27 Facts About Groot


Groot is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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An extraterrestrial, sentient tree-like creature, the original Groot first appeared as an invader that intended to capture humans for experimentation.

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Groot went on to star in its spin-off series, Guardians of the Galaxy, joining the team of the same name.

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Groot has been featured in a variety of associated Marvel merchandise, including animated television series, toys and trading cards.

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Groot is one of the stars of Guardians of the Galaxy vol.

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In March 2015, it was announced that Groot would be getting his very first solo series by writer Jeff Loveness and artist Brian Kesinger.

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Groot that debuted in Tales to Astonish and the one that was introduced in Annihilation: Conquest were retroactively established as being separate members of the same species in the sixth and final issue of the Groot ongoing series that launched in June 2015.

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Groot is a Flora colossus from Planet X, the capital of the branch worlds.

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Flora colossus sapling that would come to be known as "Groot" came from an "Ennobled Sap-line" and was gifted with a tremendous grasp of quasi-dimensional super-positional engineering.

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Groot did not get along with fellow saplings but instead preferred the company of the "Maintenance Mammals", against which the other saplings discriminated.

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However, for his disobedience, Groot was exiled from Planet X and forced to wander the universe until he met Rocket Raccoon many decades later, where this version of Groot later became a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy.

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Groot is an extraterrestrial tree monster who initially came to Earth seeking humans to capture and study.

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Groot was seemingly destroyed by termites used by Leslie Evans.

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Xemnu made a duplicate of Groot by making a human and tree hybrid that was used to fight the Hulk, but it was destroyed in the battle.

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Groot was later revealed to have survived, but was a captive of the Collector and held in his zoo in Canada until Groot and the other captive creatures were freed by the Mole Man.

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Groot aided the Howling Commandos as they assaulted Merlin's forces.

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Groot decided to sprout inside the Spire, growing to colossal size and filling a large portion of the building.

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Groot then joined the new Guardians of the Galaxy, and began regrowing under the care of Mantis.

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Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, and Groot try to enlist representatives of the Skrulls, Kree, Brood, Shi'ar and Spartax empires that are on the Galactic Council in helping against the Chitauri hordes and to break down the Planetary Defense Shield and get rid of Hydra.

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Rocket Raccoon and Groot are on their way to the Stohlad Ring when they are ambushed by Gardener where he shattered Groot because the Guardians of the Galaxy "corrupted" him and diverted him from his true purpose.

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Groot got close to Gardener and used his healing powers to purge the poison that Loki put in him from his body.

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Gardener repaid Groot by using his abilities to restore Groot back to his previous size.

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Groot can absorb wood as food, and has the ability to regenerate.

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Groot is able to sprout dramatically increasing mass which then severely inhibits movement.

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Groot has been seemingly killed on multiple occasions, each time regrowing from a sprig.

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People who have interacted with Groot are gradually able to decipher the meaning of the inflections and can carry on full conversations with Groot as time goes on.

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The mature form of Groot's species is robust and heavyweight, which causes the organs of acoustic generation to become stiff and inflexible.

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