The Marvel Comics Character Kick-Ass
In the comics universe, there are many fictional super heroes, and Kick-Ass is no exception. The series follows a teenage outcast who moonlights as a superhero. The story follows Kick-Ass’s adventures as he meets Big Daddy, his daughter Hit Girl, and the mysterious Red Mist. Kick-Ass is written and illustrated by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. and published by Marvel Comics. It was serialized in CLiNT, a comic book magazine.
The first video in the series shows Kick-Ass attempting to traverse the skyline of New York City. The video features a sequence of kick-ass attacks on a corrupt cop, but kick-ass is able to successfully break the batons with chair legs and a chainsaw. A few scenes show Kick-Ass taking down criminals with a chainsaw and a handgun stolen from Chris Genovese.
The term kick ass has a variety of definitions, but it most often refers to an impressive or powerful action. In the world of martial arts, kick ass can refer to a fighter or an entire martial art. The adjective kick ass means ‘to punch, forcefully, or excellently’. The definition of kick ass is not necessarily limited to a person. It can apply to animals, plants, or even inanimate objects.
The second movie, Justice League: The Dark Knight Rises, is the sequel to the original comic book. In the third volume, Dave relinquishes his title as Kick-Ass and becomes a police officer. However, he never loses his love for comic books. In this volume, Kick-Ass also encounters Doctor Gravity and Insect-Man. Aside from the comic book version of the character, his costume is still relatively unchanged from the comic book. In fact, the costumes of the other characters, Big Daddy and Hit-Girl are much different from the comic book counterparts.