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Re: [Groop] Groo miniseries formats...
On Thu, 11 May 2000 10:59:27 +0200, Joseph Fricano
>How ´bout it Mark? Have you and the big S ever discussed this? Are we
>treading the fine line of giving you guys "ideas" (even if they´re not
>for stories) that you´ll never use here? Should we just shut up about
>such things or what?
ME: No, don't shut up. We don't want story ideas but you're not
talking about story ideas.
I don't disagree with your feelings. As a reader, I never cared much
for continued stories. Oddly enough, I just received the GROO &
RUFFERTO paperback today and I really like the material in "complete"
format a lot more. We're talking about doing another graphic novel
and we're also talking about doing the next mini-series in a slightly
different way...four stories that would be connected but would also be
As I've mentioned here before, the comic book industry is in a lot of
trouble; many well-known titles are operating at a loss. GROO, in its
present format, is managing a small, reliable profit and this may not
be the time to tamper too much with it. But we probably will.
Mark Evanier - PMB 303 - 363 S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036
Groop maillist - Groop@groo.com