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Kick-Ass (Kick-Ass, #1)

Wolverine #58; Enemy of the State’s team of Mark Millar (Civil War) and John Romita Jr. (World War Hulk) reunite for the best new book of the 21st century!

Have you ever wanted to be a super hero? Dreamed of donning a mask and just heading outside to some kick-ass? Well, this is the book for you – the comic that starts where other super-hero books draw the line. Kick-Ass is

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Collects Kick-Ass #1-8.
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    Anne

    Apr 11, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition

    Recommends it for:
    10 year old assassins

    Re-Read 2016

    description

    My 16 year old son wanted to read this, which made it easy for me to have another go at it, and see if I still thought it was a fun bit of savagery.
    It was!
    Poor idiot kid…I could totally see this shit happening to me if I ever decided to put on a wet suit and fight crime.

    description

    PS- My kid loved it. He even made me go back to the library to get Kick-Ass 2 and Hit-Girl.

    Original Review: 2011

    Wow! I’ll admit it. I really thought I’d hate this one. I’m more of a violence lite kind of girl, and

    description

    My 16 year old son wanted to read this, which made it easy for me to have another go at it, and see if I still thought it was a fun bit of savagery.
    It was!
    Poor idiot kid…I could totally see this shit happening to me if I ever decided to put on a wet suit and fight crime.

    description

    PS- My kid loved it. He even made me go back to the library to get Kick-Ass 2 and Hit-Girl.

    Original Review: 2011

    Wow! I’ll admit it. I really thought I’d hate this one. I’m more of a violence lite kind of girl, and Kick-Ass definitely does not go easy on the gore. Never in million years would I have thought I’d enjoy seeing a 10 year old ninja-girl carve up mobsters like a psychotic Cuisinart. But I did. So there.

    description

    Now, I’d like to say that there was some strong underlying social commentary that was woven into the fabric of the story. That way, I could at least pretend there was a morally superior reason that I liked it.
    Sadly, there’s not.
    Don’t get me wrong, the story was great, but it’s not going to make you want to be a better person or anything. Yep, it’s pretty much just evil brain candy.

    Yum.
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    Kemper

    Apr 24, 2010

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    comics,
    superhero

    I’ve got to be one sick puppy. Only a twisted individual could find great entertainment in watching a pre-teen girl slaughter gangsters while wearing a costume and cursing like a sailor.

    (As a bonus, I’m now scared of my niece. She is about that age, and she does gymnastics and dance so she’s got all these crazy flippy-flip moves. Thanks to being raised with video games, she’s also got reflexes like a fighter pilot. God help us all if she goes dark side.)

    But while I loved the movie version of Kic

    (As a bonus, I’m now scared of my niece. She is about that age, and she does gymnastics and dance so she’s got all these crazy flippy-flip moves. Thanks to being raised with video games, she’s also got reflexes like a fighter pilot. God help us all if she goes dark side.)

    But while I loved the movie version of Kick-Ass, it left me a little uncertain about what it was trying to say. At times, the story of a nerdlinger who puts on a costume and gets beaten like a rented mule on a regular basis seemed like an indictment of trying to live in a comic book fantasy, but when Hit Girl and Big Daddy go ballistic, it seemed to be all about celebrating the Woo-Hoo! factor of splashy over-the-top violence.

    After reading the comic, I know that Millar meant it to be about fan boys who took their comics too seriously getting a hard cold dose of reality. Maybe the changes were necessary for the movie to even get made (because it almost didn’t happen), and it’s still a great flick. But the comic has a more consistent vibe and deliberately stripped out all of the Hollywood cool that you find in most books, and obviously, in the movies.

    So if you’re like me and don’t have a problem with watching or reading about a young girl acting as a foul mouthed killing machine, then enjoy both the comic and the movie. If you think that it’s wrong….well, I can’t really argue, but quit looking down your nose at me!
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    Shelby *trains flying monkeys*

    Dec 17, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Recommended to Shelby *trains flying monkeys* by:
    Alejandro

    It’s happened-I’ve turned into a comic book nerd. I was one when a child and now I’ve gotten sucked back into that abyss..and I like it.

    This book was pure awesomeness.
    Dave is just that nerdy kid. He reads comic books and hangs out with his friends when not fantasizing about his biology teacher. His mom has recently passed away and his dad works long hours at night. Dave realizes it doesn’t take trauma to make you a super hero: just loneliness and despair. So he suits up.

    Dave does not have an e

    This book was pure awesomeness.
    Dave is just that nerdy kid. He reads comic books and hangs out with his friends when not fantasizing about his biology teacher. His mom has recently passed away and his dad works long hours at night. Dave realizes it doesn’t take trauma to make you a super hero: just loneliness and despair. So he suits up.

    Dave does not have an easy time with the whole superhero thing. He gets the crap beat out of him. A whole lot. Poor kid.



    He tries to hang up the crime fighting hat but then along comes a guy dressed up like a superhero named “Red Mist”, that kinda pisses off our Kick-Ass hero so he dons the suit again and they team up.

    Now this book is violent as shit. You have a 10 year old girl who cusses more than I do.

    However, this book is one of my favorite comics that I have read so far. *whispers read this*



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