Guardians of the Galaxy 2: Angela, by Brian Michael Bendis, 168 pages
In this second in the GOTG series, StarLord is still mad at his Dad, the Earth is in some serious danger, and there's been some kind of disruption in the space time continuum (and of course, stupid Earthlings are responsible). There is also a new character- Angela, from a place called Heven. This is the stuff I love about comic books- there's a thread of a really interesting philosophical concept in every one of the good ones. What if you grew up in a place where everyone had wings and flew around, and there was a mythical "other place" called Earth, where the creatures walked around on the ground and did all kinds of interesting things? It's like if we found out Heaven was a real, physical place- it would kind of blow your mind, right? Yeah. So, there's that. Also, Gamora gets some action, which is cool.