Kick-Ass - (Movie Cover): Creating the Comic, Making the Movie (Paperback)
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Kick-Ass - (Movie Cover): Creating the Comic, Making the Movie (Paperback)

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Paperback 192 Pages / Published: 18/03/2010
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The greatest super hero story of all time is finally here! Acclaimed writer Mark Millar ("Wanted") and award-winning artist John Romita Jr. ("Amazing Spider-Man") unite for one of 21st century's most outrageous and acclaimed series! Dave Lizewski is just an ordinary American teenager. He has a MySpace page, he loves comic books, and he is unable to find a girlfriend. Then an idea hits him: why not become a real life super hero? Soon, his life will never be the same again. Soon to be a major motion picture directed by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman, "Kick-Ass" starts where other super hero stories draw the line, taking comic book realism to a whole new level! Warning: This title is for adults only!

Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781848565357
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 258 x 170 x 9 mm

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“Master peice!”

I had a look at this book at a freinds house and to his disapointment just couldn't stop reading it! Everyone can relate to David (an average school kid who becomes Kick Ass) and I still wish I was a super hero!... More

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“Definitely a Thumbs Up!”

This is a pleasing tale that explores the concept of why people don’t put on masks and become super heroes. A high school kid does just that and has to deal with the consequences as well as coping with school,... More

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Lance

“A genre-changing work of genius!”

I'd read the first issue of this whilst hanging about in Forbidden Planet a while ago, but have just finished this collection of all eight issues of the original run (there will no doubt be more).
It's... More

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