A Little Time Travel? In a Marvel Comic? What Could Go Wrong?! Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

Old Man Quill #10 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by Ethan Sacks, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Joe Caramagna, as Marvel’s weird fetish for geriatric versions of their heroes continues. We’ve got a preview below.

Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

The Guardians of the Galaxy are all dead, Peter Quill is nuts, Galactus is coming to eat the Earth, and Peter screwed up and lost his chance to get the Ultimate Nullifier to stop him. That about covers the recap.

Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

And so we find Peter in the aftermath having a nervous breakdown as the remaining heroes of Earth try to make the best of the situation.

Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

Even though Peter knows the Guardians are dead now, that doesn’t stop him talking to them. But Viv needs him to pay attention.


Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

She doesn’t particularly believe his whole Galactus story, but there’s one way to find out if he’s telling the truth.

Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

And now that everyone is on the same page… it doesn’t matter, since the Ultimate Nullifier is gone… or is it?

Old Man Quill #10 [Preview]

Oh yeah, that sounds like a great idea! When has a little time travel ever screwed anything up in the Marvel Universe? Old Man Quill #10 is in stores on Wednesday.

OLD MAN QUILL #10 (OF 12)
AUG191074
(W) Sacks, Ethan (A) Robert Gil (CA) John Tyler Christopher
OUT OF TIME!
• PETER QUILL has failed – the Ultimate Nullifier is no longer in the Baxter Building, and without it, there’s no hope of stopping GALACTUS.
• If only he could go back in time and steal it from REED RICHARDS…
• Why can’t he? Because if Quill goes into the timestream, all of space-time is at risk!
• But when has a longshot stopped STAR-LORD?
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 02, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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