Peter Milligan and Alison Sampson send Millarworld's pint-sized vigilante Hit-Girl to India, and CBR has an exclusive preview.
From the John Byrne story that inspired Hit-Girl #1 to the heartbreak of school shootings, Kevin Smith opens up on his run with the killer tween.
In the appropriately titled “The Silent Era,” Kevin Smith and Pernille Ørum launch Hit-Girl's odyssey to Hollywood without saying a word (mostly).
Before she sets her sights on Hollywood, Hit-Girl is ready for a race through Rome on the heels of an epic heist.
Jeff Lemire talks to CBR about taking on Hit-Girl, teaming with Eduardo Risso and bringing Mindy McCready to the Great White North.
Jeff Lemire and Eduardo Risso send Hit-Girl to Canada in this exclusive preview of the pint-size vigilante's fifth issue.
Hit-Girl's war on drugs in South America has the character taking a bloody page right out of Suicide Squad leader Amanda Waller's playbook.
Image Comics co-founder Rob Liefeld chips in to Mark Millar and company's ongoing series with a bloody new cover for issue #6.
A new slate of variant artists include Canada's Karl Kerschl and Colombia's Juan Pablo Corredor Martinez, as Hit-Girl goes global.
Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s ass-kicking characters are on a collision course with each other in this exclusive preview.
Mark Millar discusses the preteen assassin's global quest, with all-star talent like Kevin Smith, Jeff Lemire and Rafael Albuquerque in tow.
Co-creator John Romita Jr. is back to provide a cover for the latest series starring he and Mark Millar's foul-mouthed assassin, Hit-Girl.
The teen vigilante Hit-Girl returns in a new ongoing series with co-creator Mark Millar writing the first arc, followed by Kevin Smith for the second arc.