Eric Powell’s The Goon is insane enough. But what happens when he invites Evan Dorkin, creator of Milk and Cheese and Beasts of Burden into his world?

Insanity, duh.

Brave the madness here!


Oh no, there goes Tokyo!  Yes, the King of the Monsters has returned to comics with IDW’s all-new Godzilla: Monster World series in March 2011.  And they’ve got an all-star crew bringing death and destruction – Eric Powell  of The Goon co-writing with Tracy Marsh and doing covers,  Phil Hester on the art, and Alex Ross doing a special incentive cover.

We got up with Powell and Marsh to talk about their reign of terror – and why this is going to be a Godzilla comic worth reading. He even brought some exclusive Phil Hester art along for the ride. Warning – there might be some saucy language in here.

Read the full interview here!

Dethklok. The most metal band ever. If you’ve heard either of their Dethalbums or watched Metalocalpyse on Adult Swim, then you know the raw power of such tracks as “Murmaider,” “Go Into the Water,” “Bloodrocuted,” “Thunderhorse” and more. In fact, by reading this opening paragraph, you’ve officially acknowledged the “Pain Waiver” that absolves us of any legal responsibility for violent injury, disfigurement or death you may experience from reading the following interview.

Having made everything metal from coffee to comedy to Christmas, Dethklok is poised to conquer comics with their new three-issue miniseries from Dark Horse, Dethklock Metalocalypse. Co-written by the team of creator Brendon Small, director/designer Jon Schnepp and Dark Horse’s Jeremy Barlow, this promises to be the single most brutal miniseries of the year, Siege and Cry for Justice be damned.

Jon Schnepp, who’s also doing covers for the book with The Goon’s Eric Powell, stopped by Newsarama to tell us about this new series, and to talk about the most metal comics of all time. You have been warned.

Read the full interview here…if you dare!

Writer Tom Sniegowski has a new children’s book series, BILLY HOOTEN: OWLBOY coming out in July.  It features illustrations by Eric Powell (THE GOON).

Interview here.