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Dark Horse has provided BR with an exclusive preview of Eric Powell and Kyle Hotz's "Billy the Kid's Old Timey Oddities & the Orm of Loch Ness" #2, in stores November 14.
Three months after teasing he would use Kickstarter to help fund the stalled CG-animated adaptation of his comic, "The Goon" creator Eric Powell and producer David Fincher have launched their campaign.
Powell & Hotz Head to the Highlands in "Billy the Kid's Old Timey Oddities and the Orm of Loch Ness"
CBR spoke with Eric Powell & Kyle Hotz about the third installment of their "Billy the Kid" series at Dark Horse, the nature of collaboration, and what Dracula wants with the Loch Ness Monster.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Goon" #42, on sale September 26 with stories by creator Eric Powell and guest back-up artist Mark Buckingham!
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Goon" #41 by Eric Powell, also featuring a back-up story by Mark Buckingham, on sale August 29.
Eric Powell, Sam Humphries, Stan Sakai and Geof Darrow were just some of the creators headlining Dark Horse's panel on creator-owned comics, discussing upcoming projects and their importance to the industry as a whole.
This week's Cover of the Week contenders find a racing Goon, a flying owl demon, a dissected astronaut, a creepy Sith Lord and a bleeding Comedian.
Dark Horse's horror writers discussed favorite monsters, defined what's scary, explained which lines they won't cross and demonstrated why they do horror better than anyone else during their Comic-Con panel.
While "Goon" creator Eric Powell previously dismissed using Kickstarter to fund the stalled CG-animated adaptation of his comic, noting the estimated $45 million budget -- things have changed.
Eisner Award winner Eric Powell discusses the importance of creator-owned comics, working in genres beyond super heroes, his and David Fincher's slow road to the "Goon" feature film, roller derby and more.
This go-around, The Goon goes corporate, The Twelve goes out with a bang, the New Deadwardians go to Whitechapel, the Man Without Fear goes back to the '70s (sort of) and Popeye goes full-on Kryptonian.
Dark Horse put the spotlight on recent announcements including Eric Powell's "The Goon" going monthly and an extension of the Buffy universe in their panel at C2E2 2012.
This week, John Carter returns to Barsoom, Princess Diana turns blacksmith, Aunt Kizzie goes back to her roots, Cliff Secord takes to the skies and Antlered-Zombie-Deer-Man...gives you the willies.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Goon" #38. Creator Eric Powell revels the secret history of the Goon's Aunt Kizzie, the Iron Maiden, on March 7!
Actor Paul Giamatti and "The Goon" creator Eric Powell speak to the status of the animated adaptation of Powell's creator-owned series. SPINOFF has the details.
"The Goon" creator and "Godzilla" writer Eric Powell spoke with CBR News about his upcoming illustrated edition of Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," coming from IDW.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Goon" #35, guest-written by Evan Dorkin with art by creator Eric Powell.
"Hack/Slash" and "Witchblade" writer Tim Seeley spoke exclusively with CBR News about writing mini-comics for Mattel's Masters of the Universe Classics line of toys, which will include all-new He-Man figures.
To celebrate Dark Horse Comics’ 25th anniversary, the publisher discussed the relaunched "Dark Horse Presents" anthology -- and a tale from Jim Steranko.
PRESS RELEASE: Dark Horse Provides Details on "Dark Horse Presents" Panel at Comic-Con International
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters" #3, but writers Eric Powell & Tracy Marsh with art by Phil Hester, stomping in to comic shops May 25th!
Eric Powell's "The Goon" is back and bimonthly starting in June, ready to put sparkly vampires in their place. CBR News spoke with Powell about the acclaimed series, working with Steve Niles & Evan Dorkin and more.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR about the return of occult detective Cal McDonald, star of "Criminal Macabre," in a Free Comic Book Day issue, a crossover with Eric Powell's "The Goon" and two omnibus editions.
Courtesy of Rebellion, CBR exclusively presents John Wagner and Trevor Hairsine's complete "No More Jimmy Deans" story from "Mega City Masters" #3. Featuring an Eric Powell cover, the book is in stores today.
Dark Horse Comics shares with CBR an exclusive first look at Dave Gibbons and Eric Powell's upcoming contributions to its flagship anthology, announced this weekend at Stumptown.
Doug Zawisza gives IDW's "Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters" #1 a 4 star review saying Eric Powell, Tracy Marsh, Phil Hester and Bruce McCorkindale's comic "reads like a lost Godzilla movie from yesteryear."
Co-writers Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh spoke with CBR about “Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters,” the new ongoing series launching in March from IDW starring at least one rampaging Toho monster.
Courtesy of 2000AD, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Eric "The Goon" Powell's cover for "Mega-City Masters" #3 featuring the inimitable Judge Dredd. The collection hits U.S. stores April 19, 2011.
Cal MacDonald, the arcane detective from "Criminal Macabre," will make a big comeback in 2011. We spoke with Steve Niles about "The Goon/Criminal Macabre," an FCBD flipbook and more standalone one-shots.
Godzilla returns to comics in 2011, IDW Publishing announced during its panel at New York Comic Con. A new series featuring the giant fire-breathing monster and assorted characters begins in February.
The editors and creators behind Oni Press' Roller Derby themed anthology "Jam!" spoke with CBR News about the book and it's origins, while sharing "Goon" creator Eric Powell's complete story from the book.
Creator Eric Powell, producer David Fincher, actor Paul Giamatti and Blur Studio's Tim Miller and Jeff Fowler pitched their animated version of "The Goon" at Comic-Con International. Hilarity ensued.
Dark Horse Comics brought terror to San Diego once again with the popular creators of the publisher's horror titles helming a Comic-Con panel featuring news, insights into their work and an audience Q&A session.
Dark Horse played to a packed room Friday at Comic-Con, as Gerard Way and Janet Evanovich led a panel that included a DH:HD tease, "Serenity" updates and a very personal appeal from publisher Mike Richardson.