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Dave Stevens' The Rocketeer Artists's Edition by Dave Stevens
Disney the Rocketeer Official Movie Souvenir Magazine by Starlog
The Rocketeer (A Big Color/Activity Book) by William O. Campbell
The Rocketeer 20th Anniversary Dallas Comic con Tribute Program 2002 by Dave StevensTribute edition
Rocketeer 3-D Comic by Neal Adams
The Rocketeer Activity Book by Walt Disney Pictures
The Rocketeer Jetpack Treasury Edition by Dave Stevens
Rocketeer Official Movie Souvenir Magazine 1991 by No Information
Rocketeer Pilot's Log
Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom by Mark Waid
Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #1 by Roger Langridge
The Rocketeer: Official Movie Souvenier Magazine by Gary Gerani
The Rocketeer: Sticker Fun by Walt Disney
Starslayer #2 by Mike GrellFirst appearance
Pacific Presents #1 by Dave Stevens1
Pacific Presents #2 by Dave Stevens2
The Rocketeer Special Edition by Dave Stevens3
The Rocketeer: All 5 Action Chapters! by Dave StevensCollection Vol.1
The Rocketeer Adventure Magazine #1 by Dave Stevens1
The Rocketeer Adventure Magazine #2 by Dave Stevens2
The Rocketeer: Cliff's New York Adventure by Dave StevensCollection Vol.2
The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures by Dave StevensOmnibus Vol. 1 and 2
The Rocketeer: The Complete Deluxe Edition by Dave StevensDeluxe omnibus Vol. 1 and 2
The Rocketeer [1991 film] by Joe Johnstonmovie
The Rocketeer by Danny BilsonScreenplay
The Rocketeer: The Official Movie Adaptation [Comic] by Peter DavidComics adaptation
The Rocketeer: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by James HornerOST
The Rocketeer: The Official Movie Adaptation [Novelization] by Peter DavidNovelization
Rocketeer by Ron Fontes (Walt Disney) by Ron FontesNovelization
Rocketeer Read-Along by Walt Disney ProductionsRead-Along
Rocketeer Adventures Volume 1 by Kurt BusiekVol.3 1
Rocketeer Adventures Volume 2 by Marc GuggenheimVol.3 2

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