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Rocket and Groot became instant fan favorites from the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie thanks to their fun dynamic. But, that relationship. Oct 11, Explore Person “Happy”'s board "Quiz" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Quiz · I got "Groot"! Baby Groot, Movies, Avengers Infinity War. Test your knowledge on this movies quiz to see how you do and compare What character besides Rocket is shown to understand Groot at the end of the movie? How does Quill describe his relationship with Gamora?.
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Usually, Groot's language barrier is played for laughs. It punctuates a joke or scene in the larger "Guardians" book, but when you think about it, it's actually kind of terrifying, not being able to communicate with any one in the universe.
You may be this philosophical, noble and intelligent person, but other people just see you as this giant, walking space tree monster. It becomes very serious, very fast for Groot as he tries to figure out a way to survive and save his friend who's been abducted across the galaxy.
How big a role does Rocket play in this series? Is he a peripheral character? It stays with Groot's perspective, but Rocket is never too far away from the heart of the book.
Obviously he's a major part in the beginning, and he plays a part throughout the book as we look back on Groot's earlier life. We kind of see how that friendship developed in the first place. As you said, I love dialogue! He's a good foundation to build funny dialogue and scenes upon. He definitely has a presence.
I think people will be satisfied with his role in the story.
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So, do the flashbacks reveal that they have some shared history, before the first time readers saw them together, in the "Annihilation Conquest: Yeah, you read the "Annihilation Conquest: Star-Lord" book, which is great, and there's this quick toss away line in the sense of, "The raccoon and the tree formed a bond together.
But how did that happen, exactly? How exactly did they form a bond?
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What brings these two oddball characters together to bond in such a way, and then become kind of the core friendship of the Guardians of the Galaxy? The flashbacks start off from their early prison days, and we build from there. I didn't want to do too much with the specific event because this is a book that a lot of general readers will jump into that maybe don't know the entire arc of the "Annihilation" saga.
I wanted to be reverent to that, but also keep things accessible for our new readers. Hopping back to the present, where exactly in the universe is Groot lost? What kinds of characters will he encounter and go up against?
That's a huge part of the fun. I want to keep it a mix of characters you've seen before including possible appearances by some surprise Marvel characters. I'm still working out the logistics of who we will be able to use, because there's this little thing called "Secret Wars" going on where the fabric of the Marvel Universe is being shattered from within.
It was like, "Awww! It would not be a cosmic Marvel adventure, though, if I didn't fit the Silver Surfer in there somewhere.
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