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ROCKET RACCOON
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COMIC BOOK
BY MARVEL
CIRCA 1985
5.00

The character was created by Bill Mantlo and Keith Giffen and consciously inspired by the classic Beatles song Rocky Raccoon which included Gideon's Bible (in the comic book limited series it was a book that contained the sum of all knowledge on the Loony Colony). Rocket Raccoon first appeared in Marvel Preview #7 (Summer 1976), in the back-up feature The Sword in the Star. He subsequently appeared in The Incredible Hulk #271 (May 1982). He later had his own four-issue limited series (in an afterword to the first issue, Mantlo himself asserted that this was the same character seen in Preview). This limited series was penciled by Mike Mignola and inked by Al Gordon. Issue #3 was inked by Al Milgrom. After the mini, poor Rocket Raccoon didn't get the spotlight often, appearing as second banana to the She-Hulk. New adventures of Rocket Raccoon started in 2008 as a part of the team Guardians of the Galaxy along with other characters from the Annihilation: Conquest series.



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Fun.com started years ago with the discovery of a purple monster hiding inside the Fallenstein's home in Mankato, MN. The monster imbued the family with a love of Halloween and told them to spread it across the entire world. Armed with nothing but a sewing machine and some serious skills, one of their founders made Halloween costumes for her children every year, but it wasn't until her kids were grown that the idea of opening a season costume rental shop took hold. Starting in the garage with only a couple dozen costumes, Costumes Galore became a season success in the Mankato, Minnesota area which got bigger and bigger each year. ...And then they took the business online and went from a small, family-run business operating out of a garage a couple months a year into a huge, family-run business with over 100 year-round employees and thousands of season employees, operating out of a 200,000 square foot warehouse in less than a decade! Suffice it to say, the monster is pleased.

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