Marvels Guardians of the galaxy dancing groot

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: XPV Rock N’ Roll Groot Review

Name me one person who does not like the marvel genre, no one right?

Say hi to Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Rock N’ Roll Groot.

What is Rock N’ Roll Groot?

Guardians of the Galaxy 1, you will remember the character the vocabulary challenged Groot,

well do you even need to speak at all when you are a tree?

The movie ended with Groot looking much different and younger than he …or maybe it started the

new movie, we all want a bit of that yeah.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2.

In this movie, Groot was reintroduced and he picks up where the character ended the first movie.

The Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2 – XPV Rock N’ Roll Groot comes from Jakks Pacific –

this is a toy version of Baby Groot as you see him in the second Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy

movie.

Groot can really shake that bark real groovy – so naturally, this toy will dance as soon as you

play music.

Included with the toy, you’ll have a remote control, so you will be able to make Groot move

without music if you like. The remote control looks a lot like a 1980’s era mix-tape.

It has two buttons that make Groot spin in different directions –

he can spin either counterclockwise or clockwise.

Groot plays the song, Flashlight, while he’s being controlled via the remote.

The faster he spins, the more of a dance mood he will get into, until he and his bowl are

spinning just like a top.

Is This a Fun Toy?

The Baby Groot character in the second movie is very cute.

This R/C version is also very cute as it resembles him. We personally think you’re going to

laugh as you watch his character spin around go on do the simulation after a few glasses of vino.

No not the kids!

Who is the Toy For?

It is created for ages four and up, but you know you will try it and maybe put it on your desk

at work, Due to the simple controls, it’s great for adults!

Additional Information

When Groot spins, his bowl lights up, which will have tight fisted dads worrying about those

battery costs which need 6 AA batteries in order to run.

Four of those batteries are for Groot and his bowl unit –

Conclusion

It’s really groot!