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| place_of_birth = Unknown
| place_of_birth = Unknown
| relatives = None
| relatives = None
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| groups = Captain of Ship; Loonies of Halfworld: Guardians of the Galaxy
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| groups = [[Guardians of the Galaxy]]; formerly Captain of Ship; Loonies of Halfworld
| education = Unknown
| education = Unknown
| height = 4'
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| hair = Black, brown, white
| hair = Black, brown, white
| powers =  
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| abilities = Rocket has many of the same abilities as a normal raccoon, such as a heightened sense of smell and sight as compared to a human. He is also has a great tactical mind and is a demolitions expert.
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| abilities = Rocket has many of the same abilities as a normal raccoon, such as a heightened sense of smell and sight as compared to a human.
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| weapons = He wears rocket skates that enable him to fly short distances and can carry the weight of at least one other animal with him. He always carries a laser pistol. His ship, the Rakk 'n Ruin, was used to transport himself and his First Mate [[Wal Rus]] across the planet and into outer space. Its top speed was presumably just below lightspeed. The ship did not have any warp capabilities, and any additional features are unknown. He also has a wide array of guns and bombs at his disposal.
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| weapons = He wears rocket skates that enable him to fly short distances and can carry the weight of at least one other animal with him. He always carries a laser pistol. His ship, the Rakk 'n Ruin, was used to transport himself and his First Mate [[Wal Rus]] across the planet and into outer space. Its top speed was presumably just below lightspeed. The ship did not have any warp capabilities, and any additional features are unknown.
| paraphernalia =  
| paraphernalia =  
| debut = Marvel Preview #7 (1976)
| debut = Marvel Preview #7 (1976)
| origin =  
| origin =  
| significant_issues = [[OHOTMU:Bibliography-Legacy80s#Rocket Racoon|Official Handbook Bibliography]]
| significant_issues = [[OHOTMU:Bibliography-Legacy80s#Rocket Racoon|Official Handbook Bibliography]]
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}}{{Headshot| Guardians of the Galaxy #1  (2008 , Joins Guardians of the Galaxy)
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bio_text= Hundreds of years ago, humanoids from an unidentified planet sought a world to use as an asylum for their outcast insane members, and settled on a planet located in the Keystone Quadrant, out by the stars of Sirus Major. There the psychiatrists created robots to care for their patients' particular brands of insanity. For years they studied the functions and dysfunctions of the mind, writing their observations in the starship Gideon's logbook until their funding was cut off and they were ordered back to their homeworld. As they left, they erected a forcefield-generating [[Galacian Wall]] around the star system to keep their uncured patients safe from the normal society that loathed them. [[image:Galacian Wall.jpg|thumb|Galacian Wall|left]] For generations the robots faithfully watched over their charges, whose children were born insane themselves, or affected by their insane environment. The [[Loonies]], as they came to be known, created a religion worshiping the ancient Shrinks as gods, with straight-jacketed priests called the [[Good Humor Men]] venerating the logbook as their Bible, housing it in the Admissions Ward and performing rites to attain the Final Cure. Gaining sentence (due in part to radiation from a nearby star going nova), the supremely logical robots sought a way out from directly caring for their illogical charges. They played around with the genetics of the various companion animals left by the Shrinks and created a race of animal people to care for the Loonies while the robots retreated to their own side of the planet and began to work on a giant humanoid starship, and started to deduce how to shut down the Wall from the inside. Over time the planet came to be known as [[Halfworld]], divided between the robots' industrial half, and the verdant half occupied by the others, with the robots building toys designed by the animals to keep the Loonies entertained, and making other machines and weapons for the animals' use only, and giving many animals requested cybernetic enhancements. Over time the animals created their own advanced society somewhat apart from the Loonies, with the major industry toymaking for the Loonies' amusements, and the Loonies paying for services rendered with animal cracker currencies.
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bio_text= Hundreds of years ago, humanoids from an unidentified planet sought a world to use as an asylum for their outcast insane members, and settled on a planet located in the Keystone Quadrant, out by the stars of Sirus Major. There the psychiatrists created robots to care for their patients' particular brands of insanity. For years they studied the functions and dysfunctions of the mind, writing their observations in the starship Gideon's logbook until their funding was cut off and they were ordered back to their homeworld. As they left, they erected a forcefield-generating [[Galacian Wall]] around the star system to keep their uncured patients safe from the normal society that loathed them. [[image:Galacian Wall.jpg|thumb|Galacian Wall|left]] For generations the robots faithfully watched over their charges, whose children were born insane themselves, or affected by their insane environment. The [[Loonies]], as they came to be known, created a religion worshiping the ancient Shrinks as gods, with straight-jacketed priests called the Good Humor Men venerating the logbook as their Bible, housing it in the Admissions Ward and performing rites to attain the Final Cure. Gaining sentence (due in part to radiation from a nearby star going nova), the supremely logical robots sought a way out from directly caring for their illogical charges. They played around with the genetics of the various companion animals left by the Shrinks and created a race of animal people to care for the Loonies while the robots retreated to their own side of the planet and began to work on a giant humanoid starship, and started to deduce how to shut down the Wall from the inside. Over time the planet came to be known as [[Halfworld]], divided between the robots' industrial half, and the verdant half occupied by the others, with the robots building toys designed by the animals to keep the Loonies entertained, and making other machines and weapons for the animals' use only, and giving many animals requested cybernetic enhancements. Over time the animals created their own advanced society somewhat apart from the Loonies, with the major industry toymaking for the Loonies' amusements, and the Loonies paying for services rendered with animal cracker currencies.
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In recent years, the Incredible [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)]] was transported to Halfworld via energies released during the destruction of the energy creature [[Galaxy Master]]. The Hulk met Quadrant guardian Rocket Raccoon and his partner [[Wal Rus]], who tried unsuccessfully to figure out how the strange green human got through the Galacian Wall. When the head of [[Inter-Stel Mechanics]], mole [[Judson Jakes]], had the mercenary [[Black Bunny Brigade]] steal the Gideon's Bible and held his ward, the otter [[Lylla]], as a hostage, Rocket enlisted the Hulk's aid to rescue both the Bible and his girlfriend. They invaded Jake's orbital [[Spacewheel]] spacestation and rescued both the book and Lylla, but not before Jake's chief scientist/toymaker, the tortoise [[Uncle Pyko]], sent the Hulk back to [[Earth]] to prevent the Hulk's presence from destroying the political status quo among the various Halfworld animal factions.
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In recent years, the Incredible [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)]] was transported to Halfworld via energies released during the destruction of the energy creature [[Galaxy Master]]. The Hulk met Quadrant guardian Rocket Raccoon and his partner [[Wal Rus]], who tried unsuccessfully to figure out how the strange green human got through the Galacian Wall. When the head of Inter-Stel Mechanics, [[Judson Jakes]], had the mercenary [[Black Bunny Brigade]] steal the [[Gideon's Bible]] and held his ward, the otter [[Lylla]], as a hostage, Rocket enlisted the Hulk's aid to rescue both the Bible and his girlfriend. They invaded Jake's orbital [[Spacewheel]] spacestation and rescued both the book and Lylla, but not before Jake's chief scientist/toymaker, the tortoise [[Uncle Pyko]], sent the Hulk back to [[Earth]] to prevent the Hulk's presence from destroying the political status quo among the various Halfworld animal factions.
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The saurian [[Lord Dyvyne]], head of the [[Dyvynities]],Inc., forcibly took over Inter-Stel Mechanics, forcing Jackes and Pyko from Spacewheel, and hiring the Black Bunny Brigade away from Jakes. Relocating to Halfworlds's equator, Jakes reincorporated as [[Mayhem Mekanics]], where he had Pyko created more members of his mechanical Psycho-Circus (a.k.a. [[Killer Clowns]]) and the cybermetric bat-like [[Drakillars]], and plotted to find a way to marry Lylla to gain permanent control of her late parents' fortune and the toy company they had founded. Desiring to be the top toymaker, Jakes had one of his mechanical Killer Clowns assassinated Lord Dyvyne's chief toysmith, igniting a trade war. Rocket went after Jakes to stop the war, but then Dyvyne had Lylla kidnapped to force a marriage between them to gain control of her fortune, forcing Rocket and her uncle Wal to rescue her instead. They tracked Lylla to the Loony shrine Asylum, where Brigade leader [[Blackjack O'Hare]] had taken her to seek her fortune for himself, putting him on the outs with his employer. When the Killer Clowns vacuumed up the Black Bunny Brigade, O'Hare was forced to rescue Rocket and himself from the wrath of lord Dyvyne's misty creature [[Red Breath]]. luring the pursuing Clowns on their vacuum sleds to vacuum up the erasing Red Breath, destroying both sets of assassins.
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The saurian [[Lord Dyvyne]], head of Dyvynities,Inc., forcibly took over Inter-Stel Mechanics, forcing Jackes and Pyko from Spacewheel, and hiring the Black Bunny Brigade away from Jakes. Relocating to Halfworlds's equator, Jakes reincorporated as [[Mayhem Mekaniks]], where he had Pyko created more members of his mechanical Psycho-Circus (a.k.a. [[Killer Clowns]]) and the cybermetric bat-like [[Drakillars]], and plotted to find a way to marry Lylla to gain permanent control of her late parents' fortune and the toy company they had founded. Desiring to be the top toymaker, Jakes had one of his mechanical Killer Clowns assassinated Lord Dyvyne's chief toysmith, igniting a trade war. Rocket went after Jakes to stop the war, but then Dyvyne had Lylla kidnapped to force a marriage between them to gain control of her fortune, forcing Rocket and her uncle Wal to rescue her instead. They tracked Lylla to the Loony shrine Asylum, where Brigade leader [[Blackjack O'Hare]] had taken her to seek her fortune for himself, putting him on the outs with his employer. When the Killer Clowns vacuumed up the Black Bunny Brigade, O'Hare was forced to rescue Rocket and himself from the wrath of lord Dyvyne's misty creature [[Red Breath]]. luring the pursuing Clowns on their vacuum sleds to vacuum up the erasing Red Breath, destroying both sets of assassins.
[[image:Supporting Cast.jpg|thumb|right]] Now finding both toy moguls allied against them, Rocket, Wal Rus, Lylla, and O'Hare fled to the robotic side of Half World, where they found Uncle Pyko; he had "borrowed" and deciphered Halfworld's Bible, learning the truth of Halfworld's origins, and left Jakes to pursue his own agendas of becoming the Quadrant's chief toysmith for the pure joy of creating toys. Escaping from the treacherous O'Hare and his cronies, Pyko led the other three to the Assembly Line to meet the head robot, where Rocket handed over the Bible to the robots to uses psychiatric knowledge to create the Wonder Toy, a helmet designed to correct the imbalances in the Loonies' minds, curing them. Jakes and Lord Dyvyne combined forces for one last attack on Rocket and Pyko to keep them from distributing the Toys and destroying their markets forever. The Killer Clowns and Lord Dyvyne's simian samurais almost succeeded in slaying them until reinforcements - the robots, a repentant O'Hare, and the now-cured Loonies - arrived to turn the tide of battle against Jakes and Dyvyne, who were deliberately thrown from their Drakillar perch onto the ground below, apparently killing them. While some animals elected to stay and help the former Loonies rebuild their world, Wal, Lylla, O'Hare and many other animals joined almost all the robots aboard the humanoid Ship with Rocket as its captain, seeking adventures among the stars.  
[[image:Supporting Cast.jpg|thumb|right]] Now finding both toy moguls allied against them, Rocket, Wal Rus, Lylla, and O'Hare fled to the robotic side of Half World, where they found Uncle Pyko; he had "borrowed" and deciphered Halfworld's Bible, learning the truth of Halfworld's origins, and left Jakes to pursue his own agendas of becoming the Quadrant's chief toysmith for the pure joy of creating toys. Escaping from the treacherous O'Hare and his cronies, Pyko led the other three to the Assembly Line to meet the head robot, where Rocket handed over the Bible to the robots to uses psychiatric knowledge to create the Wonder Toy, a helmet designed to correct the imbalances in the Loonies' minds, curing them. Jakes and Lord Dyvyne combined forces for one last attack on Rocket and Pyko to keep them from distributing the Toys and destroying their markets forever. The Killer Clowns and Lord Dyvyne's simian samurais almost succeeded in slaying them until reinforcements - the robots, a repentant O'Hare, and the now-cured Loonies - arrived to turn the tide of battle against Jakes and Dyvyne, who were deliberately thrown from their Drakillar perch onto the ground below, apparently killing them. While some animals elected to stay and help the former Loonies rebuild their world, Wal, Lylla, O'Hare and many other animals joined almost all the robots aboard the humanoid Ship with Rocket as its captain, seeking adventures among the stars.  
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Latter, Rocket was imprisoned by the Kree for being in a restricted zone. He was freed, along with other inmates including [[Bug]], [[Groot]], [[Deathcry]], the current [[Captain Universe]], and [[Mantis]] the Celestial Madonna, to join a team led by [[Star-Lord (Peter Quill)]] against the [[Phalanx]] invasion of the Kree Empire.
 
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After the Phalanx were stopped, Quill, [[Quasar (Phyla-Vell)]], and [[Adam Warlock]] wanted to form a team to stop any new threats before they started. For the team, they recruited Rocket, along with Groot, [[Drax the Destroyer]], [[Gamora]], Mantis, and [[Cosmo]]. Based out of [[Knowhere]], they are searching for tears to repair in space caused by the recent wars.
 
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Current revision as of 16:11, 20 August 2009

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Rocket Raccoon

Aliases
Rocky Raccoon, Ranger Rocket

Identity
Publicly known on Halfworld, unknown on Earth

Citizenship
Halfworld

Place of Birth
Unknown

First Appearance
Marvel Preview #7 (1976)

Hundreds of years ago, humanoids from an unidentified planet sought a world to use as an asylum for their outcast insane members, and settled on a planet located in the Keystone Quadrant, out by the stars of Sirus Major. There the psychiatrists created robots to care for their patients' particular brands of insanity. For years they studied the functions and dysfunctions of the mind, writing their observations in the starship Gideon's logbook until their funding was cut off and they were ordered back to their homeworld. As they left, they erected a forcefield-generating Galacian Wall around the star system to keep their uncured patients safe from the normal society that loathed them.
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Galacian Wall
For generations the robots faithfully watched over their charges, whose children were born insane themselves, or affected by their insane environment. The Loonies, as they came to be known, created a religion worshiping the ancient Shrinks as gods, with straight-jacketed priests called the Good Humor Men venerating the logbook as their Bible, housing it in the Admissions Ward and performing rites to attain the Final Cure. Gaining sentence (due in part to radiation from a nearby star going nova), the supremely logical robots sought a way out from directly caring for their illogical charges. They played around with the genetics of the various companion animals left by the Shrinks and created a race of animal people to care for the Loonies while the robots retreated to their own side of the planet and began to work on a giant humanoid starship, and started to deduce how to shut down the Wall from the inside. Over time the planet came to be known as Halfworld, divided between the robots' industrial half, and the verdant half occupied by the others, with the robots building toys designed by the animals to keep the Loonies entertained, and making other machines and weapons for the animals' use only, and giving many animals requested cybernetic enhancements. Over time the animals created their own advanced society somewhat apart from the Loonies, with the major industry toymaking for the Loonies' amusements, and the Loonies paying for services rendered with animal cracker currencies.

In recent years, the Incredible Hulk (Bruce Banner) was transported to Halfworld via energies released during the destruction of the energy creature Galaxy Master. The Hulk met Quadrant guardian Rocket Raccoon and his partner Wal Rus, who tried unsuccessfully to figure out how the strange green human got through the Galacian Wall. When the head of Inter-Stel Mechanics, Judson Jakes, had the mercenary Black Bunny Brigade steal the Gideon's Bible and held his ward, the otter Lylla, as a hostage, Rocket enlisted the Hulk's aid to rescue both the Bible and his girlfriend. They invaded Jake's orbital Spacewheel spacestation and rescued both the book and Lylla, but not before Jake's chief scientist/toymaker, the tortoise Uncle Pyko, sent the Hulk back to Earth to prevent the Hulk's presence from destroying the political status quo among the various Halfworld animal factions.

The saurian Lord Dyvyne, head of Dyvynities,Inc., forcibly took over Inter-Stel Mechanics, forcing Jackes and Pyko from Spacewheel, and hiring the Black Bunny Brigade away from Jakes. Relocating to Halfworlds's equator, Jakes reincorporated as Mayhem Mekaniks, where he had Pyko created more members of his mechanical Psycho-Circus (a.k.a. Killer Clowns) and the cybermetric bat-like Drakillars, and plotted to find a way to marry Lylla to gain permanent control of her late parents' fortune and the toy company they had founded. Desiring to be the top toymaker, Jakes had one of his mechanical Killer Clowns assassinated Lord Dyvyne's chief toysmith, igniting a trade war. Rocket went after Jakes to stop the war, but then Dyvyne had Lylla kidnapped to force a marriage between them to gain control of her fortune, forcing Rocket and her uncle Wal to rescue her instead. They tracked Lylla to the Loony shrine Asylum, where Brigade leader Blackjack O'Hare had taken her to seek her fortune for himself, putting him on the outs with his employer. When the Killer Clowns vacuumed up the Black Bunny Brigade, O'Hare was forced to rescue Rocket and himself from the wrath of lord Dyvyne's misty creature Red Breath. luring the pursuing Clowns on their vacuum sleds to vacuum up the erasing Red Breath, destroying both sets of assassins.

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Now finding both toy moguls allied against them, Rocket, Wal Rus, Lylla, and O'Hare fled to the robotic side of Half World, where they found Uncle Pyko; he had "borrowed" and deciphered Halfworld's Bible, learning the truth of Halfworld's origins, and left Jakes to pursue his own agendas of becoming the Quadrant's chief toysmith for the pure joy of creating toys. Escaping from the treacherous O'Hare and his cronies, Pyko led the other three to the Assembly Line to meet the head robot, where Rocket handed over the Bible to the robots to uses psychiatric knowledge to create the Wonder Toy, a helmet designed to correct the imbalances in the Loonies' minds, curing them. Jakes and Lord Dyvyne combined forces for one last attack on Rocket and Pyko to keep them from distributing the Toys and destroying their markets forever. The Killer Clowns and Lord Dyvyne's simian samurais almost succeeded in slaying them until reinforcements - the robots, a repentant O'Hare, and the now-cured Loonies - arrived to turn the tide of battle against Jakes and Dyvyne, who were deliberately thrown from their Drakillar perch onto the ground below, apparently killing them. While some animals elected to stay and help the former Loonies rebuild their world, Wal, Lylla, O'Hare and many other animals joined almost all the robots aboard the humanoid Ship with Rocket as its captain, seeking adventures among the stars.


Note: 10,000-15,000 years in the future, Rocket Raccoon, now called Rocky Raccoon, met Ithican Prince Wayfinder on the planet Hailailae, also known as Witchworld, where he aided the offworld Prince by instructing him about the dangers of Witchworld, and helped him battle the animal men of the sorceress Kirke. How Rocket survived the intervening millennia, or if he was somehow transported there through space/time to the planet remains unrevealed.



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