Sergiography Updated.

*The Unofficial Sergiography*
	   (Note: There is a "The Groo The Wanderer Section" and a "MAD
Section" )

*Asterisk denotes some information missing. Please fill it in for me!

  Mother's Are Funnier Than Children (1964, Doubleday)  
	By Rollins.  Aragones provided some artwork for this book.
  Henry, The Smiling Dog (1966, GP Putnam and Sons)  
	By Blankfort.  Extensive artwork for this children's book.
  Ants in Your Pants by Aragones (1967, Alexicon) 
*  House of Mystery 185, 186, 194, 196, 199, 200, 229, 251 (1967?, 
    National Periodical Publications (DC Comics))
  Showcase #76 (Aug 1968, DC)
        First Bat Lash, plot
  Bat Lash 1, 3 - 7 (Nov 1968 - Nov 1969, DC)
        Plots.  Also character sketches in #7.
        (#2 is credited to Cardy)
*  In The Days of the Mob #1 (1971, publisher?)
        Two pages of gags, "Kill Joy Was Here"
  Spirit World #1 (1971, DC)
        One page of gags, "Weird Humor" 
  Plop #1-22, 24 (Sept/Oct 1973 - Nov/Dec 1976, DC)
	Anthology parody book (sort of like MAD)
  Amazing World of DC 6 (May 1975, DC)
        Illustration of Gaines/Orlando for article on Orlando 
*  Our Army At War 295 - 296 (Aug/Sep 1976, producer?)
        "War Games" one pagers
  Sgt. Rock 302 (Mar 1977, DC)
  Sgt. Rock 304 (May 1977, DC)
        "War Games" one pagers
  DC Superstars #13 (Apr. 1977, DC)
	Presents. . . "The Wild and Wacky World of Sergio Aragones" 
  Frank the Unicorn on the Farm (1982, Valentine Press)
	with forward by Aragones 
  Wild Animals #1 (Dec 1982, Pacific)
        "A 'Short' Story", two pages
  Comics and conversation : using humor to elicit conversation and 
    develop vocabulary (1985, Jag Publications)
  	By Joan Ashkenas with cartoons by Sergio Aragones. 
  Best of DC 60 (May 1985, DC)
        Various PLOP reprints (I'll list them for you later)
*  Deadman:Reprint Series #4 (Aug 1985, publisher?)
        Co-writer for six page Neal Adams reprint
  Aragones 3-D (1989, The 3-D Zone)
	Neato 3-D book
  The World's Best Dirty Limericks (1982, L. Stuart)
  	Drawings by Sergio.
  DNAgents #9 (Feb 1984, Eclipse)
        Illustration of DNAgents on letter page
  Usagi Yojimbo #11 (Sep 1988, Fantagraphics Books)
        Catnippon short story
  Detective Comics #600 (May 1989, DC)
        Batman pinup
  Hollywood Superstars #1 - 5 (Marvel/Epic, Nov 1989, Jan-Apr 1990 )
        Illustrations for Evanier's column.
  The Best Comics of the Decade vol. 2 (1990, Fantagraphics Books)
	"Fair Exchange" mime story
  Harvey Kurtzman's Strange Adventures Hardcover (1990, Epic Comics)
	Written and illustrated by Harvey Kurtzman with 8-page Sergio Aragones
	"Captain Bleed".
  Sgt. Rock (Reprint) #8 (1990, DC)
        Two "War Games" one pagers, including the one from OAW #296
  Critters #50 (Mar 1990, Fantagraphics Books Inc.)
        Catnippon backcover
  The Comic Book Greats "Sergio Aragones" (1991, Excelsior Productions
    Stabur Home Video)
  	Video of Sergio 'in the studio' hosted by Stan Lee.  Groo on box.
  Famous Comic Book Creators Cards #65/#36 (1991, Eclipse Enterprises)
	Groo on back. Promo(#65) and regular card(#36).  Sergio art on box.
  Smokehouse Five (1991, Platinum Editions)
	Wordless fire fighter gags in graphic novel form.
  Buzz & Bell Space Cadets #1 (1991, Platinum Editions)
        Wordless space gags in graphic novel form.
  Sandman Special #1 (1991, DC)
        Cain&Abel page
  Wonder Woman #50 (Jan 1991, DC)
        WW pinup
*  Crossfire 18, 19, 21 - 26 (dates?, Eclipse)
        Illustrations for Evanier's text page
  TMNT/Conservation Corps #1 (1992, Archie)
        Conservation Corps pinup
  Usagi Yojimbo 33 (April 1992, Fantagraphics Books)
        Plot for main story
  San Diego Comic Con 1993 Pin (1993, Comic Con International)
  Exiles 3, Firearm 2, Freex 4, Hardcase 5, Mantra 4, Night Man 1, Prime
5,Prototype 3,    
    Sludge 1, Solution 2, Strangers 5 (Oct 1993, Malibu)
	Each issue contains one page of a four-page "Mighty Magnor" story.
*  The Mighty Magnor 1-6 (Apr. 1993 - Jan? 1994, Malibu Comics)
	#1 came as either a pop-out cover or a regular cover.
*  Star Wars Galaxy Trading Card #? (1994, Topps)  
	Aragones provided artwork for one card with photo on back.
  Chipmunks & Squirrels #1 (Dec 1994, Original Syndicate Inc)
	By Michael Aushenker.  Forward and intro drawings by Sergio.
  255 CG181-0568 (1995, Gibson Greetings)  
	Aragones artwork on a get well greeting card. 
  WonderCon 9 Program (April 1995, Wondercon)
  Usagi Yojimbo  #16(v2) (Oct 1995, Mirage)
        Illustration in letter column
  Usagi Yojimbo Book Seven (1996, Fantagraphics Books)
 	Foreword by Sergio and a half-page illustration
  The Big Book of Hoaxes (1996, Factoid Books/Paradox Press)
	3 page story
  Sergio Destroys DC 1 (1996, DC)
  Sergio Massacres Marvel 1 (1996, Marvel)
  Jon Sable #33, (Feb 1996, First Comics)  
	Aragones drew almost the entire issue after lead in pages by Grell.
  San Diego Comic Con 1996 Volunteer T-Shirt (July 1996, Comic Con 
*  Frost tpb #1 (date?, publisher?)
        Illustration of Frost
*  "Laugh-in Revival" (date?, producer?)
	A TV show with Sergio
*  "Norman, Is That You?" (date?, producer?)
	A movie with an appearance by Sergio 
*  Sojourn magazine with T.C. Mars (year?,publisher?)
	issue #? content?
*  "Speak Up America" with Jayne Kennedy
	Was Sergio on this TV show?
*  "To Kill A Stranger" (date, producer?)
	A movie with (not starring) Sergio

	Sergio had some kind of involvement with the following comics: Angel
and the Ape, 
Binky and His Friends, Inferior Five, and Jerry Lewis.  But that's all I

				***Groo The Wanderer Section***

*  Groo Miniatures #1-5 (1982?, Dark Horse Miniatures)
	5 sets of lead miniature figures of Groo and Friends.  Impossible to
  Destroyer Duck 1 (1982, Eclipse)
        One page Groo backup story
  Starslayer #4 (Aug. 1982, Pacific Comics)
	Groo ad. on back cover 
  Captain Victory 6 (Sept 82, Pacific)
        Two Groo ads, probably same as the ones in Starslayer
  Starslayer #5 (Nov. 1982, Pacifc Comics)
	Groo backup story and subscription advertisement
  Groo #1 - 8 (Pacific, Dec 1982 - Apr 1984)
  Groo Special #1 (1984, Eclipse Enterprises)
	Originally scheduled to print under Pacific
  Comic Reader #210 (April 1983, Street Enterprises)
        Groo cover
  Marvel Age #24 (March 1984, Marvel)
	Groo cover & "A look at Aragones' Groo"  
  Epic Illustrated #27 (Dec. 1984, Marvel Comics Group)
	Groo preview article and "Kaleli" story 
  Amazing Heroes 61 (Dec 1984, Fantagraphics)
        Cover and article (with more art) on Groo
  Groo #1 - 120 (Mar 1985-Jan 1995, Epic/Marvel Comics Group)
*  Albedo 3 (april 1985, publisher?)
        Illustrated letter with Groo/Usagi
  Epic Illustrated #31 (Aug. 1985, Marvel Comics Group)
	Groo Ad.  
  Marvel Age #49 (Apr. 1986, Marvel)
	Groo cover & article 
*  Groo: Death of Groo (reprint) (1987, Epic Comics)
	Reprinted in '87, year of first print?
  Groo Poster (1988, Marvel Press)
  Groo: Life of Groo (1989, Epic Comics)
	Reprinted in 1995 by Graffiti Designs 
*  Groo Pins 1-6 (1989, Graffiti Designs)
	Groo, Rufferto, Sage, Minstrel, Taranto, and Chakaal.  Plus a special
Sergio giveaway 
	pin. 6 re-issued in 1996?
*  Groo T-Shirts 1-4 (1988? - 1994, Graphitti Designs)
	1988: reprint of Pacific #6 (double-sided); 1994: "I bought S.A. Groo
#1, Did I err?" 
  Groo Chronicles #1 - 6 (1989, Epic)
	Reprints of Pacific #1-8	
  The Comics Journal #128 (Apr. 1989, Fantagraphics Books Inc.)
	Excellent Sergio interview  with various Groo illustrations 
  Marvel Age #73 (Apr. 1989, Marvel)
	Groo cover & ad. on back cover & 3 page article.
  Hollywood Superstars #1, 2 (Nov 1989, Jan 1990, Marvel/Epic)
	Little Groos in the illustrations for Evanier's column
  Marvel Age #85 (1990, Marvel)
  Groo Trade Paper Backs #1-7 (1990-1993, Epic Comics)
	The Groo Adventurer, Bazaar, Carnival, Dynasty, Expose, Festival,
  	and Garden. Each reprinted 4 Epic issues starting at #1.  No
Houndbook was released.
  The Groo Chronicles Hard Cover (1990, Graphitti Designs)
  	The expensive, limited(1500), and signed by A&E edition. Reprints
  The Comic Book Greats "Sergio Aragones" (1991, Excelsior Productions
    Stabur Home Video)
  	Video of Sergio 'in the studio' hosted by Stan Lee.  Groo on box.
  Famous Comic Book Creators Cards #65/#36 (1991, Eclipse Enterprises)
	Groo on back. Promo(#65) and regular card(#36).  Sergio art on box.
  Marvel Age #96 (Jan. 1991, Marvel)
	Groo cover 
  Marvel Age #109 (Feb. 1992, Marvel)
	Groo cover
  Inside Image #22 (Dec 1994, Image)  
	Groo on cover and p. 1; article on pp. 2-3.
  Image Groo sticker (Dec 1994, Image)  
	Circular decal released at the same time as the above issue of Inside
  Groo #1 - 12 (Dec 1994 - Nov 1995, Image Comics)
  The Mighty Image [form. Inside Image] (1995, Image) 
	2 page full color Mighty Magnor piece. 
  Groo Cards 1-153 (1995, Image/WS)
	Also, background art for IG1-IG9, random artwork and autograph inserts.
  Groo Sculpture #1 (1996, Graffiti Designs)
	Limited Edition (700) cold-cast sculpture of Groo and Rufferto in
"Cheese Dip?"
  Cerebus 155 (Feb 1992, Aardvark-Vanaheim)
        An Aragones/Sim auction drawing of Groo/Cerebus

					***MAD Section***

  Mad #76 (Jan. 1963, E.C. Publications Inc.)
	First Sergio appearance in MAD, "A Mad Look At The US Space
  Mad #76 - present (Jan. 1963-??, E.C. Publications Inc.)
	Missed #111 due to illness.  Various stories and marginals.
  Mad Calendars (197? - 198?,1993; E.C. Publications Inc)
	Sold in stores, not released as inserts.
  The Mad Magazine Game (1979, Parker Brothers)        
	Later released as The What Me Worry Game.
  Mad's Sergio Aragones on parade (1982, Warner Books)
	Reprinted from 1978 edition by E.C. Publications.
  Mad Sticker Album (1983, Fleer)
	Some Aragones marginals.
*  Viva Mad (year?, E.C. Publications?)
  Sergio Aragones on Parade (Apr 1979, E.C. Publications Inc.)
	160 page collection of work from MAD, with some new work
  Mad Trading Cards sets #1-3 (1992-1993, Lime Rock)
	Various cards with Aragones art, including cover of MAD #293
  MAD/Alfred E. Neuman gift bag (1995, Gibson Greetings)
	Aragones marginals.  
  Mad Checkbook Cover (1996, Liberty Check Printers)
  	Aragones marginal.
  Big Bad Mad Super Special #116 (Oct 1996, E.C. Publications)
	Marginalia...random and "Stipud" on pp55-56.

*Compiled by Ruben Arellano (rubena@unixg.ubc.ca) 
*Last updated January 12, 1996

	There is some overlap between the Groo and the 'regular' sections.  For
example, Groo 
often appears as a toy hanging from Sergio Aragones' desk in
self-caricatures.  I clasify such 
an appearance as a 'regular' item & a Groo item.  Though, items in which
Groo is the subject, 
are not on the 'regular' list.  (I figured Groo fans are pretty
fanatical about collecting, 
especially in times of Grout [Groo-drought])

	Please send me any additions, corrections, criticisms, etc. But please
include: Issue #, 
Publisher, Publication Date, and what Aragones content there is (story
titles please). Thanks.