I have a vivid memory of the first time I laid eyes on this cover. I was in the magazine section of Safeway. I felt my jaw hit my chest. I knew that Groo had planned to eventually eat Rufferto but I never really thought he would go through with it. Of course, he hadn’t done that awful deed. He just thought he had which led Groo to realize how much he loved his loyal dog and friend Rufferto. Eventually they were reunited in a really touching way while never sacrificing the goofy foolishness that these comics were known for.  In all actuality, this was and remains my favorite Groo story ever. But at that moment this cover fooled me.

I have a vivid memory of the first time I laid eyes on this cover. I was in the magazine section of Safeway. I felt my jaw hit my chest. I knew that Groo had planned to eventually eat Rufferto but I never really thought he would go through with it. Of course, he hadn’t done that awful deed. He just thought he had which led Groo to realize how much he loved his loyal dog and friend Rufferto. Eventually they were reunited in a really touching way while never sacrificing the goofy foolishness that these comics were known for. In all actuality, this was and remains my favorite Groo story ever. But at that moment this cover fooled me.

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