Win a Copy of Rocko’s Modern Life

Robert Greenberger

Robert Greenberger is best known to comics fans as the editor of Who's Who In The DC Universe, Suicide Squad, and Doom Patrol. He's written and edited several Star Trek novels and is the author of The Essential Batman Encyclopedia. He's known for his work as an editor for Comics Scene, Starlog, and Weekly World News, as well as holding executive positions at both Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

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7 Responses

  1. Kyle G. says:

    Favorite memory was when Rocko mentions never knowing that Heffer had been adopted in front of Heffer’s family. The quick following silence just before Heffer asked if that was true when reality was frozen in awkwardness.

  2. Cory L. says:

    My favorite memory: Rocko standing in front of a shop window containing a painting of “a sad crying clown in an iron lung.” To this day it still sounds like a great idea for a painting… and I really, really want one.

  3. My favorite memory is when Rocko is sick, goes to the doctor and gets a prescription that turns out to be massive tablets the size of his head. He can’t figure out how he’s supposed to take them, so he breaks one into multiple fragments and washes them down with glasses of water individually. However, he feels rather poorly after doing this, calls the doctor and discovers they are suppositories.

  4. Brad A. says:

    My favorite moment is in the episode where Rocko is fired from the first comic store and is trying out other jobs. He tries his hand as an “adult phone operator” and his first client is Mrs. Bighead. “Oh baby, oh baby, oh baby. I am your love stallion.” “Rocko?” “Mrs. Bighead?!” *click!* All these years later, thinking about it and remembering the looks on their faces still makes me laugh.

  5. Geez, where to start?

    The B-52’s theme song. ReallyReallyBig Man and his Nipples of the Future. The Little Poots. Meet the Fatheads. This show was WOEfully underappreciated.

    The fun part is watching The Kid find these shows on YouTube and laughing her ass off. Does my heart good.

    Equally criminal is the fact that it took over a decade and a half for Joe to get another show. Camp Lazlo for Cartoon Network got a great number of the band back together, including Mr Lawrence, voice of Plankton from Spongebob. It too deserves your attention.

    “This is a HOOT!”

  6. mike weber says:

    Speaking of contests to win videos – where’s my Superman?

  7. Dean J says:

    The episode where ed bighead keeps getting promoted and keeps getting more paperwork.