Brian Michael Bendis Mike Deodato Jim Cheung
Guardians of Knowhere
April 22, 2018 Comments.. 269
Guardians of Knowhere A single moon orbits Battleworld But no that s no moon It s a space station It s Knowhere The head of a dead Celestial somehow saved from the multiversal collapse In this colony brimming with convic

  • Title: Guardians of Knowhere
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Mike Deodato Jim Cheung
  • ISBN: 9780785198444
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • A single moon orbits Battleworld But no, that s no moon It s a space station It s Knowhere The head of a dead Celestial, somehow saved from the multiversal collapse In this colony brimming with convicts and criminals, there s plenty of work maintaining the peace But a new power is rising that threatens to tear apart the threadbare fabric of the Celestial head s socA single moon orbits Battleworld But no, that s no moon It s a space station It s Knowhere The head of a dead Celestial, somehow saved from the multiversal collapse In this colony brimming with convicts and criminals, there s plenty of work maintaining the peace But a new power is rising that threatens to tear apart the threadbare fabric of the Celestial head s society Will those destined to safeguard Knowhere accept that burden in time to save its citizens Who is the mysterious woman that took out Gamora Who stands to profit from Knowhere s turmoil When Knowhere s secrets reveal themselves, it will change the face of the Guardians forever The galaxy may be gone, but there are still places that need heroes That need champions That need Guardians Collecting GUARDIANS OF KNOWHERE 1 4 and NEW AVENGERS ILLUMINATI 2007 3.

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    1 Blog on “Guardians of Knowhere

    1. Sam Quixote says:

      This one’s not part of Brian Bendis’ ongoing Guardians title, this is a Secret Wars tie-in, part of the Warzones series. It’s also turrible! Knowhere is still the hollowed-out head of a dead Celestial used as a spaceport where the Guardians like to get drunk and bar-fight in, but here it orbits Battleworld. Also the Guardians aren’t the Guardians as they’ve all been mind-wiped and believe Doom is God Emperor of everything, like the other denizens of Battleworld. Except for Gamora who h [...]

    2. Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai) says:

      2.5 stars if I could.Another Secret Wars tie-in. Another failure.This was basically a revolving door of characters that popped in and out of the pages fighting one another.I suppose there is a bit of a 'reveal' at the end of this issue that sets things up forI dunno what for actually.The artwork was zippy. I guess there is that. Also, some new dude villian is introduced named YOTAT that's supposed to be really badass - but really we don't know anything about him. Only he was hard to beat down.Wh [...]

    3. Terence says:

      Gamora is wanted by a Thor for leaving her territory. A criminal is seeking revenge on Drax for getting him arrested before he could take over Knowhere.So I got Guardians of Knowhere from my library otherwise I wouldn't have bothered with it. The volume epitomizes the term meh. It has nothing special going for it. Gamora is wanted for Secret Wars battleworld infractions and Drax is dealing with a standard revenge plot. The whole thing is wrapped up with a Secret Wars Battleworld ending aka Doom [...]

    4. Anthony says:

      Another disappointing addition to Bendis and his Guardians of Lacklustre. Deodato on art means it looks pretty, and it does tie-in well with Battleworld, God Doom and Secret Wars, but I don't think Bendis is as good as he thinks he is on Guardians of the Galaxy. Or maybe Bendis and science fiction just isn't for me?

    5. Sesana says:

      Disappointing. Most of the book is a dull slugfest with a character who doesn't really matter. Not sure what I was expecting out of this, but I was definitely hoping for more.

    6. Ran says:

      I was sadly mistaken in thinking that I was getting to the end of Warzones! I haven't by a long shot. This spin-off does not contribute much to the overarching themes of something-isn't-right-here and Doom-is-god?. The Guardians of Knowhere, that Celestial head in space, don't seem to remember they're a team. Gamora knows that Quill and Groot are missing. She also has an interesting conversation with Thor-Angela about blasphemy. Oh man, every conversation with my family ever.And this is generall [...]

    7. Greg (adds 2 TBR list daily) Hersom says:

      awesome!

    8. Michael Hicks says:

      Plot? What plot? There's barely a story holding together this barely interesting collection of a four issue Secret Wars tie-in. A big dude wants to kill Drax the Destroyer. That's it. That's the whole story. And it takes Bendis four issues of fighting to slog through it. Sheesh. Of the few Secret Wars tie-ins I've read so far, this is easily the most pointless and disconnected.

    9. Paul says:

      This Secret Wars tie-in is basically a four issue long fight scene and just when it starts to get interesting, it ends.This is pretty much the definition of un-essential. Also, the artist keeps forgetting to draw Rocket Raccoon's tail and none of the editors noticed. Sloppy.

    10. Dan says:

      The galaxy has been destroyed and all that remains is Battleworld. Except this Guardians of the Galaxy Secret Wars tie-in tells us that's not entirely true. Battleworld has a moon, Knowhere, the head of an ancient Celestial being. Gamora, Rocket and Drax are its Guardians. Whilst most of the Secret Wars books tell a story of their own, this is more about the set-up to the Guardians being involved in the event. Gamora, with her recently gained celestial powers, thinks there's something wrong with [...]

    11. Shannon Appelcline says:

      Another entirely mediocre Secret Wars crossover. (In fact, I've stopped buying them because they're so "meh", but this one has been on my shelf for a while.)To be fair, Bendis does more with the premise than most. We get Guardians that are similar enough to the main series to be interesting, but different enough to be intriguing. Gamora even provides some badly needed crossover with the real universe.But the plot of the story is just bad. I mean we start with an overly long fight between Angela [...]

    12. Amber says:

      On the cover, it's exciting to see two women, however Gamora's in her sluttish costume (rather than the more conservative one of the film) and it's kind of a downer. Why so much bare skin? How do her boobs not pop out? Okay, anyways, this issue is all about the art, very little action because it's the guardians set-up into the Secret Wars plot. (Well, technically action in a pretty neat fight scene but not much in way of plot). Rocket does some wise-cracks, of course, so that's mildly amusing. I [...]

    13. Rob Motta says:

      I was a bit lost, because I haven't been reading all the Secret War crossovers, but it was still a good book. As I was getting hooked, it ended and that made me sad. I loved seeing Drax kicking butt.

    14. David says:

      Well, at least this one actually ties into the main story of the Secret Wars a wee bit and continues into a follow up But in itself it is miss-able.

    15. Craig says:

      Not terrible

    16. Jennifer Juffer says:

      I enjoyed this book for the simple reason I haven't read a Guardians of the Galaxy comic in awhile. It brought a lot of characters together.The plot was so-so. I mean how typical can you get when the nemesis is a guy who's been picked on, thrown away and now wants to make a name for himself?There were some pretty big revelations in the comic, so I wouldn't dismiss it completely out of hand. and it certainly wasn't boring.

    17. Alexson says:

      Uhhh?

    18. Earl says:

      Good art, but unfortunately story's not the kind of thing that belongs to Bendis.

    19. Kai says:

      Good start to a new series. Art is a little dark. For once I know the answers to the questions that are being asked. YAY!

    20. Roman Colombo says:

      The story is very meh, aside from some cool parts at the end.But three stars for Mike Deodato's art.

    21. Matt says:

      Collects Guardians of Knowhere issues #1-4 and New Avengers: Illuminati (2007) issue #3This story is set during the events of "Secret Wars," however it doesn't tie into "Secret Wars" in such a way that makes it required reading for that series. With that being said, the story in this collection could only take place within the Battleworld of the 2015 "Secret Wars."I think this collection is best read after reading another "Secret Wars" tie-in story called "Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde."I enjoyed "G [...]

    22. James Elkins says:

      Bendis delivers even when he's stuck within an event mini, plenty of witty dialog and well crafted action even within a story that had no meaning or weight other than to show that some people are aware of how wrong the universe is.Always a pleasure to see Deodat0's work, even though his Rocket is not my favorite (though much more representative of MCU Rocket and racoons in general). Would really like to see him take a longer run at an MU cosmic propertyor Moonk Knight (with the present 3 costume [...]

    23. Garrett says:

      This is prettier and better written than either of the other two ones of these I read this weekend, but it's depressingly bleak, again with all the shock deaths and giant villain that gets set up to get knocked down, all told only to lead our way into the final issues of the main storyline. Fans of GotG will only enjoy the final issue of this - the rest is a pointless slugfest punctuated by speechifying.

    24. Alex Sarll says:

      The galaxy is no more, so what do the Guardians guard? Earth's satellite, the severed Celestial head, and its population of alien remnants. Deodato makes sure this looks suitably epic, but I'm not sure the extended smackdowns play either to his strengths or Bendis'. And the many deaths just feel like What If? cliche. Far more interesting are the doubts in Doom's mythology of Battleworld, the awkward compromises with the authorities.

    25. Willie Krischke says:

      Pure laziness. I thought maybe Bendis would be able to do more with the whole Battleworld set up, but no. Same old, same old. A generic, throwaway bad guy who lasts a few issues then is defeated. Then another one who doesn't even bother to introduce herself. There is no reason to waste your time or money on this book.

    26. Ondra Král says:

      Bendisi, Bendisi, co to s tebou sakra je? X-Meni jsou meh, AoU byla sračka a tohle taky bohužel za nic nestojí. Deodato válí a to je tak jediný pozitivum. Nemůže kurňa někdo napsat normální SW tie-in, aby se tam neřešil Doom?

    27. Eric says:

      This is four issues of the Guardians of the Galaxy vs. Yotat vs. Thor Corp. Angela vs. The Nova Corps. It's entirely skippable as far as the main Secret Wars story-line goes, but it's a fun, pretty diversion.

    28. Daniel Butcher says:

      The story is pretty meh's not even clear what truly happened. But there are some really cool concepts being played with that I just wish played together better.Did not like the reprint that focused on Beyond.

    29. Chad says:

      In this Secret Wars crossover, what's left of the Guardians hang out in the celestial head and keep the peace. They encounter this really dumb-looking character who's pretty much unstoppable. four issues plus a reprint of New Avengers: Illuminati #3 to drive up the price.

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