History ComicBook / GrooTheWanderer

29th Apr '16 8:43:20 PM PatPayne
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** Groo has a case of this as well, if the following quote from ''Groo vs Conan'' is any indication:
--> '''Groo''': Sometimes, when people hire me to slay, I slay the people they hired me to slay, and then I slay the people who hired me to slay the people I slayed for them!"


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** In ''Groo vs. Conan'', Conan's subjects, having no knowledge of Groo outside of his being characterized as a monster, make him into an EldrichAbomination.
27th Apr '16 8:22:11 PM MisterBeeg
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* DumbassHasAPoint: Groo was in the right when he pointed out that gurus can easily manipulate people into believing their words by saying things they want to here.
22nd Apr '16 2:15:26 PM JustTroper
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* ProverbialWisdom: the Sage is a perfect example: every single sentence he says in the entire run of the comic is immediately followed by a saying of some kind, most of them made up. Many are truly wise, while some are worthy of Groo himself...
20th Apr '16 4:31:12 AM JustTroper
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* BarefootSage: The Sage actually; granted, all of the setting's characters are barefoot.
31st Jan '16 9:35:38 AM MisterBeeg
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The end of the ''Groo: Friends and Foes'' mini-series, when Kayli finally got reunited with her father, [[spoiler: The Minstrel]].
31st Jan '16 9:35:02 AM MisterBeeg
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The end of the ''Groo: Friends and Foes'' mini-series, when Kayli finally got reunited with her father, [[spoiler: The Minstrel]].
24th Jan '16 2:40:16 PM Farnham
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** The Minstrel gets his in the final chapter of ''Friends & Foes'', where it's revealed [[spoiler: he was once an ordinary man with a wife and daughter who was forcefully recruited into the army. After he was kicked out for being a terrible soldier (though not as terrible as Groo) he rushed back home, only to find his home city destroyed by the war and his family missing. Since that day he's walked the earth, constantly performing while searching for his loved ones. He finally manages to be reunited with his daughter Kayli, but his wife is still missing.]]

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** The Minstrel gets his in the final chapter of ''Friends & Foes'', where it's revealed [[spoiler: he was once an ordinary man with a wife and daughter who was forcefully recruited into the army. After he was kicked out for being a terrible soldier (though not as terrible as Groo) he rushed back home, only to find his home city destroyed by the war and his family missing. Since that day he's walked the earth, constantly performing while searching for his loved ones. He finally manages to be reunited with his daughter Kayli, but his wife is still missing.Kayli.]]
19th Jan '16 6:39:21 AM Farnham
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** The Minstrel gets his in the final chapter of ''Friends & Foes'', where it's revealed [[spoiler: he was once an ordinary man with a wife and daughter who was forcefully recruited into the army. After he was kicked out of for being a terrible soldier (though not as terrible as Groo) he rushed back home, only to find his home city destroyed by the war and his family missing. Since that day he's walked the earth, constantly performing while searching for his loved ones. He finally manages to be reunited with his daughter Kayli, but his wife is still missing.]]

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** The Minstrel gets his in the final chapter of ''Friends & Foes'', where it's revealed [[spoiler: he was once an ordinary man with a wife and daughter who was forcefully recruited into the army. After he was kicked out of for being a terrible soldier (though not as terrible as Groo) he rushed back home, only to find his home city destroyed by the war and his family missing. Since that day he's walked the earth, constantly performing while searching for his loved ones. He finally manages to be reunited with his daughter Kayli, but his wife is still missing.]]
19th Jan '16 6:38:09 AM Farnham
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Chakaal comes up with one for the music-hating King Debar, who banned music in his kingdom under pain of imprisonment: [[spoiler: He is forced to listen to the same musicians he once imprisoned play music non-stop.]]


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** The Minstrel gets his in the final chapter of ''Friends & Foes'', where it's revealed [[spoiler: he was once an ordinary man with a wife and daughter who was forcefully recruited into the army. After he was kicked out of for being a terrible soldier (though not as terrible as Groo) he rushed back home, only to find his home city destroyed by the war and his family missing. Since that day he's walked the earth, constantly performing while searching for his loved ones. He finally manages to be reunited with his daughter Kayli, but his wife is still missing.]]
15th Jan '16 3:14:19 PM fusilcontrafusil
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''Groo the Wanderer'' is a ComicBook created and drawn by Creator/SergioAragones and written by him and Creator/MarkEvanier (with [[Comicbook/UsagiYojimbo Stan Sakai]] lettering). It started off as a parody of {{Barbarian Hero}}es, most notably [[ConanTheBarbarian Conan]], making fun of fantasy tropes along the way. As the series continued, however, the stories have shifted to general comedy, with occasional commentary on RealLife social events and situations. Over the last twenty-five years, more than 150 issues have been printed by five different publishers, most recently by Creator/DarkHorseComics.

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''Groo the Wanderer'' is a ComicBook created and drawn by Creator/SergioAragones and written by him and Creator/MarkEvanier (with [[Comicbook/UsagiYojimbo Stan Sakai]] Creator/StanSakai lettering). It started off as a parody of {{Barbarian Hero}}es, most notably [[ConanTheBarbarian Conan]], making fun of fantasy tropes along the way. As the series continued, however, the stories have shifted to general comedy, with occasional commentary on RealLife social events and situations. Over the last twenty-five years, more than 150 issues have been printed by five different publishers, most recently by Creator/DarkHorseComics.
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