Simon Passey wrote:
>Here are some answers.
(One answer would have been sufficient, but since no-one else was
answering I guess we can't complain...)
>>Q.19 What was Groo doing in Maringa, and in whatb way did he succeed
>>in his task?
>Groo 49 contains the answer. Groo was protecting the village from
>the Wolfmen, but as usual failing as he could not tell the villagers
>from the wolfmen. He made them wear red bandanas, blue shirts and a
>few others until he succeede in protecting the village. This was
>because there was nothing left to steal and so Groo left.
Mr. Simon Passey, take a bow. You've just won yourself a prize! (Send
your postal address to Eric to claim it...)
>>Q.21 What was the running joke with M. Wayne Williams?
>The price of an issue of Groo doubled so he could only afford to buy
>every other issue and wanted his letter published in an issue that he
>would read. This started in Groo 90 and ended in Groo 93. C. Houle
>continued the running joke in Groo 95 to Groo 97 by asking him not to
>ask for e repetitive letter because that meant there was less room in
>Groograms for his own letters, and he ended by threatening to send Groo
Well, yeah, this one's right too. But you only get one prize...
>>Q.22 What's Mark Evanier's reaction to the words 'Niagara Falls'?
>In Groo 109 M.E. starts this one , though he later admits he doesn't
>know why.It is something like this:
>Slowly, I turned step by step inch by inch I crept up upon him.
>The next bit involves strangulation, kicking and huitting him. He then
>says Oops Sorry and continues as if normal. The first time M.E. did the
>joke it involved a long story abiout someone taking away his wife and
>chile and M.E. chasing them around the world until he caught them at
Hmm, another one right. But you still only get one prize! If someone
can come up with the exact wording for the answer, then they can have a
prize, since Simon cheated by answering more than one question.
>>Q.23 When Groo met up with Princess Thaais (Thaiis) for the *second
>>time*, who is the *last* person in the list of people he thinks she is?
>The answer is obviously Groo. Issues 80 to 83 contain the story, though
>I think that it is actually the third time he meets her. The first is
>when he is sent on his mission to escort the young Princess through the
>forest. Then he loses her but later refinds her and drops her off with
>the enemy who imprison her. Finally when she is grown up he meets her
>and lists all the names. The story ends with Groo going off to look for
>the younger Princess that he lost all those years ago.
And once again...correct but you only get one prize.
>Q.24 Which Groo story was described by Mark Evanier as 'One of those
>where Groo does the wrong thing at the right time, the right thing at
>the wrong time...and then finally the wrong thing at the wrong time'?
>Not sure about this but I think it is issue 36 'Rhyme nor Reason' where
>Groo eventually wishes that the Amulet did not exist.
Hmm, I'm not sure either. Who asked the question? It was ... Robert
Ulrich. Robert? Is this correct?
>I'll leav the other questions to someone else as I don't know the
>answers yet !
That leaves Q26 and Q27 to go. Q26 was the one about the jigsaw puzzle
in issue #103, and Q27 was the one about how to play the game of "Groo".
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