Now let’s take a look at some more alert people for the last character(s) of Kick-Ass 2, who only have a short appearance in the film, but are more relevant in the comic book : Enforcer and Long Island Rocketman, both played by unknown stuntmen. The first is a man resembling Caratel, who saw him patrolling the streets with the rest of the justice system forever; the second is a man dressed in silver with a metal jetpack on his back, who was seen on patrol when he was arrested after the rape of the Night Witch and during the last fight. In the comics Enforcer is based on Nightwing and not Punisher, while Rocket-Man is clearly a fake Rocketeer. You can’t see either of them, so they have the same profile, but there’s still something to say about them.
Apparently, many helpless people lived in New York City with a sincere desire to do something good for the community , but none of them ever found a way to express or apply that desire properly. The chance to change his life came with Kick-Ass, a young man in a green mask and overalls who became a real superhero and protected innocent people from local thugs and punks. At first Pinoc Ass seemed like a joke, but he eventually managed to liquidate the largest criminal organization in the city and kill the untouchable leader John Genovese: This noisy victory attracted attention and inspired others who, like him, felt that they too could be heroes. One of them was a young man who was worried about the increase in crime in the metro and in transport in general: He sewed a suit, put on a mask and started patrolling the trains, calling himself an accomplice. Another was a fan of fiction who built a (non-functional) balsa wooden jet backpack, put on a helmet and a heavy leather jacket and called himself the Long Island defender named Rocketman. More and more people joined the wave of superheroes, and soon everyone joined the judicial team for good: Both Enforcer and Long Island Rocket-Man joined the team, their efforts were coordinated by Colonel Star to make everyone’s work more efficient. Then everything went wrong.
The appearance of the superheroes demanded the same of the super villains, and a group of villains and assassins called Toxic Mega Pussy, led by the madman, struck justice for good, killed Colonel Star and staged a massacre throughout the region. After this episode, police focused on all masks and capes, and many of those who appeared in Justice Forever magazine were arrested: Probably Long Island Rocketman was one of them, and after his release we can assume he’s no longer a superhero because he was never seen on the street again. On the other hand, Enforcer escaped arrest and joined the judiciary forever in the final fight against the toxic mega-plugs in Times Square. Enforser fought bravely alongside his teammates, and when the NYPD finally came in and arrested everyone wearing a mask and a suit, no matter which side they fought on, Toxic Mega Pussy was defeated. The executioner evaded arrest again, and disappeared: He remained forever in the service of justice, despite being a lone wolf, and helped them get back on their feet. The Enforcer thought he was still useful when he drew the attention of his teammates Ass-Kicker, Dr. Gravity, Moon Bird and Insect-Man to a video in which a new group of vigilantes, a gang of Skull and Bones, robbed drug dealers, stole Robin Hood-style samples and distributed constructive messages about their work. Unfortunately, the decision to join the gang or not caused another rift in an already weak team, and Kick-Ass and Ass-Kicker started a real battle for the lead, even though it started as an innocent offer. If the bad guys couldn’t destroy the law forever, the good guys would prove they could do it themselves…
Despite the obvious differences, Enforcer and Long Island Rocket-Man have several similarities: They are both young people who believe in justice, who have enough courage and dedication to dedicate themselves to the protection of others, and they are probably a little crazy. None of them have superpowers, and if the performer is at least an experienced melee fighter, we know nothing about Rocket-Man’s abilities (except that he can claim to be able to fly with a clearly fake jet pack). Two young men who have more dreams than they have the means to realize them, Enforcer and Rocket-Man want to be real heroes and help people as much as possible… …in the hope that their strength will be enough to accomplish the tasks that await them.
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