Although personally hygienic, Rocko has an almost pathological tendency to neglect
Rocko Wallaby
his living space; several episodes, such as Sucker for the Suck-O-Matic & Unbalanced Load, involve Rocko attempting to rectify severe messes or lapses in maintenance. Rocko enjoys collecting comic books and likes rainbows. Nickelodeon South East Asia's website describes Rocko as "generally very polite and sometimes shy" and that provocation can lead Rocko to become "determined and forceful." Jean Prescott of The Sun Herald described Rocko as a "pudgy little wallaby star" who tries to "do what's right" and is devoted to his friends Heffer and Filburt as well as his dog Spunky. Prescott has called the character "lovable."

Common Sense Media reviewer Andrea Graham, whose review is posted on, describes Rocko as "paranoid and obsessed with cleanliness" and that he initially perceives his neighbors to be "loud and messy." Graham describes Rocko as accepting of his neighbors' faults and seeing the positive qualities within them; unfortunately, that has also led him to becoming a bit of a doormat in the eyes of others (no matter how many times a person wrongs him, he always accepts them back, despite knowing they will wrong him again in the future). In an early character profile presented to the networks Murray described Rocko as "a young anthropomorphic Woody Allen, who has just moved away from his home into a surrealistic adult world." Rocko has anger management issues.

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Mega Mermon

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The Crest of Hope

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The Digi-Egg of Hope

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TK (Ishida) Takaishi