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Preview: The Goon #1 by Eric Powell Ahead of the 20th Anniversary, 23-City Tour

Preview of THE GOON #1 Ahead of the Goon’s 20th Anniversary, 23-International City Tour

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23 Cities, 20 Years of Legendary Comics, 1 Hard Travelin’ Cartoonist

Here’s your first look at The Goon #1 by Eric Powell ahead of The Goon’s 20th Anniversary, 23-city tour along with special guests Steve Agee, Brendon Small, Ben Garant, & Eric Powell.

The Goon #1 is available March 13th, 2019 from Albatross Funnybooks.

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Eric Powell’s The Goon Statue Debuts At Toy Fair 2015

Eric Powell’s The Goon Statue, sculpted by Sean McNally, Debuts at Toy Fair 2015

Eric Powell’s The Goon Statue

Dark Horse Comics is debuting a gorgeous new limited edition statue based on Eric Powell’s The Goon, sculpted by Sean McNally, at Toy Fair 2015 in NYC.

 

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Dark Horse Comics will reveal a new statue based on Eric Powell’s The Goon at Toy Fair 2015 in New York City.

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Preview: The Goon #36 (Dark Horse)

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In November, The Goon #36 by Eric Powell guest stars Roxi Dlite – the 2010 Queen of Burlesque – along with the usual cast of zombie gangs and killer robots!

Here is a multi-page preview of that issue!

The Goon #36 by Eric Powell is available on store shelves on Wednesday November 2nd, 2011 at a cover price of $3.50.

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Eric Powell’s The Goon PSA by David Fincher and Blur Studio

The Goon
 
The Goon is a creator-owned comic by Eric Powell that is currently published by Dark Horse Comics. For the last few years, director David Fincher (Seven, Fight Club, The Social Network) has been shopping around a CG film version of The Goon with little success.
 
Clancy Brown and Paul Giamatti are on board to voice The Goon and his sidekick Frankie and Blur Studios is providing the wonderful CG animation for the film. Blur Studios has recently done some off-time work on a Public Service Announcement featuring The Goon. While it’s still in the rough stages, it’s still a good indicator of what you can expect from the film – if it ever gets studio financing.

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