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What's Coming To Comixology Unlimited In October
What's Coming To Comixology Unlimited In October
As we enter the spookiest month of all, it's time once again for Comixology Unlimited to bring in a host of amazing new comics, and sadly say goodbye to a number that are leaving the service. The biggest addition this month has to be the arrival of even more of Eric Powell's creator-owned masterpiece The Goon, but there are plenty of spooks to be found elsewhere with the likes of Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith's Fell and David Lapham and Mike Huddleston's adaptation of The Strain.
‘Deadpool’ Director Says ‘The Goon’ Is Still Very Much Alive
‘Deadpool’ Director Says ‘The Goon’ Is Still Very Much Alive
You may recall a few years back, when Deadpool director Tim Miller released a proof-of-concept video for an R-rated CG-animated adaptation of Eric Powell’s beloved graphic novel The Goon. You may have also forgotten about it in the years since, but now that Miller delivered a record-breaking box office hit with another R-rated comic book adaptation, it looks like there’s been renewed interest in The Goon. While nothing is officially moving forward just yet, Miller seems pretty optimistic about its chances.
Parting Shot: Eric Powell’s ‘The Goon’ Re-Enacts ‘A Christmas Carol’ [Video]
Parting Shot: Eric Powell’s ‘The Goon’ Re-Enacts ‘A Christmas Carol’ [Video]
If there's anything we like more than the holiday season, it's undermining the holiday season, and nobody beats the reverence out of... well, anything, like Eric Powell's gloriously profane The Goon. As part of Dark Horse's ongoing "motion comics" initiative with Geek and Sundry, Powell produced this animated version of Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol with the cast of his ghou
Link Ink: ‘Scribblenauts Unlimited’ Superheroes, The Least Powerful People In Comics And HellGoon
Link Ink: ‘Scribblenauts Unlimited’ Superheroes, The Least Powerful People In Comics And HellGoon
Gaming: It looks like Scribblenauts Unlimited may be the next great source of in-game superhero fan art. Lists: Tom Spurgeon responds to Bleeding Cool Magazine's list of the "100 most powerful people in comics" with a tongue-in-cheek list of 10 least powerful people...
‘The Goon’ Movie Reaches Kickstarter Goal
‘The Goon’ Movie Reaches Kickstarter Goal
Congratulations, Internet: Because of you, we're one step closer to seeing a full-scale Goon movie on the big screen as the Kickstarter to create a feature-length story reel of the finished product closes out, having surpassed its goal.Eric Powell, creator of the Dark Horse Comics series, and director/producer David Fincher launched the crowd-funding campaign last month with the aim of being able
Link Ink: The Official ‘Iron Man 3′ Synopsis, An Alternate ‘Regular Show’ Ending And Nightwing’s Weapons
Link Ink: The Official ‘Iron Man 3′ Synopsis, An Alternate ‘Regular Show’ Ending And Nightwing’s Weapons
Movies: The official plot synopsis for Iron Man 3 states, "When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him... Read Mo
Parting Shot: ‘The Goon’ Cover Pokes Fun at Superhero Comic Sales Gimmicks
Parting Shot: ‘The Goon’ Cover Pokes Fun at Superhero Comic Sales Gimmicks
The Goon takes aim at superhero sales gimmicks on the cover of its 39th issue (not, as it claims, Death of The Goon #1), out on April 25th: In order to try to compete with the gimmicks and rehashes of the Big Two superhero companies, Eric Powell has decided to completely sell out and relaunch the Goon in this super-epic, brand new, first-ever first edition of the 39th issue of The Goon... Re
The Goon Gives Zombie Plague Survival Tips In Rarely Seen Animation [Video]
The Goon Gives Zombie Plague Survival Tips In Rarely Seen Animation [Video]
Among the most beloved creator-owned franchises of Dark Horse Comics is of course The Goon. Written and illustrated by Eric Powell, the series follows the adventures of the titular Goon and his diminutive but excessively ornery companion Frankie as they fight (and drink) their way through every form of fantastical threat, from zombies to ghosts to monsters to robots to cannibals to super scientist

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