Comic Book Review: KISS #9


I grow to love the monthly KISS comic more and more with every issue. You think it can't get any cooler and zanier, and then writer Amy Chu pulls another trick out of her sleeve for issue #9. I'm quickly beginning to think I'm reading the comic book equivalent of one of those awesome sci-fi rock operas from the 1970s. Obviously, the storyline and quality is better, though. However, KISS #9 is just as off the wall.


It's Kaiju vs. the KISS Army in a metal death match orchestrated by the mysterious ship the Obayashi. Will the last of humankind destroy themselves? Can the language of music save everyone in KISS #9?


KISS #9 is rated "T+" for Teen Plus. I really don't understand the rating for the book. I've seen harsher content in the "T" rated books from DC Comics. The issue contains violence and frightening and intense sequences. A few of the characters embrace and kiss, but there's nothing besides that.


Amy Chu wrote KISS #9. Kewber Baal provided art for the issue. It was released on June 28th through Dynamite Comics. The book is 32 pages long.

KISS #9 is available now in print and digital editions.

Issue #9 Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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