The penultimate Kick-Ass character is a minor, Angie D’Amico, wife of gangster Frank D’Amico, played by Yancy Butler. In the film she doesn’t like her husband’s work, but only because she believes she needs family time. Butler plays a role in Kick-Ass 2, where the death of her husband shocked her so much that she became an alcoholic. She is constantly arguing with her son Chris, who accidentally kills her when he breaks her deckchair, locks her up and burns her alive. In comics, the story and character of Angie are very, very different, and there is a rather hidden power in that story: Well, let’s see.
Angela, whose maiden name is unknown, was a good woman who fell in love with a very bad man: She met a young, charismatic and charming John Genovese who was destined to become the most powerful Mafia boss in New York, and she fell so much in love with him that she eventually married him. At that moment she already knew exactly what her husband was up to, but she turned a blind eye, stayed out of her business and focused on her only son Chris. Unfortunately couldn’t keep him out of her father’s business, so she had no choice but to watch Chris from a distance when he started actively helping her father against a bunch of crazy people dressed up as superheroes. It didn’t go well, and eventually John was stabbed with a hatchet. Chris was brutally knocked aside and equally traumatized by the events. Angie took him to the beach house, but it only got worse: Chris would get drunk every night and walk around the house dressed as Red Mist, cheat on the gun and talk about his plans for the future… that Angie found disturbing, to say the least. Chris has argued that he wants to become a super criminal to take care of all the new superheroes, and even more disturbing is that he wants to kill his uncle Ralphie to claim his father’s empire. Angie couldn’t stop Chris, but at least she trusted someone she trusted: Detective Gigante, one of her late husband’s thugs, promised to help Chris with anything he needed. Unfortunately, he helped him to become a bastard and organize the massacre. Too many people died at the hands of her son, and when he was finally demolished and mutilated in a hospital bed, Angie suddenly became the most hated woman in America.
Every time Angie left the house, she was insulted, spat at or even physically attacked by someone, all because her son was a homicidal psychopath. She decided to move to another country where no one would recognize her, but she knew she would have to deal with all the unfinished business first: She had to kill her own son so he’d never hurt anyone again. After all, he was his responsibility. Angie decided
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