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The 5 Post-Credits Scenes Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 And What They Mean

Scene 1: Kraglin And Yondu’s Fin

The 5 Post-Credits Scenes Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 And What They Mean
In the first post-credits scene, Yondu’s first mate Kraglin (played by Sean Gunn AKA brother of James Gunn and Rocket’s mocap performer) is practicing using Yondu’s whistle-controlled arrow while wearing Yondu’s fin. He’s not a natural like his captain, though, and he promptly sends the arrow flying into Drax’s neck, who’s in the next room along on the spaceship. As we hear Drax repeatedly cry out in pain, Kraglin sneaks away.
While this scene could suggest that Kraglin will play a bigger part in Vol. 3, it’s mostly there just for comedy and is the least significant of the bunch.

Scene 2: The Original Guardians Reunite

The 5 Post-Credits Scenes Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 And What They Mean
After one of their number dies (see the movie to find out who), the various captains of the Ravagers come together. Namely, Stakar Ogord (Sylvester Stallone), Aleta Ogord (Michelle Yeoh), Martinex T’Naga (Michael Rosenbaum), Charlie-27 (Ving Rhames) and Mainframe (Miley Cyrus). Stakar convinces them that these old friends should team up to reform their original group. “Let’s go steal some sh*t,” Stakar says, as the scene ends.
If you’re a hardcore comics fan, you might recognize these characters as members of the original Guardians of the Galaxy team from the 1960s (the loose inspiration for the modern version of the team). It looks like we’ll see a lot more of Stallone’s character and his star-studded cronies in Vol. 3 then – but will they be friends or foes?

Scene 3: “I Think I Shall Call Him… Adam.”

The 5 Post-Credits Scenes Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 And What They Mean
This is probably the scene that will get fans the most excited, as it sees the Sovereign’s ruler, Ayesha, about to face the council and find out the repercussions of her failed attempt to take down the Guardians. She isn’t fazed, though, as she’s created a new, better lifeform to do the job for her. We then see a golden incubation chamber of some kind. “I think I will call him… Adam,” Ayesha finishes.
This, of course, is a tease that Adam Warlock is at last coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Seeing as the character plays an important part of the Infinity Gauntlet storyline in the comics, fans have long assumed he would make the jump to the movies at some point. We know he’s locked in for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3but will he also pop up in Avengers: Infinity War as well? It seems likely, as his evil side, Magus, is thought to appear in the film.

Scene 4: Teenage Groot Won’t Clean His Room

The 5 Post-Credits Scenes Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 And What They Mean
Back on the Milano, some time has passed and Baby Groot has now grown to adolescence. Peter enters Groot’s room and berates him for not cleaning up after he’s shed his vines. Groot tells him he’s boring – well, he says “I am Groot,” but that’s what he means – and Peter tells him off for doing nothing but playing his video game. Peter then storms off, saying, “now I know how Yondu felt.”
Like the first scene, this one is mostly just for comedic value. However, it does pretty much confirm that Groot will be fully grown again by the time of Vol. 3., and probably Avengers: Infinity War, too.

Scene 5: Stan Lee Needs A Ride Home

The 5 Post-Credits Scenes Of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 And What They Mean
In a sequel to Stan Lee’s cameo in the main bulk of the film, the comic book legend is left alone on an asteroid as the Watchers – who were previously listening to his encounters with various superheroes – walk away. Lee pleads with them to come back as he has more stories to tell. Besides, he needs a ride home back to Earth.
This is a hilarious sequence and a welcome return to the fantastic cameo from earlier. These scenes not only introduce the important Watchers into the MCU, but also confirm for the first time that Stan Lee is indeed playing the same character across all of his MCU appearances.
Tell us, have you seen Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 yet? If so, what was your favorite post-credits scene? Sound off below and let us know!

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