COMICS: Mark Millar Talks KICK-ASS 3; First Artwork From The Series Revealed
If recent reports are to be believed, the first issue of Kick-Ass 3 will go on sale this May. It follows the first two volumes of the series and a Hit-Girl spin-off which took place between the events of them both. Below is an excerpt from an interview with Mark Millar over at Comic Book Resources in which he discusses bringing the series to an end. We also have what appears to be the first piece of artwork - by Amazing Spider-Man and Captain America artist and co-creator John Romita Jr. - from the book. More can be found by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page!
Teasing the conclusion of his and artist John Romita Jr.'s Kick-Ass saga, writer Mark Millar talks here about bringing the story of Dave Lizewski to "a very logical conclusion". The first piece of artwork from the third volume has also been revealed.
"When I started 'Kick-Ass' I knew what the final page of 'Kick-Ass 3' was going to be. It's a very logical conclusion. Not everybody gets out of this alive, as I'm sure you might expect. If someone puts on a wetsuit, a pair of gloves, some Timberland boots and picks up a pair of sticks, they're not automatically still going to be doing this when they're 40. If you're Dave Lizewski -- you're basically screwed when things get too much. You just have to turn around the wrong corner one night, and you're dead. So any one of these characters can die here, and there are deaths, but I'm saying nothing beyond that. It'll tie everything up, and Kick-Ass 3 will be the big goodbye in print form. This will close the door forever on Dave, Mindy, Chris, Big Daddy, The Colonel and that lovable masked dog that's been trained to bite testicles."
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