Description: In the first installment in the newest Groo miniseries (which is continued from the last Groo miniseries), the stupidest hero in the comic book shop finds himself in a new village . . . a village where you pray to the proper god or you pray for your life. And even the other gods know that they are all players.
Description: Groo and his loyal mutt Rufferto sail to a new land where the streets are laid with gold. It could be a fine place to live but for those who want both the souls and the gold of those who live there. One is a longtime friend of Groo – when he isn’t trying to kill him . . . the one known as Taranto! And high above, looking down on it all, are the gods themselves.
Description: Okay, so here we are in a new land full of gold. We have pirates who want to seize all that gold, and we have clergymen who want to convert all of the locals to belief in their ‹ ‹ one true God › › (even if they have to resort to torture), and we have the many true gods of this world looking down on it all . . . but most of all, we have Groo, the man with the capacity to make any bad situation worse. Watch as he makes this bad situation worse.
Groo finds himself the unwitting pawn in a game that involves a newly-found land filled with gold. There are those who think, ‹ ‹ How do we convert their gold to our gold? › › and also ‹ ‹ How do we convert their gods to our gods? › › How does Groo figure into all of this and, more importantly, how does he create doom and destruction for all? It’s brought to you (as usual) by the award-winning team of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier, with the help of Stan Sakai and Tom Luth.
Eisner and Harvey Award-winning creators, and an Eisner Award-winning title!
Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier
John Ercek, Tom Luth
October 11, 2017
FC, 32 pages; Miniseries