Comic Book Reviews – Rocket Raccoon #1 and Legendary Star-Lord #1

Rocket Raccoon #1

Writer and Artist: Skottie Youngindex13r

Colorist: Jean-Francois Beaulieu

Letterer: Jeff Eckleberry

I cannot convey how fantastic the art is for this book. I was blown away. Skottie Young has come such a long way since I first saw him on the Human Torch solo series back in the early 2000s (and I loved his art then!) His art style is so unique and cartoony which works perfectly for this book. Not only is he an awesome artist, he’s a great writer. He gets these characters and I thought he wrote them extremely well. I am looking forward to seeing where this book goes.

Yes this is a solo Rocket book, but I was glad to see him interacting with the other Guardians because it makes it feel a little bit more real like this adventure is actually taking place in between the issues of Guardians of the Galaxy. I am going to enjoy Rocket as the main focus instead of simply being a supporting character.

Overall, the story was engaging and absolutely hilarious. I was expecting this book to be both fun and funny and it delivered on both accounts. To me, this was a perfect first issue. I’ll be staying with this book at least as long as Skottie Young is behind the helm. I think he will do awesome things with Rocket.

Rating: 7 (Out of 7) – Fantastic all around, this is an issue you don’t want to miss!

For my review of Legendary Star-Lord, head on over to page 2!

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Jonathan Schultz

Twenty five years old, living in Southwest Michigan. Behavioral therapist working with children with Autism. I've been collecting comics for well over 10 years now. You can find me on Twitter and Instagram: @Johnny_Storm4

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