It's almost time for WonderCon 2012 to start packing fans into the Anaheim Convention Center, and we have the horror highlights of the three-day event that runs from March 16th-18th right here.
We've been talking about a big screen adaptation of Eric Powell's The Good for what feels like forever. Every couple of months or so a new update comes our way, and it's never good news. So what's up? We'll let Powell himself clear all that up for you.
Some of you may not know that the San Diego Comic-Con has a little sister known as WonderCon, which is typically held in San Francisco, but this year things are going to be a bit different. Due to renovation work taking place at Moscone Center South, the Con's usual home, the powers-that-be have opted to relocate it to the Anaheim Convention Center for its 2012 run of March 16th-18th rather than cancel or postpone it.
It's been a long while since last we heard anything of David Fincher's take on Dark Horse Entertainment's The Goon, but since his latest flick, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, is ready to be unleashed, the visionary director is making the rounds and offering updates on both that and Black Hole.
We've been talking about an adaptation of The Goon ever since the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, where some early footage was revealed, and despite big names attached like David Fincher, Clancy Brown, and Paul Giamatti, the flick is still looking to find funding. Maybe the following PSA can help to move things along!
IDW Publishing announced that Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters Issue #1 sold out just a day after making its debut at comic book retail stores throughout North America. Written by Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh, with artwork by Phil Hester, the rapid sell-out marks a fantastically successful return for the giant fire-breathing lizard to comics.
It was last October during the New York Comic Con that we first got word of IDW's partnership with Toho Co., Ltd., to create all-new Godzilla comics, and now the first two issues - Godzilla: Monster World and Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - are available for pre-order. Read on for their synopses and to see the cover art.
Ever since the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, where some early footage was revealed, things have been pretty quiet on The Goon feature film front, but now that producer David Fincher is out and about promoting the home video release of The Social Network, an update has come in.
We knew with Comic-Con right around the corner it wouldn't be long until we saw or heard something from the Dark Horse, David Fincher, and Blur Entertainment project that will see Eric Powell’s The Goon brought to the big screen as a CG-anmiated film! Ready for the first footage?
It's been a while since last we heard anything about David Fincher's upcoming CG animated feature film, The Goon, but finally there's a bit to talk about!
Not sure how we missed this one, but thankfully the keen-eyed folks at AICN did not; they snapped this shot of a teaser poster for the upcoming CG-animated movie The Goon, based on the Dark Horse series created by Eric Powell. As you can see, much like The Goon itself, it is all sorts of badass!
Now this just makes me smile; THR got word this morning that Dark Horse, David Fincher and Blur Entertainment are joining forces to bring Eric Powell’s The Goon to the big screen as a CG-anmiated film. And damnit, I love The Goon.