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Marvel
Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All

by Corinne Duyvis
May 22, 2017
9 Hours
7
978-1-62851-369-1
Ages 13+
We are Groot! When the Guardians attempt to evacuate a Kree prison planet and end up in a fight for their lives - what else is new? - they discover their old pal Groot is stretched a little thin. Someone is planting stolen branches of the monosyllabic hero and selling the saplings across the galaxy! The search to find Groot's missing pieces forces the Guardians into an alliance with the unscrupulous Collector, but the real problem is more complicated than he wants them to believe. The seller is a kid. And she's got more than a few things in common with Gamora -like green skin and a wild temper. Now with an unruly teen in tow, the Guardians attempt to track down the remaining Groots - and discover an interplanetary conspiracy. War looms on the horizon. It's a race against the Collector, Groot himself, and the entire Kree armada. It's battle as Rocket likes it best.

Sit back and watch the destruction as Corinne Duyvis, author of Otherbound and On the Edge of Gone, makes her Marvel debut!
 

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Michael Glenn as Peter Quill aka Star-Lord, Eric Messner as Rocket, Nora Achrati as Gamora, Eric Singdahlsen as Drax the Destroyer, Scott McCormick as Groot, Amanda Forstrom as Kiya, Lawrence Redmond as The Collector, Audrey Bertaux as Annya and KenYatta Rogers as Ka-Lenn. With Steven Carpenter, Maggie Donnelly, Tracy Olivera, Thomas Penny, Kimberly Gilbert, Sue Jin Song, Yasmin Tuazon, Andy Brownstein, Eleanor Todd, Christopher Walker, Bradley Smith, Nick DePinto, Michael John Casey, Evan Casey, Andy Clemence, Terence Aselford, Sasha Olinick, Colleen Delany, Tony Nam, Eva Wilhelm, Elizabeth Jernigan, Justin Wortz, Anji Cornette and Dylan Lynch
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Scott McCormick
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Original Theme Music David Zitney
Additional Original Music John Glennon and Justin Wortz
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Good by Michael (Posted on 9/7/2018)
Overall I enjoyed this and would recommend. I would however agree with other reviews that this is not as good story as rocket and groot.
I liked that this story was narrated by someone different than other GA productions, it gives it a fresh feeling. My only main criticism though is that these marvel productions are always released to coinside with a movie release. Therefore it's hard not to picture the characters from the movies. With this in mind I felt the narrator sounded like his voice would more suit Drax, Draxes voice better suites Peter at times and Peters voice sounded more like rocket which I found made it hard to follow at times as rockets voice was as expected and therefore i found myself getting confused between characters at times.
However this is just my personal opinion and others may not feel the same and I wouldn't let this stop you from trying out this story.
Collect Them All review by Andy (Posted on 8/27/2018)
Always liked Guardians of the Galaxy and this definitely doesn't disappoint. Thrilling ride from start to finish, with lots of laughs. Good vocal performances that brings the story to life. Keep it up.
Fun, but not as good as the previous GOTG title by ZJ (Posted on 8/20/2018)
This is a different kind of story than Rocket Raccoon and Groot Steal the Galaxy. It still has the chaos of a GOTG story, but it's much more straight forward. That wasn't a problem for me. I like the story and didn't feel like it dragged at all.

The things that bothered me about this title, and I was surprised that it was so, were all centered on voice acting. As another reviewer has mentioned, Michael Glenn's and Eric Messner's voices are similar enough that there wasn't enough contrast between them at first, but I got used to it a bit as the story progressed. Scott McCormick was difficult to get used to as the narrator because I'm so used to Richard Rohan in that role. He's narrated so many of the GA stories I've listened to that he is the voice I expect for anything with third-person narration. I know that Scott McCormick was already cast as Groot, but I think he would have been better playing both Groot and Drax than as the narrator. I don't see a problem with him playing both roles, as actors in GA productions sometimes do play multiple roles, even multiple prominent roles. For instance, Richard Rohan plays both Batman and Joker in the DC titles that feature those two characters. Aside from that, the voice acting was excellent. Eric Messner really has Rocket down in this production and Nora Achrati was great as Gamora.

Sound design was excellent as usual.

I enjoyed this production, as I do all GA productions, but if I had to choose only one of the two GOTG titles to recommend, it would be Rocket Raccoon and Groot Steal the Galaxy. Even so, the quality of production is so high in this title, and the story is enjoyable enough, that I still say it's worth buying.
Lots Of Fun by Louis (Posted on 3/9/2018)
Loved this!!! the title got me laughing since it's a Pokemon reference along with all the little inside jokes!
The only thing that would have made this better if it was narrated by the recorder from the Rocket and Groot story!
Starts off well by Alan (Posted on 10/29/2017)
Then it slows down and drags for a while. Like another listener stated, I started skimming too. The story was really good, but its the slow parts that take its toll on the overall production.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All by Anthony (Posted on 7/10/2017)
Story line was enjoyable with great acting by Graphic Audio casts as always.
G.O.G by Del (Posted on 6/22/2017)
Guardians of the Galaxy collect them all was a great book. The voice acting was very nice and the story kept you engaged and entertained. The ending was a little predictable but aside from that great product. Keep up the great work GA
Meh by Amy (Posted on 6/22/2017)
Strong beginning, but got slow near the middle. Started skimming.
"I am Groot"* *Great Fun by Joseph (Posted on 6/18/2017)
Just finished listening to "Guardians Of The Galaxy - Collect Them All" released by GraphicAudio.
Groot is not being Groot.
Rocket, Peter, Gamora, and Drax are worried that Groot's latest regrowth may have left him less of his usual self. The Guardians soon learn that someone has been collecting splinters of Groot when he sacrificed himself to save his teammates and others and replanting them - growing their own Groots.
That someone is the Collector - an immortal elder who is trying to assemble, as Peter and the rest of the Guardians soon discover, his own Guardian of the Galaxy tribute team.
Yet it's not so simple in putting a stop to the Collector's plans. He's kidnapped Kiya, one of the last known survivors of Gamora's home world, and has surgically implanted her with deadly technology which is slowly killing her in an attempt to create another Gamora.
Kiya escapes from the Collector, but she had been selling genetically modified Groots in order to gain the funds she needs to have the implants taken out of her. Nothing is what it seems to be the Guardians soon learn.
And there is the little problem of all those Groots running about.
Great Fun!
Highly Recommended!
Five Stars!


review by Bos (Posted on 6/15/2017)
I was hesitant at first but once I was started I was drawn in. Great Job.
Loved It by MrTwillz (Posted on 6/15/2017)
Personally, I enjoyed it very much. Entertaining story with a lot of laughs and heart. Looking forward to another GOTG adventure.
A fine story, but... by Lon (Posted on 6/13/2017)
While the story was decent, and audio production was up to GA's usual high standards, the voice work was...less so. Eric Messner has been established as a definitive voice for Rocket, so Michael Glenn was perhaps not the best choice to play Peter Quill, since he and Eric have far too similar voices. Nora Achrati and Lawrence Redmond were also quite good.

tl:dr - Fun story, but a bit hard to listen to.
It was ok by rafael (Posted on 6/8/2017)
this was an ok book. the story was slow at times. over all it was good enough to listen too.
Collect them all by Darryel (Posted on 6/4/2017)
This was a great listen. Our heroes bumble through myriad adventures until they come to a climax that roots this story and melds it all together.
The plot is well thought out and each scene seems a logical progression from the last. The Guardians five are all here. Drax, I will say, is introspective and seems to be the moral compass in this story. IMO.
As always the production standards are in a class by themselves. The actors all turn in excellent performances and the sound effects enhance the storytelling.
If I have one detraction, the multiple male characters don't have quite enough variance to tell them apart. The production, I think, realises this so has planted many clues throughout.
I listened to Collect Them All on the GA App. I listen mostly during downtime and when tucked into bed. I'm not trying to plant images into the Readers' minds, just illustrating the need for a few little modifications. The draw-bar (sic) at the bottom of the app is sometimes difficult to maneuver within 20-30 minutes of the desired position. A bookmarking feature would also be appreciated.
A little bit of a letdown by damien (Posted on 5/25/2017)
Rocket and Groot steal the galaxy is so far hands down the best GA production, so when I saw this new story I had high hopes despite the fact that is a different author. I am a huge fan of Douglas Adams I loved the irreverent style of the previous outing. While the story here isn't bad, fairly interesting in fact, it was very straightforward particularly compared to the glorious randomness that was Rocket and Groot. That being said I found a few flaws in the usually great voice acting found in GA titles as well. I like Scott McCormick and his distinctive voice for many roles, as a narrator it sounds like the story is being read by someones drunk uncle. I couldn't quite get into Michael Glenn as Star Lord either. The voices of the guardians overall seemed indistinct with the exception of Eric Messner as Rocket. If Rocket and Groot had not been so excellent I may not have had such high expectations here, but I really would have liked to see more.

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