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Hello there! I'm Ryan Penagos aka Agent M! I'm the Executive Editorial Director for Marvel Digital Media Group and Marvel.com. What does that mean? Well, I write and edit and travel and tweet and do some pretty cool stuff for all things Marvel. It's a rad gig.

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Cover and interior art for Skottie Young’s Rocket Raccoon comic, which launches in July. (yes, it’s ongoing) You will need this.

This July, blast off with the fuzziest Guardian of the Galaxy in ROCKET RACCOON #1 – an all-new ongoing series from Eisner Award winning fan-favorite Skottie Young! And you’ve never seen Rocket like this before!

As defenders of the cosmos go, Rocket Raccoon has faced his fair share of galactic battles. He’s been a hero to the weak, a champion of the good, a protector to the innocent, and  a heartthrob to many intergalactic species across the cosmos. But is he ready to be a raccoon on the run?!

Rocket’s high-flying life of adventure and heroism may soon be a thing of the past when he becomes framed for something he didn’t do! And the authorities aren’t the only ones hot on his TAIL! (Yeah, we went there.)                      

“I figure that a guy like Rocket, with his attitude, has swindled his way over many planets and charmed many ladies,” says writer/artist Skottie Young. “He’s racked up a malitia of ex-girlfriends I’m dubbing the Exterminators. They’re all fed up and they’ve decided it’s time they dish out some payback on his furry little tail.”

With his pal Groot at his side, Rocket will have to blast his way out of trouble (and blast his way into some) if he wants to clear his name. Along the way he’ll tussle with some of the fiercest creatures in the known galaxy! But they’re about to bite off more than they can chew if they think they can go toe-to-paw against the shortest Guardian with the biggest gun!

Don’t miss the start of the explosive new series as superstar creator Skottie Young kicks off an epic deep space adventure in ROCKET RACCOON #1!

ROCKET RACCOON #1

Written by SKOTTIE YOUNG

Art & Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG

Variant Cover by DAVID PETERSEN

On-Sale This July!

 

Asker Anonymous Asks:
How does Jason Aaron's beard not have its own comic book series or at least a Tumblr page? Will that be rectified in Original Sin?
agentmlovestacos agentmlovestacos Said:

As you can see from these pages in Skottie Young’s sketchbook, things are in the works. 

Skottie Young’s Age of Ultron #1 variant brings me much joy. I mean, everything Skottie does makes me happy, but still…

Age of Ultron #1 is on sale March 6, 2013!

Do you doubt the power of A-BABIES VS. X-BABIES???? HOW CAN YOU DOUBT IT?!!! LOOK AT IT AND WEEP FOR THE CUTENESS IS TOO MUCUUUADLFKASD;LFKSDFA;SDLKFNA;SDF

via marvelentertainment:

Check out these interior sketches of the upcoming A-BABIES VS. X-BABIES, courtesy of Gurihiru!

Yo. This Skottie Young Groot & Rocket Raccoon tattoo is THE BUSINESS!

via fuckyeahtattoos:

Back in December, I sent you posted a picture of the outline and shading, so I thought I’d send an updated picture now that it’s all finished. After 12 hours and three sessions, my Rocket Raccoon and Groot (based off of AWESOME Skottie Young art) is finally complete! Thanks to Mike at West Side Tattoo (http://westsidetattoo.net/)in Colorado Springs for doing such amazing work! 

AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #1 variant cover by Skottie Young, only available from midtowncomics.com.

This is, hands down, my favorite comic book cover of 2012. At least so far.

I wanted to pick one panel from DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ #1 to post, but I just couldn’t. So I picked five. Five great reasons to pick up the issue by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young, which goes on sale September 28, 2011.

And you should also read our latest Psych Ward article about the Wizard of Oz, written by Tim Stevens, “a Psy D candidate and practicum trainee at a community mental health facility and has experience in working with individuals dealing with PTSD.”

Also, I now want a book about cats written and drawn by Skottie. Like, a 250 page adventure story.

Seriously, Skottie Young? Really? Dude’s too good.

This is definitely the greatest thing we’ll have ever published. 

This is a page from a Spider-Kitty story from the upcoming SPIDER-ISLAND: I LOVE NEW YORK CITY #1 (on sale in September). Story by Skottie Young, art by Dave Guertin and Greg Baldwin of CreatureBox.

I’ve read the full story (can’t post it all—you’ll have to buy the book) and it’s just absolutely terrific. 

DOROTHY & THE WIZARD IN OZ #1 cover by Skottie Young.

Look at that cat. LOOK AT IT. So cute.

Oh yeah, it’s on sale in September.

Greedo: dead! An awesome piece by Skottie Young from the fantastic SkottieScott art blog he does with Scott Morse.

MARVEL ADVENTURES SPIDER-MAN #59 cover by Skottie Young. It’s Skottie’s birthday today (along with Marvel editor Alejandro Arbona), so hit them on the Tweets and say hi.

Over the last week, Skottie Young, Chris Eliopoulos and Katie Cook posted some of their comics as low-cost DRM-free digital downloads. I bought ‘em all and loaded them on an iPad. Great stuff, highly recommended.

Download Misery Loves Sherman by Chris Eliopoulos

Download The Adventures of Bernard the World Destroyer by Skottie Young

Download Fuck You, Box by Katie Cook

Some X-Baby art by Skottie Young.

(via who-the-hell-is-bucky)

The only piece of original Skottie Young art I own—a Venom drawing he did on a signing table covering from a convention. I’m gonna guess this is from Wizard World Chicago 2007 or so.