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noobtheloser:

This will make a lot more sense to people who have seen the movie. 

"Okay fine. I shouldn’t have said that I would let that creep eat all your splinters. You’re very special to me and I value our friendship. Happy now?" "I am groot." "And I’m sorry that I put you in my mouth. I can see why that may humiliate you." Rocket Raccoon #2

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clemencie:

I watched “The Illusionist” (2010) by Sylvain Chomet earlier tonight. It reminded me of all the animated films I used to watch when I was a kid years ago. It’s amazing how much of original work was put into creating this motion picture. I miss animated films being like they used to be - softer and kinder to one’s heart. 

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princeowl:

scully: mulder what do you think happened here?

mulder:

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renegadism:

"I AM GROOT!" (Guardians of the Galaxy #17)

Although this is hilarious, it’s awful writing, since Rocket is known to understand Groot perfectly fine and carry on conversations with him. Rocket is himself a very capable mechanic as well if memory serves. - Jef

I’ve seen this come up a few times, often within the context of critiquing Brian Michael Bendis and I do feel obliged to point out that in Annihilation Conquest #4 Groot speaks in an actual complete sentence (“Groot demands to know what is happening” later adding “Well…I am Groot.”), in Guardians of the Galaxy #2 and #5 bb!Groot appears unintelligible (his dialogue bubbles are simply jagged hashmarks) but is clearly being understood by both Rocket and Peter (and Mantis, but her mind-readie skills kinda give her an edge), in Guardians of the Galaxy #7 he’s all grown up and back to being monosyllabic (with some minor variations: “I am Groot. I am help.” “Groot am…ow.”) and he stays that way right through the issue in the above panels. It’s never made explicitly clear just how much of his dialogue his teammates are understanding (even Major Victory and Bug respond to his speech as though it were more) and so the scene with Maximus would suggest that they’re getting an incomplete grasp of his thoughts, at the very least. And then there is ‘Blame It On the Blackstar’ (Annihilators #1) where Rocket actually travels to Planet X and every Floral Colossus there speaks in “I am Groot.” “Hold on, hold on!” Rocket says, “I used to be able to understand my old buddy, but your accents are so strong!” At which point he proceed to use a translating device. So basically, how much Groot can express and how well he is being understood by his friends varies a LOT throughout the canon.

And all of those stories were written by DnA.

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kiarasnaps:

Laverne: Nicole, does your belief system now change, in which you now know you don’t need him to be there? 
Nicole: No. I think what happens is it turns into less a conversation about my blackness and more about relating to humanity, because that’s really what we’re trying to do. We’re just realizing that people are capable of doing it. We’re underestimating people because people said we weren’t viable. 
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knitmeapony:

Hagrid, more like best person in the entire fucking universe.

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