The ultimate tee for Chris Pratt fans envisions a world in which the superstar tames velociraptors from the comfort of his Star-Lord helmet. We’re betting that an infinity stone would have made quick work of Indominus Rex.
While the ’70s-infused soundtrack of Guardians of the Galaxy is one of our all-time favorites, Mike Relm took his edit in a more modern direction, creating a fun electronic remix made primarily from sounds bites sampled from the movie.
Honest Trailers reminds us just how silly the concept was for what somehow became the most fun and popular movie of 2014. When you really think about it, the premise sounds like something that should have been a box office flop.
Video editor and game developer James Covenant wishes you a very Marvel Christmas with this funny edit. Watch as he makes it seem like Cap, Iron Man, their friends and foes sing Christmas carols, with a special guest at the end.
How It Should Have Ended points out the many ways that Guardians of the Galaxy could have turned out differently, from that unchecked slave in The Collector’s office to Ronan not being duped by Star Lord’s silly gambit.
It’s official. Disney will release a limited edition replica of the Guardians of the GalaxyAwesome Mix Vol. 1 cassette tape. It will be exclusive to Record Store Day outlets from 11/28 to 12/31 and will come with a digital copy of the album.
You can already get Peter Quill’s Awesome Mix Vol. 1 on vinyl, but Mondo’s variant comes with Tyler Stout’s sweet sleeve art as well as a screen-printed handbill. Still have your Walkman? Wait for the literal mixtape.
By taking one of those stupid Movin’ & Groovin’ flowers and replacing the daisy with felt and twine, Patrick Delahanty created the ultimate Guardians of the Galaxy toy that geeks want now. Sadly, you can’t buy one – at least not yet.