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Chloe Moretz: 'Hit Girl: Issue 2' Out Now!

Chloe Moretz: 'Hit Girl: Issue 2' Out Now!

Chloe Moretz‘s breakout role in Kick-Ass is living on through a comic book series. The new Aéropostale celebrity brand ambassador’s character is featured in the second issue of “Hit-Girl” in stores now!

Here’s the synopsis: Crashing through plate glass unscathed? Child’s play. Jumping over moving cars? Whatevs. When Hit-Girl is your mentor, you’d better keep up. Kick-Ass is taking lessons in Advanced Bad Assery from Mindy McCready, and in return, he’s teaching her to survive middle school. The question is, can she dispatch the Mean Girls without severing any arteries? Meanwhile, Red Mist gets serious about making his mark in the world of super crime.

There are currently talks that Chloe will return to the role in a sequel to Kick-Ass. We can’t wait to find out!

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  • Effy

    She’s adorable, but I don’t get the hype around this girl.

  • Yo Momma

    The hype is the skills, friend.

    She is immensely talented and has killed every freaking role she’s done… not to mention she has done some utterly amazing characters… Hit Girls is one the most unique characters in the past 2 or 3 decades of American film… she KILLED IT….literally. Also, Abby, Isabelle, Little Anne, Luli and even Carolyn… are you kidding me? You don’t get the hype? Are you blind and deaf? How could not connect with one of these amazing characters…. I mean even if some of these films outright sucked, like Texas Killing, that Burton film, and Hick, she was still a diamond in the rough. Her performances across the board were all AMAZING. How about Let Me In? That film couldn’t even compare to the original had two child actors not done such an amazing god. Their performances MADE that film.