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Groo Animation Rights Acquired

Excited to share the announcement that the animated rights to Groo the Wanderer have been acquired. More to come soon but we can start dreaming of watching our favorite barbarian while eating cheese dip. Thank you to all the fans for their support!

GROO THE WANDERER ANIMATED FILM/TV RIGHTS ACQUIRED BY DID I ERR PRODUCTIONS

NEW RIGHTS OWNER JOSH JONES, A LIFELONG GROO FAN, SETS SIGHTS ON ELEVATING SERGIO ARAGONÉS BELOVED CHARACTER TO ANIMATED LIFE

LOS ANGELES, CA (November 18, 2021) – Entrepreneur Josh Jones has acquired the animated film and television rights to Groo the Wanderer, legendary cartoonist Sergio Aragonés’ beloved comics character, with the intent of producing the character’s first-ever animated entertainment via Jones’ Did I Err Productions company.

Groo the Wanderer, now in its landmark 40th year of publication, is the longest currently-running independent and “creator-owned” comic book property – outlasting many of the companies that published it. The brainchild of Aragonés, who creates the stories along with wordsmith Mark Evanier, the Eisner Award-winning Groo the Wanderer has been published by Dark Horse Comics since 1998.

Jones, and his Did I Err partner Scott Nocas, will serve as executive producers on the film and/or series with Aragonés and Evanier. Did I Err is focused on partnering with creative talent who understand Aragonés’ vision and characters. Projects are being packaged for streaming services and global distribution, with Did I Err able to co-finance as needed.

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