Now this was cosmic storytelling more to my liking, none of that Hickman confusion, just explosions and fights and cool ideas. I really liked the recurring threat of the Church Of The Universal Truth in DnA’s Guardians Of The Galaxy run, so it was cool to see them back, and though it’s a shame that upcoming covers have spoiled the return of Adam Magus, it’ll be interesting to see how it happens. It’s always fun to see the heavy-hitters of the Annihilators in action and the scene where Ronin destroys the bomb was amazing. I was a bit annoyed that the Earth-bound heroes only showed up at the very end, but there’s still plenty of time for them to clash with the Annihilators (and get creamed). I also liked the touch of none of the Annihilators apart from Quasar giving any extra shits that they were on Earth, to them it’s just another rock. The Rocket Raccoon/Groot back-up story was very short, but wonderfully drawn by Timothy Green and very funny. I always like a Mojo story too.