[Groop] Groo Hardcover Question

Eric Chun ericchun at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 10 20:44:26 PDT 2005

you can always get hard cover editions of groo by taking your comic books
or soft cover trade paperbacks to a book binder.  they can convert them
to hard cover.  however, this would make your comic books/tpb's worthless
or worth less to other collectors.

there are people who bind their comic books.  some of them are on sale
on heritagecomics.com right now.  search for "bound" in the current
auction.  libraries also bind a lot of their books/magazines.

some book binders also the raw materials to bind books yourself.  one of
them sometimes has a booth at the sdcc.

----Original Message Follows----
From: "GARY GROSSMANN" <grossfamm at comcast.net>
To: <sac at foolarchy.com>, <groop at groo.com>
Subject: Re: [Groop] Groo Hardcover Question
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 20:02:30 -0700

Shane!!   You're still here!!  Yea!

Hey!  a 4400 page hardcover edition of Groo!  What a concept!  I'm drooling
already.  Sign me up for a copy.  (And the companion 280 page edition of
Groo Grams)

Unfortunately, considering that Sergio & ME can't even get Dark Horse to
print the trade paperbacks in regular size, I don't see it happenning.

(For those not aware, DH wants to shrink the trade paperbacks.  Something
about that's what the market is doing or it costs less or something like
that.  Sergio says no way, he'll self publish first.  Result:  No trade
paperbacks since the Groo Odyssey in April, 2003.)

Take care -Gary G.

PS  Shane!  Hope to see you at San Diego!

----- Original Message -----
From: <sac at foolarchy.com>
To: <groop at groo.com>
Sent: Friday, June 10, 2005 1:51 PM
Subject: [Groop] Groo Hardcover Question

 > Heya Mark.
 > Has there ever been any consideration to release any more Groo hard cover
 > type books. Something specifically like an Art of Groo Hardcover
 > (something similar to what Stan just released under Dark Horse for 
 > And my ultimate dream, a hard cover collection of all the Groo. Obviously
 > I really like hard cover books on my shelf! :)
 > I'm going to guess that such an endeavor wouldn't really be a financially
 > smart choice, in regards to a Groo hard cover series collecting all the
 > Groo works.
 > ~shane
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