Today sees the publication of Rorschach #3, the unauthorised sequel to Watchmen by Tom King and Jorge Fornes. But this week's issue looks at the story of
With the success of the Kick-Ass films and shows like The Boys and Cobra Kai, the time is right to bring the franchise to television.
Image Comics has a big launch for Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's Crossover #1 in November 2020 solicitations, as well as the resolicitation for the delayed
Why do more people not talk about this Stan Lee cameo, one that baffles most of the internet? There has to be a reason it happened.
Image Comics/Millarworld have been publishing a number of Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl series on late, based on Mark Millar and John Romita 's Marvel comic book,
If Watchmen can be a success on film and now as a TV series on HBO, why not revisit some other franchises like "Kingsmen" "Kick-Ass" and "Scott Pilgrim"?
"The Kingsmen" prequel reunites "Kick-Ass" director Matthew Vaughn and star Aaron Taylor-Johnson joining an already loaded all-star cast.
Now that NetflixÂ has bought Millarworld (save for Hit-Girl, Kick-Ass, and Kingsman), they have also bought the exclusiveÂ writing services of Mark Millar
Scottish Netflix comic book mogul Mark Millar has revealed the next superstar creative team that will take over Kick-Ass: writerÂ Steve Niles and
This time on Bleeding Cool Chatter: Comics Talk, we discuss the newly rebooted Kick-Ass and how it measures up to the original.
A new Kick-Ass arises. Her name is Patience. She is a veteran, and she needs to feed her family. All of these come together for her putting on the green and yellow suit. Is it a good read?
Mark Millar has announced his second brand-new ongoing series with Image Comics, and it is Hit-Girl, keeping the world of Kick-Ass under Image.
Last week, movie pitchman, carnival barker, and sometime comic book creator Mark Millar teased some big news about Kick-Ass and Hit Girl to be unveiled
Mark Millar posted a tweet teasing the possibility of another Kick-Ass movie or, perhaps, a Hit-Girl spin-off.
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said