Guardians of The Galaxy Volume 3: Shocking Plot Details Revealed, News Updates
After Avengers: End Game, wrapped its stint, Guardians of The Galaxy Volume 3 is the most talked about topic, besides of course Marvel’s release schedule. Out of Avengers: Endgame, the thing that hit observers and analysts alike was, how exactly did Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 get affected by the former. What I am talking of is, Thor’s decision to turn his back on New Asgard to go gallivanting with his so-called new “friends” on the Benatar. The other thing that we have been detailing on is the conspiracy theory that Gamora is still alive and somewhere out there. All in all, these two elements are enough to shape how Volume 3 GoG would look like. Besides, we already knew that makers would focus upon Adam Warlock’s too, that was sort of a given. You’d think this is enough plot for Volume 3 to come out, but here’s the thing.
According to Roger Wardell, a famous Twitter leaker, known to spill some tea on the upcoming Marvel movies. The things that he shares are almost accurate, hence in Roger we trust.
Roger recently delved into Volume 3 plot of Guardians of the Galaxy, and his tweet goes something like:
“Rocket’s creator is the High Evolutionary, Drax is in for a big surprise when he discovers his daughter is alive. Rocket also gets a love interest in the form of Lylla. Nebula and Star-Lord will grow into closer friends.”
What does this mean? It simply means that, the addition of two new key heroic characters – Lylla and Moondragon. Laylla, for those of you who don’t know, is a sentient otter, she was listed as one of Rocket’s associates in the first installment of Guardians. Moondragon, on the other hand, is Drax’s daughter. There’s also a face-off with the High Evolutionary since he’s closely associated with Adam Warlock.
Moondragon is an LGBT character; her introduction paves the way to Marvel’s agenda of inclusion of LGBTQ in the MCU. If you may remember, Dave Bautista previously had expressed his desire to see his character’s daughter appear in a sequel.
My other concern is that we haven’t heard much on the “Kraglin” storyline. Let’s hope James Gunn includes him in Vol. 3.