Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Post Credit Scenes & New Guardians Lineup Explained

Welcome back to Epassvns, I’m Deepak Parashar, and in this article, we’re going to break down the post-credits scenes for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Beware, there are spoilers ahead, so if you haven’t seen the movie yet, proceed with caution.

The Film’s Ending

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol3 Ending Scene

The movie ends with a thrilling sequence where Rocket and the rest of the Guardians free the test subjects from the High Evolutionary’s ship and defeat Herbert Wyndham. This leads to some interesting developments and new character introductions.

Among the refugees they rescue are dozens of children, designed by Windham to have perfect metabolisms. Drax, who had lost his wife Ovet and his daughter Kamaria to Ronan the Accuser in the comics, forms a connection with these kids. Interestingly, in Swahili, “kamaria” means “like the moon,” hinting at a possible connection to Moon Dragon.

Moon Dragon’s partner in the Annihilation Conquest storylines, Phyla-Vell, is introduced as one of these kids played by Kaizen. Phyla-Vell is the artificially engineered daughter of the original Kree Marvel, not Carol Danvers. This opens the door to exciting possibilities for her character in the MCU.

Guardians of the Galaxy vol 3 Entry Scene

Peter Quill announces his departure from the Guardians to return to Earth and reunite with his grandfather, Jason, revealing the origin of his middle name from the 2014 film.

Mantis also leaves the team, and Rocket is named the new captain of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Gamora rejoins the Ravagers, Nebula oversees the Nowhere Colony, and Drax becomes a father figure to the refugee kids. Additionally, Adam Warlock and his Musaki Blurp become honorary Guardians. Surprisingly, none of the key players die in this movie, including the High Evolutionary.

The Mid-Credit Scene – Introducing the New Guardians Lineup

The Mid-Credit Scene

The mid-credit scene introduces the new Guardians of the Galaxy lineup, which includes Rocket, Craglin, Cosmo, Adam Warlock, Blurp, Groot, and Phyla-Vell. Phyla-Vell now wears the iconic Guardians blue and displays new powers, including the ability to fire energy blasts from her fist.

In the comics, Phyla-Vell becomes Quasar and gains her powers from the quantum bands. Her abilities appear to be linked to Cree Cosmic radiation, much like Carol Danvers and Monica Rambo. This connection suggests the possibility of her appearance in the upcoming film, “The Marvels.”

Marvel seems to set the stage for a future Young Avengers lineup, with young versions of various heroes already introduced in the MCU.

Groot undergoes a significant transformation, growing into a 25-foot-tall gargantuan known as Alpha Groot. This could be a nod to his future and a callback to the “We are Groot” moment from the first Guardians film.

The Future of the MCU

Future Of MCU

The MCU seems to be setting itself up for a future conflict involving younger heroes, with various young characters already established in the universe. This could lead to an Avengers Secret Wars storyline, with the younger generation taking center stage.

The Second Post-Credit Scene – Peter and Grandpa Jason

Peter and Grandpa Jason

In Missouri, the second post-credit scene catches up with Peter and his grandfather, Jason. They share a humorous moment discussing a neighbor’s lawn-mowing situation, hinting at the possibility of Peter having a sibling from another adult son of Jason’s.

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The final title card teases the return of the “legendary Star-Lord,” a reference to a 2014 comic run by Sam Humphries where Star-Lord learns of his sister Victoria, also known as Spartax Commander.


“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” leaves us with exciting developments for the future of the MCU, introducing new characters and hinting at potential storylines. As the MCU continues to expand, we can expect to see more surprises and adventures with the Guardians of the Galaxy and beyond.

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