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I am Groot #5





I am Groot #5 


I finished off the I am Groot series with I am Groot #5 on Marvel Unlimited. I keep looking around Marvel Unlimited while we have these free months thanks to Xbox Game Pass to find some interesting comic books in the digital format to review. If you know of more family friendly titles be sure to send us an email as soon as possible. I am Groot #5 wraps things up nicely. I am Groot #5 also feels really rushed to me personally. There is all this running around and some fighting to get Groot home. Please note there will be spoilers in this review.

Groot and Diplatessa go through the door of doors to find a control room. Terminal is a hub where the wormholes can be controlled. They just need to find the right coordinates to send Groot back home. Once the portal is opened in I am Groot #5 then Shuma-Gorath tries to come through. Groot goes out to stop this giant monster. We get an monster huge older Groot with the younger Groot again.

The administrator and the caretaker fight it out in I am Groot #5. Their battle is part words and part physical. There is a word in I am Groot #5 that some families will find offensive. The future of terminal is still a bit up in the air. I find it interesting that certain characters get their memories back which denotes an abuse of power by the administrator. I am not sure why all these alien characters worship the caretaker. There is some violent content within I am Groot #5.

I am Groot #5 wraps up the story in ways I was expecting. The caretaker (aka Buddy) gets control of the administrator. The caretaker shows that fear of problems with the process are not a reason to hunker down. How many died coming through the portals wrong? Groot gets what he wants in I am Groot #5. Groot also finally gets home to his Guardians of the Galaxy in I am Groot #5.

Rocket thinks that Groot must have dreamed the entire thing thanks to oxygen deprivation. The interesting thing is I am Groot #5 shows the pod was gone for three days. For the Guardians of the Galaxy Groot was barely gone for a short period of time. The whole temporal concept comes back up in I am Groot #5. This was an interesting read that went exactly where I thought it would.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Writing: 75%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Story: 77%
Family Friendly Factor: 73%

System: Marvel Unlimited
Publisher: Marvel
Author: Hastings, Flaviano, D'Alfonso
Rating: ‘T’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER

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