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REVIEW: ‘Kick-Ass #2′ Discovers What A Superhero Is

 
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Story by: Mark Millar
 
Art by: John Romita Jr.
 
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KICK-ASS #2 does not disappoint. I must admit, it is quite better than it’s initial issue

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Posted March 20, 2018 by

 
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The first issue of Kick-Ass introduced us Patience Lee. From staff sergeant who just recently came from combat and freshly separated because her husband left her for his co-worker, she decides to dress as Kick-Ass for her family. The first issue was a good set-up for a new main character for this new chapter of this series. KICK-ASS #2 does not disappoint. I must admit, it is quite better than it’s initial issue.

Mark Millar gives more depth to Patience by showing us what any parent would think for his/her child. His scripts of first-person captions are down-to-earth and well done. From her logic and mindset, Millar’s writing is impressive. As well, Millar gives more development for Patience that surely redefines her role into this new venture by wearing the Kick-Ass costume. This second issue surely makes us entice to wait and pick up the next issue.

John Romita Jr. delivers an equal amount of quality work as Mark Millar gives but through art. He is truly perfect for this book. The JRJR art here is swift through quiet moments that supplements Millar’s scripts and is intense for us to be reminded that he is very successful in drawing exciting violence, action and gore.

Kick-Ass #2, aside from its parental scope and violent action, is a collation of impressive and solid comic work from good entertaining storytelling script and art. I can’t wait to read for the next issue.


Norby Ela

 
FlipGeeks Operations Editor, Managing Editor of Comics, Komiks, Manga, atbp.


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