History ComicBook / KickAss

12th Jan '16 8:36:03 PM Anddrix
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** The comic gets a lot of mileage out of this trope. It shows all the violence of a normal superhero comic, and takes it as lightly as most super-hero comics, but actually showing more graphic results.

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** The comic gets a lot of mileage out of this trope. It shows all the violence of a normal superhero comic, trope, showing just how violent and takes it as lightly as most super-hero comics, but psychotic a person would have to be to actually showing more graphic results.pull it off as a superhero.



** The Motherfucker's line before [[spoiler:Gangraping Katie]]
-->'''The Motherfucker: [[spoiler: You're done banging superheroes baby, it's time to see what evil dick tastes like.]]



* {{Callback}}: At one point, Kick-Ass's high-school friends [[SeinfeldianConversation decide to invent a new curse]], and come up with 'tunk' to refer to a cock and balls; specifically, they intend it to be the male equivalent of 'cunt'. They resolve to drop it into as many conversations as they can. In the last issue of Volume One, [[spoiler:John Genovese is shot in the crotch, and exclaims "He just shot me in the fucking tunk!"]].

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* {{Callback}}: At one point, Kick-Ass's high-school Dave's friends [[SeinfeldianConversation decide to invent a new curse]], and come up with 'tunk' to refer to a cock and balls; specifically, they intend it to be the male equivalent of 'cunt'. They resolve to drop it into as many conversations as they can. In the last issue of Volume One, [[spoiler:John Genovese is shot in the crotch, and exclaims "He just shot me in the fucking tunk!"]].



* CruelMercy: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Kick-Ass heard of him in the ending is when he was brought to court to testify, finding out that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight.]]

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* CruelMercy: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Kick-Ass Dave heard of him in the ending is when he was brought to court to testify, finding out that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight.]]weight when he was brought to court to testify]].



* DecompressedComic: Sometimes is, sometimes isn't. Some issues goes by in days, some have ''months'' go by (especially when Kick-Ass is in the hospital).
* DeconReconSwitch: {{Deconstruction}} for the first few issues, of the BadassNormal trope (or at least, the idea that just anybody could do it), by showing just what would happen if a kid were to dress up in a silly costume and go around looking for crime to fight. Then it picks it up again by having Kick-Ass help bring down a crime syndicate and officially do something special with his life. The next two volumes follow [[Film/KickAss the movie's lead]] in its treatment of superheroes. The superhero fad Kick-Ass inspires eventually morphs into a subculture of altruistic social work and neighborhood watches. A few of the heroes are competent and well-trained, and the rest gain experience fighting thugs and watching each other's backs, and superheroes as a whole become more competent and better fighters than a mafia funded private army. In the end, the superheroes garner tremendous public support, and are acknowledged without irony as superheroes but face antagonism and harassment from the corrupt police-force.
* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:After months of pretending to be her gay best friend, Kick-Ass [[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove finally bares his soul]] to Katie Deuxma. [[WrongGenreSavvy Expecting her to reciprocate his feelings]], Katie instead gets her boyfriend Carl to beat the crap out of him and later sends him a pornographic picture of herself with said boyfriend, [[ADateWithRosiePalms which Kick-Ass later uses.]]]]

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* DecompressedComic: Sometimes is, sometimes isn't. Some issues goes by in days, some have ''months'' go by (especially when Kick-Ass Dave is in the hospital).
* DeconReconSwitch: {{Deconstruction}} for the The first few issues, issues deconstruct the notion of the BadassNormal trope (or at least, the idea that just anybody could do it), BadassNormal, by showing just what would happen if a kid were to dress up in a silly costume and go around looking for crime to fight. Then it picks it up again by having Kick-Ass Dave help bring down a crime syndicate and officially do something special with his life. The next two volumes follow [[Film/KickAss the movie's lead]] in its treatment of superheroes. The superhero fad Kick-Ass Dave inspires eventually morphs into a subculture of altruistic social work and neighborhood watches. A few of the heroes are competent and well-trained, and the rest gain experience fighting thugs and watching each other's backs, and superheroes as a whole become more competent and better fighters than a mafia funded private army. In the end, the superheroes garner tremendous public support, and are acknowledged without irony as superheroes but face antagonism and harassment from the corrupt police-force.
police, who ''do'' have the authority and capability to take them down.
* {{Deconstruction}}: The comic shows us what it would be like if a teenager without super powers ever became a superhero (like Spider-Man). The main character gets beaten to within an inch of his life in every encounter, and said life becomes even ''worse'' after he dons the mask; his only super power is that he has a metal plate in his head.
* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:After months of pretending to be her gay best friend, Kick-Ass Dave [[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove finally bares his soul]] to Katie Deuxma. [[WrongGenreSavvy Expecting her to reciprocate his feelings]], Katie instead gets her boyfriend Carl to beat the crap out of him and later sends him a pornographic picture of herself with said boyfriend, [[ADateWithRosiePalms which Kick-Ass Dave later uses.]]]]



** What Red Mist does to destroy Kick-Ass in Volume Two. [[spoiler:Unmasks him, murders Katie's parents and rapes her, kills his dad, and bombs his funeral.]]

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** What Red Mist does to destroy Kick-Ass Dave in Volume Two. [[spoiler:Unmasks him, murders Katie's parents and rapes her, kills his dad, and bombs his funeral.]]



** By the end of Volume One, becoming a super-hero has arguably made Kick-Ass' life ''worse''. On top of anything else, he's now got an arch nemesis who wants him dead.
** In Volume Two, [[spoiler:Kick-Ass' dad is murdered in Issue 5 and his funeral is bombed. Worse still, Mindy is in jail and Vic Gigante earns a high post at the NYPD]].
* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Hit-Girl out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Kick-Ass to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Hit-Girl's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Kick-Ass is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Hit-Girl goes on a worldwide vigilante recruitment, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while.]]

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** By the end of Volume One, becoming a super-hero Kick-Ass has arguably made Kick-Ass' Dave's life ''worse''. On top of anything else, that, he's now got an arch nemesis who wants him dead.
** In Volume Two, [[spoiler:Kick-Ass' [[spoiler:Dave's dad is murdered in Issue 5 and his funeral is bombed. Worse still, Mindy is in jail and Vic Gigante earns a high post at the NYPD]].
* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Hit-Girl Mindy out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Kick-Ass Dave to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Hit-Girl's Mindy's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Kick-Ass Dave is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Hit-Girl Mindy goes on a worldwide vigilante recruitment, hunt, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while.]]while]].



* EvilCounterpart: Red-Mist is this to Kick-Ass. While Kick-Ass was inspired by the heroes in the comics, Chris was inspired by the villains (even quoting TheJoker before setting up his AvengingTheVillain story-line in Volume Two).

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* EvilCounterpart: Red-Mist is this to Kick-Ass. While Kick-Ass was inspired by the heroes in the comics, Chris was inspired by the villains (even quoting TheJoker The Joker before setting up his AvengingTheVillain story-line in Volume Two).



* ForcedMeme: Kick-Ass and his friends try to bring the word "tunk", conceived of as the SpearCounterpart of [[CountryMatters cunt]], into the mainstream as a new curse word. [[spoiler:They succeed.]]

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* ForcedMeme: Kick-Ass Dave and his friends try to bring the word "tunk", conceived of as the SpearCounterpart of [[CountryMatters cunt]], into the mainstream as a new curse word. [[spoiler:They succeed.]]



* GayBestFriend: [[AlphaBitch Stuck up]] Katie will only associate with Kick-Ass's high school alter-ego because she thinks his nerdy, unpopular Dave is gay (a fact that Dave has shamelessly [[ExpoitedTrope exploited]] in order to be allowed to hang out with the woman he crushes on). When she finds out, she has her boyfriend savagely beat him and then sends him sexually explicit photos to torment him with the fact that she'd never be romantically involved with him.
* GenreDeconstruction: In regards to superheroes in their teens. If you're not trained or otherwise prepared for fighting crime, then you get your ass kicked if you're lucky.

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* GayBestFriend: [[AlphaBitch Stuck up]] Katie will only associate with Kick-Ass's high school alter-ego Dave because she thinks his nerdy, unpopular Dave is gay (a fact that Dave has shamelessly [[ExpoitedTrope exploited]] in order to be allowed to hang out with the woman he crushes on). When she finds out, she has her boyfriend savagely beat him and then sends him sexually explicit photos to torment him with the fact that she'd never be romantically involved with him.
* GenreDeconstruction: In regards to superheroes in their teens. If you're not trained or otherwise prepared for fighting crime, then you get your ass kicked if you're lucky. If you ''are'' trained for fighting crime then you're a ChildSoldier who likely has a mess of mind issues.


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%% * HollywoodNerd: Dave Lizewski and his pals who hang out at the comic book store.
5th Jan '16 6:52:34 PM DrImpossible
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* InstantHumiliationJustAddYouTube: Kick-Ass's first attempt to fight crime ends in a CurbstompBattle in the criminals' favor. His brutal defeat is filmed by a bystander on his cell phone and the subsequent upload of this video on Youtube becomes the inspiration for multiple others to join his cause.

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* InstantHumiliationJustAddYouTube: Kick-Ass's Subverted when Kick-Ass' first attempt to fight crime ends in a CurbstompBattle in the criminals' favor. His brutal defeat is filmed by a bystander on his cell phone and the subsequent upload of this video on Youtube Youtube, specifically because he keeps trying to get back up to fight, becomes the inspiration ''inspiration'' for multiple others to join his cause.
5th Jan '16 6:31:15 PM DrImpossible
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%% * HollywoodNerd: Dave Lizewski and his pals who hang out at the comic book store.
5th Jan '16 6:30:25 PM DrImpossible
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* {{Callback}}: At one point, Dave's friends [[SeinfeldianConversation decide to invent a new curse]], and come up with 'tunk' to refer to a cock and balls; specifically, they intend it to be the male equivalent of 'cunt'. They resolve to drop it into as many conversations as they can. In the last issue of Volume One, [[spoiler:John Genovese is shot in the crotch, and exclaims "He just shot me in the fucking tunk!"]].

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* {{Callback}}: At one point, Dave's Kick-Ass's high-school friends [[SeinfeldianConversation decide to invent a new curse]], and come up with 'tunk' to refer to a cock and balls; specifically, they intend it to be the male equivalent of 'cunt'. They resolve to drop it into as many conversations as they can. In the last issue of Volume One, [[spoiler:John Genovese is shot in the crotch, and exclaims "He just shot me in the fucking tunk!"]].



* ColdBloodedTorture: Dave is tortured through testicular electrocution, with his balls hooked up to a car battery, mainly for [[JerkAss Red Mist's]] pleasure, because he knew Dave knew nothing.

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* ColdBloodedTorture: Dave Kick-Ass is tortured through testicular electrocution, with his balls hooked up to a car battery, mainly for [[JerkAss Red Mist's]] pleasure, because he knew Dave Kick-Ass knew nothing.



* CruelMercy: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Dave heard of him in the ending is that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight when he was brought to court to testify]].

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* CruelMercy: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Dave Kick-Ass heard of him in the ending is when he was brought to court to testify, finding out that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight when he was brought to court to testify]].weight.]]



* DecompressedComic: Sometimes is, sometimes isn't. Some issues goes by in days, some have ''months'' go by (especially when Dave is in the hospital).
* DeconReconSwitch: The first few issues deconstruct the notion of the BadassNormal, by showing just what would happen if a kid were to dress up in a silly costume and go around looking for crime to fight. Then it picks it up again by having Dave help bring down a crime syndicate and officially do something special with his life. The next two volumes follow [[Film/KickAss the movie's lead]] in its treatment of superheroes. The superhero fad Dave inspires eventually morphs into a subculture of altruistic social work and neighborhood watches. A few of the heroes are competent and well-trained, and the rest gain experience fighting thugs and watching each other's backs, and superheroes as a whole become more competent and better fighters than a mafia funded private army. In the end, the superheroes garner tremendous public support, and are acknowledged without irony as superheroes but face antagonism and harassment from the police, who ''do'' have the authority and capability to take them down.
* {{Deconstruction}}: The comic shows us what it would be like if a teenager without super powers ever became a superhero (like Spider-Man). The main character gets beaten to within an inch of his life in every encounter, and said life becomes even ''worse'' after he dons the mask; his only super power is that he has a metal plate in his head.
* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:After months of pretending to be her gay best friend, Dave [[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove finally bares his soul]] to Katie Deuxma. [[WrongGenreSavvy Expecting her to reciprocate his feelings]], Katie instead gets her boyfriend Carl to beat the crap out of him and later sends him a pornographic picture of herself with said boyfriend, [[ADateWithRosiePalms which Dave later uses.]]]]

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* DecompressedComic: Sometimes is, sometimes isn't. Some issues goes by in days, some have ''months'' go by (especially when Dave Kick-Ass is in the hospital).
* DeconReconSwitch: The {{Deconstruction}} for the first few issues deconstruct the notion issues, of the BadassNormal, BadassNormal trope (or at least, the idea that just anybody could do it), by showing just what would happen if a kid were to dress up in a silly costume and go around looking for crime to fight. Then it picks it up again by having Dave Kick-Ass help bring down a crime syndicate and officially do something special with his life. The next two volumes follow [[Film/KickAss the movie's lead]] in its treatment of superheroes. The superhero fad Dave Kick-Ass inspires eventually morphs into a subculture of altruistic social work and neighborhood watches. A few of the heroes are competent and well-trained, and the rest gain experience fighting thugs and watching each other's backs, and superheroes as a whole become more competent and better fighters than a mafia funded private army. In the end, the superheroes garner tremendous public support, and are acknowledged without irony as superheroes but face antagonism and harassment from the police, who ''do'' have the authority and capability to take them down.
* {{Deconstruction}}: The comic shows us what it would be like if a teenager without super powers ever became a superhero (like Spider-Man). The main character gets beaten to within an inch of his life in every encounter, and said life becomes even ''worse'' after he dons the mask; his only super power is that he has a metal plate in his head.
corrupt police-force.
* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler:After months of pretending to be her gay best friend, Dave Kick-Ass [[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove finally bares his soul]] to Katie Deuxma. [[WrongGenreSavvy Expecting her to reciprocate his feelings]], Katie instead gets her boyfriend Carl to beat the crap out of him and later sends him a pornographic picture of herself with said boyfriend, [[ADateWithRosiePalms which Dave Kick-Ass later uses.]]]]



** What Red Mist does to destroy Dave in Volume Two. [[spoiler:Unmasks him, murders Katie's parents and rapes her, kills his dad, and bombs his funeral.]]

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** What Red Mist does to destroy Dave Kick-Ass in Volume Two. [[spoiler:Unmasks him, murders Katie's parents and rapes her, kills his dad, and bombs his funeral.]]



* DownerBeginning: The comic starts off like this (though it's [[HowWeGotHere In Media Res]]), with Kick-Ass getting his testes electrocuted.

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* DownerBeginning: The comic starts off like this (though it's [[HowWeGotHere In Media Res]]), an introduction to a flashback that explains HowWeGotHere), with Kick-Ass getting his testes electrocuted.



** By the end of Volume One, becoming Kick-Ass has arguably made Dave's life ''worse''. On top of that, he's now got an arch nemesis who wants him dead.
** In Volume Two, [[spoiler:Dave's dad is murdered in Issue 5 and his funeral is bombed. Worse still, Mindy is in jail and Vic Gigante earns a high post at the NYPD]].
* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Mindy out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Dave to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Mindy's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Dave is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Mindy goes on a worldwide vigilante hunt, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while]].

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** By the end of Volume One, becoming Kick-Ass a super-hero has arguably made Dave's Kick-Ass' life ''worse''. On top of that, anything else, he's now got an arch nemesis who wants him dead.
** In Volume Two, [[spoiler:Dave's [[spoiler:Kick-Ass' dad is murdered in Issue 5 and his funeral is bombed. Worse still, Mindy is in jail and Vic Gigante earns a high post at the NYPD]].
* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Mindy Hit-Girl out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Dave Kick-Ass to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Mindy's Hit-Girl's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Dave Kick-Ass is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Mindy Hit-Girl goes on a worldwide vigilante hunt, recruitment, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while]].while.]]



** In the following issue, [[spoiler:[[CorruptCop Vic Gigante]] tells Red Mist that his gang aren't getting any special treatment anymore, and that the Police force & the various mafia families are gunning for them now]].
* EvilCounterpart: Red-Mist is this to Kick-Ass. While Dave was inspired by the heroes in the comics, Chris was inspired by the villains (even quoting TheJoker before setting up his AvengingTheVillain story-line in Volume Two).

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** In the following issue, [[spoiler:[[CorruptCop Vic Gigante]] tells Red Mist that his gang aren't getting any special treatment anymore, and that the Police force police-force & the various mafia families are gunning for them now]].
* EvilCounterpart: Red-Mist is this to Kick-Ass. While Dave Kick-Ass was inspired by the heroes in the comics, Chris was inspired by the villains (even quoting TheJoker before setting up his AvengingTheVillain story-line in Volume Two).



* ForcedMeme: Dave and his friends try to bring the word "tunk", conceived of as the SpearCounterpart of [[CountryMatters cunt]], into the mainstream as a new curse word. [[spoiler:They succeed.]]

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* ForcedMeme: Dave Kick-Ass and his friends try to bring the word "tunk", conceived of as the SpearCounterpart of [[CountryMatters cunt]], into the mainstream as a new curse word. [[spoiler:They succeed.]]



* GayBestFriend: [[AlphaBitch Stuck up]] Katie will only associate with Dave because she thinks nerdy, unpopular Dave is gay (a fact that Dave has shamelessly [[ExpoitedTrope exploited]] in order to be allowed to hang out with the woman he crushes on). When she finds out, she has her boyfriend savagely beat him and then sends him sexually explicit photos to torment him with the fact that she'd never be romantically involved with him.
* GenreDeconstruction: In regards to superheroes in their teens. If you're not trained or otherwise prepared for fighting crime, then you get your ass kicked if you're lucky. If you ''are'' trained for fighting crime then you're a ChildSoldier who likely has a mess of mind issues.

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* GayBestFriend: [[AlphaBitch Stuck up]] Katie will only associate with Dave Kick-Ass's high school alter-ego because she thinks his nerdy, unpopular Dave is gay (a fact that Dave has shamelessly [[ExpoitedTrope exploited]] in order to be allowed to hang out with the woman he crushes on). When she finds out, she has her boyfriend savagely beat him and then sends him sexually explicit photos to torment him with the fact that she'd never be romantically involved with him.
* GenreDeconstruction: In regards to superheroes in their teens. If you're not trained or otherwise prepared for fighting crime, then you get your ass kicked if you're lucky. If you ''are'' trained for fighting crime then you're a ChildSoldier who likely has a mess of mind issues.



* HereWeGoAgain: [[spoiler:One "post-credits scene" at the very end of Volume 3 shows Hit-Girl inviting another bullied kid, just like Dave was at the beginning of the trilogy, to become the new Kick-Ass]].
* HesBack: [[spoiler:Hit-Girl, having spent the first four issues of volume 2 trying to be normal, steals a cop's gun & guns down Red Mist's [[{{Mook}} Mooks]] after they set-off a bomb & kidnap Dave at his father's funeral]].
* HeroDoesPublicService: In ''Volume Two'', many of the heroes that Dave encounters do what essentially amounts to community service. One superheroine, for instance, devotes her efforts to making sure that young women in her area get home safely at night.

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* HereWeGoAgain: [[spoiler:One "post-credits scene" at the very end of Volume 3 shows Hit-Girl inviting another bullied kid, just like Dave Kick-Ass was at the beginning of the trilogy, to become the new ''new'' Kick-Ass]].
* HesBack: [[spoiler:Hit-Girl, having spent the first four issues of volume 2 trying to be normal, steals a cop's gun & guns down Red Mist's [[{{Mook}} Mooks]] after they set-off a bomb & kidnap Dave Kick-Ass at his father's funeral]].
* HeroDoesPublicService: In ''Volume Two'', many of the heroes that Dave Kick-Ass encounters do what essentially amounts to community service. One superheroine, for instance, devotes her efforts to making sure that young women in her area get home safely at night.
5th Jan '16 5:49:14 PM DrImpossible
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** The comic gets a lot of mileage out of this trope, showing just just how violent and psychotic a person would have to be to actually pull it off as a superhero.
** The scene where [[spoiler:Big Daddy shoots Hit Girl and explains that it won't hurt.]]

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** The comic gets a lot of mileage out of this trope, showing just just how violent trope. It shows all the violence of a normal superhero comic, and psychotic a person would have to be to takes it as lightly as most super-hero comics, but actually pull it off as a superhero.
** The scene where [[spoiler:Big Daddy shoots Hit Girl and explains that it won't hurt.]]
showing more graphic results.



** The Motherfucker's line before [[spoiler:Gangraping Katie]]
-->'''The Motherfucker: [[spoiler: You're done banging superheroes baby, it's time to see what evil dick tastes like.]]
5th Jan '16 5:42:48 PM DrImpossible
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** In Volume Two, Red Mist changed his name to the Mother Fucker, and named his gang The Toxic Mega-cunts.

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** In Volume Two, Red Mist changed his name to the Mother Fucker, and named his gang The Toxic Mega-cunts.Mega-Cunts.
25th Dec '15 6:03:04 PM nombretomado
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-->'''Hit-Girl''': "Oh, kiss my ass. What is this, the SilverAge? I'm afraid we forgot our magic fucking hypno-ring that turns bad guys into good guys."

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-->'''Hit-Girl''': "Oh, kiss my ass. What is this, the SilverAge? UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}? I'm afraid we forgot our magic fucking hypno-ring that turns bad guys into good guys."
11th Dec '15 4:20:01 PM Anddrix
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* CruelMercy[=/=]HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Dave heard of him in the ending is that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight when he was brought to court to testify.]]

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* CruelMercy[=/=]HumiliationConga: CruelMercy: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Dave heard of him in the ending is that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight when he was brought to court to testify.]]testify]].



* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Mindy out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Dave to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Mindy's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Dave is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Mindy goes on a worldwide vigilante hunt, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while.]]

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Mindy out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Dave to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Mindy's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Dave is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Mindy goes on a worldwide vigilante hunt, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while.]]while]].



* HereWeGoAgain: [[spoiler:One "post-credits scene" at the very end of Volume 3 shows Hit-Girl inviting another bullied kid, just like Dave was at the beginning of the trilogy, to become the new Kick-Ass.]]

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* HereWeGoAgain: [[spoiler:One "post-credits scene" at the very end of Volume 3 shows Hit-Girl inviting another bullied kid, just like Dave was at the beginning of the trilogy, to become the new Kick-Ass.]]Kick-Ass]].
9th Dec '15 8:25:29 AM zero5889
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* CruelMercy[=/=]HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:Vic Gigante, the big DirtyCop of the series, is the only major villain to survive the trilogy, but not before Mindy brutally maims him with a GroinAttack which also cripples him waist-down, intending to let him live and force him to become a StoolPigeon to his fellow {{Corrupt Cop}}s. The last time Dave heard of him in the ending is that the whole experience caused him to lose quite a lot of weight when he was brought to court to testify.]]



** In Volume Two, [[spoiler:Dave's dad is murdered in Issue 5 and his funeral is bombed.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards:

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** In Volume Two, [[spoiler:Dave's dad is murdered in Issue 5 and his funeral is bombed. Worse still, Mindy is in jail and Vic Gigante earns a high post at the NYPD]].
* EarnYourHappyEnding: Volume 3 ends the trilogy on a far better note compared to the first two volumes. [[spoiler:Chris dies somewhat redeemed after refusing to go through executing Mindy out of remorse for traumatizing his mother with his crimes, allowing her and Dave to kill off much of the Mob and the corrupt cops, while Vic is brutally maimed and intimidated into turning up state evidence. Mindy's stepfather Marcus was cleared of wrongdoing and is allowed to return to the force, where he immediately leads a purge of its corrupt elements as well as crackdowns on the severely demoralized Mob. While the two have since cut off all contact, Dave is now happier with Valerie and has given up superheroics for good in favor of becoming a cop, while Mindy goes on a worldwide vigilante hunt, though she still sends flowers to her mother once in a while.
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: EvenEvilHasStandards:


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* HereWeGoAgain: [[spoiler:One "post-credits scene" at the very end of Volume 3 shows Hit-Girl inviting another bullied kid, just like Dave was at the beginning of the trilogy, to become the new Kick-Ass.]]
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Writen by Creator/MarkMillar and penciled by John Romita Jr., and published by Marvel.

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Writen Written by Creator/MarkMillar and penciled by John Romita Jr., and published by Marvel.
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