Rocket Raccoon: Grounded (Rocket Raccoon: Grounded #1-5)

Rocket Raccoon: Grounded (Rocket Raccoon: Grounded #1-5)

He's used to having a whole galaxy to guard, but now Rocket has found himself stuck in the absolute last place he'd want to be - the backwards, no-class, pit of a planet called Earth! It's where those dumb furry things that people say he looks like are from! One thing is clear. The how doesn't matter...nor does the who or what that gets in his way...he's gotta get off this He's used to having a whole galaxy to guard, but now Rocket has found himself stuck in the absolute last place he'd want ...

DownloadRead Online
Title:Rocket Raccoon: Grounded (Rocket Raccoon: Grounded #1-5)
Author:Matthew Rosenberg
Rating:
Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Rocket Raccoon: Grounded
ISBN
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Rocket Raccoon: Grounded (Rocket Raccoon: Grounded #1-5) Reviews

  • David Schaafsma
    Oct 23, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

  • Mitchell
    Oct 25, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

  • Izza
    Jun 02, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

  • Poppy
    Jan 27, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Joe Wilson
    Jul 07, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Paul Mirek
    Aug 05, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

  • Mike McDevitt
    Sep 16, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Daniel Butcher
    Sep 19, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

  • Scott Lee
    May 17, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

  • James Elkins
    Jul 05, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

  • Amanda [Novel Addiction]
    Oct 09, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

  • Mandy
    Aug 24, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Jan 22, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

  • Shaun
    Jul 09, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

  • Adan
    Jul 09, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

  • S.g.
    Apr 03, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

  • Hunter Lambright
    Jul 05, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

  • Gerry Sacco
    May 25, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

  • Adam Fisher
    Oct 13, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

  • Evey Morgan
    Jun 11, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Rod Brown
    May 27, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

  • David Akeroyd
    Sep 07, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

  • Alex
    Jul 24, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

  • Allan Carpenter
    Jul 17, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

  • Donovan McComish
    Apr 03, 2018

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

  • Mindy Rose
    Aug 19, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

  • Beelzefuzz
    Nov 13, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Priscila DeSousa
    Dec 15, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

  • Cameron Milne
    Aug 10, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Maciek Wiesiołek
    Dec 05, 2017

    "This planet sucks"--Rocket Raccoon Let me just say that I didn't read any of Skottie Young's run, I just happened to randomly pick this up in the YA comics section of my library, so had no expectations. Rocket Raccoon is a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and he is stuck on h...

    A passably amusing yet depressing satire of the immigration debate (debacle?) using actual aliens and one angry little fellow who looks a lot like a raccoon. I didn't really like the portrayal of Kraven the Hunter, and the gratuitous destruction of a major American landmark toward the ...

    This was a bit of a depressing read, man. Rocket is stuck on Earth, and he friggin? hates it. Everyone treats him like a joke except for Kraven the Hunter, who wants to murder him and skin him for his pelt. It turns out Kraven is running some kind of contest where humans are killing ...

    I read this in single issue form all at once. I wonder if my expectations for Rocket Raccoon are too high. By all means, he should be one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy but instead he gets saddled with ridiculous, inconsequential adventures that felt...

    This book follows Rocket in his first forays out into Earth apart from the other members of his incarnation of the Guardians following the "Grounded" storyline that ended the old book and Bendis's run. While Rosenberg writes a great funny-book (great comics, and in this case great ...

    Best known for his indie work at Black Mask, Matthew Rosenberg is also carving out a niche at Marvel with idiosyncratic, character-driven series that allude to the publisher's decades-long continuity without being too overwhelming for new readers. The man has range, too: his two Kingpi...

    In the aftermath of Civil War II, the Guardians have been cut off from space. Enter the "Grounded" storylines... Rocket is hilarious and everyone knows that, but on his own, it's not as easy to get things done. Tracking down a Shi'ar operative, Rocket is trying to get off world, but h...

    ?This planet sucks,? seems to be Rocket?s motto for his time on Earth. I didn?t think a story on Earth would work for Rocket, but Rosenberg makes it work. Pitting Rocket against Kraven the Hunter was a great idea! I can?t help but notice that the treatment of extraterrestrial...

    Pure Marvel Fun! Putting cosmic Rocket in a very real NYC setting is a brilliant move, and this book doesn?t disappoint. Very funny, well-paced, and even a little gritty. A bit less wacky than other Rocket solo outings, and that?s a good thing. The shots Rocket takes at Kraven (...

    This was okay. I think the Guardians stuff is getting stale, or just overdone. I enjoy Rocket's outrageous antics, of course, but the best part of his solo stuff is when he acts like a good guy despite not really wanting to be one. And you get that in here, but mostly this was just a s...

    No one romps like Rocket. A fish out of water. Rocket wandering through New York trying to leave the planet. Funny. Silly. Violent. This would make a great short movie with lots and lots of cameos. Not high art. But consistently awesome. Still stupid though. ...

    This volume of Rocket Raccoon is fun, sometimes funny, but over all it is a critique of US immigration policies and Xenophobia that doesn't get preachy. I would have given it 4 Stars but there were too many jokes/references to 30+ years of Marvel comics that would be lost to a causal r...

    4.75 stars | I love Rocket ...

    Surprisingly fun. ...

    I was surprised it was more than shooting with a definite sprinkling of social commentary. ...

    rocket is stranded on earth, a merry band of psychopaths are hunting aliens for sport and rocket blows someone's balls off with a grenade. kinda disappointed in this?! it felt lacking? 3/5. ...

    Think Paddington, but pissed off and kinda murdery! ...

    This volume was a lot of fun. Rocket as writen by Rosenberg is brilliant and Coelho's art has such a beautiful detail to it - especially in the panels with views of the city. ...

    2.5 stars ...

    Fun and a good take on Rocket. ...

    ??? ???? ???????? ??????. ??????? ? ??? ??? ?????? "???????" ?? ?????. ??????? ???? ?? ??????, ?? ????? ?? ????? ?????????????. ??????? ?????? ????. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...