HIT-GIRL: Kevin Smith To Pen New Series Featuring The Vigilante Going After Hollywood Sexual Predators

It appears as if Hit-Girl has had enough of Hollywood predators because a new story arc from Kevin Smith will take the vigilante to the City of Angels. Find out more details and some preview art here...

Mark Millar has revealed the cover art and first details for Kevin Smith's Hit-Girl: The Golden Rage of Hollywood. The series will feature artwork from Pernille Orum and the cover below was illustrated by Francesco Francavilla. While there are plans in place to bring the character back to the big screen, there's nothing to say that this will actually end up being the basis for that no matter how topical it is.

Apparently, the story will revolve around Hit-Girl waging war on Hollywood predators and it's set to launch in January 2019. Familiar faces from the original series are set to appear and each issue will be a tribute to a different era of American cinema (the title will obviously be set in the present day, though).


"I wrote most of The Golden Rage of Hollywood Hit-Girl arc while recuperating after my health scare, so it was Mindy McCready and her bloody thirst for justice who helped me mend my broken heart," Smith said of writing the upcoming series. "Telling tales with Mark’s toys was an absolute pleasure, but having Pernille bring it all to life makes this a must-read for me! Pernille’s style is like hot cocoa for the eyes and soul, so I’m ecstatic she opted to lend it to our pint-sized, pre-pubescent Punisher!"
 
Netflix recently purchased seventeen Millarworld titles but Kick-Ass, Kingsman, Hit-Girl, and a number of others weren't among them. That's why Millar is now focusing on those and letting other writers take a crack at some of his past creations. What do you guys think of this series? Sound off below. 

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