Groo: Friends and Foes #4 Review

When Groo is around nothing good seems to happen but when a hero is around sometimes they cancel each other but Groo is fantastic at making sure that even a hero can’t get a moment of rest. Read on to find out more.

The Year of Groo marches on, as Groo marches right into Arcadio the Hero. Arcadio’s in the protection business, teaching villagers how to protect themselves from dragons . . . but he should be teaching them to protect themselves from Groo! Feather-brained barbarian thrills from the award-winning team of Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier, with Stan Sakai and Tom Luth.

Well we have another issue of Groo, with a friend and not a foe, who is a real stand up guy Arcadio. He is a hero of groofriefo4p1the land that has made sure that people are protected from the bad world. It is kind of intense but he is just a stand up guy. However, when the biggest threat of all, Groo, comes to town with his craziness and even a hero may not be able to save him. This issue is pretty good and actually has someone that kind of likes Groo. I am always a champion of his because he is just silly dumb and deserves friends.

Mark Evanier does a really fun job with this issue and makes the character even more likable. Groo is a hard character because he does a bunch of terrible things but has a good heart behind it. Evanier balances it perfectly.

Sergio Aragones does a really great job of artistry. You will really see the way that he pays attention to detail, where some artists would just throw a background behind it. You will see that in the issue.

Groo: Friends and Foes #4 is a good addition to the Groo world.

+A fun look at a fun character +Someone starts to like Groo +So fun visually +A lovely story.

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