Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Comic Book Review: KISS: The Demon #3

Paranoia and mistrust are taking over the pages of KISS: The Demon #3. And those two elements always lead to a grand time in the pages of a comic book. Amy Chu and Erik Burnham's thrilling tale is slowly coming to its boiling point and pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together. It's fascinating how the main KISS title is starting to overlap with KISS: The Demon.

Sam Blackwell has grand visions for his company and his hometown. Already the city and the company look nothing like what his grandfather founded. Sam is a hero. But as he expands his empire, Kimi and Milo discover some unsettling secrets about Sam's master plan, and fear for the worst in KISS: The Demon #3.

KISS: The Demon #3 is rated T+ for Teen Plus. It contains violence and frightening and intense scenes. I can't really see where it merits receiving such a rating with no gore, adult situations, or profanity to be found.

Amy Chu and Erik Burnham wrote KISS: The Demon #3. Eman Casallos is the artist of the issue. It was released on March 29th through Dynamite Entertainment. The book is 32 pages long.

KISS: The Demon #3 is available now in print and digital editions.

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