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All the pieces fell together in the way that said I can leave in a big, classy cool way, and at the same time, get the new guys ready and give them a really strong push, because I know the new writer very well, I was able to go, "What do you want?
I'm actually getting really brassy and ballsy at the end here with the way we're telling our stories in the last few issues.
There’s a lot to do with the characters and having them on Earth which is a grand, fish out of water, Star Trek IV, cool way to explore the characters at their most dire.
BMB: I think Guardians is a lot like the X-Men where when you're on it, people are constantly worried about what you're going to do and screaming and carrying on and harkening back to some classic run that you should do now, and that if you're not doing exactly what's in that classic run, you're being upsetting.
I do see a lot of similarity between the Guardians of the Galaxy fans and X-Men fans, where they're right to be worried, they're right to be paranoid, I get where they're coming from, but when the dust settles, they see that a lot of love and care was being brought to the book, though I may not have been imitating DNA [Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning].