Kick-Ass 2 has released two trailers so far and now the posters are starting to show up on the Internet. Take the jump to see posters of Hit-Girl, Kick-Ass, and The Motherf******.
Two weeks ago we saw the Red Band trailer for the sequel Kick-Ass 2, but this latest trailer is more light-hearted and a just a bit less violent than that one. Take the jump to see Colonel Stars and Stripes and Hit Girl do what they do.
We at Major Spoilers try to keep you up-to-date with the latest news in pop culture, but there are times when a perfect storm of everything else in our lives make it so we can’t update as much as we want, leading to missed stories. That was the case for the Kick-Ass 2 trailer that released last week, but now you can view and comment to your hearts content after the jump. Some NOT SAFE FOR WORK language is involved. You’ve been warned.
This is it! The Hit Girl mini-series finally comes to its bloody conclusion! Violence! Profanity! Needless exclamation marks! Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Universal has released a high-res image of Jim Carrey in his Colonel Stars and Stripes get-up from the upcoming movie adaptation of Kick-Ass 2 by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.
From the feature film based on Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.’s Kick-Ass, Hit-Girl is a lethal martial artist and weapons expert; she has been trained to fight crime practically since her childhood. In the film adaptation, Mindy is played by Chloë Moretz, for which this statue is modeled after. Standing 9 ½ inches tall to the tip of her gun and measuring 4.5″ W x 4.5″ D, Hit-Girl has been sculpted and painted in meticulous detail by Joy & Tom Studios. The Hit-Girl School Girl Statue is being offered for an incredibly introductory price of only $279.99 this September, only from Dynamic Forces!!! Dynamic Forces has offered many other sold-out statues to great acclaim such as the Army of Darkness Statue – Inspired by J. Scott Campbell and the Red Sonja statue, by Michael Turner!
Or – “She Looks Really Weird On That Cover, Doesn’t She?”
I’ve been a fan of John Romita Jr. since his run on Spider-Man decades ago, and have appreciated Mark Millar’s work since the early 90′s. When they work together, though, I find my opinion of their work to be all over the place. Can Hit-Girl get past the novelty value of a foul-mouthed 12 year old murderess? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Kick Ass 2 #3 that kicks off the promise the series will continue a regular print schedule until the series is complete.
This past weekend, the 29th annual Heroes Convention was held in Charlotte, North Carolina. I was lucky enough to attend, and boy am I tired of hoofing it. When I was not jibber jabbering to comic creators, and getting off the elevator on the wrong floor. I DID snap some pictures, so take the jump Spoilerites to see what you missed!
Mark Millar’s CLiNT Magazine is available on stands now, and includes the first part of Kick-Ass 2.
CLiNT issue #1 also sees two of the UK’s most outspoken TV personalities present their comic debuts! Jonathan Ross mixes vampires, aliens and gangsters in slick period thriller Turf, illustrated by acclaimed American artist Tommy Lee Edwards, while Frankie Boyle introduces “The Renaissance Man of Madness” in supervillain strip Rex Royd.
Not to be confused with famed Martian general Marvin, whose computers are so complex and naughty… Traditionally, this month has signaled the beginning of the season of military campaigns, and also the time when college basketball generals lead their troops unto the field of battle. For me, working in small-market TV for as long as I did, it’s a month which signals mighty pains in the butt, which explains why this is technically the FEBRUARY edition of RFR. We apologize for the inconvenience… Better to just press on.
You’re going to have to be over 18, or at least know how to type in a birthday that makes you appear to be over 18, to see the latest Kick-Ass movie trailer.