ByBenjamin Harrison, writer at
Just a comic book nerd with a dream.....
Benjamin Harrison

As we may already know, [Guardians of the Galaxy](movie:424073) somewhat revolved around "daddy problems." First off, Ronan The Accuser, being the vicious slaughterer he was in the movie, really only did what he did because he wanted to vent on how his father (and grandfather) were killed. Now that's daddy issues.

Everyone can have daddy issues, can't they?
Everyone can have daddy issues, can't they?

But really, no one really had it bad like Peter, AKA Star Lord. I mean, he never got to meet him. Although, in the comics, Meredith, Star Lord's mother, had her memory erased. Yet in the movie, she seemed to know exactly who and what he was.

"You're so like you're daddy. And he was an angel."
"You're so like you're daddy. And he was an angel."

Here's the full quote because I couldn't fit the entire thing in the caption:

Anyway, she got the idea of what he was and who he was. Maybe exaggerated some of the details. But, otherwise, she was spot on. But after catching up with the Black Vortex story arc of Marvel, I realized something. Something dark about J'son that some of you probably already know about. J'son wants him dead.

I guess after countless times of trying to get his son back, he decided if he wasn't going to get him back the fair and easy way.

Now that I think about it, Maybe that's why he sent Yondu to retrieve him. But Yondu had other plans for Peter. And believe you me, I think Yondu raised Peter better than J'son would have.

If you're not catching my drift, then keep on reading. In the Black Vortex story arc, J'son loses all his royal power and fortune, thereby severing Peter's royal lineage. He still has royal blood, just royally broke blood. But otherwise royal no less.

After losing his fortune, J'son was driven to bringing together criminals from across the galaxy and further so he can become a crime boss. Thereby restoring his own fortune. And to add to that fortune, he placed a bounty on his own son. Probably the amount of units Peter was up for in the movie. Yondu had it right at the end of the movie, though, of course, I don't believe I would use the words exactly how he used 'em.

Forget daddy issues, this guy has son issues.
Forget daddy issues, this guy has son issues.

Imagine if we see J'son do that in [Guardians of the Galaxy 2](movie:1081113). But we won't. Oh well. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what James Gunn has in store for us in 2017.

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 is set to start production February of next year, and will hit theaters May 5, 2017. Expect more dancing Groot and metaphors that Drax might take literally. As usual. And don't forget our trigger happy raccoon friend, Rocket. Oh, I forgot, he doesn't know what that is. And assassin-friendly Gamora. And.....STAR-LORD!

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