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Jonathan Hickman, Kate Leth, Eric Powell, Rob Guillory and more lampoon the epic Marvel event in this preview of the humor-filled one-shot.
Publisher Mike Richardson was joined by Mike Mignola, Chuck Palahniuk, Eric Powell, Jeff Lemire, and Matt Kindt to talk about what's next at Dark Horse.
Check out BOOM!'s "Big Trouble in Little China" #9 from Eric Powell & Brian Churilla where Jack takes on demons with the cards he is dealt.
"The Goon" creator Eric Powell's all-ages monster tale returns with Stephanie Buscema illustrating a story of "The World's Worst Face."
After some anxiety about tackling the legendary character, Matt Wagner found the story that could bring the Spirit to a new audience at Dynamite.
Jack Burton is on top of the world, but John Carpenter, Eric Powell & Brian Churilla make sure that doesn't last in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble" #9.
Eric Powell & Tim Wiesch discuss their new Image Comics series, what's too crazy for the book and how growing up in small towns messed them up.
Six of Top 20 GNs sold in bookstores in January had female creators or co-creators! Mort Drucker honored! A look inside Humble Bundle!
The man behind the horror hit is looking to change the face of his franchise forever with his next gruesome tale, described as the series' "Empire Strikes Back."
The "Goon" creator has partnered with Tim Wiesch for the barebones, shocking revenge tale.
Dark Horse Comics announced that "The Goon" will return in a miniseries titled "Once Upon A Hard Time," to be released February 2015.
Eric Powell discusses "The Goon's" return to monthly comics for the "Occasion of Revenge" miniseries, and the character's evolution since his 1999 debut.
The war between the hero and the deadly Witch Gang gets bloodier as the days go by in Eric Powell's "The Goon: Occasion of Revenge" #2.
IDW's Scott Dunbier announced two new titles for the line in a panel that included Dave Gibbons, Walter Simonson and a surprise appearance from Powell.
Egg, Pete and ol’ Jack Burton face off against the mythical past of China in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble" #3 by Eric Powell and Brian Churilla, on sale Aug. 6.
Jack Burton comes to comics as Eric Powell and company spill the beans on what’s coming in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble in Little China."
Eric Powell and Scott Allie explore the horrific side of Dark Horse with a look inside the work of Richard Corben and the return of "The Goon."
John Carpenter, Eric Powell & Brian Churilla deliver "a fun introductory issue" with BOOM! Studios' "Big Trouble in Little China" #1.
Organizers dub it "the largest event of its kind ever held in the U.K.”! John Carpenter and Eric Powell on "Big Trouble in Little China"! Stan Lee and Chris Claremont talk X-Men!
Creators Eric Powell, Tim Seeley, Joshua Williamson joined Dark Horse to talk about building a universe with "Project Black Sky," "Ghost Fleet" and more.
Eric Powell explains how his wacky horror comic "The Goon" returns to a regular schedule with a series of minis starting with the tragic "Occasion of Revenge."
Eric Powell and Brian Churilla team with John Carpenter and BOOM! Studios to tell the adventures of Jack Burton, star of "Big Trouble In Little China."
BOOM! adds Paul Levitz to its board of directors, shares "Big Trouble in Little China" details and reveals a "first look" adaptation deal with Cartoon Network.
BOOM! Studios has released an Eric Powell-illustrated teaser image for what appears to be a "Big Trouble in Little China" comic.
Publisher Mike Richardson wraps our look inside Dark Horse's 2014 slate, emphasizing his commitment to expanding creator-owned comics in the coming year.
CBR presents exclusive previews of Eric Powell's Spanish language "Goon" #44 and Mignola and Arcudi's "Sledgehammer 44: Lightning War" #1!
Scott Allie, Eric Powell, Tim Seeley and more talked about the thrills and chills coming from Dark Horse, including the launch of Alex de Campi's "Grindhouse" series and more from the world of Mike Mignola's "B.P.R.D."
Creator Eric Powell and Blur Studios' Tim Miller and Jeff Fowler, updated Kickstarter backers and fans on the status of the animated "Goon" film and the continuing challenge in bringing it to the big screen.
With the Kickstarter to fund a story reel for Eric Powell's "The Goon" film directed by David Fincher and animated by Blur Studio nearing the end of its backing period, Powell tells fans what they can do for a final push.
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.
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.