When Sproules Biological Curiosities and Wild West Extravaganza pulls into town on Halloween, its all tricks and little treats for Goon and company. The cast of Billy the Kids Old Timey Oddities guest-star in this multigenerational mystery.
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The artistic style of the book was very nice as well. The art has a pulpy feel to it, which meshes well with the environment of the book. The Ossified Baby of Nuremberg looked particularly gross, which is always a good thing if that's what you're going for. When he starts to mutate I couldn't help but think this is what a baby would look if Jabba the Hutt had a kid with a human. Overall The Goon proved to be a good read and I am definitely glad that I decided to take a look at it. Though nothing blew me away here story wise, the humor alone made it worth the buy. Read Full Review
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