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>> * The Great Groo Quiz *
>> Question #9: How much is Rufferto's collar worth?

Josh answered:
> 100,000Kopins, I believe!

John answered:
> 1000 kopins, but after a bit of dodgy dealings with Pal and Drumm
> Groo got 2000 Kopins in total. But to Groo the collar is worthless,
> he values Rufferto whether it be for friendship or food.

Okay, Josh is famous (he's correct) and John is infamous (he's in-

In Issue #30, one of the soldiers said that Rufferto's collar was
worth 100,000 kopins!  The reward for returning Rufferto was 1000


Someone asked for the definitions of Golden Age, Silver Age, etc.
Here's the definitions given in the 1996 Overstreet Price Guide:

Pre-Golden Age: Comics published prior to Action #1 (June, 1938).
Golden Age: The period beginning with Action #1 (June, 1938) and
  ending with WWII in 1945.
Post-Golden Age: Comics published between 1945 and 1950.
Pre-Silver Age: Comics published between 1950 and Showcase #4
Silver Age: Officially begins with Showcase #4 in 1956 and ends
  in 1969.
Post-Silver Age: Comics published from 1969 to present.
Bronze Age: Comics published from 1970 through 1980.
Modern Age: The period from 1980 to the present.

Some of it overlaps and doesn't make sense.  Don't know who came
up with this.


C ya l8r.