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Re: how did you find groo?



It's not posted anywhere yet.  But one of my goals before the start of the
21st century (that gives me 10 months) is to set up my own web site and put
the Groo List on it and also scans of some of my more rare and interesting
Groo sightings.  Of course, one of my other goals is to clean my garage.
We'll see if either one gets done!  -Gary G.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Benny Ng" <"Benny_Ng"@splwg.com>
To: <groop@groo.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2000 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: how did you find groo?


>
>
>
> Hi Gary,
>
> Is The Official Unofficial Groo List posted anywhere on the net ? If it
is, then
> you can just keep updating a central copy instead of sending it again
every time
> there's a change or a newbie requests it.
>
> bennido aka kool kat
>
>
>
> I maintain The Official Unofficial Groo List, which attemps to be a
complete
> list of everywhere an original drawing of Groo (by Sergio) has appeared
and
> anything that could be remotely considered a Groo item.  It includes a
list of
> all Publications with original Groo stories, reprints of those stories,
> International reprints, Groo merchandise and misc. items, appearances in
MAD
> magazine, and original appearances in other publications and places.  Some
of
> these latter are very teeny tiny drawings.  I also try to find all of
these
> things for my Groo collection.  It doesn't include original art or other
> one-of-a-kind items and it doesn't include reprints or preprints of panels
used
> in ads.
>
> Ruben, the very first person to subscribe to this list after Josh Jones
created
> it, has tried to compile a complete list of everything that Sergio has
ever
> done, while collecting it here and there as he can.  He calls it the
> Sergiography.   It's an open question as to which of us is more deranged.
>
> No one has attempted to compile a list of everything that Mark has done
and
> frankly, I think this would be harder to do because so much of what Mark
does is
> essentially intangible. -Gary G.
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