"The Missive"

Pacific #2, February 1983 ($1.00)
"Folks call him the wanderer
And here's the reason why...
Most anytime he comes to town,
He soon must say good-bye.
He isn't anti-social
And he doesn't have a curse.
It's just that when he tries to help,
He only makes things worse!"

"A man never knows how many friends he has until
they all decide to do him in at once."

Story Summary: [Still to come]

Mark Evanier: Interlocutor, (Verbiage)

Short Story: The Sage

Reprinted in: The Groo Chronicles #1 (Marvel/Epic), (The Sage: The Groo Chronicles #2), The Groo Chronicles (HardCover, Graphitti Designs)

Known Characters Appearing: Groo, Taranto.

Quotes from The Sage:
    "The sounds of arguing youth prove that all war is but a game for children!"
    "The words wasted in quarrel could span the ocean and fill a chasm!"
    "For every dilemma, there is the answer. It is merely a matter of the quest!"
    "The solution is before you!"
    "One cannot be over-prepared... Only less!"
    "The truly wise tend to their own affairs!"
    "With beauty men are, as lambs, flocking about!"
    "The wise man never loses his head!"
    "Ugly defines itself, not in the eyes but in the stomach!"
    "The mind works as do the feet!"
    "Divide the spoils!"
    "'Tis good to see a friendly face in unfriendly times!"
    "When a problem vanishes, so does the solver!"
    "Let he who is more able, deal with a foe!"

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