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Vampires. What have they become? Effeminate fang-bearing prissy types wearing billowy shirts and velvet suits that would embarrass a gay pirate. Mostly the Goon just straps them to the hood of his car and sets them on fire. But that is not what vampires used to be. In the beginning they were restless spirits who would rise from the grave to leech the life from their still-grieving loved ones. Now one of these ancient succubi has returned with her heart set on the man they call Goon.

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One of the Best Comics you've Never Read 0

I highly recommend the Goon comic, especially this issue. Most follow this book for its funny dialogue, but it is the occasional serious issue (like this one) that reel me in. Eric Powell creates such a somber mood at times that you'll just stair at a panel. He speaks volumes in a single panel! Take this issue for instance, OK up until the last panel in which no lines a spoken, no lives taken, and yet you know exactly what that character is thinking. Seriously, if you like Hellboy, Goon exc...

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