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The epic series finale is here! Kick-Ass 3 dons the costume one last time…will he be going to his death or a triumphant ride into the sunset? And has months in lock-up dulled Hit-Girl's death-dealing reflexes just when she needs them the most? This milestone double-sized issue marks the end of one era and the start of a new Millarworld universe. Must not miss!

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJohn Romita Jr.1
VarSketch Variant CoverJohn Romita Jr.2
VarVariant CoverSteve McNiven (p, i) & Ive Svorcina (c)3
VarSketch Variant CoverSteve McNiven4


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Comic Review: Kick-Ass 3 #8 – The Finale! 0

After 6 years, 4 series (Hit-Girl took place between Kick-Ass 1+2), and only 28 issues, Kick-Ass drew to a close this week. Without revealing any spoilers, which is not this review’s intention, I can safely say that Kick-Ass is one of the most satisfying creator-owned comic series of all time. It may only have spanned 28 issues, but each and every one was worth the wait and, for me, is Mark Millar’s best work yet. Issue #1 first arrived in 2008, and for those that remember, our hero Dave Lize...

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