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Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years Book One

por Mark Millar, John Romita Jr. (Ilustrador)

Séries: Kick-Ass (Kick-Ass 1 1-8), Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years (Book One)

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Dave Lizewski, a teenage comic book enthusiast, decides to become a superhero despite having no powers or training. Outmatched by New York's hardened criminals, Dave knows that what he's doing is dangerous, maybe even stupid, but with his superhero secret identity gaining fans, he has the itch, and it isn't going away.… (mais)
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I watched the two films one evening and decided to check out the source material. Definitely was not disappointed. Great art, great story, and pretty funny too. ( )
  EdwardL95 | Jan 7, 2020 |
A young boy decides to become a REAL superhero, mostly because he's bored, and thus is Kick-Ass born. He ends up working with a 10-year-old cocaine sniffer with some killer sword moves, her father, Big Daddy, and a pothead (otherwise known as yet another "asshole," more like Kick-Ass himself, rather than someone actually becoming a vigilante) named Red Mist. Clever, funny (Kick-Ass's friends from school coin a new cuss word and Kick-Ass later hears it from the mouths of the gangsters he's, well, killing) and very violent. Highly enjoyable. ( )
  gossamerchild88 | Mar 30, 2018 |
A few years back I saw the movie adaptation of this comic. It was violent and over the top in a grand way. It is true to the source material in this regard. The level and absurdity of violence is comparable, as is the gleefully twisted family dynamic of Hit-Girl and Big Daddy. The plot hit most of the same marks and much of the dialogue is identical.

But there is one staggering difference between the two. Conventionally modern superheroes stories operate as a subset of fantasy and escapism. Their stories typically draw a comfortably clear line between good and evil, with protagonists and villains safely boxed into their place in the narrative. There are exceptions of course, and the Kick-Ass comic is one of them.

The world of Kick-Ass is not really different from our own. It's not particularly terrorized by giant monsters or evil geniuses. Kick-Ass lacks the usual rousing origin story, he's just a bored nerd that's kinda sick of just being kinda normal. So he works himself up buys a costume and starts roaming the streets a few nights a week looking to fight crime. It shouldn't be overlooked that he instigates his first violent confrontation when he antagonizes a few vandals. He's looking for trouble at least as much as they are.

Things follow an electric, but morally...convenient course from there. Kick-Ass' internal dialog yo-yos between conviction that he's absolutely got to stop being Kick-Ass and his utter inability to give up the high and superiority he feels because of it. And it isn't just Kick-Ass. Big Daddy and Hit-Girl, the "real" superheroes in the story, are even more delusional and disfuctional than Kick-Ass.

Ultimately Millar delivers a punchy and thrilling action comic whose bottom line seems to be, these guys you call heroes, they're not. They're addicted to the idea of being superheroes and the superiority they feel over the norms and the law. It's enjoyable, but Millar won't let you forget that his protagonists aren't Superman, hell, they aren't even John McClain. They're the crazy people that just happen to be aiming their crazy at targets just reasonable enough for them to get away with it. ( )
  fundevogel | Sep 20, 2016 |
I loved the idea, normal people trying to make a difference as a superheros. Violent, current and characters that are bad-ass! ( )
  Glaucialm | Feb 18, 2016 |
The best graphic novel I've read. Lots of blood, action, and quirkiness. way better then the movie, I can't wait for the sequel! ( )
  clockwork_serenity | Jan 23, 2016 |
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Dave Lizewski, a teenage comic book enthusiast, decides to become a superhero despite having no powers or training. Outmatched by New York's hardened criminals, Dave knows that what he's doing is dangerous, maybe even stupid, but with his superhero secret identity gaining fans, he has the itch, and it isn't going away.

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