Review: 'Kick-Ass' #1 Fails to Understand What It's About

Kick-Ass has always nominally been focused on what superheroes might look like in the real world. It’s a premise that even the first series never entirely held onto though, with extraordinary levels of guns and violence offering an ’80s action movie conclusion. Restraint isn’t within the vocabulary of Mark Millar, which is not an inherently …

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