Powell posted some raw test footage for “The Goon” for YouTube in 2011 and above, you can see the proof of concept that Blur Studios put together as part of a Kickstarter campaign for “The Goon.” It features the voice of Giamatti as Franky, Goon’s sidekick, with Clancy Brown voicing Goon herself as they share a drink in a bar with a “slackjaw” (aka zombie) before heading out on the street to shoot down some of its immortal brothers.
Goon’s comic origins depict him as an orphan raised by a powerful woman during the carnival who ends up facing a strange mix of other creatures (some supernatural), including vampires, hobos, and – my personal favorite – ape monkeys, so named because of the stench they give off.
Powell’s original “Goon” series was collected into 16 commercial paperbacks. For “The Goon” fans, the news of the Netflix-affiliated movie adaptation comes as overdue payments stretch to 15 years of development hell.
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