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Re: Groo in 1986 San Diego Comic Con
Coming out of my temporary shell for a quick visit:
No word from Sergio about GrooFest Timing.
Yes, Mike, I recently discovered the Groo sighting in the 1986 San Diego
program. Unfortunately, I don't have it yet. My guess is Sergio
contributed something to just about every SDCC program and Groo is in most
of them after 1982. I'll get them all eventually.
Oh, and Robert, the Groo in the latest MAD makes 67 he has appeared in.
Fan Pic Voting will be tough. You are all too talented.
Between extra pressure at work and shed building (It's a big shed! And I'm
trying to beat the monsoons) and other things I have had little time for
Grooing. (gasp!) The last time I spent more than 5 minutes was when I went
to see Mark & Ruben. If this keeps up I might go stark raving
(not to worry-people who have known me a long time say that's just not
Take care all -Gary G.
From: Slaubaugh,Mike <Slaubau@ipfw.edu>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, October 04, 1999 6:48 PM
Subject: Groo in 1986 San Diego Comic Con
> There is a great 1/2 page illustration on page 24 of the 1986 San
> Diego Comic-Con program. I didn't see this in Gary's Groo List, but
> the list I have is dated January 1999, so it might have been added
> since. The illustration features Groo (twice), Sage, Chakaal,
> Minstrel, DNAgents, MAD, Alfred E. Neuman, Sergio, etc.
> On page 19 of the same program is a large black and white photo of
> Evanier with a biographical sketch. Interestingly, although Groo had
> already been around for several years, there is no mention of Groo in
> the biographical sketch...and the sketch was written by Mark himself!
> Also, for Ruben's Sergiography, Sergio also contributed to the
> following additional programs (these may or may not already be in the
> 1976 San Diego Comic-Con program: Sergio drew the black, white,
> and red cover illustration. In addition, a black and white photo
> of Sergio drawing a sketch appears on page 4 (a youthful photo of
> Mark Evanier appears on page 5).
> 1977 San Diego Comic-Con program: an 17 panel black and white
> cartoon by Aragones appears on page 48.
> I'm sure Aragones has contributed to many more San Diego Comic-Con
> programs. If anyone knows of any, sent them to Ruben for the
> Mike S.