Kick-Ass #2

    Kick-Ass » Kick-Ass #2 released by Marvel on May 2008.

    j0k3rm4n's Kick-Ass #2 review

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    Dave finally kicks some!!

    Who wants to be a superhero? Well, I guess you hide that feeling from everybody you know, but deep inside, there's that thing whispering in your ear, saying that you'd like to have that kind of life for yourself. But after you read this comic book, you'll probably change your mind about it.

    In this issue, Dave is facing odds that some would thought impossible to. This is logical, since having one's ass kicked as badly as his was is not something that one would easily take. The ordinary citizen would just quit right there. But not Dave...I guess he's too stubborn to quit like that. That voice whispering in his ear is too stubborn as well, because it really convinces him to get hurt in order to help people who he's never met in his life

    This issue was a great demonstration of Millar's imagination in creating a world that is full of violence, greed, hatred and people who don't care about those things at all and fear each other as heck, just like ours.

    If you haven't read Kick-Ass yet, give it a try. After all, it's not every day that we see our world's cruel identity reflected so clearly in comic books.

    Other reviews for Kick-Ass #2

      Kick your ass 0

      Ok. I gave this comic a try because I like the JR Jr and because it is something different. Overall, this book rules. What the hell do you think would happen if you were a scrawny kid in friggin spandex? You would get your ass kicked. And it wouldn't be an "oh my god! he was shot by a laser that knocked him out!" It would be a "HOLY FUCK!!! That skinny fuckin psycho got beaten, stabbed, and hit by a car!!!!!"If I would have written the comic, he would have died in issue one. That would ha...

      1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

      Round 2 0

      Got to say that I like this issue as much as the first as the book does what it says on the title. Dave recovers from his near crippling first attempt at vigilantism and goes at it again but this time he gets to walk away, minus some teeth and a pint of blood, but hey it's still a win.It is interesting to see that Millar didn't skim over his recovery thus giving weight to Dave's action and the effect that it has on those around him, notably his Dad, who must either have the best insurance in the...

      1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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