ROCKET RACOON #1-11 (Skottie Young)

À partir de juillet (soit un mois avant la sortie des Gardiens de la Galaxie au cinéma), Rocket Racoon sera le héros de sa première série mensuelle…et là où il y a Rocket, Groot n’est jamais très loin !

Aux commandes du titre, on retrouve l’excellent Skottie Young (Le Magicien d’Oz et ses suites).

3 pages de Rocket Racoon #1 par Skottie Young :

[quote=“Skottie Young”]“I like any of the humorous characters, any of the ones I can have fun with. And around this time ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ was getting restarted, so I said if there was any of way of doing some sort of Rocket Raccoon story that would be fun too!”
“I think it’s going to have a connection to that nostalgic feeling for ‘Looney Tunes,’ that old animated flavor where everything wasn’t squeaky clean, you know? Daffy Duck would get his bill blasted off with double barrel shotguns… That’s what I grew up watching, and being able to play around with that in this hyper-superhero intergalactic universe will be a lot of fun.”[/quote]


Tiens, sinon, je suis étonné que Panini, à l’occasion de la sortie du prochain film des gardiens de la galaxie, ne propose pas en sortie librairie la mini série Rocket Raccoon par Mantlo et Mignola. Ni même les différents one shots Starlord d’ailleurs.

Ce serait une bonne idée pour le Marvel Classic de cet été (je crois que le sommaire du 15 n’a pas encore été annoncé)…

Rooooh … du Rocket Mignola … miam miam

ça serait énorme!!! :smiley:

Skottie Young Youhouhouhouhouhou. Je prends direct.

Pareil…j’ai hâte !

Panini, même pas cap !

Avant la publication de la série Rocket Racoon par Skottie Young, l’éditeur Marvel proposera un numéro gratuit lors du Free Comic Book Day avec Joe Caramagna et Adam Archer aux manettes.

Sortie en mai.

[quote]FCBD: Rocket Raccoon
Story by Joe Caramagna
Art by Adam Archer
Cover by Skottie Young
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $0.00
Release Date Sat, May 3rd, 2014
Rocket Raccoon is a wanted mammal, and he’s out to clear his bounty – by any means necessary! And you’ll never believe how![/quote]


Ci-dessous, trois pages de Rocket Racoon #1, suivies de la couverture variante illustrée par David Petersen:


Ci-dessous, la couverture variante de Rocket Racoon #2 par Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo):

Source: www;

[quote]Rocket Raccoon #1
Story by Skottie Young
Art by Skottie Young
Colors by Jean-Francois Beaulieu
Cover by Skottie Young, David Petersen, Leonel Castellani
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, July 2nd, 2014
As defenders of the cosmos go, Rocket Raccoon has faced his fair share of galactic battles. He’s been a hero to the weak, a champion of good, a protector of the innocent, a heartthrob to the many intergalactic female species and now–a raccoon on the run?! ( I’m sorry, I’m sorry, a “formidable-and-expert-Guardian” on the run. Rocket is NOT a raccoon, okay?) Rocket’s high-flying life of adventure and heroism may soon be a thing of the past when he becomes a wanted man—and the authorities are not the only one on his TAIL! (We’ll definitely be overusing that pun!)
Superstar creator Skottie Young brings his A-game as writer and artist on the series we’ve been waiting decades for. Because let’s be real, this is the only Guardian of the Galaxy you actually care about. Am I right?[/quote]


Bonjour, je voulais savoir si on pouvait lire cette série même si on a jamais lu GoG ?

Au vu de ces previews, j’ai l’impression que ça devrait être assez abordable pour quelqu’un qui ne connaît pas Rocket. Perso, je ne lis pas la nouvelle série des Gardiens, mais là, je suis totalement preneur…


Ci-dessous, la couverture variante de Dale Keown:


Voici la couverture exclusive de Rocket Racoon pour le Comic-Con International réalisée par Jeff Smith:

[quote]Rocket Raccoon #2
Story by Skottie Young
Art by Skottie Young
Colors by Jean-Francois Beaulieu
Letters by Jeff Eckleberry
Cover by Skottie Young, Stan Sakai
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, August 6th, 2014
The most notorious Raccoon in the galaxy has been arrested and falsely accused of murder!
• The real killer? An imposter procyon that seems to be one step ahead of Rocket at every turn.
• Now, it’s up to Rocket and a certain someone from Planet X to find the truth![/quote]


Voici quelques pages supplémentaires de Rocket Racoon #2:

[quote=“Skottie Young”]I was thinking about a B-plot and trying to come up with a group that would have some kind of issue with Rocket. Then I thought it would be kind of funny if we offset your expectations a little bit for this cute, fuzzy character that we’ve kind of turned into a stuffed animal.

Coming off of a book like “Oz” for so long and being the guy who does all the little Marvel kid covers I had this feeling that, “While I love that stuff, I’m not just that.” So I thought this would be a nice play on what people not only expect from me as a creator, but Rocket as well. This isn’t a straight up kids book. Rocket is still an adult and that’s what I wanted to get across in a funny way with the Ex-Terminators.

This cute little raccoon is an adult and he spends a lot of time in a lot of different places. So he may or may not get himself into adult situations. [Laughs] And some of those people might be mad at him for the way he deals with those situations.

It may be funny. It may not be funny, but at the time I thought it was kind of funny.[/quote]


miam miam