"Rhyme nor Reason"
Epic #36, February 1988 ($1.00)
"The answer to this mystery-
Is really quite unruly-
What happened to the lot of us-
(Including, natch, Yours Truly)-
Is Groo has got an amulet-
Which takes us lowly peasants-
And transports us from where we were-
Into his lowly presence-
The amulet is powerful-
It does his ev'ry bidding-
It grants whatever wish he makes-
And trust me, I'm not kidding-
He just wished for his fondest dream-
And made a little slip-
The mindless one has summoned up-
A moutain of cheese dip."
"Just who can handle power is not easy to assess-
And power like that amulet, nobody should possess.
For when they get some magic, no one knows how to behave-
They speak of gold and riches and the power to enslave.
For me, I am contented with the gift I got from Groo-
For all I want is freedom and a song to sing to you."
Story Summary: [Still to come]
Mark Evanier: Logastellus
Hidden Message: Click here to spoil the fun.
Reprinted in: The Groo Inferno (Dark Horse Comics)
Known Characters Appearing: Arba & Dakarba, Arcadio, Pal & Drumm, Grativo, Groo, Grooella,
The Minstrel, Rufferto, The Sage, Taranto.
Quotes from The Sage:
"To fight with the feeble-minded is to fight at their level!"
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