The new Kick-Ass gets an old friend's help slicing and dicing as John Romita Jr. delivers his own Grindhouse twist on the new era.
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.