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Kick-Ass The Graphic Novel (Paperback) £5.00 @ Amazon

£5.00 @ Amazon
Read the original comic! If you have just seen the film and like me thought it was great, then pick yourself up on of these. I think at a solid £5 (RRP £9.99) and free delivery it's the cheapest ou…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Read the original comic!

If you have just seen the film and like me thought it was great, then pick yourself up on of these. I think at a solid £5 (RRP £9.99) and free delivery it's the cheapest out there.

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Dave Lizewski is just an ordinary American teenager; he has a MySpace page, loves comic books, and is unable to find a girlfriend. Then an idea hits him: why not become a real life super hero? His life will never be the same again...Soon to be a major motion picture directed by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman, "Kick-Ass" takes comic book realism to a whole new level!

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#1
saw this last week, hilariously juvenile film...all the more so for unexpected language from a 10 year old girl.
#2
Hit Girl <3 "Don't worry I can wait"
#3
Over-rated film but comic sounds better.
#4
Over rated? Film was brilliant. Heat for the graphic novel.
#5
read this a few months ago and it is well worth a fiver.:thumbsup:
#6
bblgoose
saw this last week, hilariously juvenile film...all the more so for unexpected language from a 10 year old girl.


I think it's veeeeeeeeery wrong to get children to use that sort of language, I'm all for it from adults if the scene it's used in is justified, but definitely not from a child!!!!!!!!
#7
to be fair simate it is a 15 film so it's not encouraging children, and the girl off the film describes how she would get grounded if she were to say offensive language around her parents, she even describes the film as that film or kick butt because she thinks ass is an offensive word. What a brilliant film, MAKE SURE YOU WATCH THE FILM BEFORE READING THE COMIC.
#8
was a fantastic movie, can see what all the fuss was about with hit girls swearing and such.. but.. 15 year olds these days have seen worse..
#9
I would rather stick needles in my eyeballs than see that film I think and I've never really been one for graphic novels, or to address them by their more accurate title, comics.

Still, this is probably a good deal if you like that sort of thing.
#10
Spark
I would rather stick needles in my eyeballs than see that film I think and I've never really been one for graphic novels, or to address them by their more accurate title, comics.

Still, this is probably a good deal if you like that sort of thing.


Comic is certainly not an accurate description, it IS a graphic novel.

Sleek
#11
sleek
Comic is certainly not an accurate description, it IS a graphic novel.

Sleek


Let's not lie, really, they're comics.
#12
Spark
Let's not lie, really, they're comics.


There are several standout differences between graphic novels and comic books. Typically, you could observe that the standard comic book is usually thin, with a paper cover, and it continues, begins or concludes a story that has been addressed in other comic books. Both the graphic novel and the comic book tell their story primarily with pictures and some words, but graphic novels tend to cover one story only in its entirety (though there may be sequels). Unlike comic books, any sequels aren’t serials in the graphic novel, but are instead new, complete and entire stories with the basic novel components of beginning, middle and end. Comic books conversely might start a story, begin in the middle of things, or end a story but you can’t read one comic book and get the whole story.

I don't lie.


Sleek
#13
I like how people are prepared to criticise a film without even seeing it doh.


film is excellent. BAZOOKA
#14
Spark
I would rather stick needles in my eyeballs than see that film I think and I've never really been one for graphic novels, or to address them by their more accurate title, comics.

Still, this is probably a good deal if you like that sort of thing.


'Comics' isn't the derogatory term that you think it is.

Besides, I believe the publishers prefer to call these TPBs or Trade Paperbacks.

Kick-Ass is a decent (if a little brisk) read. JRJR's art seems to be off the boil of late, and Millar seems to be more concerned with sensationalism as opposed to crafting a decent tale. It's a hot deal as collecting together the single issues of this series would cost you substantially more.
#15
Heat added, just ordered it now.

Want to see the film but the last few films that excited me were massive disappointments.
#16
Thought the film was quite good, for a fiver this is a worthwhile purchase for big fans of the movie...
#17
sleek
There are several standout differences between graphic novels and comic books. Typically, you could observe that the standard comic book is usually thin, with a paper cover, and it continues, begins or concludes a story that has been addressed in other comic books. Both the graphic novel and the comic book tell their story primarily with pictures and some words, but graphic novels tend to cover one story only in its entirety (though there may be sequels). Unlike comic books, any sequels aren’t serials in the graphic novel, but are instead new, complete and entire stories with the basic novel components of beginning, middle and end. Comic books conversely might start a story, begin in the middle of things, or end a story but you can’t read one comic book and get the whole story.

I don't lie.


Sleek


+1 :thumbsup:
#18
sleek
There are several standout differences between graphic novels and comic books. Typically, you could observe that the standard comic book is usually thin, with a paper cover, and it continues, begins or concludes a story that has been addressed in other comic books. Both the graphic novel and the comic book tell their story primarily with pictures and some words, but graphic novels tend to cover one story only in its entirety (though there may be sequels). Unlike comic books, any sequels aren’t serials in the graphic novel, but are instead new, complete and entire stories with the basic novel components of beginning, middle and end. Comic books conversely might start a story, begin in the middle of things, or end a story but you can’t read one comic book and get the whole story.

I don't lie.


Sleek


:-D

Far more concise than I expected, I'll let you have that one.
#19
Kick Ass USA? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mUB7iDAaEk

Hot! :thumbsup:
#20
I loved the Kick Ass film so much I saw it twice, and I've never been into graphic novels or comics. I really enjoyed it so I might give this one a go.
#21
Just order a copy. Thanks for the heads up.
#22
wow we might beat the world record here for pompous comments from nobodys!
a few more and there will be a subgroup here to rival the lot who always whinge about cheap bike deals .
well done new loser brigade!
[graphic novel/comic/film/theatre/book/novel - its all entertainment. ]
#23
simate
I think it's veeeeeeeeery wrong to get children to use that sort of language, I'm all for it from adults if the scene it's used in is justified, but definitely not from a child!!!!!!!!
It's meant to provoke that sort of reaction, they want to shock you.
#24
Dropping F-and C-bombs and slashing, stabbing and shooting the sheite bad guys to death to the soundtrack from The Banana Splits, and Bad Reputation, gets my vote all day long!
#25
I enjoyed the movie, ordered the GN a few days ago (was this price then too).
#26
A child swearing, comical genius
#27
Ordered this myself after seeing the film twice.
Clever commentary on the YouTube generation.
#28
simate
I think it's veeeeeeeeery wrong to get children to use that sort of language, I'm all for it from adults if the scene it's used in is justified, but definitely not from a child!!!!!!!!


Did people forget the violent murders or are swear words far more offensive? :thinking:

Will there be Kick-Ass costumes 4 Halloween? - Big Daddy! (though it could look like a crap Batman outfit)
#29
gg1pl
Did people forget the violent murders or are swear words far more offensive? :thinking:

Will there be Kick-Ass costumes 4 Halloween? - Big Daddy! (though it could look like a crap Batman outfit)


if u went as big daddy for halloween from the comic you would look nothing like batman. he only looks like that in the film. the only costume thats nearly the same is kick ass' costume (but in the comics he doesn't have the mouth hole)

red mists costume is as crappy as kick ass' in the comic (still had the awesome car tho...)
#30
and it was originally an 8 issue comic so not technically a graphic novel despite now being presented as so (even millar refers to it as a comic and im more inclined to listen to the guy behind the marvel civil war storyline tbh)
#31
heat!!! read either the comic run or this tpb/GN

roll on chapter 2!!!

if you watched the movie and gunna read this prepare for a grusome death for big daddy!!!

one page that made me sit in shock for at leas 5 mins!

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