Sergio Aragones the Groo Library

By Sergio Aragones; Mark Evanier; Sergio Aragones (Illustrator)
(Dark Horse Comics, Paperback, 9781569715710, 96pp.)

Publication Date: September 2001

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Description
What's a guy who barely knows how to read doing with his own library? Even he couldn't resist the four classic (i.e., reprint) Groo tales collected in this handsome volume, including the acclaimed tale of "Rufferto Reverie" -- the grand fantasy of Groo's constant canine. As usual, the Eisner-winning duo of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier make a buck (but not much more) recycling old stories for your pleasure.



About the Author
Mark Dunn is a lifelong word lover and the author of "Ella Minnow Pea" (nominee for Book Sense Adult Fiction Book of the Year, and winner of the Borders Original Voices Awards for fiction), "Welcome to Higby" (short listed by "Publishers Weekly" as one of the best novels of the year), and "Ibid: A Life," He makes his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Sergio Aragones is a legendary contributor to "Mad" Magazine, where his work has appeared in every issue since 1963. His cartooning talents can also be seen in his bestselling comics, including "Groo the Wanderer," "Louder than Words," and "Boogeyman." He lives and works in Ojai, California.


Mark Evanier is best known in comics for co-creating the DNAgents and Crossfire; best known in television for writing and producing Garfield cartoons, and best known on the web for his blog at News From Me, which you should go read. Dan Spiegle has a run of more than sixty years as a professional cartoonist, beginning with the Hopalong Cassidy comic strip in 1949. He has drawn everything from Korak, Son of Tarzan to Mickey Mouse and The Simpsons. The two creators have collaborated on long runs on the superhero comic Crossfire and the war comic Blackhawk.

Mark Dunn is a lifelong word lover and the author of "Ella Minnow Pea" (nominee for Book Sense Adult Fiction Book of the Year, and winner of the Borders Original Voices Awards for fiction), "Welcome to Higby" (short listed by "Publishers Weekly" as one of the best novels of the year), and "Ibid: A Life," He makes his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Sergio Aragones is a legendary contributor to "Mad" Magazine, where his work has appeared in every issue since 1963. His cartooning talents can also be seen in his bestselling comics, including "Groo the Wanderer," "Louder than Words," and "Boogeyman." He lives and works in Ojai, California.
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