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    Default CBR: CCI: The Sergio & Mark Show

    Longtime collaborators Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier brought their annual "Sergio and Mark Show" back once more to Comic-Con International, bringing with them a host of guests and news of "Groo Vs. Conan."


    Full article here.

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    Aragones is a treasure, but that hardly needs to be said.

    I liked the allegory in Hogs of Horder; frankly it would make great reading for fourth-grade social studies.

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    I think the Groo Panel is one of the few things I really miss about not being able to attend the SDCC.

    I have had the oppertunity to attend two Sergio Aragones / Stan Sakai panels at MCCC which were both extremely enjoyable events.

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    ARAGONES: "Discussing the possibility of a Groo/Usagi crossover, Aragonés said that it would probably never happen, explaining, "I don't like anachronisms." He noted that they are careful to avoid contemporary humor and dialog, keeping Groo in a distant past, and all the situations rooted in a naturalistic reality; "the problem with doing a crossover with Usagi is, he's a rabbit."

    Was this said jokingly? Because if not its THE stupidest reason I've ever heard for not doing this crossover.

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    I can see Groo trying to kill off Usagi within various moments. Still two great men on two different but equally fun independent comics.

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    Excellent article, Gentleman Jim. I'm sure you gave CBR far more than its money's worth and I hope that Jolly Jonah compensated you with lots of solo time aboard the official CBR Yacht -- moored just offshore of the convention site -- with an ample supply of his left-over hookers, hard drugs and explosives.

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