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The sequel to the New York Times best-selling comic--which spawned the hit movie--continues! When Dave Lizewski put on his mask and became Kick-Ass, he never imagined things would go this far. Now Dave comes face-to-face with a world he helped bring about, as his dreams of a world of superheroes come true...but will those dreams turn to nightmares? Don't miss the comic book event of the year! Plus: Hit-Girl!



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Is This Series Still Kicking Ass? 0

The story of Kick-Ass continues. What happens when Dave joins a team of wanna-be superheroes?  The Good The series definitely has a different feel from the first. That's great because it would be so easy to just continue (or rehash) what we've already seen. The idea that a bunch of people would follow Kick-Ass' direction and take matters into their own hands in defending the streets. Kick-Ass having others to work with and relate to adds a new level of element to the series...unless things turn ...

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Justice Forever starting with a slow start 0

 Cover I was actually impressed with the cover. I never really liked John Romita Jr. art but for the cover I think he did a pretty good job. Story Kick Ass has joined Justice Forever. He finds out that one of the members of the team he has known since he was 7.   The team go on their first adventure and take down a couple of gangsters. Best Part I did not think I would like Justice Forever. But in this issue they started to grown on me. I think with a little time they could be a great...

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