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The fan-favorite potted alien from "Guardians of the Galaxy" gets a stylish Arbor Day tribute with this enamel in from Mondo and Tom Whalen.
James Gunn shared a never-before-seen still frame from "Guardians of the Galaxy" today that illuminates another hidden Easter Egg.
Based on a thumbnail sketch he shared on Twitter, it seems James Gunn just shot a scene with Baby Groot.
In their latest look at dropped comic book plots, CSBG looks into whether Guardians of the Galaxy's Groot is still the monarch of his planet.
Once upon a time, the walking tree was also a talking tree, so when did "I Am Groot" become the extent of his vocabulary?
These besties go together like peanut butter & jelly and share an ongoing series, but where did it all begin? CSBG has the answers.
Rap legend DMC and Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez discuss their long-awaited Marvel debut, and explain why the Thing, Groot and NYC are all hip-hop.
Why would Rocket Raccoon break bad? And why does it feel so good? All will be revealed in Marvel's new series from Skottie Young & Filipe Andrade.
PW Toys has expanded its Marvel Heroes Collection to include Mr. Potato Head versions of Daredevil, The Vision, Star-Lord and Groot.
CBR spoke with Skottie Young about Marvel's new ongoing featuring the titular Guardians of the Galaxy members and fun, sci-fi buddy adventures.
On Facebook, "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn shared a fan's story about his son's connection to Groot.
Groot's origin as a young sapling is explored in a new clip from Marvel and Disney XD's animated "Guardians of the Galaxy."
The popular alien tree being is the focus of this new clip from Disney XD's upcoming Marvel-based animated series.
"Jeff Loveness and Brian Kesinger are delightfully imaginative with the troubles they concoct" in "Groot" #1.
Rocket Raccoon joins his best friend for an interstellar adventure courtesy of writer Jeff Loveness and artist Brian Kesinger!
Comic, video game and movie versions of superheroes share the spotlight with SDCC exclusives and Star Wars stalwarts this week.
The Guardian of the Galaxy with a rough exterior and a heart of a gold flies solo in Jeff Loveness and Brian Kesinger's "Groot" #1.
Marvel's mighty oak of a hero steps into the spotlight with his own series, and writer Jeff Loveness spoke with CBR about exploring Groot's mysterious past.
A hand-drawn background and more than 1,000 photos were used to recreate the now iconic scene from the Marvel film.
David Ayer preps a "Suicide Squad" shootout, Danny Elfman tweaks the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" score, and more.
Axel Alonso shares his enthusiasm for Chip Zdarsky & Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck," talks the latest "Star Wars" sales success and plenty more.
Comedian Jeff Loveness and artist Brian Kesinger will push the "Guardians of the Galaxy" tree into his own solo series.
Marshall will play Gamora and Taylor picks up double duty as Yondu and Cosmo alongside Kevin Michael Richardson, Trevor Devall, Will Friedle and David Sobolov.
If you’ve been searching for more details about Hot Toys’ “movie accurate” Little Groot, check out this video showing off its posability and interchangeable heads.
Groot gets his groove on at Entertainment Earth, DC Collectibles records the Mother Box and Sideshow presents "Temple of Doom" Indiana Jones!
Marvel has released a new "Guardians of the Galaxy" featurette that translates Groot’s catchphrase into 15 languages, from Czech to Mandarin.
Gentle Giant presents a Groot and Rocket Raccoon statue from "Guardians of the Galaxy" while DC's Power Girl gets a Sideshow statue and much more.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn reveals the actual reason it's taken so long for a Dancing Baby Groot toy to hit the market.
Anole is out of control in Marvel's "Amazing X-Men" #13 by James Tynion IV & Jorge Jimenez, featuring a stunning homage cover by Sara Pichelli.
"New Avengers" #25 joins in the Rocket Raccoon and Groot Month celebration with a variant cover by Francesco Francavilla.
That Dancing Baby Groot everyone’s been clamoring for will arrive -- officially licensed! -- in time for Christmas!
To celebrate their success in "Guardians of the Galaxy," Rocket Raccoon and Groot will feature on 20 Marvel Comics variants in November.
His conquest of pop culture nearly complete, "Guardians of the Galaxy's" Groot is now taking up residence in phones everywhere.
The Baby Groot dancing scene in "Guardians of the Galaxy" has proved to be so popular that in addition to replicas it has also spawned a new word.
Skottie Young talks "Rocket Raccoon" #1 sales and the book's first arc, which pits Rocket against an evil doppelganger and an army of ex-girlfriends.
The "first" official Dancing Groot toy will soon be on sale from Funko, as part of the company's Pop! line.
Fans calling for more Dancing Baby Groot can now (legally) watch that "Guardians of the Galaxy" scene over and over … and over.
Few "Guardians of the Galaxy" costumes this Halloween will hold a candle to costumer Calen Hoffman's almost movie-ready Groot ensemble.
Marvel has announced a Rocket Raccoon/Groot one-shot, debuting the same day as Skottie Young's ongoing "Rocket Raccoon" title.
Dan Abnett discusses Marvel's first in-house original prose novel, "Rocket Raccoon & Groot: Steal the Galaxy," featuring the duo on the run in the cosmos.