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Re: [Groop]Groo (really!)
Off the top of my head, Destroyer Duck #1 came out in February of 1982 and
Pacific Groo #1 came out in November, 1982. So 20 years is not that far
off. Of course, the first published drawing of Groo came out in May, 1977
on the cover of SCENE Magazine, the publication of the California School of
Journalism. -Gary G.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lawrence Steller" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 10:44 PM
Subject: [Groop]Groo (really!)
> --- Gabriel Owens <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Groo? What's a Groo?
> > (yes, folks, Gabe's not afraid to pull that joke
> > outta the closet and use it
> > again! Hey, ME's been using the same jokes for 30
> > years and he gets along
> > just fine.)
> > Gabe
> Ah Gabe, you've inspired me, but first I must
> apologize in advance to Gary (and of course to Mark
> and Sergio) for not being more savvy about the
> earliest dates in Groo history, but remember I'm more
> reader than collector. Anyway, here goes:
> Have we ever established an official Groo Anniversary
> date of any sort? I mean, at some point in the coming
> years we're gonna close in on a Groo 20th Anniversary
> of some sort (if we haven't already), and methinks we
> should start planning now.
> What exactly should we celebrate and WHEN? Do we have
> a date of Groo's first appearance as a Sergio doodle?
> Or would the publication date of the first printed
> Groo story be more appropriate? The first Pacific?
> Gary? Mark? Anyone?
> Larry Steller AKA The Sheik Of Entropy
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