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The Best Kick Ass Comic of 2021

  Updated on 16 October, 2021

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Bestseller No. 1
Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years Book One (Kick-Ass, 1)
  • Millar, Mark (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 216 Pages - 02/20/2018 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 2
Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years Book Four
  • Millar, Mark (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 232 Pages - 02/20/2018 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 3
Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years Book Three (Kick-Ass, 3)
  • Millar, Mark (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 184 Pages - 02/20/2018 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 4
Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years Book Two
  • Millar, Mark (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 136 Pages - 02/20/2018 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 5
Kick-Ass: The New Girl Volume 3
  • Niles, Steve (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 152 Pages - 12/03/2019 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)

Buyer's Guide: Kick Ass Comic

Have You Seen a Kick Ass Comic Book?

Kick Ass Comic is one of the more unique comic books ever written. It's also one of the most popular, too. There are several reasons for this. The writer is Bill Finger, who is probably most well known for penning comics that have become popular over the years with iconic characters such as Spider-Man, X-Men and Batman. However, he managed to set his comic right in an era when the art form was still fairly new.

Why? Well, in a nutshell he had writer's block. It happened to him often and he didn't have the time to get it fixed. That's why his comic wasn't very good. He didn't know where to start or how to make it better. He just wrote what he felt and that's why his story is so good.

As you read his first story, you'll realize that he was a real roughneck before he became a crimefighting hero. One of his earliest encounters is one involving a group of muggers. One tries to shoot Steve and another tries to rob him. In the end, they both get beaten up. It's one of the very first times we see Steve Austin, although he doesn't realize it at the time.

Another one of the first supporting characters is Bucky Barnes, also known as "Buck," who has a tough time dealing with super villains. One of their first encounters is when they're both captured by the villain The Leader. Barnes has some trouble keeping him in a cell and when The Leader does figure out how to get him out, he's determined to escape. Bucky manages to escape and fights The Leader and ends up beating him. It's one of the most memorable and heartbreaking moments in the history of the comic.

After the capture of the evil Leader, Steve Austin becomes the main suspect in the case against The Leader. He goes into a final showdown with him where he's confronted by his old nemesis. You can tell that the writer just has fun trying to make this one entertaining, because they've inserted so many iconic elements into the comics. It's like seeing the movie on the big screen.

There have been many guest stars come and go since the days of the Friendly Neighborhood Watch. One of the more recent additions is actress Susan Sarandon. I actually didn't know she was going to come back for this comic, but I'm glad she did. She brings a lot of credibility and an acting style that fits the part. Her character is a bit different than the ones before - and that adds a nice change of pace.

The story is well-written and captivating. It's easy to keep re-reading just because it's so fast-paced. The fighting is explosive and there are plenty of funny moments. It might even make you like the character of Kick Ass. It's just one of those comics that's not just worth reading, but you'll enjoy every page.

There are three Kick Ass Comic book series released so far. The latest, Kick Ass Christmas Special, is available now. This one includes a Christmas bonus. I'd recommend picking up a couple of the others if you like this comic. I know I do.

The newest one is Kick Ass 2: The Legend of Blind Black Guy. The movie version is done by none other than Mike Myers. I was surprised with how good this movie is. I especially liked the storyline, which takes place in New York and deals with the perils of blind people.

There are some other Kick Ass Comic book series out there as well. In fact, one of my all time favorites is Kick Ass Twenty One. I'm not going to lie to you - I loved this one. The art and writing is great. It has a little humor to it, but it's not too crazy. It's just right for kids, yet adult readers can enjoy it too.

There are probably a few comic stores out there that have Kick Ass books for sale. If you haven't picked them up, I suggest you go check some out. They're fun to read and great to hang around with.