Artist John Romita Jr. continues to walk the fine line between realism and colourful superheroics that the series demands. His work is consistently strong, with an attention to grisly detail during the more violent scenes that suggests that the artist is relishing the opportunity to cut loose with a slightly different flavour of superhero work. Despite this, the strengths gained from his more mainstream work persist: the clear storytelling, the tangibly chunky designs, and the clear and dynamic action are all up to the standard that we've come to expect from one of the industry's most consistent artists.
With only one more issue to go, I'm not holding out much hope that Kick-Ass is going to turn out to be anything more than it originally appeared: a heady mixture of comics geekery, swearing, and pre-pubescent ultra-violence in ridiculous colourful costumes. On all of those fronts, Millar delivers -- but after six issues of similar content, I'm not sure that that's quite enough. Still, as storyboards for teen-oriented Generation-Y superhero movies go, you probably couldn't ask for better.
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