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Jun 07, 2016
| ISBN 9781616559069
Jun 07, 2016
| ISBN 9781630083892
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Jun 07, 2016 | ISBN 9781616559069
Jun 07, 2016 | ISBN 9781630083892
As the mutton-skulled swordsman Groo roams about, running into friends (who want to kill him a little) and foes (who want to kill him a lot), he crosses paths with the sneaky Pal and Drumm, with the sneakier Taranto, with the melodic Minstrel, and finally with the lovely Kayli, who just wants him to help her locate and reunite with her long-lost father. Can Groo do even that one little thing right? You’ll find out in the conclusion of our epic tale by the award-winning duo of Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier, abetted by the lettering skills of Stan Sakai and the coloring wizardry of Tom Luth and friends.
The mutton-skulled swordsman Groo runs into friends (who want to kill him a little) and foes (who want to kill him a lot). He’ll meet up with the sneaky Pal and Drumm, the sneakier Taranto, and the melodic Minstrel . . . but can he help Kayli reunite with her long-lost father? Collects issues #9–#12 of the year long series from Sergio Aragonés, Mark Evanier, and Tom Luth.* Lettering by Eisner winner Stan Sakai!
Sergio Aragonés is the most honored cartoonist alive, having won every major award in the field, including the National Cartoonists… More about Sergio Aragones
Mark Evanier is a writer for comic books and television, known primarily for his work on Groo the Wanderer. Evanier… More about Mark Evanier
Mark Evanier is a writer for comic books and television, known primarily for his work on Groo the Wanderer. Evanier also worked on the animated television show Garfield and Friends.
Praise for the comics that comprise Groo: Friends and Foes:“Charming, lucid and fun, Groo: Friends and Foes also swims in gorgeous colors from Tom Luth and includes lettering from the legendary Stan Sakai.” -Paste Magazine“Groo: Friends and Foes #1 in no way pretends to be something it’s not and I am thankful for it. It is a beautifully-cartooned, smartly-written, lighthearted and enjoyable adventure book that also happens to be very, very hilarious.” -Rhymes with Geek
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