“That was a hoot!” (Rocko’s Modern Life #1 Comic Review)

Rocko’s Modern Life #1

Written by: Ryan Ferrier

Illustrated by: Ian McGinty

Letters by: Jim Campbell

Cover by: Jorge Monlongo

 

Rocko is having some major financial problems and is afraid in losing his home, with the help of his best friends Heffer and Filbert; Rocko hopes to find a plan before he finds himself and Spunky living in the streets of O-Town.

What you need to know: Rocko, Heffer, Filbert, and Spunky are back! Let the nostalgia rain over you like if it was the 90s all over again. Like when you were a kid and were playing with your Gameboy, jumped on moon shoes, drank Surge and Crystal Pepsi, and your pockets were filled with Pokémon cards and pogs.

What you’ll find out: Losing his job, Rocko looks in the newspaper in hopes that there will be something that can help his dilemma. Going into O-Town, Rocko hits the streets to find a quick job and put food in the fridge.

What just happened? After losing his job at customer care, No… Client relations; Rocko goes out job searching, and realizes that O-Town is just a town of crappy jobs or none at all. With a new roommate to split the bills and get life back together, Rocko soon begins to learn that nothing is as perfect as it seems.

 

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Luis Cruz

Luis Cruz

Luis Cruz Puerto Rican lost in the Multiverse with his son and his fiance straight edge pescatarian and the love of comics. Cyclops and magneto are right
Summary
Growing up in the 90s was the best thing ever. We had pogs, socker boppers, amazing cartoons, everything was made out for kids, and Nickelodeon reigned king for kids entertainment (I still love Fox Kids, Cartoon Network, and WB Kids). Through all those cartoons there was one which stood out more than the others, with their zany storylines, zany characters, and just over the top scenes of imaginative events that happened around or to the main character. Rocko’s Modern Life took what real life was and dropped it into the Ace chemical building; till this day the theme song has stayed in my mind as I envision Rocko screaming as he runs away from danger. Boom and Nickelodeon team up again and take you back to a time where it was simple and amazing to just be a kid, can’t wait to follow Rocko in this new modern life.  
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Luis Cruz Puerto Rican lost in the Multiverse with his son and his fiance straight edge pescatarian and the love of comics. Cyclops and magneto are right

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