Hit Girl #2 review
Hit Girl #2 by Mark Millar with art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz and colors by Sunny Gho
Hit girl #2 is great when it focuses on Hit girl and Mano but sadly half of this issue focuses on Manos little brother Ricardo and when it does the comic becomes a bore. The art is over the top and cartoony and while I do personally like it, it’s not for everyone and it really don’t fit the tone of the Kick Ass universe at all.
This issue revolves around Hit Girl and Mano going on a killing spree taking out all of Manos rivals and this part of the story is fun,exciting, action packed and moves at a good pace. There are many scenes of Mano trying out some of Hit Girls toys which was fun to see and Mark Millar even finds time to throw love to Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, and Tom King.
The story does fall flat when it focuses on Manos little brother Ricardo, he brings nothing to this issue at all and his scenes bring the action to a halt which makes the issue feel disjointed and almost like two different comics altogether.
Hit Girl #2 gets a C