Hilarity, Heartbreak, and Hitman (Part 1 of 2)

Originally published on The Solute

A year ago, I talked about the paradoxes that drive The Boys author Garth Ennis’s work, and there’s no better example than Hitman. This is a story about the deadly and inescapable consequences of violence that also has its hero mow down the population of a small country in ever more improbably hilarious ways. (Ennis has said his first run on…