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    I liked the first one.
    "The efforts of the government alone will never be enough. In the end the people must choose and the people must help themselves" ~ JFK; from his famous inauguration speech (What Democrats sounded like before today's neo-Liberals hijacked that party)
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    I still think they gave Bautista too much dialog.
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    Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Has 5 Post-Credit Scenes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Has 5 Post-Credit Scenes
    Was there supposed to be a vid here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retread View Post
    Was there supposed to be a vid here?
    No new video. Just info from the director about the post credits.
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    Few updates, and warning for major spoilers.



    First of which, we will be seeing the death of one of the movies characters. It is described as very emotional and hard hitting. I already know who it is, and his funeral is but one of the post credits scenes we will see in the movie.

    Sylvester Stallone’s character Stakar Ogord is another of the post credits where he is seen assembling the original Ravagers. Stakar is actually the Marvel antihero known as Starhawk and a member of the original comic book Guardians of the Galaxy from an alternate future.




    The most important of the post credits will be the featuring of Adam Warlock. Adam Warlock was first seen in the post credits of Thor 2 in his cocoon state. This post credits Which may include a pairing of his twin sister Ayesha who is seen as the gold clad leader in the trailers seen so far.



    A 4th post credits seen is more humor. Being one of Starlord chastising a angsty teen Groot. Though done more for laughs, it also was done to show Groot "Growing like a weed" and will likely be back to full adult Groot for the Avengers.

    For Nebula, she is seen flying off to Face Thanos alone. For those versed in the comics regarding the Infinity Gauntlet. You will know, Nebula is an extremely important character in this series as she is the one who undoes all the evil Thanos does with the Gauntlet. She is also the one who brings Earths Mightiest Heros to face off with Thanos in the end. So we should see her return in the upcoming Infinity war.

    As for Stan Lee's cameo. He is seen talking to the Watchers. They are all-seeing cosmic beings who have a code to observe intelligent life throughout the universe. But while they are adept at watching, listening is another story. Not even they could bear hearing Stan’s going on about his involvement in the MCU.
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    First of which, we will be seeing the death of one of the movies characters. It is described as very emotional and hard hitting. I already know who it is, and his funeral is but one of the post credits scenes we will see in the movie.

    Oh no!! They are gonna kill Rocket off ??? I still
    haven't seen the 1 st one!
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    And since we're talking about GotG2, no discussion would be complete without this....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vH_vyUK7D9Q
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    Easter Eggs

    Again, Major Spoiler Warnings!




    Cancerverse





    This is a hat-tip to HP Lovecraft. The Cancerverse is the mirror of his persona of death.


    Planet Berhert



    The Guardians are not the first superheroes to crash land on the planet Berhert.


    Back in the '60s comic books, Hulk landed here on the Warlord Supreme's spaceship, and ended up fighting the Galaxy Master. Both very important charactersin the MCU.


    Celestials





    Ego identifies he is a Celestial – "a god with a small 'g'" as Ego puts it.

    The Celestials are a race of armored space gods who date back to the birth of the universe. Their fly to different worlds and judge whether the beings there are "worthy" of life.


    In the first Guardians of the Galaxy, the Collector shows a Celestial using the Power Stone to kill an entire planet.

    Knowhere – the mining space station where he made his home – was built inside the skull of a dead Celestial.


    Director Taika Waititi has teased they have some sort of role in Thor: Ragnarok.



    Contraxia





    Another world seen is the snowy Contraxia, which is sort of a pleasure planet in the MCU. Contraxians are basically the same as human, except the two sides of their bodies, split straight down the middle are different colors.


    Howard the Duck





    Yep, he's back, and a lot more this time. This time, he shows up on Contraxia and again among the characters shown in the credits.


    The Original Guardians of the Galaxy's Team






    In the credits scenes reveals what was shown earlier in the film – Yondu and Stakar/Starhawk were both members of an earlier Guardians of the Galaxy team.


    Stakar reunites the other Ravager leaders in the post credits who made up the earlier GotG team, including his sister Aleta Ogord, Jupiter-born soldier Charlie-27, silicon-based crystal man Martinex, the AI disembodied head Mainframe and the red, magic-wielding snake-like alien Krugarr.



    Colours of Ogord





    Sly's Stakar mentions the "Colours of Ogord", and we later see them filling the sky in honour of the slain character in the movie.


    In the MCU "Ogord" refers to Stakar and his stepsister/wife Aleta, who were formerly combined into one being as Starhawk.


    Eternity





    When Peter Quill falls under the influence of his dad Ego, his eyes are literally filled with stars as he gazes on the universe in all its glory.


    He whispers, "Eternity," which is referring to the personification of Eternity, a Marvel character who shows up in the comics more often than you might think.



    Super-Ego





    Ego reveals his master plan involves 'The Expansion', which involves him assimilating all planets in the universe.


    In Thor comics it revealed that Ego was part of a larger, galaxy-sized "bio-verse" called Super-Ego. That Super-Ego was destroyed by an army of Celestials.



    Grandmaster dancing






    Various characters from the film can be seen dancing as the credits roll... as well as some not in the movie at all.


    You may spot Jeff Goldblum's Grandmaster, a villain from the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok. As well as others.
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