Groo and the Monks (Groo the Wanderer #15) ★★★✬☆

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Title: Groo and the Monks
Series: Groo the Wanderer #15
Author: Sergio Aragones
Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars
Genre: Comics
Pages: 23
Words: 2K


Groo meets a battle taking place. He finally joins a side after they’ve won. But the winners are all going to commit ritual suicide for having killed their master and fellow brethren. Groo doesn’t want to die and so the last warrior tells him he can join a monastery to atone.

Groo finds the monastery and with predictable results. Chaos ensues. Silence is broken. Groo is kicked out to go earn money for them. He threatens the town until they give a lot of money. Groo then uses the money to carve a staircase into the mountain to the Monastery, hire belly dancers, buy wine and fine foods. Considering his duty done, he then leaves. Hahahahaa.

I think the following panel pretty much sums up this particular issue of Groo:

He doesn’t know what he is doing, or why, or even how, but because he’s Groo, he’s going to do it no matter what. Of course, apparently he can’t read any of the rules, or he’s just so dense that he doesn’t think they apply to him. It just goes to show that Groo causes chaos no matter where he goes or what he tries to do.

As much as I am really enjoying these, I think one a month is a great way to keep on liking Groo. Too much more and I’d probably get sick of his stupidity. Very funny in small doses, not so much in larger doses.


16 thoughts on “Groo and the Monks (Groo the Wanderer #15) ★★★✬☆

    1. Well, I think you need to atone for not giving me my gold bullion for pushing that post to the 100mark. So I’m doubling it and requesting not only gold bullion, but also a gold dump truck to drive it around with.

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  1. Once a month is definitely the way to go with Groo. Just like the old days when the comic was coming out monthly. I’m getting nostalgically excited as you approach the FIRST American comic book I bought with my own money many moons ago.

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