Drawings of Rocket Raccoon in shooting and jumping battle postures

Rocket Raccoon is an anthropomorphic raccoon skilled in starship aviation, engineering, and marksmanship that appears in Marvel Comics. Typically a core member of the superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy, Rocket Raccoon possesses the enhanced speed, sight and climbing abilities of an Earth raccoon in conjunction with being a brilliant strategist and pilot. Rocket was introduced by Marvel in Marvel Preview #7 in Summer 1976.

Size comparison diagram of Rocket Raccoon next to Star-Lord and Thanos

Rocket Raccoon has a height of 3’1” (.95 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 4’ (1.22 m) in the comics.

How tall is Rocket Raccoon?
Rocket Raccoon is 3’1” (.95 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also 4’ (1.22 m) in the comic books.
What are Rocket Raccoon’s superpowers?
Rocket Raccoon has the attributes of an Earth Raccoon that include enhanced speed, sight, and claws for climbing. Rocket is a brilliant engineer, starship aviator, and expert marksman with a variety of galactic weaponry.
When was Rocket Raccoon’s first appearance in a Marvel Comic?
Rocket Raccoon first appeared in Marvel’s Marvel Preview #7 in Summer 1976.


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3’1” | .95 m

Name: Rocket Raccoon
Height: 3’1” | .95 m (MCU); 4’ | 1.22 m (Comics)
First Appearance: Marvel Preview #7 (Summer 1976)
Powers: Starship aviator and engineer; marksman and hand-to-hand combat; field commander and tactician; attributes of an Earth raccoon

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Drawings include:
Rocket Raccoon standing (passive), standing (weapon), standing (fighting), jumping (fighting)


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Marvel Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its vast library of superheroes and supervillains. Originally founded in 1961, characters from Marvel Comics appear in popular culture through their original comic book format, but also movies, television shows, cartoons, and toys.