Marvel has teased that its upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy series will include the mysterious "Grootfall" story, hinting at an ominous future for Groot.
Marvel Comics has released a second teaser for the upcoming new Guardians of the Galaxy series, and it looks like fan-favorite Groot will face unknown danger, possibly even death. The mysterious "Grootfall" story will be an integral part of the new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 series, which will struggle to follow Al Ewing and Juann Cabal's stellar series ending in 2021. ^This gentle wooden giant will apparently be at the center of the new Guardians of the Galaxy series, a storyline called "Grootfall". What that ominous word means remains unknown, and Marvel will reveal new details via a full announcement on December 6. Right now, going back to the end of the game with Ewing and Cabal, the Guardians are actually in a pretty good position. Following the Dark Olympian crisis, the Guardians of the Galaxy were approved by the Galactic Council as the official protectors of the universe, giving them the official authority they had been lacking. They then help the galaxy work together to stop the threat from Dormammu and the life-planet Ego, and their bond is stronger than ever.
At New York Comic-Con 2022, Marvel has announced a new Guardians of the Galaxy series coming in April 2023. The first teaser for the upcoming comic book was very ominous, showing a symbol of the team falling apart, followed by the question: "How do you rebuild a family?".Since 2008, Dan Abnett and Andy The Guardians have been together since Andy Lanning's Annihilation, when a ragtag group of unlikely heroes came together to save the galaxy. Since then, the lineup has changed several times, but the core characters have always remained the same, forming the core of this deformed family: Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket Raccoon and Groot, all became popular because of the MCU adaptation team.
'Grootfall' Teases An Ominous Fate For The Guardians' Most Beloved Member
Surprisingly, then, the Guardians come back in disarray amid the crisis. Perhaps, their duty as the official protectors of the universe breaks the dynamic that has held the team together so far. The Guardians have always been a misfit, and being the arm of authority didn't suit them. Perhaps, Peter Quill's newfound godlike powers are the reason behind this crisis. As for Groot, readers will recall that in the all-new Guardians of the Galaxy #9, starring Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne, the Elder The cosmic star known as The Gardener said that Groot was originally created for destructive purposes, but his time with the Guardians changed him, causing him to stray from that route. Maybe "Grootfall" will restore Groot's original dark personality, but that's just speculation for now.
After the exciting finale of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2021, fans are sure to wonder what happened to the team that was conspicuously absent from the Marvel storylines. Groot is probably the most popular character in the franchise, so it's certainly a bold move by Marvel to let him die in the upcoming series, but Guardians of the Galaxy fans will have to wait until December 6th to find out more information.
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