Old Man Quill
The least powerful member of the Guardians of the Galaxy just took down one of Marvel's most powerful cosmic threats.
Old Man Quill just casually name-dropped the biggest cosmic war in the Marvel Universe, and we didn't see any of it.
Peter Quill uses one of the most powerful weapons in the universe to take out one of the galaxy's most powerful threats.
Writer Ethan Sacks discusses the surprise twist of Old Man Quill, and the series’ final issues, which pit the character against Doctor Doom and Galactus.
Old Man Quill #10 just gave Marvel's dystopian future version of Star Lord his own time-travel heist, echoing the storyline of Avengers: Endgame.
A throwaway moment in the newest issue of Old Man Quill reveals one of the greatest Marvel villains of all time achieved his dream.
Old Man Quill #8 literally gives Star Lord his biggest and most destructive upgrade ever as he seeks revenge for all of the loved ones he's lost.
Old Man Quill #7 ends on a shocking note which redefines everything about Star-Lord and his future's Guardians of the Galaxy.
In Old Man Quill, an aged Star-Lord teamed up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to save the universe, or so he thought.
In Old Man Quill #2, Doctor Doom is the evil ruler of the United States, and what he did to the thing is stomach-churning.
In Old Man Quill #1, Star-Lord joins the Guardians of the Galaxy once again to find that the Earth is under the control of a major Marvel villain.
The problem with Old Man Quill #1 is that is doesn't want its audience to ask questions, and that makes for an unsatisfying read.
Marvel's streak of Old Man books continues, with a Guardian of the Galaxy getting their very own series next year.