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The Resource Kick-Ass, 2, writer & co-creator, Mark Millar ; penciler & co-creator, John Romita, Jr. ; inker, Tom Palmer ; colorist, Dean White with Michael Kelleher (issues #1-5 & #7) ; colorist, Dan Brown (issue #6) ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos with Clayton Cowles ; editor, Aubrey Sitterson with John Barber and Cory Levine

Kick-Ass, 2, writer & co-creator, Mark Millar ; penciler & co-creator, John Romita, Jr. ; inker, Tom Palmer ; colorist, Dean White with Michael Kelleher (issues #1-5 & #7) ; colorist, Dan Brown (issue #6) ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos with Clayton Cowles ; editor, Aubrey Sitterson with John Barber and Cory Levine

Label
Kick-Ass, 2
Title
Kick-Ass
Title number
2
Statement of responsibility
writer & co-creator, Mark Millar ; penciler & co-creator, John Romita, Jr. ; inker, Tom Palmer ; colorist, Dean White with Michael Kelleher (issues #1-5 & #7) ; colorist, Dan Brown (issue #6) ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos with Clayton Cowles ; editor, Aubrey Sitterson with John Barber and Cory Levine
Title variation
Kick-Ass two
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Dave Lizewski, a teenage comic book enthusiast, decides to become a superhero known as Kick-Ass. His former ally, Red Mist, decides to become a super villain. Now Red Mist and Kick-Ass must square off
Member of
Summary
David Lizewski has taken a horrifying and exhilarating plunge. Armed with minimal combat training and a pair of batons, he donned a mask and set out to become a real super hero, Kick-Ass. And he succeeded. Wildly. Kick-Ass and 'tween black belt Hit-Girl took on the Mafia - and won. The idea went viral. Suddenly, it became fashionable to put on a costume. Everyone wanted to be a super hero. The next logical step for Kick-Ass? Join a super-hero team. But Kick-Ass' former ally, Red Mist, thinks heroes are passe. Red Mist will be the world's most notorious super villain. When he targets Kick-Ass' family, can Kick-Ass stop Red Mist and his team of villains? And when the conflict becomes a massive-scale riot in Times Square, can Kick-Ass survive being a hero?
Storyline
Pace
Tone
Writing style
Illustration
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
10119593
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
741.5973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Intended audience
"Mature content"--Dustjacket
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
comics graphic novels
http://library.link/vocab/resourcePreferred
True
Series statement
Kick-Ass
Series volume
0003
Target audience
adult
Label
Kick-Ass, 2, writer & co-creator, Mark Millar ; penciler & co-creator, John Romita, Jr. ; inker, Tom Palmer ; colorist, Dean White with Michael Kelleher (issues #1-5 & #7) ; colorist, Dan Brown (issue #6) ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos with Clayton Cowles ; editor, Aubrey Sitterson with John Barber and Cory Levine
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Contains material originally published in magazine form as Kick-ass 2 #1-7
Control code
19763123
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
1 v. (unpaged)
Isbn
9780785152460
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn7ocm06025636
  • .b25262397
  • (OCoLC)706025636
Label
Kick-Ass, 2, writer & co-creator, Mark Millar ; penciler & co-creator, John Romita, Jr. ; inker, Tom Palmer ; colorist, Dean White with Michael Kelleher (issues #1-5 & #7) ; colorist, Dan Brown (issue #6) ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos with Clayton Cowles ; editor, Aubrey Sitterson with John Barber and Cory Levine
Publication
Note
Contains material originally published in magazine form as Kick-ass 2 #1-7
Control code
19763123
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
1 v. (unpaged)
Isbn
9780785152460
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn7ocm06025636
  • .b25262397
  • (OCoLC)706025636

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