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Re: GROO: A Truly Deep Guy



so what's your poinr? Manayard G. Krebs said, "Work!?!?"


Ken Simon
p003115b@pbfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us


On Wed, 29 May 1996, Randall Allsup wrote:

> Howdy yall,
> I definitely agree that Groo The Wanderer is one of the deepest and most
> profound of all the comics that I have ever seen.  Who was it that said,
> "Many a truth is said in jest."?  Compared to X-men or Spawn, Groo
> plumbs the depths of human understanding.  I have never seen another
> comic with a moral at the end of the story.  Just the wisdom of Sage by
> itself sets Groo the Wanderer in the company of Confucius or Plato.
> In the immortal words of Dobie Gillis, "Good Stuff, Maynard ! ! !"
> ...............ra
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> plow, n. An instrument that cries out for hands accustomed to the pen.
>                                         -Ambrose Bierce
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