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Preview: Star-Lord #1 by Humphries and Garron reveals origin tale

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Sam Humphries (Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men: The Black Vortex) and artist Javier Garron (Inferno, Cyclops) are getting all new and different to tell the origin of Star-Lord…or perhaps AN origin of Star-Lord, since the movie version’s dad is still a mystery. But in the MU:

After that tragic day his mother was taken from him but before his spacefaring adventures, Peter was…an astronaut?! Or at least, he wanted to be. His mission: get revenge for the death of his mother! But as NASA’s biggest burn-out, it looked like the once and future Star-Lord would remain eternally grounded on Earth. But with a burning desire for vengeance and expert knowledge of spaceships – nothing will stop him from reaching the stars. This November, witness the origin of Marvel’s scoundrel of the spaceways in the can’t miss STAR-LORD #1!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
STAR-LORD #1 (SEP150682)
Written by SAM HUMPHRIES
Art by JAVIER GARRON

Cover by DAVE JOHNSON


Variant Cover by YASMINE PUTRI (SEP150683)



Hip-Hop Variant by TRADD MOORE (SEP150684)

Movie Photo Variant Also Available (SEP150685)
FOC – 10/19/15, On-Sale – 11/11/15


 

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  1. The final dress for the hip-hop variant for Star-Lord can be seen at Axel Alonso’s Twitter. It reveals that Frank D’Armata (New Avengers) will be the colorist for the interior art, and Val Staples (All-New Ghost Rider, Deadpool) colored the hip-hop variant.

    Sam Humphries said in a CBR interview that the Year One arc will last five issues before returning to the present day. That interview contains four preview pages whose the first three can now be viewed without any watermark here.

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