This September, coming from DYNAMIC FORCES, is the statue from the feature film based on Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.’s Kick-Ass, Hit-Girl posing as a School Girl. Constantly on the run, Hit-Girl’s upbringing and social life have been limited to her training and crime fighting and she is a very effective superhero. She has been described as a mix between John Rambo and Polly Pocket. In the film adaptation, Mindy is played by Chloë Moretz, for which this statue is modelled after. Standing 9 ½ inches tall to the tip of her gun and measuring 4.5″ W x 4.5″ D, Hit-Girl has been sculpted and painted in meticulous detail by Joy & Tom Studios. The Hit-Girl School Girl Statue is being offered for an incredibly introductory price of only $279.99 this September, only from Dynamic Forces!

Multi award-winning writer Mark Millar has revamped the X-Men, launched a number one Spider-Man title, brought Captain America into the 21st Century and made Superman a communist. He is also the writer of the US industry’s biggest-selling comic book of the past decade, Marvel’s Civil War, published in 2007. His Wanted comic series was the industry’s biggest-selling creator-owned book of the last ten years until he smashed his own record with Kick-Ass, each issue selling more than Spider-Man and X-Men from issue one with an unprecedented five printings every issue. Both properties were sold as movies before the first issue hit the stands and everything Millar has ever created is in various stages of theatrical development. Outside comics, Millar has been praised by Marvel Studios and screenwriter Zak Penn for creating the template for their 2008-2012 movies with his Ultimates monthly series. He and artist Bryan Hitch cast Samuel L Jackson as the leader of this super-team and their influence extends into every Marvel movie on their upcoming slate.

John Romita Jr. is the son of John Romita, Sr., the co-creator of several notable Spider-Man stories in the 1960s and 1970s. He began his career at Marvel UK, doing sketches for covers of reprints: his debut was with a six pages story in Amazing Spider-Man Annual #4. Romita’s early popularity was based on his run on Iron Man with writer David Michelinie and artist Bob Layton, began in 1976. In the early-1980s, he had his first regular run on the Amazing Spider-Man series. Working with writer Roger Stern, he co-created the character Hobgoblin. From 1983 to 1986 he had a run on Uncanny X-Men with author Chris Claremont which brought him immense popularity, as the X-Men had become a huge industry phenomenon by that time.

For updated information on Dynamic Forces please visit the Dynamic Forces website at www.dynamicforces.com.

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