 1/23/2014, 5:26 PM
@BustaSpideyPose - yeah, i wish we could just get some Guardians of the Galaxy without it having some to do with anything else.
i don't care about blatant marketing but it feels like it's getting in the way of them actually doing anything with the book. I like it every month too, for the most part, but jeez...

i like the artwork too.

and @DarkPhoenix - yeah, sometimes the suit like Gamora has on is actually more silly than just straight up being naked would be.

what would be cool, since they're trying to make her into some 'powerful' sexual figure. is actually make her wield her sexuality with power. maybe they think this wouldn't be as fun or 'pulp sci-fi' epic type stuff, but long term, they would really be doing themselves a favor, cuz she would be a more compelling and deep character, and would provide for long years of development and ongoing wealth and history.
dethpillow - 1/23/2014, 5:42 PM
here's the thing too, is if Gamora is just made to be like a sex kitten, except she's green and kicks ass when it's necessary... well that's not much of a character, is it?

it's not just about the suit. but i don't feel any danger when she enters a panel, really. she's shaped to a mold of submissiveness and nothing about her subverts that or gives her any ugliness or threat.

and that's not on purpose. Black Widow is more like a character that you can rationalize her nature in this sense away as being part of her character.

Gamora should be barbaric, present an immediate physical menace, kinda crude, and unaware of any concept of looking good for anyone else at the very least.

and as far as her sexuality comes into play, she should be uncomfortable for most men to be around. too aggressive, too demanding, and in a way that is weird and alien. like all the junk with her and Stark earlier in the series, that was meant well, it was trying to be what that situation was. but Stark spending a night with Gamora should've been seriously almost traumatizing for the man.

women roles are never allowed to be ugly. and that's really the biggest thing that keeps them uninteresting. and i don't just mean physically ugly, but what they want and what they need and what they are passionate about, like what drives them, needs to be expressed with the same amount of ugliness as men heroes.

even heroes are ugly people. and real life women are just as ugly, foul, selfish, proud and heroic as men are. this is the same problem we often see with racial minority figures.

there's all these rules about what.. say a black hero can be that stifle them and limit them from being a real character. people always talk about race and gender stuff here, to the point of exhaustion, but never actually address this problem. and a lot of this is fed by PC type of walking on eggshells about what women and minorities should be represented as.

and believe me, i've met lots of women and minorities that are crappy, terrible, stupid and worthless people. even the ones that are great people are all these things sometimes. and u can't have a good character, just trying to always present their good side.

u have to have a bad side. everyone is ugly.
dethpillow - 1/23/2014, 5:47 PM
it's like singers who don't ever want to sound bad.

like when actors sing... they usually do this. they annunciate, express emotions in culturally acceptable ways, always hit the notes right, breathe right...

they're just boring and too clean. actors are almost always terrible singers for some reason. it's rare to find one that can actually sing with any blood to it.

TheLetter10 - 1/25/2014, 11:09 AM
Love the Variant cover, Rocket looks so depressed being a human.
JorEllinator - 1/25/2014, 4:31 PM
I love it when Jean Grey becomes the young Indiana Jones.

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