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KICK-ASS 2 #7 (OF 7)

• The brutal extra-sized finale of the best comic ever!

• Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl square off against the Motherf*cker and Mother Russia!

• Can they put a stop to the rampaging Toxic Mega C*nts?

Story by Mark Millar
Art by John Romita Jr. & Tom Palmer
Colors by Dean White
Letters by Chris Eliopoulos
Cover by John Romita Jr., Tom Palmer, & Dean White

Price: $4.99
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schark03/25/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. Can’t wait to see how this one wraps up. I wonder what is next for this series…

  2. This marks the end of an era for me.

    In future I’ll be mostly supporting independent and creator-owned work in trades.

    Except for a very few select individuals.

    Mister Mark Millar will not be in that group.

  3. This has been a very fun and overly violent read that I think I would have dropped a long time ago if it wasn’t for Millar being at the helm.

  4. If it wasn’t for Romita I might ahve trade waited on this, but it’s really gone in a crazy off the wall direction. glad i stayed on for the whole run

  5. Didnt really dig Kick ass 2 that much. You can only push it so far and it didnt seem as natural as the first Kick-Ass. Kick-Ass2 seemed to always had to be one upping itself with each issue and they did that with just more killing and raping. Story was weak.

    • Agreed, in a way glad this is done and not rally thought about it much. I’ll buy so I can get the story completed but that’s about it. Beheading the dog was my last staw, shock for th sake of it rather than story.

  6. Every time i see Motherf*cker I can’t help but think of the olympic skater, Apolo Anton Ono. Looks just like him.

  7. I’ve found this series totally enjoyable. Need to re-read the first 6 before drinking in the finale. Other than the pace, I think this book’s as good as it can be. Kick Ass Volume #1 was strikingly original and an instant classic, I think expecting KA Vol #2 to be better is asking too much. Asking it to be awesome isn’t. And this book is awesome! I’m betting this book really holds together nice in the re-read. Or as TPB.

  8. Absolutely loved the finale and yet again something to be proud of by Mark Millar and John Romita JR. Just hope that in the future there arnt going to be so much delays which is the trouble with creator owned projects, and mainly with Johns other commitments with Marvel. Kick Ass one of my all time favourite comics and cant wait for the Hit Girl series

  9. That wasn’t a really anti climatic finish for me and it really didn’t feel like it wrapped up enough of the series for me

    • That wasn’t a really climatic finish for me and it really didn’t feel like it wrapped up enough of the series for me

    • Not climatic? You had the resolution of Hit Girl v. Mother Russia, Kickass v. Red Mist, super team vs. supervillain team, a new status quo for Hit Girl and Kick-ass, father-in-law to Hit Girl change in status quo. Not climatic? It seemed like a perfect end to “volume 2” with enough twists to me.

      The Millarworld ads at the end were pretty compelling too. That’s one hell of an artist lineup there. I’ll be getting the majority of these. How about that cool looking Quitely book?!

  10. I also found it anticlimactic be cause there was no denouement. Sure, he resolved some character conflicts, but then it just sort of stopped. I’m not saying it was bad, it was just abruptly unsatisfying. This series was like jacking off for an hour with no orgasm. Fun, but ultimately sort of unfulfilling.

  11. Quick question, why did the last page say “End of Book Three”? Seems like a glaring typo.

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