[Groop]X-mas gift idea for creative Groopers (Groopies?)
Mon, 9 Dec 2002 22:41:49 -0800
Just to set the record straight, the only things the Groop made with Groo on
them were the mouse pads made by Ruben & Nate after getting permission from
Mark & Sergio. And it was very clear that that was just a one time thing
for intra-Groop sale & distribution. The t-shirts are just orange shirts
that say "Did I Err?" or have our e-mail address on them or both, nothing
My understanding, which Mark can correct if wrong, is that a person can do
anything they want with some Groo comic or item they have purchased PROVIDED
they don't sell it. I could paper my walls with Groo comic pages or....
Hey!! That's a great idea! Why didn't I think of that before!! Gosh, I
could do the living room with Pacific issues! And I think my mother-in-law
would love to have her room done with one of the mini-series!
But I digress.
Everything is a little trickier on the Internet, but the same principles
apply. All the fun you want, but no money. To or from anyone. Hmm. I
wonder how many of the Epic issues it would take to do the family room.
Maybe I should do the ceiling too....
----- Original Message -----
From: "promethea" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 3:34 AM
Subject: Re: [Groop]X-mas gift idea for creative Groopers (Groopies?)
> Too bad there isn't a U.S. counterpart to this site... I note it says not
> submit copyrighted materials, and Groo is certainly copyrighted..
> This makes a good question for Mr. Evanier [and SA by extension] I know
> was mentioned that we were allowed to make [a shirt], I think, or two
> Groo, as long as it wasn't some kind of for-profit deal.
> Can we make a Groo-opoly board?
> the multitude of warring kingdoms and various cities, etc would make for
> good properties... as would the running gags. Think "Free Cheese Dip" for
> free parking, etc.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Martin Kranwetvogel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, December 06, 2002 7:34 AM
> Subject: [Groop]X-mas gift idea for creative Groopers (Groopies?)
> > Hi,
> > I found a funny (and very creative) Groo christmas gift idea: There's a
> > website called www.mymonopoly.com where you can create your personal
> > Monopoly Game, with the street names you like. Get this: We could think
> > out a Groo Monopoly, with the craziest kingdom names as streets,
> > as stations and Groo lead miniatures to play with.
> > Any ideas for good street names?
> > Greetings from Germany,
> > Martin.
> > (lurker)
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