This book has a lot going for it, but it also has a bit higher than average accessibility hurdle, which hurts this book as a new number one issue. I love the writing, and the way the artwork flows with the time the story is set in. the wibbly-wobbly time changes don’t really do any harm to the story, but just drive home the cosmic and “other-worldly” nature of Adam Warlock. The character that is revealed at the end- the In-Betweener, he is really cool. But he isn’t someone I recognize, or remember from the Infinity Revelation; is he new, or did I just miss his introduction? This book makes Infinity Relativity (and by extension the rest of the Thanos Marvel Now OGNs) pretty required readings, with hurts the accessibility a bit, but not enough for me to totally disregard this book. I have read all those books, so I know what led up to this point, but it will take a lot more to really draw people into a new title that requires a $25 standalone graphic novel as a prologue to this story.