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FW: Groo List on the Web (soon)
Just for the books, I have been considering scanning in my Marvel #1 and
maybe my Pacific #3 as they are the oldest Groos I have, I wouldn't sell
them though!!! it would be so I could look at them without putting my
greasy fingers all over them yet again.
I just read the Groop Round Robin Story #1 last night, quite enjoyed it,
good work to all those invovled.
I actually have an original Groo story that myself and a friend wrote about
5 or 6 years ago, it's not that great, doesn't have too many characters or
any mulch, but it does have cheese dip, frays and Groo doing what Groo does
best (Which doesn't include polite entrances...)
I will post it if you people want me to, but I would like the chance to
edit it abit first, there were a couple of bits that lost the plot a bit
and need a little teawking. Let me know.
From: Joe Fricano [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 1999 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: Groo List on the Web (soon)
The Grossmanns wrote:
some guy was saying how much he loved the new Groo because he had scanned a
whole comic for himself and then sold the hard copy.
This really has to be a RARE case. Someone actually dumb enough to sit for
whole darn hour or so to scan a comic? I don?t think Sergio has to worry
the net that much, but of course he would be concerned since it does not
to be one of his areas of expertise. (M.E. handles all the computer stuff
right? Besides the coloring of course...) I like my PC but it will NEVER
replace sitting in bed with a real paper Groo before going to sleep......
ps- scanning something printed will usally not turn out all that well since
most scanners can?t sort out the little "dots" of color that make up an
resulting in a "moure " (mo-ah-ray: is this correct French speaking
pattern visible on top of the print. It looks sorta like those LSD inspired
wallpapers they used to use in the 60s and 70s.....