Comic Book Review: KISS #7


I don't really know what more I can say to get people hyped to read Dynamite's KISS comic series. We're seven issues in now and every time we move forward, the stakes get higher and higher. Now that we know the truth of where the city of Blackwell really is, KISS #7 feels as if it's kicking off a new story-arc which will take us into a mysterious and perilous second act of an epic tale. It's a musical sci-fi odyssey with rock gods KISS holding the keys to mankind's survival.


The residents of Blackwell face the music as they navigate a new and uncertain world. With the Elders no longer in power, a new generation takes charge. But they quickly discover that the universe is a big place as they attempt to find their way back to Earth in KISS #7.


KISS #7 is rated T+ for Teen Plus. It contains frightening and intense scenes and some mild violence. There's really nothing offensive or graphic to be found in the issue at all.


Amy Chu penned KISS #7. Kewber Baal provided the art for the issue. Issue 7 was released on April 26th through Dynamite Entertainment. The book is 32 pages long.

KISS #7 is available now in print and digital editions.

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟 and a half stars.