Following their escape from the Spartax forces, the Guardians of the Galaxy celebrate in an alien bar, Tony Stark makes a move on Gamora (and gets insulted again by Rocket Raccoon), and when more Spartax soldiers show up looking for them they get into a bar-clearing brawl.
As the rest of the Guardians enjoy their fun, Gamora sneaks out only to be attacked by a bounty hunter looking to cash in on the not inconsiderate price on her head (and that of her teammates). Thankfully the bounty hunter underestimates both Gamora and the speed which her friends show up to help.
Guardians of the Galaxy continues to mix wild space action with some great humor (although I’d prefer more Rocket Raccoon and Groot and less Tony Stark). The art of the comic does take a hit with Sara Pichelli stepping in to replace Steve McNiven. It’s not a badly drawn book by any means, and I do like Pichelli’s take on Gamora specifically, but the art isn’t up to the par of the first handful of issues. Worth a look.