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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3: Who are Rocket’s Past Friends

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3: Who are Rocket’s Past Friends

Rocket Racoon

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 plunges headlong into the history of Rocket Raccoon (in the voice of Bradley Cooper) and we immediately discover part of his past. Rocketsimprisoned byHigh Evolutionary, he creates his own little family. These three cellmates are the first people he knows and with whom he shares his time in prison. They have created a real family, they laugh and joke but above all they dream of flying away on a spaceship to finally be able to look at the sky.

As we see in the memories of Rockets, during his escape attempt his friends are killed. The raccoon was trying to save them from the terrible tyrant. Once audiences get to know this trio of instantly lovable characters and what they’ve had to endure, fans of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 they’ll understand perfectly why Rocket doesn’t like to talk about his past.

4Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3: Lylla the otter

Lylla the otter

The most significant cellmate who Rockets meets when the High Evolutionary’s experiments make him a sentient being is Lylla (Linda Cardellini), the only companion of Rockets which comes from marvel comics. Lylla is a friendly river otter who now walks on its hind legs after being given mechanical arms by theHigh Evolutionary. When the little Rockets he is thrown into his cage, he is completely confused as to where he is and what is happening. Luckily, Lylla explains the situation and the lovable raccoon is quickly accepted into the group of animals.

The relationship between Rockets And Lylla in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 it’s not so much a romance as a friendship, in contrast to how the two characters interact in the comics. In the comics the otter is called Lady Lylla and the peerage is appropriate because the original version of the character is the heiress of a galactic toy company on the planet Halfworld. He is also the soul mate of Rockets. Unfortunately, their story in the movies does not have a happy ending: when Rocket learns that the High Evolutionary is about to incinerate all his friends, he creates a device and breaks Lylla out of her cell. The two embrace for the first time before theHigh Evolutionary shoot Lylla in the back.