The past 10 years has been great for Marvel, but some characters just never needed to be created.
In a new arc, the fresh creative team of Steve Niles and Marcelo Frusin take Kick-Ass beyond superheroing.
A wave of star artists are taking Kick-Ass back to the movies with a series of Grindhouse variants, and CBR has the exclusive first look.
Kick-Ass #6, the climax of Patience's first explosive arc, will have covers by legendary artists Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz and John Romita Jr.
Mark Millar & John Romita, Jr. pass the torch to a new team of Kick-Ass creators as Patience Lee's war continues under Steve Niles & Marceo Frusin.
There's a new Kick-Ass in town, and now you can read Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s first issue for free.
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.
Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s new take on Kick-Ass aims high, but doesn't quite deliver on the promise of its premise.
Millar and Romita introduce a brand new, grown up Kick-Ass -- but how does the concept translate from a horny teenager to an Army veteran and mother of two?
Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. celebrate 10 years of Kick-Ass by inviting Frank Quitely for a variant cover starring Patience Lee.
Mark Millar envisions Kick-Ass as a legacy character who can -- and should -- be rebooted with a new face 'every once in a while.'
The new Kick-Ass series will follow a black female army veteran named Patience Lee, who is also the mother of young children.
Spandex-clad superheroes don't just exist in comics, as is proven by these 15 REAL LIFE superheroes!
Check out some seriously "Empressive" cosplay based on properties co-created by Mark Millar, including "Kick-Ass" and "Jupiter's Legacy."
Joining Mark Millar and John Romita Jr's all-new Kick-Ass is a "Hit-Girl" series by Millar and Rafael Albuquerque.
The writer's creations, from "Kick-Ass" to "American Jesus," get turned over to new creators for a new, annual anthology.