TGH: Welcome back, faithful readers, to another exciting Guy Gardner adventure. Last week Chuck Dixon took over and started a story about Guy having his memories stolen by aliens, which gives him a chance to rewrite Guy as a remotely sympathetic character.
DN: Chuck Dixon. DC fill-in writer extraordinaire.
TGH: Will this make for better stories?
QP: Survey says: no. Continue reading
TGH: Greetings, glorious Guy Gardner groupies, and welcome to a brand new Guy Gardner story. As you’ll recall, Guy quit his job last issue, which is weird since that was a pretty good gateway to introducing new characters and locations. Continue reading
TGH: Welcome back to another exciting issue of Guy Gardner! Last time, Guy ended up on a planet at war, but it turned out that some invisible Medusa guys were behind it all. Now everyone Guy knows wants to kill him, though I’m not sure if that’s part of the plan or just a side effect of being Guy Gardner. Continue reading
TGH: Welcome back, honorary Gardners of the Universe! This week, Guy Gardner is apparently surrounded! Can’t we just have a normal title like the good old days? Continue reading
TGH: Welcome to another exciting issue of Guy Gardner! This week, Lobo comes back and ruins the hell out of Guy’s title!
QP: And his shirt.
DN: And the ketchup packet in his jacket pocket.
TGH: He needed that!
QP: You never know when someone might give you some french fries. Continue reading
TGH: Welcome back! When we last left Guy, he had just had his ring stolen by an alien dressed as a 19th-century prospector. If the cover is any indication, it only goes downhill from there. Continue reading
DN: So straight talk, there are 31 superhero movies coming out in 5 years and not a damn one starring our favorite douchebag and his call girl sidekick. Lame.
TGH: Seriously. Surely there’s a Baldwin up to the task.
DN: Stephen. Why are you even thinking about the others? Continue reading
TGH: Welcome to another exciting edition of Guy Gardner! If the cover is any indication, in this issue Guy desperately tries to reach a man, who insists that he can NEVER reach him, despite most of his men being down already. I guess you don’t make it big in Vegas by making easy bets. Continue reading
Editor’s Note: DN is still lost in time and space, but he should be back soon!
TGH: Welcome to another issue of Guy Gardner! As the cover implies, today Guy terminates an assassin. Not The Assassin, or a group of assassins, just the one. Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Fellow contributor DN was on his way here via wormhole, but was kicked out into limbo. He will rejoin us once he finds his way out.
TGH: Welcome back! Last time, Guy spent 4 issues trying to get Sinestro’s ring, only to break it immediately.
QP: At least he didn’t start smacking it like it was a sensitive electronic on the fritz.
TGH: Maybe even Sinestro’s ring thinks Guy is too much of a dick.
QP: Seems likely. Continue reading