KISS #6 throws us into the stress-inducing aftermath of the startling revelation we were given last issue. Let me just say that writer Amy Chu persists in heightening the stakes and keeping our blood pressure levels elevating. I absolutely love the way she intertwines the band's lyrics with the storyline, as if KISS were prophesying the unfolding events decades before they happened through their songs. Kewber Baal's artwork is still tantalizing and keeps the reader energetically flipping pages up to the very end.
Blackwell's big secret is out in KISS #6. The twins discover what it means to be heroes. But are they too late to save the world they know?
KISS #6 is rated T+ for Teen Plus. It contains profanity and frightening and intense scenes. A couple uses of bad language could've been avoided. A couple characters kiss, but it's just minor PDA. There's really nothing here that I would consider more extreme than what you would see in a PG-13 movie.
Amy Chu wrote KISS #6. Kewber Baal illustrates the issue. It was released on March 22nd through Dynamite Comics. The book is 32 pages long.
KISS #6 is available now in print and digital editions.