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>> * The Great Groo Quiz *
>> Question #9: How much is Rufferto's collar worth?

Josh answered:
> 100,000Kopins, I believe!

John answered:
> 1000 kopins, but after a bit of dodgy dealings with Pal and Drumm
> Groo got 2000 Kopins in total. But to Groo the collar is worthless,
> he values Rufferto whether it be for friendship or food.

Okay, Josh is famous (he's correct) and John is infamous (he's in-
correct)!

In Issue #30, one of the soldiers said that Rufferto's collar was
worth 100,000 kopins!  The reward for returning Rufferto was 1000
kopins.

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Someone asked for the definitions of Golden Age, Silver Age, etc.
Here's the definitions given in the 1996 Overstreet Price Guide:

Pre-Golden Age: Comics published prior to Action #1 (June, 1938).
Golden Age: The period beginning with Action #1 (June, 1938) and
  ending with WWII in 1945.
Post-Golden Age: Comics published between 1945 and 1950.
Pre-Silver Age: Comics published between 1950 and Showcase #4
  (1956).
Silver Age: Officially begins with Showcase #4 in 1956 and ends
  in 1969.
Post-Silver Age: Comics published from 1969 to present.
Bronze Age: Comics published from 1970 through 1980.
Modern Age: The period from 1980 to the present.

Some of it overlaps and doesn't make sense.  Don't know who came
up with this.

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C ya l8r.

Eric