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Re: [Groop]Re: Groo in other languages
First off, sorry for the lame way the info came through the e-mail. I just
don't seem to get how narrow most e-mail receiving pages are.
Secondly, to save Mark a few seconds, I can tell you that none of the
International publications on my list were pirated, even the traced Turkish
Groos. However, Sergio told me he never got paid for the one French book.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lawrence Steller" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 5:08 PM
Subject: Re: [Groop]Re: Groo in other languages
> --- Gary Grossmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The complete list of known international Groos is
> > below, modified for the e-mail from the Groo List.
> At one point during the San Diego ComicCon Gary &
> Sergio were chatting and Sergio commented that he had
> never been paid for the Malaysian Groos. (I know, this
> sounds like the continuation of an old running joke,
> but he was serious).
> How many of the items on Gary's list were authorized
> translations, and how many were knockoffs? Were the
> Malaysian Groos originally authorized, and the
> publishers welched on the payments, or were they
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