A fierce attitude is a good start, but when you’re a genetically-engineered raccoon trying to hold your own against giant space monsters, and even humanoids, it also helps to carry a big stick. Which is why Hot Toys’ new Rocket Raccoon figure comes with a gigantic blaster that’s almost as large as the character itself.
Although the Guardians are currently stuck on Earth, in a few months, at least some of them will be jetting out into space. Rocket Raccoon in particular is heading out on his own for the simpler pleasures in life—meeting interesting people in exotic locales, and then robbing them blind.
Everyone loves Rocket Raccoon and Groot. They’re the best. And this new statue nails exactly why.
If there was any doubt in your heart that the people at NASA were a bunch of nerds, here’s the evidence that proves otherwise.
You know what's great about a blockbuster film having a leading character that's only three-feet tall? Using foam and latex you're actually able to make a life-size action figure from it, like this wonderfully-lifelike version of Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy and NECA.
First came the action figures. Then the plushies, and the T-Shirts, and all the other paraphernalia - but this might just laud over them all as a testament to absolutely absurd Rocket Raccoon merchandise. Well, actually it is going to laud over them all, it's three feet tall.
The CG work on Rocket Raccoon in Guardians of the Galaxy is hands-down some of the best of 2014 - but now you can get up close and personal with the abrasive bounty hunter thanks to these incredible images by digital Artist Daren Horley.
The world fell in love with Rocket Raccoon and Groot this summer in Guardians of the Galaxy, and now the pair are invading the covers of other characters' comics. An upcoming set of Marvel variant covers will feature homages to classic comic book covers, with Rocket and Groot in the starring roles.
Guardians of the Galaxy hit Japan this weekend - and we love some of the crazy things Japan has been doing to promote the movie. This latest bit of promotion however, might go a touch too far into the 'oh god kill it with fire' camp.
Guardians of the Galaxy is premiering in Japan this week and director James Gunn has been kind enough to inform the world of the beauty that are their trailers.
If Guardians of the Galaxy left a Rocket and Groot-shaped hole in your heart, never fear. Tons of wonderful artists have stepped up to celebrate the bromance that exists between tree person and talking raccoon.
Excuse us, there's something in our eyes. Bill Mantlo, who created Rocket Raccoon with artist Keith Giffen, suffered a traumatic brain injury from a hit-and-run accident in 1992. So today, Marvel found a way to screen the film for him.
Rocket Raccoon and company are ready to fight galactic threats in theaters this Friday, but the Lego tributes are already rolling in. This particular 30-second spot transforms the Guardians of the Galaxy into brick-sized replacements.
Here it is. It doesn't matter how good or bad Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy does at the box office early next month. As long as I get my Hot Toys 1/6th scale figures of Rocket Raccoon and Groot, it's a win in my book.
The more we see of James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy, the more excited we get. The latest trailer showcases Chris Pratt's Star-Lord arguing with Bradley Cooper's Rocket Raccoon and it's just great. Can we have GOTG now, please?
The longer trailer drops a few days, but we might as well see what secrets this teaser for the trailer has to offer. BONUS: Second teaser trailer included!
We got to see a little of Rocket Raccoon in action in the first Guardians of the Galaxy trailer, and in this Rocket-centered promo, we get to hear Bradley Cooper give him voice. Update: Now with the rest of the Guardians!
The first trailer for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy will finally drop on February 18th, but if you just can't wait, here's two very short clips of test animation, featuring Rocket Raccoon gunning down enemies with a semi-automatic while on top of the alien-tree-man Groot. It's a tad awesome.
At the San Diego Comic-Con's Mondo Marvel panel, Marvel luminaries including Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning divulged new Avengers-esque projects lined up for 2010-2011. What's on the docket? Oodles of Cap and Ultimates projects.