Kickass is Worth the Trip

Whether you’re just looking for some new comics or you’re a comic fan, you’ll find Kickass is worthy of your time. The first two issues of the comic are fantastic, and the storyline, music score and character growth are all solid.

Character growth

Fortunately for us, Kick Ass 2 made the trek to our screens and if it’s not the biggest budget in town then it’s certainly the closest. The sequel is a far cry from the first, and although it’s not going to change your life it will certainly keep your kids entertained for hours on end. The cast is a who’s who, and they all do their jobs well. This is a definite no brainer if you’re looking for something to do over the weekend. The main question is whether it’s worth the trip. The sequel isn’t cheap, and the price of admission should be weighed against the price of admission to be paid.

The sequel also has a few more than a few minor quibbles. The main culprit is a plethora of characters, and the film’s lukewarm attention to detail. The film’s marquee performance comes from a handful of supporting players, most notably the two main protagonists – the swoon worthy Hit-Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz), and the aforementioned Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey). The film’s sex department is a little haphazard, and you’ll find yourself asking yourself what you were doing with your tee time all the while.


‘Kick-Ass’ is a black comic fantasy about a teenager who dreams of becoming a superhero. It’s based on the comic book by Mark Millar. This film is directed by Jeff Wadlow. It features Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the hero.

‘Kick-Ass’ starts out with Dave Lizewski (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a normal teenager in New York. He’s a comic book fan, but is ignored by girls. He’s a shy kid who wants to be a hero. He gets a wet suit and starts training to jump from buildings. He’s also in an accident that leaves him with nerve damage.

‘Kick-Ass’ takes its characters to the dark side of super-heroics. Kick-Ass joins a group of would-be superheroes, who try to live up to the myth of super-heroes. This leads to a major showdown in a secret hideout.

Music score

Upon seeing the film, I was not surprised to find the soundtrack was no slouch. The album consists of 39 tracks and has good audio quality. It is not a factory-pressed release. It also comes with inserts. The film’s most notable musical contributions come from a slew of musicians from across the globe. The biggest names include the estimable Max Steiner, Ilan Esh and Raphael Beau. The soundtrack is one of the most extensive to date. It was released in the UK on 17 May 2010, and is scheduled to hit the US by the end of the year.

The best part of the album is that it is not too expensive to own. The music is worth the price of admission. Besides the obligatory soundtrack, the album also includes an assortment of bonus tracks.

First two issues of the comic are really good

Despite its many flaws, Kickass is really good in the first two issues. It’s one of Marvel’s best creator-owned series and a good place for readers who want to try stepping outside the mainstream superhero universe.

Kickass is the story of Dave Lizewski, a comic book nerd who moonlights as a superhero. In his first fight, he’s beaten up by two hoods. He is also badly injured, sustaining inflamed soft tissue and highly visible injuries.

Kick-Ass’ new costume is green and yellow spandex. He is now known as KICK-ASS, and he is ready to save the world from the evil that’s corrupting its communities.

Kick-Ass is also a great introduction to fans of Mark Millar’s creator-owned work. He writes some of the best stories of all time, such as Fantastic Four, Old Man Logan and the MPH series.

Age-restricted red-band trailer

Almost three years after the release of the first “Kick-Ass,” the filmmakers are finally releasing a red-band trailer for the movie. This one features a little bit of everything. It’s got pop music, bone-crunching fight scenes, and some R-rated language.

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