The war with the Zombie Priest heats up in the latest new edition of a classic Goon volume. Taking a cue from the great movie posters of the thirties and forties, this collection features a beautiful new cover by Eric Powell! The saga of Lonely Street takes turns both tragic and hilarious, as Goon and friends are forced to confront their tragic pasts, a tentacled creature from space and its mediocre Interdimensional-to-English Dictionary menace the docks, and Goon must withstand the coming of El Hombre del Lagarto! Plus, Mike Mignola cowrites and illustrates an appearance by Hellboy, in one of the strangest crossovers of all time. For those new to The Goon, these editions are a perfect place to start! • This volume collects The Goon #5-#8. • Featuring Mike Mignola and Hellboy! • New cover by Eric Powell!
Dark Horse's high-falutin' new editions of The Goon continue! This volume features a new cover by Eric Powell and is redesigned to match the critically acclaimed Goon Year collections! Virtue and the Grim Consequences Thereof sees the Goon join a short-lived football team, face man-eating eyeballs from another dimension, and suffer incarceration in Cade's Island penitentiary. Plus, the cast of The Goon interprets A Christmas Carol, the Unholy Bastards make their first appearance, and Powell illustrates a hilarious prose story by Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!). See why these stories helped win the Eisner Award for Best Humor Publication and Best Ongoing Series! • New cover by creator Eric Powell! • FIVE-TIME EISNER AWARD-WINNING SERIES!
Eric Powell's biggest story since 2008! What's left of the Zombie Priest's race of witches comes after the Goon, forcing him to face his nightmares or lose his town! This volume collects The Occasion of Revenge #1-#4.
The Goon is a series written and drawn by Eric Powell (often with colours by multi-Eisner winner Dave Stewart). The series mixes comedy and violence with a supernatural slant. The Goon Library series collects a number of The Goon trades in a deluxe, oversize hardcover format. Fear and misery plague the town on the edge of Horse-Eater's Wood. After the death of a friend and ally reveals the return of Labrazio, the Goon's sworn enemy thought long gone, the Goon realises that something darker is going on in the town than anyone suspected.
After an assault by a mysterious and monstrous milkman, a typical American housewife has finally had too much of her hideous, deranged family, and she takes a simple word of advice from her idol, the perfect 1950’s mom on her television screen — "Discipline." From the minds of Joe Casey and Steve Parkhouse comes the most shocking of all Dark Horse’s new brand of horror comics. The unraveling of our forlorn homemaker’s hopes leads to unprecedented terror, heralded by a demonic vision — The Milkman, a twisted parody of a Norman Rockwell image as painted by serial-killing folk-artist John Wayne Gacy.
The town on the edge of HorseEater's Wood is permeated by all manner of dark things hatred, fear, unhappiness, demons, and the undead (to name a few) brought on by a curse that has festered within the forest for many years. The Goon himself was drawn by the power of the curse, but his soul is not consumed by this bleak place, and he discovers that he is the only hope for his town. Goon's greatest foe, the dead mobster Labrazio, mounts his assault from a macabre burlesque house, using the Zombie Priest and his demonic kitty to put on the squeeze. It's up to the Goon, Franky, and all their pals to fight for the life their town deserves! * Multiple Eisner Awardwinning creator Eric Powell brings you more of the Goon you love in part two of a threepart tradepaperback series, the most epic Goon tale yet The Return of Labrazio. * Collects issues #24#27.
When five-year-old Roman's mother is murdered before his eyes in Fayette, Mississippi he is left alone with his loyal dog, a blue nose pit-bull named Ice. Things appear to look up for Roman when Billy Bob Adams, a career criminal, finds him and whisks him to Baltimore, Maryland. With modern day slavery as his motive, Billy Bob teaches Roman every villainous trick he knows...including murder. From the moment Yoko was born she was unwanted. Born with a visible handicap people judged her upon first sight. Before long they turn the sweet child into a bitter young adult who does anything she can for attention. Even if it means taking responsibility for crimes she didn't commit. When Roman and Yok...