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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.
Return to the Wild West as only Eric Powell could imagine it in "Billy the Kid’s Old-Timey Oddities," following the adventures of the infamous outlaw and a band of circus freaks in "The Ghastly Fiend of London."
"The Goon" creator Eric Powell spoke with CBR News about his newest miniseries, which features the noble ghoul Buzzard with a "Billy the Kid's Old-Timey Oddities" backup. The title debuts in June from Dark Horse.
Award-winning creator Eric Powell returns with a new silent issue of his highly acclaimed horror-comedy, news on the animated film adaptation, and the imminent release of his self-published kids' comic. Plus, an exclusive preview of of "Goon" #33!
Dark Horse Comics and New Comic Company met with fans at Comic-Con to discuss the past, present, and future of the legendary "Creepy" and "Eerie" horror series. Sheer terror was handily distributed.
On sale now, "The Goon" #32 marks the character's tenth anniversary. CBR News spoke with creator Eric Powell about the series' long history, with additional comments from editor Scott Allie on bringing the book to Dark Horse.
The Goon, Buffy, Beasts of Burden and more earn some love from fans at New York Comic Con's Dark Horse panel, featuring Eric Powell and Evan Dorkin, with news about Mike Mignola, Gabriel Bá & Fábio Moon and Stan Sakai.
Comics Industry For...Obama! director Sarah Grace McCandless is looking to rock the vote with the help of her comic book friends, with "The Goon's" Eric Powell stepping up to design the logo for the initiative.
The celebrated creator of "The Goon," Eric Powell talks to CBR TV about upcoming developments in the award-winning Dark Horse series, and discusses his work on "Action Comics" and the upcoming animated Goon film.
CBR News spoke to Eric Powell about the gang war that's brewing in the pages of Dark Horse's "The Goon" monthly as well as the various initiatives that make 2008 the year of The Goon.
Eric Powell had nothing to say about his upcoming movie deal, so he made with the jokes instead - with a little help from his friends, comedians Brian Posehn, Ben Garant, and Tom Lennon.
Dark Horse's late Saturday panel at the New York Comic Con sets out the publisher's plans for 2008 and beyond. Read the latest news at happens with CBR's live coverage.