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PostSubject: Kick-Ass Comic Book Review   Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:47 pm

Name: Kick-Ass
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
Creators: Mark Millar & John Romita Jr.
Price: $19.99
Overviewed by: Paul Dale Roberts, Paranormal Investigator and Part-Time Critic
Comments: Dave Lizewski wants to be a superhero. He doesn't want to fantasize about it, he really wants to do it. Don't laugh, there are many people that have become real life superheroes. Here is an example:

Dave Lizewski becomes the superhero called Kick-Ass. I know Kick-Ass has been around for a while, but I am still amazed at this comic book novel. I am amazed on how this book grabs the reader's attention, no wonder Hollywood picked up on this story. The first scene is a clencher, it draws you into the story immediately.

Here is that bait in the story. You see a superhero guy on top of the roof of a building. The superhero guy jumps off the roof and plummets to his death. The guy was an Armenian with mental health issues and was a big fan of Kick-Ass.

Kick-Ass during this incident was being tortured and had electrodes attached to his testicles. Kick-Ass thinks on how he started as a superhero. As a superhero, Kick-Ass has come close to death several times. He thinks on how in the past, he would look at comic book message boards and wondered why no one became superheroes. Kick-Ass after wearing the mask and uniform for the first time, gets his ass kicked by some Puerto Rican graffiti artists. During this altercation, Kick-Ass gets a knife to his abdomen. One of Kick-Ass fights goes viral on the Internet and Kick-Ass becomes a celebrity overnight phenom. When Kick-Ass teams up with Hit Girl, Kick-Ass finds himself taking vigilantism to the next level. Hit Girl with her Samurai sword does not play around with the bad guys, she does not hesitate to cause death and mayhem.

Deanna's Reading Picks.
Fortean Times FT 327 June 2015 $11.99; Neo #135 $8.99; MYM #37 $8.99; Gobekli Tepe - Genesis of the Gods - Andrew Collins $24.00; In the Company of Sages - Greg Bogart $19.95; How to See & Read the Aura - Ted Williams $9.99; Lemuria & Atlantis - Shirley Andrews $15.95; Lightworker - Sahvanna Arienta $15.99; 365 Ways to Raise your Frequency - Melissa Alvarez $16.95; Chakra Clearing - Doreen Virtue $17.95; Incense, Oils & Brews - Scott Cunningham $16.95; The Nine Eyes of Light - Padman - Aon Prakasha $24.95; A Spell a Day - Cassandra Eason $14.95; The Goetia - Samuel Liddell & MacGregor Mathers $21.95;Practical Candle Burning - Raymond Bucklnd $12.95; The Secret Teaches of All Ages - Manly P. Hall $24.95; Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs - Scott Cunningham $16.95; True Tales of Ghostly Encounters - Andrew Honigman $14.95; Weird California - Greg Bishop $14.95; Ranger Rick Jr. June/July 2015 $4.99; Slave Species of the Gods - Michael Tellinger $25.00.

Paul Dale Roberts, HPI Esoteric Detective
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