Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The 15 Second 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Preview Doesn't Have Enough Rocket Racoon

Posted By on Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, hands down one of the most ambitious comic book movies in recent memory, trailer finally debuted.

The 15 second clip opens with the million dollar question: "Who are you?"

Honestly, Guardians of the Galaxy is one of those comics that was never really appreciated until the movie was finally in works. The series was relaunched with some of the best creators in the industry, and some Spawn controversy tied in to keep everyone talking. One of the best things about this new franchise is that even comic book fans hardly know who these characters are.

This is a completely fresh comic book movie that everyone can discover together. The trailer was fine, but there wasn't enough Rocket Raccoon. I saw his back once and that's it. But I'm confident that I will get tired of him quick when the internet spawns endless memes of the ferocious character.

The full trailer will debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight.

Guardians of the Galaxy will hit theaters in the US on August 1 2014.

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