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However, he did manage to strip him off his clothes to save his secret identity before being taken to the hospital. He totally hides the actual cause of his injury to his father and spends the next few months in recovery. As soon as he got well he starts patrolling again, he saved a person from a few chasers and dubbed as "Kick-Ass" when a bystander uploads the scene to YouTube, turning him into an overnight superstar. Dave's getting beat spreads the rumor of him being a gay prostitute in the school and his long time crush Katie accepts him as her "Gay Best Friend". Even though he never wanted to appear as a queer to her, he plays along without disclosing the truth about him. Next up, when he went on another patrol and got into trouble he is saved by vigilante duo Hit-Girl and Big Daddy.
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Kick-Ass Box Set
Conceived by renowned writer Mark Miller (Civil War, Wolverine – Old Man Logan) and penciled by artist extraordinaire John Romita Jr. (Black Panther – Who Is Black Panther, Daredevil – The Man Without Fear), Kick-Ass is an eight issue limited series from Marvel Comics published in 2008 as part of a creator-owned comic book project from their Icon imprint. The series is about an everyday boy Dave Lizewski who wants to be a super-hero and the misadventures that follows him. A film adaptation of the story of the book titled Kick-Ass is released in 2008, directed by Matthew Vaughn and then the sequel Kick-Ass 2 was also came out in 2013. The series gained quite a popularity that the creator duo went on to release two sequels; Kick-Ass 2 (2010) and Kick-Ass 3 (2013) as well as a spin-off series Hit-Girl (2012) based on a prominent character from the original series.
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