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Friday, August 13, 2010

Movies That Have Everything Preview: The Goon

Howdy ho kiddies! It's that time again! Time for another fun filled preview of a great movie to come - this one was just shown at this year's ComiCon. The Goon, based off of the comic of the same name by creator Eric Powell. Check out this awesome sequence!

The Goon Concept Trailer Courtesy of TrailerAddict.com

For those of you who don't have a clue, the comic centers around the adventures of the Goon and his pal Frankie who live a universe filled with gangsters, zombies, demons, and the all around forces of evil. This comic has been around for a while now (debuting in Avatar Press in 1998, then 2003 to Darkhorse Comics) and was voiced by Clancy Brown and Paul Giamatti. Will it happen? We sure hope so (if not, here's the stink-eye ya truffle shufflers!).

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