Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Comic Book Review: KISS: The Demon #4
KISS: The Demon #4 brings the limited series to a revealing close. We're given answers to questions readers of both this book and the main KISS title have been asking all along. How did the city of Blackwell begin? Where did the Guardians come from?
Sam Blackwell battles his own demon while taking over the world. Milo and Kimi try to figure out how to save it in KISS: The Demon #4.
I am awed at how brilliantly KISS was tied to a bigger story without being the main focus of it all. They were just one element used to tell a tale. I applaud the bravery of the writers to step outside the box and not just write another superhero book.
KISS: The Demon #4 is rated T+ for Teen Plus. It contains frightening and intense scenes. Aside from a character pulling a gun on someone, there's really no violence or other questionable material.
Amy Chu and Erik Burnham wrote KISS: The Demon #4. Eman Casallos is the artist of the issue. Issue 4 was released on March 19th through Dynamite Entertainment. The book is 32 pages long.
KISS: The Demon #4 is available now in print and digital editions.
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟 and a half stars.
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