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In a post-apocalyptic future, Marvel's Wastelanders: Old Man Star-Lord finds Peter Quill (Timothy Busfield) and Rocket (Chris Elliott) a little paunchier, a little slower, and a lot saltier than they were during the glory days of the Guardians of the Galaxy. They quickly discover the Earth isn't what it used to be either, when they crash land 30 years after all the world's super villains seized control.

The former Guardians are accompanied by a Rigellian Recorder, affectionately dubbed "Cora", who documents their mission to find the Black Vortex--an ancient relic reported to yield cosmic powers--before guillotine collars bestowed upon them by The Collector snap their necks. In the barren, desolate wasteland of the mid-west as controlled by Doctor Doom, they encounter the ageless telepath, Emma Frost, outlaw Ghost Riders, and the bloodthirsty Kraven the Hunter. Who will find the Black Vortex first and what will be the price of its power?

Written by Benjamin Percy (Wolverine: The Long Night, Wolverine: The Lost Trail), directed by Kimberly Senior (Disgraced), and sound designed with original scoring by Mark Henry Phillips (Homecoming, Passenger List). Learn more at marvel.com/wastelanders

Marvel's Wastelanders: Old Man Star-Lord Marvel and SiriusXM

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    • 3.8 • 1.8K Ratings

In a post-apocalyptic future, Marvel's Wastelanders: Old Man Star-Lord finds Peter Quill (Timothy Busfield) and Rocket (Chris Elliott) a little paunchier, a little slower, and a lot saltier than they were during the glory days of the Guardians of the Galaxy. They quickly discover the Earth isn't what it used to be either, when they crash land 30 years after all the world's super villains seized control.

The former Guardians are accompanied by a Rigellian Recorder, affectionately dubbed "Cora", who documents their mission to find the Black Vortex--an ancient relic reported to yield cosmic powers--before guillotine collars bestowed upon them by The Collector snap their necks. In the barren, desolate wasteland of the mid-west as controlled by Doctor Doom, they encounter the ageless telepath, Emma Frost, outlaw Ghost Riders, and the bloodthirsty Kraven the Hunter. Who will find the Black Vortex first and what will be the price of its power?

Written by Benjamin Percy (Wolverine: The Long Night, Wolverine: The Lost Trail), directed by Kimberly Senior (Disgraced), and sound designed with original scoring by Mark Henry Phillips (Homecoming, Passenger List). Learn more at marvel.com/wastelanders

    Chapter 10: Dawn and Doom

    Chapter 10: Dawn and Doom

    In their final showdown with Kraven, Star-Lord and Rocket fight to reach the Black Vortex before Kraven does. As the Collector arrives on Earth to claim her prize, Cora finds a new subject to follow.

    • 35 min
    Chapter 9: Kraven's Hunt

    Chapter 9: Kraven's Hunt

    Now in Kraven's custody, Star-Lord and Rocket become the ultimate prey, and they get some help from an old friend.

    • 30 min
    Chapter 8: Buried

    Chapter 8: Buried

    With the help of Cora and Joanna Forge, Star-Lord and Rocket hack their way into Doom's compound, where they find a clue that leads them to the most unlikely of places.

    • 30 min
    Chapter 7: Catching Fire

    Chapter 7: Catching Fire

    While Rocket and Joanna Forge try to find something strong enough to cut through adamantium collars, Emma, Cora and Star-Lord make a plan to infiltrate Doom's compound and head down into the mines.

    • 36 min
    Chapter 6: Trust Exercise

    Chapter 6: Trust Exercise

    Star-Lord and Rocket split up to find the quickest way to the Black Vortex - and out of their guillotine collars. Emma Frost passes a test of loyalty, and gives Cora a test of her own.

    • 31 min
    Chapter 5: Heaven and Hellfire

    Chapter 5: Heaven and Hellfire

    After Star-Lord's unsuccessful attempt to save Sebastian Warn, Cora makes arrangements for Star-Lord and Rocket to go into hiding at the Heaven and Hellfire, the most popular club in Doomwood. However, it's unclear if the club's proprietor, the eternally youthful telepath Emma Frost, is a friend or foe.

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
1.8K Ratings

1.8K Ratings

19yoderl ,

Great moment in last episode

Good story! I look forward to listening every week. I think it’s well done considering it’s a podcast and not a movie. And I’ve gotta say, in the last episode, when Quill fumbled with his Walkman and then started playing beach boys, after which it faded out into a gunshot battle as the music rose in volume, made this feel more like the GOTG movies then I thought possible!! I LOVED IT! The old music in GOTG juxtaposed with their battles was one of my favorite parts of the movies, I love to hear that in the podcast.

BusyFamily4 ,

Lovin’ It!

This is a great storyline with very good production behind it. I only wish there were more episodes to binge. Lol! Keep it up peeps!

fourthstring ,

Entertaining!

Had a great time listening. Voice acting was great. Would love to hear more series.

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