Kick- Ass # 7 Review
Betrayal, Murder, Torture. What more can you ask for?
Y'know, it's been a long run for Kick-Ass. The first issue came out April of LAST Year! With the movie coming out, hype for K.A. has really grown, and why not? Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. have brought us a fresh new take on the "Superhero" genre of comics, and so far they don't disappoint.
Kick-Ass #7 begins right where we left off in issue #6.(Possible Spoiler!). Our hero Dave Lizewski was betrayed by the villainous Red Mist. Along with Anti-Heroes Big Daddy, and Hit Girl, Dave was held captive at gunpoint in an abandoned Warehouse by the drug lord John Genovese, and his goons. The trio is then taken to Genovese's Private building to have the most grim night of their lives. I wont divulge much, except to tell you that a BIG secret is revealed, and the ending will have you begging for more.
Kick-Ass #7 is a must have comic book. The series is great in almost every way, and frankly, if you're a comic book fan and not reading this, you're selling yourself short. The only complaint I have is that I gotta wait until NEXT MONTH to read the last issue. Until then, Keep reading and enjoy.
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