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Ewing & Gorham Take On ROCKET In May

Ewing & Gorham Take On ROCKET In May

New York, NY—February 3rd, 2017 — It’s a dirty universe out there, even when you’re not regularly mistaken for trash-foraging vermin. And it’s about to get even dirtier. This May, Rocket Raccoon returns to the stars and returns to a life of crime in ROCKET #1! Strap in and hold on, because creators Al Ewing


ROCKET RACCOON #1 Written by Matthew Rosenberg Art by Jorge Coelho, Antonio Fabela, Jeff Eckleberry Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: December 28, 2016 “This planet sucks,” is the first line of dialog in Rocket Raccoon #1 and from there, writer Matthew Rosenberg and artist Jorge Coelho give readers a story that seems like it


New York, NY—December 2nd, 2016 — This December, everyone’s favorite space-faring rodent is getting GROUNDED! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look inside ROCKET RACCOON #1 – the new series from rising comic stars Matthew Rosenberg (Kingpin, Secret Warriors) and Jorge Coelho (The Haunted Mansion)! Rocket has found himself stuck in the very

TRADE WAITING: Week of February 11, 2015

Another Monday means another look at some of the hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this week’s “Trade Waiting” –your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released to stores this Wednesday and why you should watch out for them! DC THE NEW FRONTIER DELUXE ED HC Written

Marvel Announces SDCC Jeff Smith Variant of ROCKET RACCOON #1

Skottie Young’s brand new Rocket Raccoon series is taking the comic book industry by storm, garnering rave reviews from critics and fans alike! Today, Marvel is proud to unveil that legendary cartoonist Jeff Smith (Bone, RASL) will lend his pen to a jaw-dropping variant cover to the sold-out first issue available exclusively at this year’s

Marvel Announces Second Printings for ROCKET RACOON and THE LEGENDARY STAR-LORD

Everyone is talking about Rocket Raccoon #1 and The Legendary Star-Lord #1! Not only do both highly anticipated series hit comic shops today, but Marvel is proud to announce that less than 24 hours after launch both first issues have sold out at the distributor level! Though both titles may still be available at retail