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When a mysterious new figure enters the crime scene and begins taking out the Goon's business operations one by one, the Goon struggles to keep the city's organized crime under his control as his mind is haunted by the memories of his darkest moment... when his mind and body were left scarred . . . and his heart was left black.
Genre: Graphic Novels
- Issue # TPB (5 months ago)
The annual Albatross Halloween comic for kids of all ages is back in a weekly October event! Issue #1 features the work of Eric Powell, Steve Mannion, and Kyle Hotz!
From the Eisner award-winning creator of The Goon comes an over-the-bigtop horror romp pitting outlaw legend Billy the Kid and a band of circus "freaks" against the evil machinations of the nefarious Dr. Frankenstein!Penned with deranged glee by Powell and illustrated by fan-favorite horror artist Kyle Hotz (The Agency andThe Hood), Billy The Kid's Old Timey Oddities starts with Billy the Kid free to roam America, having faked his own death. Free, that is, until Fineas Spoule, AKA. The Human Spider, discovers his secret. Now, afraid of being exposed, Billy finds himself in the service of a caravan of carnival sideshow performers who have unfinished business with a mad scientist none other than Victor Frankenstein himself!This twisted love child of spaghetti westerns and Hammer horror flicks combines Powell's humorous fast-paced storytelling and Hotz's quirky macabre visuals for a story that the whole family will love...if they're the kind of family that love alligator men and miniature boys fighting monstrous mistakes of science with the help of the fastest gunslinger in the West!Written by Eric Powell creator The Goon, recipient of the International Horror Guild Award and multiple Eisner Awards!
"The world believes the notorious outlaw Billy the Kid was killed by Pat Garrett, but in reality the Kid is very much alive, the hired gun of Fineas Sproule's traveling spectacle of biological curiositiesor ""freaks,"" as Billy calls them. In their latest adventure, Billy and crew confront their most vicious challenge yet: Jack the Ripper! In London to visit a true Elephant Man, Billy, Sproule, and the company learn about the Whitechapel murders and the fact that disfigured people are being blamed for the killings and targeted for mob justice. As the group takes on the case, Sproule looks for information at every bar in the city, while Billy tags along to drink whiskey and flirt with prostitutes at each onewhich might be a better way to find the Ripper than he realizes. Includes _Goon_ backups by Eric Powell!"
From Brendon Small, the man who brought you Dethklok and Metalocalypse, comes a high stakes intergalactic extreme rock comic. Based on his album, Galaktikon, we follow Triton, intergalactic hero of the universe, who will face the ultimate outer space struggle: getting over his divorce.
Cal McDonald, a drug-fueled paranormal private dick, goes head to head with Lonely Street's zombie-pulverizing Goon, in a weird in-between world full of monsters, horror, and humor! A perfect introduction to both titles for new readers!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The return of Eric Powell's Chimichanga! Wrinkles Traveling Circus's most adorable bearded girl and her savory-named beast are back, and there is a new act in store! Come one, come all to the Sorrow of the Worlds Worst Face! But beware: those who look behind the curtain are in for an awful treat, and its not just his face were talkin about! Featuring art by Stephanie Buscema!
There aren't many characters like the Goon in comics and there aren't many creators as unique and enjoyable as Eric Powell.IGN** After the tragic events of _Occasion of Revenge_, the witch coven believes that control of the unnamed town will soon be in their grasp and the Goon's tragic soul will contribute to the curse that increases their power. But has their plot destroyed the Goon or created a monster too savage for them to withstand? _Once upon a Hard Time_ is a climactic miniseries that has major consequences for the Goon and his supporting cast. If you're a _Goon_ fan, you can't miss this. Powell's story is sweet when it needs to be, warm and touching when it wants to be, and brutal and gruesome when it has to be.Bloody Disgusting
Goon and Franky meet a sailor on the hunt for his buddy... but trouble ensues when the trio go bar to bar in genre-hopping pursuit. Revenge what better way than to have a cover by one of the greatest humor cartoonists of all time, JACK DAVIS! Created by Eisner-award winner Eric Powell!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The nameless man, the Zombie Priest, has come to town to build a gang from the undead. But even the undead fear the Goon, mob enforcer and protector of the downtrodden residents of Lonely Street. With Powell's stunning artwork, The Goon's unique mash-up of horror, mob intrigue, and the sickest sense of humor in comics is an instant classic, and this new edition is the best time ever to find out what you've been missing!
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
The last time we saw Simon Garth, the bank teller single-handedly stopped a gang of murderous robbers and got shot, bitten by zombies and med-evac-ed straight into Army custody for scientific experimentation. No problem, right?
In this special Halloween one-shot, Goon finds himself trapped in the Theatre Bizarre at the mercy of Zombo the Clown and burlesque queen Roxi Dlite! Theatre Bizarre is a real-life Halloween event held annually in Detroit, the brainchild of artist John Dunivant!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Eric Powell presents the single most offensive, controversial, and flat-out loathsome comic ever published by Dark Horse. Powell pulls no punches in his outrageous shots at major religions, political pundits, sexual practices, liberals, conservatives, rural life, and even the Prince of Darkness himself. No one is safe! The contents of this issue will never be collected, so this is your only chance to see them in all their filthy and despicable glory.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
This summer Dark Horse Comics welcomes creator Eric Powell to the horror line-up. The Goon is a hilarious blend of pulpy horror and slapstick comedy following the ongoing misadventures of the man they call the Goon and his spastic sidekick Franky as they battle the legions of the undead!
Many comic book shops got variants with their own store being crushed on the cover, which I drew me to the comic. It's a great gimmick. However, inside the comic I found to be lacking. Nothing effectively happens in the issue, and there are no characters developed at all. Nuclear weaponry is used with no real consideration, and the comic effect of many different characters, at different times, saying "you have to be %$@#ing me" didn't seem funny to me in the slightest. Avoid this....