"Guardians of Knowhere" #4 does give readers a slobberknocker of a scrap as Gamora and Angela form an uneasy alliance to take on the nebulous blue-skinned fury threatening Knowhere -- except she isn't as big a threat to Knowhere as Gamora and Angela are. As seems to be the case for Bendis' tenure on "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Guardians of Knowhere" #4 is just as disappointing. This could be more, it should be more, but it just isn't. Readers wanting more -- expecting more -- are simply told to find it elsewhere. Read Full Review
Ok the mysterious blue warrior was kinda a cop out. How can you go from one threat to another from issue to issue? I don't know. I do like what Gamora's role is in this book. She's left questioning what else is out there and she'll eventually find out what. It's actually a solid read. and deodato is on point this time around. I can't wait to see Battleworld unfold.